Special: Lunch at the Battery Wharf Hotel Boston

Fine dining – again. This time, we review our lunch at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro at the Battery Wharf Hotel in Boston that offered an outstanding value in our opinion. While not being very expensive, you are able to choose a three course for a fixed price that comes with a choice of several different dishes for each course. We went for this offer and really enjoyed our time at the Battery Wharf Hotel.

Either à la carte or a three course menu. We decided for the latter at the Battery Wharf Hotel as we haven’t eaten anything since breakfast. To be quite honest: This was the perfect choice! The menu for lunch at the Battery Wharf Hotel comes with a choice of several different dishes.

Casual setting for lunch at the Battery Wharf Hotel

Casual setting for lunch at the Battery Wharf Hotel

Most of them are included in the actual charge for the whole menu, while some come with an extra charge. This goes for example for the lobster soup or special ingredients for the burger like bacon. However, we decided for a nice mix of included and extra charge items at our lunch at the Battery Wharf Hotel.

Starting with soup and salad

For the starter, Sabrina went for the lobster soup, while I decided to have a Ceasar Salad.

Pre-lunch snacks at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Pre-lunch snacks at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Before the food was served, we got some bread with olive oil and balsamic – a very nice little treat by the Aragosta Bistro at the Battery Wharf Hotel. A few minutes later, the first courses were served.

Lobster Soup at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Lobster Soup at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Sabrina was very happy about her lobster soup as it had quite the perfect taste.

Traditional Caesar Salad at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Traditional Caesar Salad at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

I also liked my Caesar Salad, but it was not so special that it is worth writing any praise about. Anyway, the starter left us wanting more!

Indulging with salmon and a beef burger

Lunch at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro is served very quickly – perfect for a business meeting. So right after the starter, the main dishes were served.

Salmon in a creamy sauce at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Salmon in a creamy sauce at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Sabrina had the salmon in a creamy sauce, while I went for the beef burger that came with garlic fries and a little salad. The salmon was very satisfying as Sabrina already told me while eating. I tried as well and had the same impression. My burger at the same time had a very good taste as well.

Beef burger with garlic fries at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Beef burger with garlic fries at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

However, it was way too much, so I was not able to eat it completely. I have to admit that the beef was very good and the fries had a unique, but very good taste as well. All in all, the main dishes at the Battery Wharf Hotel were very good!

Selection of sweet treats

As we wanted to really indulge in the last hours of our stay at the Battery Wharf Hotel, we went for a special selection of different desert items at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro. The waiter, who made a great job from the start to the end, was so kind to bring us something from all the treats they had on the menu.

Dessert variation at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

Dessert variation at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro

We had the tiramisu, fresh fruits, a hot chocolate cake as well as vanilla and caramel ice cream. A great finish of a great lunch. Considering that the prices at the Aragosta Bar and Bistro are absolutely okay for lunch, we’d definitely recommend you to make it out to the Battery Wharf to enjoy a very pleasant lunch and an outstanding value for the money!

 

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8 Comments on “Special: Lunch at the Battery Wharf Hotel Boston

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