As our first entree we ordered JM Curley's Double Down. Now, this dish is described fried chicken, with a curry mayo, micro cumin, pea shoots, mint, and a side of jmC hot sauce. Yet, when the dish hit the table we were forced do a double take...it looked more like two pieces of french toast than chicken! Confused by the appearance of the dish we ask the waiter if that was the correct dish, indeed it was. JM Curley grinds their chicken and turns it into two bread shaped pieces. The freshly ground chicken was very well seasoned. The fresh herbs added a nice freshness to an otherwise heavy plate. The jmC hot sauce cleverly comes served in a plastic dropper. The hot sauce was vinger based and had quite a kick to it! Overall this perplexing looking dish was borderline amazing! A great part of our meal!
Last but not least we had the much talked about, the piece of resistance...JM Curley's 9oz Natural Angus Burger, with cheddar cheese, griddled onions, pickles, pop's russian, and french fries. The burger was perfectly cooked to a medium with the cheese throughly melted over it. The fries were very well seasoned. We would have liked just a tad bit more of the griddled onions. As far as the best burger race in Boston, in our humble opinion, JM Curley's comes in a close second place!