Boston and Surrounds Restaurants
- 16 reviews
I feel this review is only appropriate after spending $400 here on a meal for two. I got the chef's tasting menu and although I felt a little jipped (I was expecting 16 shared courses and each course literally consists of two pieces of nigiri so it is not a lot of food) but I ended up with only 15 ...Popular withLocalFoodiesLuxury
- 25 reviews
Oishii is one of the pricier choices you could make for sushi in Boston, and I really liked what I had there, but I am also spoiled by California sushi...hence the 3 stars. They were very accommodating of our larger group of 9 or 10, and we had one of the private dining rooms downstairs. The presentation of all the ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
- 52 reviews
Basho is located steps from Fenway Park in an area of the Fenway that has many new restaurants and buidlings. Basho is one of my favorite places to get sushi in Boston. The atmosphere is urban minimalist and modern. The sushi is excellent and reasonably priced as is the drinks. A character from "Sex and the City" would get sushi ...
Finally made to the original Oishii after so long! Now I have completed my quest of conquering all the Oishii's and they are all beyond amazing. We found ourselves 2 blocks away from Oishii after a sushi making class (and already being stuffed out by sushi), but how could we pass the perfect opportunity to venture into this legendary sushi ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
- 82 reviews
I had an extremely enjoyable lunch experience here at Shabu-Zen and I again wish that shabu places in the bay area were more like this. It was pretty cheap and the broth they offer, the lunch specials, the sides and the meat was all in abundance. The service was prompt, clean, and very friendly. We were immediately seated and offered ...Popular withFoodies
This is a great little sushi place in the collection of Japanese Restaurants at Porter Exchange. Since it's all they do, they do it well. The menu does extend a little beyond sushi, but no further than a sushi shop in Japan would - miso soup, wakame salad, drinks (no alcohol). Seating is limited, and everything happens right in front ...
No one expects a Japanese bakery in the heart of Brookline--but there it is! True to Japanese form, this place is totally adorable, and really, really good--whether it's for hardcore buttery French stuff or more Japanese-y confections. Cream puffs a go go!Popular withVegetarianFoodiesFamilies
Absolutely love this place. The small cluster of Japanese restaurants and shops makes this a worthy visit. The area is cozy, clean and modern inside of the Lesley University building. The Sapporo Ramen place is very popular, there is always a long line, but the turnaround time is relatively fast. The Blue Fin sushi restaurant next to it has quality ...Popular withFoodies
Nom! We impromptuly hit this place on a trip back from Newport, RI. With a $32 groupon for two appetizers, two desserts and two main combo entries, can't really beat the price for the very good quality Shabu offers. The combos comes with one dish of meat, variety of veggies and your choice of carbs (udon, vermicelli, etc.) There is ...Popular withFoodiesFamilies
Small, but fun. I loved how the place is divided into sections depending on what you're there for. There's a front bar area, a back sushi bar and tables along the side. This place was surprisingly packed at 9-10:30pm on a Saturday night, but ending up clearing out quite a bit come 11pm. It's a nice spot to have a ...