This restaurant sits at the lobby level of the Boston Sheraton. It is not enclosed by walls or glass, so except for the fact that you climb a few steps you might as well be having lunch or dinner in the reception of the hotel. It is not cozy at all, and the lack of tablecloths increases the feeling of fast-food restaurant. The menu was uninspired. The clam chowder soup was very thick and made me thing about the extra calories I did not need to take. The main dish selection was limited, with plenty of fried stuff and "all-American" fattening dishes. The only saving grace was the Asian waiter, who was efficient, fast, and friendly.