Cuchi Cuchi

/ Restaurant, Seafood, Pub & bar
Open now 17:00 - 00:30
$$$$ Average price: $31-60
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795 Main St
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
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After a long walk around Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), visit this restaurant and have a rest here. International cuisine under the direction of the popular chef is gorgeous here. Have a nice time here and share perfectly cooked grilled scallops, spanish tapas and pork ribs with your friends. Most guests recommend trying good banana dessert, gelato and crepes. A number of guests mark that you can drink delicious wine, champagne or liqueur at Cuchi Cuchi. It is good to try great chocolate frappe, grape juice or espresso.

The warm atmosphere of this place makes visitors feel relaxed and have a good time. The hospitable staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place wonderful. This spot is remarkable for its fabulous service. You will appreciate attractive prices. From the guests' point of view, the decor looks divine here. This restaurant received a Zomato rating of 4.5 and leaves a positive aftertaste on guests.

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First of all, the name. Second, the drinks. Especially the Strawberry Basil Cocktail, Moulin Rouge, Brazilian Wax, and the Triple Passion Daiquiri. (And, no, I did not drink the whole of all four :) ) Third, the awesome tarot card reader - Reverend Mary D'Alba. (Thank you very much.) Fourth, the decor. Fifth, the hand-held disco lights and tambourine for birthdays. Sixth, the food - artichoke and gorgonzola? AH-MAZ-ING. Seventh, the staff's fashion. Also, amazing. Well done CC. Looking forward to seeing you again soon!
Cuchi Cuchi has some very unique decor ("I expect nothing less from Cambridge," my friend said) which may or may not be your thing. But what will probably be to your liking is the food. My friend and I got 4 tapas (or "international small plates" as they call them ) and we were impressed with most of them. In fact, I was so satisfied with the scallops provencal that I would definitely consider coming back in the future . The 4 tapas we got were: - Scallops Provençal: scallops were cooked perfectly and whatever mushroom thing they had underneath it (reminds me most of stuffing) was delicious too. Word of advice, try to limit the lemon juice to the scallops as it can overpower the flavors of the mushroom stuffing imo. Random but I also found that the presentation of this dish with the seaweed is not exactly the most appetizing; I would stick with just the shell if I were the chef. - Tsukune: these chicken meatballs definitely had some nice Japanese flavors to them (there's a soy-mirin coating similar to a Japanese Hamburg). The avocado crema wasn't really noticeable on first bite but I guess it fit. The watermelon rind was pretty disgusting tbh. Next time I'll just pretend it's just for presentation purposes like the seaweed from the last dish. - Brie en croute: apples and walnuts were nice. Puff pastry and brie were delicious. Biggest surprise was whatever bacon jam was with the cheese in the puff pastry. It was flavorful and complemented everything nicely. - Chicken Kiev: don't have much of a reference point for this since I've never had chicken Kiev before but this was probably the most disappointing dish. The mushroom and spinach were fine (probably cuz of the herb butter) but the chicken lacked flavor. All in all, a pretty good dining experience and I was happy with the variety of tapas options. I actually think 3 dishes would have been fine for my friend and I (she doesn't eat much and I had a big lunch) so I wouldn't necessarily commit to the two tapas dishes they recommend per person.
Just wow. From the ambiance to the food to the drinks - ordered two of the Seafood-filled avocado because it was that good. The almond rum cake still has me longing. I have gluten and dairy allergies, and this menu definitely has something for everyone whether allergies or preference. Also - many cocktails can be made into non-alcoholic so no one gets left out.
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795 Main St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 17:00-23:30
MondayMon 17:00-23:30
TuesdayTue 17:00-23:30
WednesdayWed 17:00-23:30
ThursdayThu 17:00-23:30
FridayFri 17:00-00:30
SaturdaySat 17:00-00:30
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