Located near Porter Square, Sugar and Spice was one of my favourite Thai restaurants in Boston. Introduced by a close friend of mine, I become a frequent customer at Sugar and Spice. Porter Square is a neighbourhood in Cambridge and Somerville and is located between Harvard and Davis Square stations.
The food there was of high quality and the experience was great. I cannot help feeling at home whenever I am there for a meal.
The total meal cost around USD18 for two.
Beef Noodle Soup (photo above) was served with rice noodles soaked in delicious broth, bean sprouts and scallions. The beef was tender and moist. The broth was rich and every spoonful of the broth tasted heavenly. I really enjoyed the noodles very much. It was one of the better Thai restaurants I had tried in Boston. (Food rating: 3/5)
I ordered myself a glass of green tea. When it was served, I was surprised. It was still green tea but in a smoothie with tapioca balls. The green tea was rich in milk and matcha. It was delicious. However, it was quite filling by the time I drank half the glass. I could hardly finish my beef noodles. (Food rating: 3/5)
Satay is served with a choice of grilled chicken or beef with salad and peanut sauce dips. We ordered the grilled chicken. The grilled chicken dipped with peanut sauce tasted so much like the local grilled satay in Singapore. The chicken meat was moist and juicy. The generous portion of salad was also a plus point. Despite the excellent taste, we still like the thai lettuce wraps at Cheesecake Factory. (Food rating: 3/5)
Address: 1933 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02140, United States
Price: USD: $