Consistent food and service - a great place for sushi before you head to the Wilbur or out on the town!
We've never been here before and were on a mission for sushi, by chance we stumbled upon this place and it was great! Good sushi and nice staff.
The selection of entrees and sushi was excellent and the food was very good. The ambiance was good. Waitresses were polite and friendly. We waited almost an hour for our daughter’s chicken teriyaki which is a long time for a kid to wait for dinner – especially when everyone else got their food 20 minutes before her.
We love Ginza and go every time we get the chance. My husband recommends the sushi and I LOVE the miso soup. Even the little side salad has a fantastic dressing. I just wished they offered my favorite - The Bento Box at dinner as well as lunch. The back room has sunken booths and a really fun atmosphere for... More
Amazing food, amazing atmosphere, fantastic staff. Have a bowl of Miso soup, and some negami. Make sure to try sake and Japanese beer, while you're there.
We went here based on previous reviews but were disappointed. The sushi is good but not exceptional. The ambiance is average and the music sounded like American elevator music. To their credit, the waitresses were wearing kimonos and the service was very good. A Tuesday evening was not busy at all, perhaps reflecting an average reputation.
This place has become my go-to spot for sake bombing with friends in Boston. The staff is always courteous and the food is always well prepared. But what sets this apart from the other nearby Chinatown spots is their willingness and ability to handle patrons up for a proper sake bombing experience. They have an adjacent room with longer tables... More
I had their luncheon special. It consisted of a large bowl of noodles and miso soup and 6 pieces of maki sushi. It tasted good.
My friend and I went here on a whim to get some sushi. We were very impressed with the selection and the freshness of the fish! I had Salmon and Fresh Eel sushi and it was amazing! The prices are perfect for my graduate student budget. Definitely coming back here as soon as I can!
I've eaten a lot of sushi in this city and I have to say this is the best. This place doesn't have all the decor that a lot of Japanese places do, but that's ok. I came for sushi, not for 1000 Buddhas and lucky cats (not that I dislike those things, but I digress). The food is expertly prepared... More
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