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Boston chef dishes on best kept secrets around town

FTG-BostonChefPerfectSteak-CreditXVBeacon.jpgMooo Restaurant. Photo credit: XV Beacon
Do you know where to find the best steak in Boston, or what neighborhood is preparing to open the next celeb-chef restaurant? Ever wanted to know how to choose the best item on the item or how to keep your leftovers fresh for a few days?

In an interview for Forbes Travel Guide, I sat down with David Hutton, executive chef at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommend Mooo, is located inside of the Four-Star XV Beacon hotel. Considered to be one of the top steak restaurants in Boston, I figured he could tell me a thing or two about what's cooking in his kitchen, and his picks for the (other) best restaurants in Boston.

Here's a sneak peek at what Hutton had to say:

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Do you think Boston is a “foodie” city?

If a foodie is someone who knows about wines and fine foods, and searches to be blown away by a dining experience, then there are plenty of options in Boston. I think the amount of quality restaurants that seem to be doing well shows that. Plus, Daniel Boulud is coming to town!

What new dining and restaurant trends do you see on the horizon for Boston?

I think the new restaurant Ostra is onto something with world-class seafood from all over the world. It’s great to see a place like that on the scene. Boston won’t be just known for scrod and chowder in the future.

Read my entire interview on Forbes Travel Guide.

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