Box Lunch

A great deal on food that's usually pricey

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he bento box at Fin’s is one of Boston’s best-kept lunch secrets: varied, filling, and less than 10 bucks. It’s a steal, especially considering how pricey sushi is around this town. Not into sushi? Try the salmon teriyaki bento. The lunch sashimi comes in a huge portion size. Fin’s specialty sushi may lure you back for dinner, too, including the Double Match Maki—spicy yet tangy with pineapple and wasabi mayo sauce—or the deep-fried yellowtail roll with mango, avocado, and spicy tuna. Warne

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The word “bento” comes from a Song Dynasty slang term meaning “easy” or “convenient.”

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