Cambridge: Meadhall

Let's Eat by Kitty Kaufman

Meadhall's website still isn't up in November. They must be busy brewing. Well then, okay. Now it's a year later and the "site is coming soon."

Quiet dinner for two? Er, no. It's big, it's noisy, it's filled with TVs, and if you're on a diet, you're in big trouble. Boston.menupages.com defines the food as new American. Perhaps.

We had a private party upstairs. It's quieter. The staff is accommodating. Snacks: frites, pork rinds, olives, pickled vegetables. Small plates: mesclun salad (this is so over), hummus plate, cheese plate, which was pretty interesting, more frites, chicken wings, pork sliders, bratwurst and oysters.

For entrees we tried the burger. There's also salmon, cod, meatloaf, steak frites, pork shoulder.

Our bartender said they have over 100 beers and we think that's a good reason to go. We can't see the beer/wine list. Soon.

See it on TripAdvisor

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