Good tasting and lots of menu items to pick from! We had quick service but only about 4 tables were occupied. Ate on a Wednesday evening so not overly busy. Have to take a cab to get to as parking is expensive.
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Decent sushi and Japanese restaurant very conveniently located near Quincy/Faneuil Hall area. My family and I enjoyed a nice quiet dinner (after 5PM, the financial district is fairly low-key energy) of good sushi and sashimi. We started off sharing some appetizers: hamachi kama (grilled yellowtail...More
There aren't a lot of sushi places in this section of Boston, so it is a good spot if you are craving sushi. Not the best in the city but they have a good offering of sushi choices.
We come here a lot and order the California roll with shrimp, Avocado roll, spicy salmon roll and dumplings. All the sushi is fresh the staff is quick and polite. They usually close around 2pm and reopen later for dinner. They also deliver, but are...More
With all the seafood restaurants in the area you'd be surprised that there aren't many Sushi restaurants. This one is very good. It's a popular lunch spot since it's in the Financial District so be sure you get there early or get take out. Their...More
Sometimes I'm confused with the types of sushi that are too big or too full of mayonnaise like the ones I've tried in Boston. This restaurant served sushi just right. I got a Sushi/Sashimi platter for around $27 and it was HUGE. Ingredients were fresh,...More
It used to be a very good Japanese restaurant many years ago serving great sushi and sashimi. I went there recently and the sushi was only passable. It has turned into a high volume place and is no longer the authentic Japanese place it used...More
Good sushi/Japanese food. A little on the expensive side. Service was good too. According to our server, if you want alcohol in MA, you need a passport if you are from outside of the US (they won't accept a foreign driver's license).