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Oct 22, 2012

Review: Boston Market - Turkey Market Bowl

Boston Market's limited-time Market Bowls feature a bowl filled with your choice of two sides, a sauce, and one of three meats: turkey, meatloaf, or the chain's signature rotisserie chicken. I recently tried the Turkey Market Bowl with the mashed potatoes and corn topped with gravy.

The price of each bowl is $6.99.

The bowl's a good size. It's bigger than a KFC Bowl, but not filled as much. It feels like you get as much food as one of Boston Market's individual plates, but without the corn bread.

Boston Market's turkey is breast meat that comes without the skin. Unlike many a Thanksgiving turkey, it was tender, juicy, and flavorful.

Corn and mashed potatoes makes a great combo. Boston Market's mashed potatoes are pretty good, if a bit run of the mill and the corn was nicely plump.

The gravy is really watery and I didn't notice it so much. It was a bit lacking in the flavor department.

Bottomline: Yummy turkey, mashed potatoes, and corn. Tastes like Thanksgiving!

Nutritional info not available.


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2 comments :

  1. Boston Market is god awful disgusting and way too expensive. On a side note, I really enjoy reading your reviews! Keep up the great work!!

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