2004 BEST Seafood Restaurant, Affordable
No Name Restaurant
The décor is worn; the waiters, crusty. The low-priced seafood, on the other hand, couldn’t be fresher, and the kitchen knows what to do with it, displaying considerable finesse with battered fried clams, seared scallops, and buttery chowder made with leftovers from the catches of the day. While some people may be put off by the No Name’s unfussy shtick—the restaurant famously serves water by the pitcher in tiny paper cups—regulars know it’s part of what amounts to one of the tastiest bargains in Boston.