If you are vegetarian this is great place for you. If you like really good food but you don't have a lot of time this is the place for you also. Falafels are amazing!!!! Like the proper ones in Middle East. And carrot lemonade is...More
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Blown away by the quality, freshness and value of the food. We had several sides, including French Fries With Rosemary, Hummus, and Lentils, and every dish was amazing (and only about $4!). The people that take your order are so responsive and knowledgeable. Great place...More
Everytime we going to Boston Clover is a must stop. I really enjoy the breakfast sandwiches the last time I missed them becuase they stop selling them at 10am.
Finally made it to Clover. Delicious chick pea fritter sandwich. The food is locally sourced and very yummy. Service is excellent.
Interiors made to look like the inside of a prison- joyless, characterless, everything like the plumbing and the pipes all made visible. Strange graffiti scrawled on the walls- also seems like it's their idea of urban hipster chic? Price not really cheap so this seems...More
If you want something healthy, light and sustainable, this is the spot for you. Plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free. All fresh.
Great food with unusual flavor combinations. Try it for something different and healthy. They have great soups and what they call chickpea fritters, but I call falafal.
For years I took my vegan meetup to Clover Food Lab in Harvard Square for vegan lunches on the first Saturday of each month.
This is a pretty large space in fairly less crowded street in Harvard Square. They serve beer and they open late at night.
We had to catch a bus and decided to have a quick brunch here, and it was a great choice! Food would be ready in around 5 minutes, and it's delicious (highly recommend the egg and eggplant sandwich). Staff were super friendly. Great place for...More