Study

Restaurants, Contemporary American Kendall Square
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We always knew the Journeyman folks would strike again. Study is the second full-bore restaurant effort from the team of Diana Kudayarova and Tse Wei Lim, who also have Backbar and Ames Street Deli under their belts. Like the nearby Café ArtScience, Study is downright experimental with its menu, which means you’re regularly encountering dishes unlike any others in the city. A handrolled pici pasta comes with both lamb heart ragu and sea urchin; duck is accompanied by a rye pasta; chicken is smoked instead of roasted. A $69 rib-eye is a once-a-year treat, but the strange-ingredient desserts (green tea, potato) are a must. If you’re feeling adventurous, turn yourself over to the kitchen and and let the chefs prepare a $110-per-head feast for the whole table.

By: Meaghan Agnew

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Venue name: Study
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Address: 73 Ames St
Boston

Cross street: between Broadway and Main St
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30-10pm; Sat 5:30-10pm
Transport: Red Line to Kendall
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