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About Masa, Boston

Masa (English: ; Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmasa]) is a maize (corn) flour or dough that has been soaked and cooked in an alkaline solution in the nixtamalization process. It is used for making corn tortillas, tamales, pupusas, and many other Latin American dishes. The full name is masa de maíz, the dried and powdered form is called masa harina, masa de harina, and sometimes Maseca, the name of a leading commercial brand. It is reconstituted with water before use. (In Spanish masa can refer to many types of dough in addition to the specific subject of this article)

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Address: 439 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116, USA

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  • Burger and omelette was what I ordered. Overall, my burger was acceptable since I ordered well done. They did as asked. The drinks were spot on. I don't recommend going without reservation! P.S. The atmosphere was nice and bathroom was clean. If that mattered to you.

  • Really great brunch place! Lots of options, great serving size, and vegetarian friendly. Brunch is fairly priced. I liked dinner here, but it was definitely more expensive with fewer options. Dinner was not vegetarian friendly

  • Masa is out of this world! I first came to Masa for an event, and came back for brunch three days later! The food was just that good! Their classic margarita is to DIE for, and their nachos are out of this world. The guac too - amazing! Then for brunch we had mimosas, steak and eggs, and Texas toast. EVERYTHING was delicious, and every single person in our party of 6 loved what they ordered. I may make this my weekly brunch spot, and it also is a great place for a first date, because even if the company isn't what I was looking for, at least a know I will have a great drink and delicious tapas!

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  • Extremely over priced for small, simple meals and portions. Can not stress the over pricing enough. When we went, they said they didn't have the right meat to make us the burgers so they had us order something else and gave us a "free dessert" it wasn't until after paying that we realized they charged us for the dessert too

  • We were staying locally for one night and stumbled across Masa. The Manager and staff were great. We were very surprised by finding such a historic Latin influenced resturant by chance. We travel extensively and I can say that the food and experiecne was top notch. We had great octopus and tuna. I highly recommend Masa. They also have over a 100 types of tequila.

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