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The Best Cast Iron Swordfish

The International has Best Cast Iron Swordfish

I walked into The Fireplace Room expecting to be hungry afterward based on the elegance and menu prices. I was WRONG!

-Alex Cholakis , November 2015

Cast Iron Swordfish From The Fireplace Room at The International

Cast Iron Swordfish From The Fireplace Room at The International

The Fireplace Room at The International in Bolton is a hidden gem that combines fantastic food and great service with a lovely atmosphere.

-Dana Lane , November 2015

Swordfish Hibachi from Takara

Swordfish Hibachi from Takara on Millbury Street in Worcester, MA

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.

-Robyn Lane , May 2015

Swordfish Steak Picasso

Swordfish Steak Picasso from O'Connor's on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

O’Connor’s Swordfish Steak Picasso was pan seared with a “Picatta-Style” sauce of capers, tomato, and fresh herbs, served over linguini.

-Lynn Beauregard , September 2014

Swordfish & Salmon

Swordfish and Salmon

This evening Worcester Foodies met at Joey’s Bar & Grill at 344 Chandler Street (where’s Ross?!). This restaurant is slightly hard to find, as it sits in a lot back from Chandler Street – keep your eyes open for the sign, not the building. On the inside, Joey’s is upscale pub dining. The furnishings are […]

-BJ Hill , August 2013


Swordfish from Joey's Bar and Restaurant on Chandler Street in Worcester, MA

Driving along Chandler Street, Joey’s Bar and Grill is a place that if you did not know was there one may sadly miss this tucked away gem. However, every time I go it is always busy. I was introduced to Joey’s a while back by a friend and from the first time I went, I loved […]

-Lynn Beauregard , August 2013

Swordfish and Salmon from Joey’s

Swordfish and Salmon from Joey’s Bar and Grill on Chandler Street in Worcester, MA

Joey’s Bar and Grill is situated on Chandler Street in Worcester. Tucked back into the corner of a strip mall it is a little unassuming. Once you enter, you notice a large bar that takes up the center of the space surrounded by small intimate and casual dining areas. Low lighting sets the mood for this […]

-Robyn Lane , August 2013

Shrewsbury St. Swordfish

Shrewsbury Street Swordfish from Flying Rhino on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, Massachusetts

The Flying Rhino is an eclectic restaurant with a nice variety of options. They offer many selections that are healthy choices to go along with a great mix of more standard fare, most prepared with a little twist. I started with the Chicken Lettuce Wraps, which comes with a decent sized portion of skillet fried ground […]

-Dana Lane , April 2013

Grilled Swordfish

Grilled Swordfish from Le Mirage on June Street in Worcester, MA

Le Mirage is a place that I have been interested in trying. The small corner restaurant that happens to be a BYOB (I love a BYOB restaurant, certain I have said that before) was decorated invitingly and had a very welcoming atmosphere; someone even opened and greeted me at the door when I first arrived. The […]

-Lynn Beauregard , March 2013

Grilled Swordfish

Grilled Swordfish

Upon entering Lago Ristorante, we were greeted by a striking woman with gorgeous hair. She was friendly and spirited. Looking through the menu, I was happy to see so many fish options as I tend to order fish when I eat out. I am always a fan of soup du jour so I was sure […]

-Lynn Beauregard , June 2012

Swordfish Hibachi Dinner

Swordfish Hibachi Dinner

I chose to go with the Hibachi dinner here at Hirosaki Prime and I was not disappointed (although it was a tough choice because the rest of the menu looked outstanding).  The chefs were pretty talented with their tricks and enthusiastic too. The soup and salad you get with the hibachi dinner were both awesome – […]

-WorcesterFoodies , December 2011

Swordfish Hibachi

Swordfish Hibachi

Having always thought of Sakura Tokyo as a treat growing up, I’ve been hesitant in accepting other Japanese teppanyaki style restaurants as possible replacements. What intrigued me the most about Hirosaki Prime on Grafton Street was it’s a combination hibachi and “steak lounge.” The environment isn’t what you’d expect having just parked at a small […]

-Luke M. Vaillancourt , December 2011