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A shoji-screened window and a small sign are the only indications that this nondescript brick building houses some of the finest sashimi in Boston. Chef and owner Tim Cushman works with his chefs to... Read More
A shoji-screened window and a small sign are the only indications that this nondescript brick building houses some of the finest sashimi in Boston. Chef and owner Tim Cushman works with his chefs to fuse exotic flavors with the purity of small morsels of raw fish. Expect small plates like wild bluefin chutoro tartare served with a homemade ginger kimchee jus and wild spot prawn with garlic butter, white soy and preserved yuzu. Of course, there's a price to pay for these bold and delightful bites - each plate starts around $20, and you'll need several to constitute a meal.
- Asian, Japanese: "The menu changes often to reflect the finest ingredients available. To make the most of your experience at O Ya, try the Omakase (chef's tasting menu), which will allow you a great overview of their menu."
- Sushi: "Make reservations; this a high-end hot spot for the sushi loving locals with money to spend."
- Best for Asian Because: O Y is a luxe Asian experience; specializing in sashimi,you'll also find excellent vegetables and meats on the menu.
- Best for Sushi Because: O Ya is a fancy sushi spot for those who want an upscale evening of dining on fresh fish.
- Best for Japanese Because: O Ya is one of the top Japanese restaurants in Boston with prices to reflect their greatness. Dive into Japanese fare in their upscale setting.