Maynard is a small suburban town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The town is located 22 miles west of Boston, in the MetroWest and Greater Boston region of Massachusetts and borders Acton, Concord, Stow and Sudbury. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 10,106.
Things to do in Maynard
4.5 based on 111 reviews
My son especially enjoyed his frappe with a scoop of ice cream on top called a floater. Best of both worlds -- you can drink and eat it. I loved the rock-n-Rolo ice cream -- chocolate with Rolos in it. My husband enjoyed a fresh peach sundae. Prices were reasonable. Cash only. Tables out back. Lots of parking yet weird how everyone parks further out.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Lunch here with a friend. Summer rolls, beef pho, shrimp vermicelli bowl, Viet fried rice. Everything was excellent! Very fresh ingredients, cooked and seasoned well (rather mildly actually, but condiments provided), good portions and reasonable prices. Prompt and friendly service. Menu identifies gluten-free dishes and options (nice touch). Ownership on premises. This is definitely better Vietnamese food than the restaurants I know in Boston; we'll be back.
4 based on 47 reviews
Called in an order. When I got there, they had made chicken salad wrap BUT were suddenly out of tuna. Ordered Reuben instead and I waited and waited and waited. Told going on grill, still cooking and finally after 20 minutes I went to counter. Apparently it was done but I had NOT BEEN CALLED. So when I got home the reuben was cold and the chicken salad wrap was soggy. Chicken salad wrap was 2/3 lettuce. There was only enough filling for a half of a wrap. Just a SORRY and a SMILE. So what would have made me give a better review? I could have been offered drink, chips or sweet to make up for their incompetency. But only a smile. We had bad service before they moved and didn't go back for at least two years. Now that we have started going back -- well, let's say that it will be awhile if ever before we go back. SO DISAPPOINTED
3 based on 5 reviews
It is in the convenience store. No place to sit.
4 based on 77 reviews
This review is of the Acton location. We went there today for lunch for the first time. The service was prompt, friendly and helpful. We had the fish tacos, fajitas, margaritas, guacamole and salsa verde. The food was delicious and well seasoned. We'd go back and try it again.
4 based on 57 reviews
So lucky for this neighborhood to have this wonderful Thai restaurant nearby. Their phones were ringing like crazy for take-out orders. The place is quite small and you are within arms (and ears) reach of the next guests table. It is difficult not to eavesdrop (even though not purposely) on others conversations because the tables are just too close. The dinner menu is extensive (and a bit expensive). Priced a tad bit more but you get a delicious well-portioned meal; perhaps, enough with left-overs. The mango curry is just exquisite! The level of spiciness is mild to nil (honestly, it could use more chili). The servers are nice, attentive, and hospitable. Definitely worth a second visit to try other stuff.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
I usually try to dine with my tiny dog and carry her into order then leave to eat outside. Owner went nuts told me I had to leave instantly as if she was a nuclear bomb. They took my order outside so all was not lost but won't be risking this again.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
The food is heavily westernised (dont believe me, go to Thailand). Yet, it tastes great and the serves are very large. The menu selection is not extensive but not minimal either. The decor is standard fare.
Its very decent, affordable non-authentic Thai dining in Maynard.
I'd dine again.
3.5 based on 60 reviews
Slipped over here from the adjacent mill building for lunch and ordered The Drive-In burger, a huge tasty cheese burger available with a great big gluten-free bun that held together beautifully to the end. I think the soft drinks at $3.75 per are a bit rich - maybe since they are a pub they are trying to drive us into the arms of a brew-ski, but not during a work lunch. We drank tap water. The space is a beautiful renovation and preservation of 19th century Industrial Revolution architecture. I'll be back.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We were delighted to see that this new restaurant had replaced Monsoon. Portions were larger than Monsoon's for similar prices, and the food was well prepared. Our waiter was helpful and attentive. He even brought us a free garlic nan because he wanted us to know how good it was. We will return!
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