O Ya

/ Sushi, Seafood, Restaurant
#18 of 8605 places to eat in Boston
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Japanese, Sushi, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $61
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9 East St
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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After visiting Fort Warren, you can look over the menu at this restaurant. If you're a Japanese cuisine lover, come here. Try mouthwatering salmon nigiri, spicy salmon and foie gras. Enjoy good doughnuts, chocolate ice cream and gelato that are proposed at O Ya.

The wine list is versatile, every visitor can find something that satisfies their taste. Great tea or delicious coffee will make your meal tastier and you'll surely come back. The staff is terrific that's what makes this place so good. Fabulous service is something guests agree upon here. This spot offers you attractive prices for yummy meals. The lovely decor and peaceful atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. Zomato shows a rating of 4.4 for this restaurant proving that this is worth a visit.

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Such a creative and thoughtful menu! My boyfriend surprised me with a dinner here, and we left so happy and satisfied. We've had omakase a few times in the past, so we decided to just order off the menu. We were supposed to seated at the counter, but the parties were running late and it didn't seem super exciting (totally agree with other reviews that the chefs look bored). So we just sat at a table instead! Probably a good thing considering we ordered so many things lol. My ABSOLUTE favorite was the chocolate foie gras nigiri. It's nothing like I've ever had before, and comes with reallllyyy good aged sake. If it wasn't so expensive I could eat so many of these and be satisfied. The tea brined fried pork ribs -- super yummy as well. The meat fell off the bone and had so much flavor. Ugh. We ordered so many things, and they all impressed. With the hamachi nigiri, the banana pepper added a very nice kick. Uni/caviar nigiri also good. Wild spot prawn nigir ALSO GOOD. I think you get the point. Honestly, the only thing neither of us liked was the chilled soba noodles. We're big fans of soba, and theirs is housemade and comes with uni! But there was just too much wasabi and it completely overpowered the dish. Only reason why they're not 5 stars is...honestly it's kind of pricey. Maybe we did it wrong since we didn't order the Omakase set. Who knows.
O Ya!!!! That's really all that needs to be said. O Ya!!!!! Truffle chip .... are you serious. Place was so good I bought my wife a plane ticket so we could try it together. Might have to skip a mortgage payment. But O Ya .... worth it!!!
Usually when I read a Yelp review and I see someone saying their meal was too expensive, I think "suck it up, good food is expensive." I still think that but I can't get the picture of the bill at O Ya out of my head. And I can't get the question, "Was it worth it?" out of my head. And I can't get the answer, "not in a million jillion years" out of my head. So, long story short, this is great food that is just too fucking expensive. The food was, for the most part, really good. I've had just as good for a LOT less. I had the 17 course Omakase and you may think that's the problem. But if I got individual dishes, it still would have been incredibly expensive. If I had to do it over again, I would do it that way because I know what I like. But, again, the cost exceeded the value. The service was just fine. The atmosphere was wonderful. Valet parking is a little hard to figure out. But when the rubber hits the road, the picture in my head is not the dish, it's the bill. And that's not good. Flat face.
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9 East St, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Booking No delivery No Wi-Fi No takeaway Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 17:00-21:30
WednesdayWed 17:00-21:30
ThursdayThu 17:00-21:30
FridayFri 17:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 17:00-22:00

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