October 08, 2004

casa romero

mmmmm... Nuggets took us to this place for 'bar's birthday dinner: good job, Nuggie! I only got there to eat scraps off everyone's plate and have a drink before dessert, but damn, those were some good scraps. A steak like buttah with a plate-lickable chipotle tomato sauce, good guacamole & chips, and a ceviche that is the closest thing I've had to the veracruz seafood cocktail from the Maxwell St. mexican market in Chicago (which, btw, is a total mouthgasm and worth airfare to chicago). YUM! Tucked away in a basement in an alley off Gloucester Street in Back Bay, in a tiny warren of rooms packed with tiles and dark wood. Fabulous front door. It's what the old Casa Mexico in Harvard Square always wanted to be, but couldn't because the decor was lame and the food was lamer.

Posted by foodnerd at October 8, 2004 12:36 AM

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Posted by: hgh at March 3, 2005 05:26 PM

Yes, Casa Romero is excellent, though I prefer Taqueria Mexico in nearby Waltham. It's a lot less expensive, and the food is just as good. And I do miss Casa Mexico a lot! I used to go there all the time.

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