BOSTON (CBS) – The 2011-2012 Zagat survey listing Boston’s top eateries was released on Wednesday.
The survey’s top restaurants include Japanese and Italian cuisine, seafood and more, with prices ranging from very high to more moderate.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Karen Twomey reports.
The top 10, according to Zagat:
- O Ya
- La Campania
- Neptune Oyster
- Hamersley’s Bistro
- Uni Sashimi Bar
- T.W. Food
Survey co-founder Nina Zagat said Legal Sea Foods, while not on the list of top restaurants, was named the most popular restaurant for the ninth straight year.
The Zagat survey also found that Boston diners eat out about 2.5 times a week, slightly below the number from last year’s survey. The average meal price in Boston also dropped to $33.56 (from $33.64), below the national average of $35.62.