There were a couple of dishes that did not have as much taste as the other ones. this is a black bitter stalk tea. Uni pasta with poached egg and truffle, ramen, crispy rice with spicy tuna, and for dessert 3 pieces of sushi -lobster claw, foie gras, and wagyu.

We arrived on time and were seated right away. Inside it’s nice. 1166 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118-4113 +1 617-482-8868 Website Menu. But if you are looking for...traditional sushi nigiri, you might as well go somewhere else.

Add to wishlist Add to compare Share #87 of 4871 restaurants in Boston #52 of 2808 seafood restaurants in Boston #9 of 337 sushi restaurants in Boston . Black avocado is a big, “No No!” I love sushi and don’t mind paying a bit more for fresh high quality fish but Oishii’s price point is extremely high and I cannot recommend after our disappointing experience.

The Avocado used in our rolls had black rotten parts (we pulled them out and left them on the plates...no mention from the staff). We sat at a table in the sushi bar area which was dark even early on a summer evening.

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Japanese, Sushi, Asian, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options, COLD APPETIZERS -INNOVATIVE SPECIALTY SASHIMI​, with menagi, caviar w/ uni sauce on yuba chip served on frozen stone, with micro greens, fried shallots, soy & pickled cherry blossom tempura on top, sashimi w/ caviar & ice wine topped w/ gold flake, mango w/ baby ginger on crispy seaweed squares, with truffle, truffle butter, white truffle oil & mache, with cilantro, sesame oil & golden caviar, with red miso & king salmon w/ jalapeño sauce, steam edamame w/ okinawa salt broil edamame w/ okinawa salt soy sauce marinated spicy edamame (served cold), morels,​ chanterelles, hen of the woods, & honshimejis, mixed​ greens & pine nuts w/ mustard jalapeno & kaffir lime vinaigrette, and mixed baby green salad, pepper & fleur de sal coated seared tuna salad w/ garlic soy dressing, home made tofu skin, menegi, mountain caviar served in bonito broth, choose your noodles – udon, ramen or soba, TING’S SPECIAL SQUID INK NOODLE -RICE ON THE SIDE​, ocean garden shrimp, nameko mushrooms, red bell pepper & scallion wrapped in tempura stringed potato sphere served on seaweed w/ peppery spicy shoyu sauce, with baby spinach, sautéed soba noodles, & citrus soy reduction w/ yuzu wasabi, in​ crispy filo net w/ garlic lobster sauce & grilled pineapple, on​ crispy garlic & ginger w/ citrus soy sauce. Tripadvisor gives a Travelers’ Choice award to accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travelers and are ranked within the top 10% of properties on Tripadvisor. What on earth?

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The Avocado used in our rolls had black rotten parts (we pulled them out and left them on the plates...no mention from the staff). But just stop with what you are doing to the nigiri. imply).

The sake list is excellent and has all styles and price ranges. And it was incredible.

We were visiting from Singapore and were extremely impressed by the quality and variety of food, presented elegantly and served in style.

Our waiter was very knowledgeable about the food he served.

So I asked for another table, just beside ours...and it was quite better.

Continue your visit to www.tripadvisor.co.nz, Uni pasta with poached egg and truffle, ramen, crispy rice with spicy, 1166 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118-4113. The dining room past us seemed even more of a closet.More, After seeing the Surkuro Smoked Hamachi featured on, “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”, I could not wait to try Oishii and many other items on their menu which sounded delicious and innovative.

The simple modern decor felt very traditional and was warm and inviting. Service spot on, including a tasty amuse-bouche of pureed edamame. the fact that the sushi itself is average at best.

I missed that... discount for the food left. This would be a 5 star review in all categories, but for one key detail. What it does have, and does well, are "American sushi" - sushi rolls (maki) and the other menu items. But just stop with what you are doing to the nigiri.

The quality of the sushi and flavors where lacking.

The dining room past us seemed even more of a closet. We tried the above noted Hamachi as well as the Salmon on Fire, and a few other items which did not impress.

green tea contains several polyphenolic compounds that give tea its characteristic taste, flavor & color.

Instead, they add garnish on top of this that often completely overpowers the subtle tastes that are otherwise in the rice and fish.

Uni pasta with poached egg and truffle, ramen, crispy rice with spicy tuna, and for dessert 3 pieces of sushi -lobster claw, foie gras, and wagyu. What on earth?

And a 'first time ever seen' broiled edamame ... you gotta get them! Uni pasta with poached egg and truffle, ramen, crispy rice with spicy tuna, and for dessert 3 pieces of sushi -lobster claw, foie gras, and wagyu. Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, There are newer reviews for Oishii Boston, Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets, true find in the city, with a more residential feeling, Staypineapple, A Delightful Hotel, South End Boston, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston - Downtown. But just stop with what you are doing to the nigiri.More. Are you sure you want to delete this question? Closed now: See all hours. Crispy salmon maki so good we ordered a second roll! more.

The quality of the sushi and flavors where lacking. more.

We sat at a table in the sushi bar area which was dark even early on a summer evening. Unclaimed.

And more. Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant? Lobster dumplings to absolutely die for!!! green tea contains several polyphenolic compounds that give tea its characteristic taste, flavor & color.

