Friday, February 26, 2016

StreetFood Revolution Is Opening in Former Camino Real Space in Allston

A new dining spot featuring some of the street foods of China may be on its way to Allston, taking over the space where a Colombian restaurant had been.

Eater Boston is reporting that StreetFood Revolution is planning to open on Harvard Avenue, moving into the former Camino Real space between Cambridge Street and Brighton Avenue. (Camino Real closed last month after being in business for more than 15 years.) The article says that owner Alex Shan is apparently looking to offer Chinese street food with an emphasis possibly on the foods of Xi'an in central China, though no specific details about the menu have been given as of yet.

A licensing board page within the City of Boston website indicates that the city will be looking at StreetFood Revolution's request for a common victualler license on March 3, so more may be known on the eatery by next week.

The address for this upcoming restaurant in Allston is: StreetFood Revolution, 48 Harvard Avenue, Allston, MA, 02134.

[March 4 update: Eater Boston (mentions that StreetFood Revolution is now open in Allston.]

[Earlier Article]
Camino Real in Allston Has Closed

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[Related article from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): Slideshow--Twelve Food Items from Asian Restaurants in the Boston Area]

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