Craving Caviar? Here Are Four Boston Spots to Get Your Fix
Caviar—on pizza? These days, local chefs will put the delicacy on anything.
Doughnut Holes at Waypoint
This coastal-oriented Cambridge restaurant serves up Belgian Siberian and Royal Osetra caviar for spooning on doughnut holes (pictured) with buttermilk crema.
Santarpio’s Pizza from East Boston Oysters
The creative pop-up East Boston Oysters delivers pies from Eastie’s legendarily frills-free pizza parlor directly to your door—then drapes them with bowfin roe.
Fried-Chicken Sandwiches at Trillium Brewing Company
Fans of Trillium’s craft suds swarm the new Fort Point brewpub for crispy chicken thighs topped with green-chili mayo, smoked cheddar, slaw, and, yes, caviar.
Okonomiyaki at Momi Nonmi
At this Inman izakaya, savory grilled pancakes are topped with four fish-egg types: Royal Belgian caviar, and roes of golden whitefish, capelin, and pollock.