“A hidden japanese gem”
This hidden gem of a Japanese restaurant serves, dinner and dessert menu. It also offer sake, wine, and beer. They also accepts reservation. Check out their gluten-free menu! They also host classes, check online for details.
Located in a 100-year-old fire station in Boston’s historic Leather District, o ya offers contemporary Japanese dining in a comfortable setting. The intimate 37-seat dining room consists of ten tables and a 17-seat chef’s counter, where guests can watch the chefs preparing the dishes. Chef Owner Tim Cushman offers an Omakase, or Chef’s tasting menu, for $150 and an extensive a la carte menu of creative nigiri, sashimi, vegetable, wagyu beef, kurobuta pork and poulet rouge chicken dishes. O ya also offers an extensive premium sake list. Average dining time is approximately 2-3 hours.
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A VERY good non-traditional Japanese (izakaya-like) at extreme prices. It's semi-in hiding.
At this small, luxe sushi bar, you can order the exquisite pieces of nigiri (we suggest the torched hamachi with banana pepper mousse) a la carte, or commit to a procession of artful bites with the full omakase tasting menu. For an imbibing learning experience, spring for an expertly chosen flight of sake.
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- Tue - Sat: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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