O Ya

/ Sushi, Marisco, Restaurante
N.º 18 de 8605 sitios para comer en Boston
Cierra pronto: 22:00
Japonesa, Sushi, Opciones vegetarianas
$$$$ Precio medio: $61
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9 East St
Boston, Massachusetts, Estados Unidos
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Si por un casual estás cerca de Fort Warren, podrías pasarte por este restaurante. Disfruta de la cocina japonesa en O Ya. Es hora de probar un salmón picante tierno. Puede que te ofrezcan tomar sus generosos donuts, su casero helado de chocolate y sus delicados helados: ven y pruébalos. Empieza tu comida con un sensacional vino, una extraordinaria cerveza o un estupendo champán. Algunos de sus visitantes recomiendan probar el espectacular de este lugar.

Sus invitados pueden organizar en este lugar cualquier tipo de celebración: una boda, un aniversario o una fiesta de cumpleaños. Comprueba por ti mismo lo exquisito que es su personal. Este restaurante obsequia con un divino servicio a sus comensales. Según las opiniones de los clientes, los precios son interesantes. No hay duda de que vas a disfrutar de su encantadora atmósfera y su sorprendente decoración. Un 4,6 es la valoracón que sus usuarios dieron a O Ya en Zomato.

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Está en mi lista de los top ten japoneses del mundo. Merece mucho la pena dejarse sorprender por los platos del menú degustación. Caro pero merece la pena cada dólar. Lleno de gente y muy divertido.
If you are ever in the Boston area and you want a sexy, delicious, food experience, this place is everything! The freshness and mind blowing flavors of each piece of sashimi had my tastebuds dancing! Not to mention, the details in the art of the food, were absolutely stunning. I highly recommend this place for a birthday, anniversary, or if you just want a beautiful night out to celebrate life, this is your spot! Cheers!
I love sushi and Japanese food.  For my birthday my friend took me here. It's a little hole in the wall place that you can easily miss but quaint.  First off, little too dark inside for my tastes could use just a smidge more light.  Second, and this is one of my pet peeves, please dont put tables so close together that a servers butt will be in my face!!!  Every time the server was waiting on the table next to us both me and my friend had to lean the other way and watch the items on our table so they wouldn't be knocked off.   That really doesn't paint a pleasant dining experience.   That aside, our server was great.   Friendly, informative, patient, prompt and helpful one of the best servers that I can recall.   My friend and I each ordered our own 'tapas' dishes.   It's hard to pick and choose what to have because everything sounds so interesting.   Not to go into too many details but some were amazing and others were good.  I love hamachi but the seasoning on their tartare dish was a bit overpowering.  I also love truffles but the flavor was a little under for the potato chip nigiri.   My favorite dish was the salmon belly, I could have easily ordered another. Sadly though, the prices are just way to high for the portion size.  I've eaten in a LOT of Japanese restaurants and recently returned from a trip to Japan and these prices are pretty high.   I will pay for good quality first and then quantity but I dont think the prices here are justified (even for being in the city).   Though I enjoyed my meal, overall the prices alone (plus the butt in my face) will not have me back.   Maybe for another special occasion where someone else is paying and I'd request to sit at the bar would I dine here again. As always never take my word and give it a try yourself.
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Dirección
9 East St, Boston, Massachusetts, Estados Unidos
Características
Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Sin asientos al aire libre Reserva No wifi No es para llevar Estacionamiento No TV
Horario
LunesLun Cerrado
MartesMar 17:00-21:30
MiércolesMié 17:00-21:30
JuevesJue 17:00-21:30
ViernesVie 17:00-22:00
SábadoSáb 17:00-22:00
DomingoDom Cerrado

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