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Bagelsaurus offers a variety of bagels ranging from typical flavors, such as plain and everything, to more eclectic ones, like pretzel.
Bagelsaurus has an artisan menu cultivated with high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients in mind. FM's favorite? The Egg Sandwich on an everything bagel.
The Egg Sandwich at Bagelsaurus has a medium-fried egg, sharp cheddar, and mustard butter. FM recommends adding avocado and tomatoes (not pictured).
The T-Rex is a spin on Elvis' favorite sandwich, the peanut butter and banana. Bagelsaurus adds caramelized bacon, honey, and house-made almond butter to give the sandwich a unique twist.
FM tried out the three bagel sandwiches (L to R): The T-Rex on cinnamon raisin, the Egg on everything, and the Salmon on pretzel.
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From 67-cent Top Ramen at CVS to Instagram-worthy burgers with ramen patties instead of buns, a tasty Japanese staple has come a long way in America. As one might expect, the rise of ramen has created a demand for traditional shops that serve the real thing—no styrofoam packaging necessary. This phenomenon recently arrived in Harvard Square in the form of Santouka, a bona fide restaurant serving ramen and only ramen.
Picture this: It’s 12:40 p.m. on a Tuesday, you have a class approaching fast at 1, and the dining hall just won’t cut it today. In fact, you have a very specific craving in your bones: burrito fever. But which store deserves your service? Luckily, FM is here to do your dirty work for you.
Chefs prepare fresh ramen for waiting customers. Santouka opened its first Massachusetts restaurant in Harvard Square last week.
Customers enjoy freshly prepared ramen on a cold Tuesday evening. Santouka has experienced a rush of excited new customers who want to try out the newest eatery in Harvard Square.
Santouka opened its first Massachusetts restaurant in Harvard Square last week.
Nao White, a business consultant for Santouka, said that over 700 bowls of ramen are being served each day, with the line stretching out the door at times.