Oishii’s South End location and swank interior suits the luxe sushi served within. High-concept and high-priced, each piece is like a work of art. Toro, hamachi, wagyu — all fish and other ingredients are exceptionally fresh. Creative rolls feature truffle and caviar, microgreens, and delicate sauces. Seared, torched, or tempura fried, you can’t go wrong when your sushi is the hands of Oishii’s highly-skilled chefs.
From tiny takeout joints and high-end Japanese restaurants to expense account destinations, Boston offers ample choices for fresh, delicious sushi. Whether you’re looking for the “wow factor” of creative rolls with exotic flavors or simple, expertly-prepared sashimi, these sushi spots will fill the bill with exceptional ingredients and skilled chefs. Check out a lunch special or go all out at one of the expensive options — when you’re craving sushi, this guide will help you find the best in Boston. If you’re not feeling like sushi but want to keep it light, check out the best restaurants for vegans and vegetarians in Boston, or the best seafood restaurants in Boston.
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