If someone asked me what is one of my favorite dining spots in Boston, they might be surprised to find out that it’s not in Boston but instead hidden in one of Boston’s suburban cities, Malden (Although I do have my many favorites in Boston too). I have my mixed feelings of a love hate for Malden but Sousaku Bistro continues to be the gem that I love to visit.
A relatively spacious spot with a modern Asian menu in what I would call a slightly back streets of town, does stand out much from the outside. However, parking is never too much of a struggle and the meal and drinks are never a disappointment.
Tony loves to start out with a Mai Thai
I am a boring dinner drinker, usually clinging to my reliable glass of red wine, something on the dry side. Tonight I decided why not be adventurous with this Wasabi-Tini (It consisted of plum wine, a splash of pineapple juice and wasabi with the side to adjust to taste).
We ordered some chicken wings – crispy and a sweet chili spice – could have eaten 100 of them given the chance
Chicken Skewer tiny but tasty
A pork bun, never disappoints
Chicken Don – One of my regular choices
And because we haven’t had enough chicken yet, the garden chicken – Grilled boneless chicken with terkiyaki sauce wrapped in parchment paper with vegetables & baked to perfection
Lastly, one of my favorites is the Sushi Pizza which just combines my two favorite things in the world, sushi, pizza = looooove. Fried rice base, some tomatoes, with shrimp, scallop and tuna.
Another happy dinner that was definitely worth the drop into town