The Other Critics: Foundry’s Noisy But Good; Deuxave Runs on Ambition

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• Devra First appreciates Foundry on Elm’s “quietly seasonal” dishes for the most part, but the croque monsieur’s too dry and the dining room’s reeeeallly noisy. [Globe]

• Mat Schaffer believes Deuxave wants to go “mano a mano” with Boston’s top restaurants; it just might get there. [Herald]

• The Phoenix isn’t quite so taken with Deuxave; Robert Nadeau thinks it’s “pretentious” and “flawed.” [Phoenix]

• MC Slim JB finds Lucy’s Ethiopian Cafe, near Symphony Hall, “heartwarming.” [Phoenix]

• Corby Kummer reminisces about beloved, bygone Boston eateries; he misses Michela’s rolls and Maison Robert’s serenity. [Boston]

The Other Critics: Foundry’s Noisy But Good; Deuxave Runs on Ambition