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Troquet Review

Despite boasting what might well be Boston's longest wine list, with nearly 500 vintages (more than 45 of which are available by the glass), plus an unobstructed view of the Common, this French fusion spot flies somewhat under the radar. Still, locals know that Troquet offers all the ingredients for a lovely evening: a quietly elegant dining room, decadent dishes like bacon-wrapped veal sirloin and sticky-toffee pudding, and a knowledgeable yet unpretentious staff. The menu includes by-the-glass wine recommendations after each entrée, so you're sure to sip something delicious and appropriate.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun. and Mon. No lunch.
Updated: 11-13-2013

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