Nigiri is supposed to be a celebration of rice, vinegar and the fish.

But just stop with what you are doing to the nigiri.More. Uni pasta with poached egg and truffle, ramen, crispy rice with spicy tuna, and for dessert 3 pieces of sushi -lobster claw, foie gras, and wagyu.

We had pork gyoza, some sushis and “shrimp explosion”, that is maki with fried shrimp on the side.

You do those very well. If you are looking for the best sushi restaurant in Boston , Oishii by far is the best! If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu.

Loved it and will sure be a regular.

Each course was delicious and the timing between was perfect. The quality of the sushi and flavors where lacking. We had pork gyoza, some sushis and “shrimp explosion”, that is maki with fried shrimp on the side. When we ordered the Omakase we were told the only one available would be the valentine's special. There are multiple options of seating (lounge/bar, sushi bar, tables). Everything well prepared, taste good, but sometimes the fish is just amazing good! Just stick to the rolls guys. We got a terrible place, in the most hidden corner they have, where employees are all the time going in and out. It's about 1.4 miles which should be a 7 minute cab ride. This SEnd neighborhood seems to be transitioing, but don't let that throw you off course.

Their garnishes such as truffles, caviar, etc are...More, Salmon on fire for your start! It's about 1.4 miles which should be a 7 minute cab ride. We ordered the Chef's tasting menu 9 courses $150 pp. 1166 Washington St, Boston, Massachusetts, 02124 United States Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant? This SEnd neighborhood seems to be transitioing, but don't let that throw you off course. We had pork gyoza, some sushis and “shrimp explosion”, that is maki with fried shrimp on the side.

The simple modern decor felt very traditional and was warm and inviting. It's about 1.4 miles which should be a 7 minute cab ride. www.oishiiboston.com We complaint, didn’t even finish the food. Everything well prepared, taste good, but sometimes the fish is just amazing good! And a 'first time ever seen' broiled edamame ... you gotta get them! We complaint, didn’t even finish the food. Loved the food: so fresh, amazing fish, Every course was superb as well as The presentation, the atmosphere.

Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page. What it does have, and does well, are "American sushi" - sushi rolls (maki) and the other menu items.

It was an epic meal !

Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets, true find in the city, with a more residential feeling, Staypineapple, A Delightful Hotel, South End Boston, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston - Downtown.

We were not in a mood for any pork or red meat so it was pure fish, seafood, and vegan dishes. I missed that... discount for the food left. In general it was very...goodMore, This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. Everything well prepared, taste good, but sometimes the fish is just amazing good! The food was also very good in execution and presentation.

at one time the kuding was used only as an offering to royalty. It was an epic meal !! The best sushi I have ever had in my life. We were completely frustrated by this....More, I have been going to this restaurant for the last 5 years on New Years eve and have really enjoyed both the quality of the food and the festivities. Get quick answers from Oishii Boston staff and past visitors.

Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant?

in chinese medicine this rare & expensive tea is known to be extremely effective for lowering cholesterol & lowering high blood pressure. Japanese, Sushi, Asian, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options, COLD APPETIZERS -INNOVATIVE SPECIALTY SASHIMI​, with menagi, caviar w/ uni sauce on yuba chip served on frozen stone, with micro greens, fried shallots, soy & pickled cherry blossom tempura on top, sashimi w/ caviar & ice wine topped w/ gold flake, mango w/ baby ginger on crispy seaweed squares, with truffle, truffle butter, white truffle oil & mache, with cilantro, sesame oil & golden caviar, with red miso & king salmon w/ jalapeño sauce, steam edamame w/ okinawa salt broil edamame w/ okinawa salt soy sauce marinated spicy edamame (served cold), morels,​ chanterelles, hen of the woods, & honshimejis, mixed​ greens & pine nuts w/ mustard jalapeno & kaffir lime vinaigrette, and mixed baby green salad, pepper & fleur de sal coated seared tuna salad w/ garlic soy dressing, home made tofu skin, menegi, mountain caviar served in bonito broth, choose your noodles – udon, ramen or soba, TING’S SPECIAL SQUID INK NOODLE -RICE ON THE SIDE​, ocean garden shrimp, nameko mushrooms, red bell pepper & scallion wrapped in tempura stringed potato sphere served on seaweed w/ peppery spicy shoyu sauce, with baby spinach, sautéed soba noodles, & citrus soy reduction w/ yuzu wasabi, in​ crispy filo net w/ garlic lobster sauce & grilled pineapple, on​ crispy garlic & ginger w/ citrus soy sauce. and it was quite better. Fish on each choice was fresh. We were seated downstairs and greeted right away. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? We got a terrible place, in the most hidden corner they have, where employees are all the time going in and out. Instead, they add garnish on top of this that often completely overpowers the subtle tastes that are otherwise in the rice and fish. The sushi was perfection both traditional and more modern interpretation and that is just the beginning of the menu. The restaurant smokes/torches a lot of the food as part of the presentation and gives a nice flavor. But if you are looking for...traditional sushi nigiri, you might as well go somewhere else. On the street, you can’t recognize the place as a restaurant. Oishii Boston - 1166 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118 - Rated 4.7 based on 78 Reviews "Service was very good .