Our Mission: Eat everywhere in Worcester.
WorcesterFoodies is an independent group of wandering consumers of tasty foods. All from different backgrounds, we have the love of food in common. Coming together once a month at a Worcester area restaurant, WorcesterFoodies is determined to eat everything the city has to offer and suggest, to you, what we like the best! Learn more »
The Worcester Sushi Roll from Takara in Worcester was surprisingly large with both salmon and tuna drizzled with a light spicy sauce…delicious.
Hibachi can be tricky, trying to prepare everyone’s meal to be completed at the same time can be challenging but our chef timed the meal’s delivery fine.
In the case of teppanyaki at Takara on Millbury Street in Worcester, MA—the Teriyaki Julian was cooked well and the Chef was entertaining.
The lobster from Takara was a flavorful & generous portion exceeding my past experiences of teppanyaki. When you take risks, it can yield delicious results.
The food from Takara was good, but our eating tastes have evolved to more complex and interesting menu selections than what teppanyaki can provide.
My tenderloin from Takara in Worcester was cooked to perfection and the flavorful vegetables and rice on the side made this dish very good.
The portion of Calamari from Takara in Worcester, MA was very hefty—you could very easily bring half of your meal home at the end of the night.
Despite a slight delay in the orders, Takara on Millbury Street really delievered on the promise of great teppanyaki—the steak and vegetables were great.
I was particularly excited about the Foodie night at Takara because I had been to the small hibachi restaurant before and had really enjoyed the experience.
This was my first time trying Takara in worcester; and, enjoying teppanyaki, was excited to try the teppanyaki swordfish.
The hibachi tuna from Takara was cooked to perfection, both tender and juicy. The seasoning was minimal, just enough to bring out the natural tuna flavor.
At Takara on Millbury Street, my swordfish was cooked in front of us with all the fun you usually get in a Hibachi type restaurant.
All in all, the evening at Niche Hospitality Group’s The Test Kitchen in Worcester, MA was one of my absolute favorite and “unique” experiences to date.
The Test Kitchen provided a wonderful evening filled with friends, cocktails, food, and the royalty of Worcester chefs…what more could a Foodie ask for!
Any foodie would delight in getting a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how the chefs at Niche work their magic here at the Test Kitchen in Worcester.
With a focus on local sourced food, and a passion that exudes confidence, the Test Kitchen dishes some of the best food that Worcester has to offer.
Worcester Foodies had the honor of being the first group to break the seal at the Niche Test Kitchen, and I must say, it was nothing short of amazing.
I highly recommend holding your next gathering at the Niche Test Kitchen; the atmosphere, food, and drinks will create a night of excitement and happiness.
I enjoyed the Test Kitchen immensely; if you have an opportunity like this, you will not regret attending a uniquely delicious experience such as this.
Test kitchens are the ideal places for a true food lover, the chefs get to be creative and take risks—here in Worcester, the Chef’s risks have paid off.
Worcester’s Test Kitchen offered a glimpse into what each Niche restaurants have to offer—and I cannot wait until I am able to give them all a try!
I can’t say enough about my experience at Worcester’s Test Kitchen, words don’t do it justice, you’ll just have to go experience this marvel for yourself!
It’s a great chance for the patrons to interact with the chefs and ask them questions and give feedback, and they honestly want your honest feedback.
Immediately, I got the impression the Chefs of the Test Kitchen were enjoying themselves as much as we were enjoy eating the creations at the Test Kitchen.
Chioda’s is a family run restaurant that offers a great value, outstanding flavorful food and a wonderful staff that makes everyone feel comfortable – features that Worcester restaurant one everyone should visit and experience for themselves!
Chioda’s Trattoria is truly a hidden gem in Worcester and their menu, including the sautéed mussels, offers great portions of great authentic Italian meals.
Veal Neapolitan from Chioda’s Trattoria includes veal cutlets, Portobello mushrooms, eggplant, roasted red peppers and topped off with mozzarella cheese.
Normally I can see a menu and pick something I want instantly, Chioda’s Trattoria on Franklin Street was different; everything sounded so irresistible.
Chioda’s Trattoria on Franklin Street in Worcester offers great food and value at an off the beaten path location, and is definitely worth a visit.
Chioda’s Trattoria offers everything you could want from your classic Italian restaurant; personalized service, friendly wait staff, fabulous food, huge portions and a great value.
Chioda Trattoria’s Porchetta was delicious—it came with a side of green beans, smashed potatoes and I added a side salad with house golden Italian dressing.
The cumulative heat of Chioda’s Trattoria’s Penne alla Vodka was fairly strong, but not overpowering offering a counterpoint to the creamy vodka marinara.
The seared duck breast at the Urban on Shrewsbury Street was Flavorful but not gamey, the meat paired well with the earthy sweet potato and wild mushrooms.
The Chicken and Dumplings from The Urban on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester was an exquisitely prepared dish in the style of a good French trained chef.