/ Sushi, Seafood, Restaurant, Pub & bar
#182 of 8605 places to eat in Boston
ClosedOpens at 17:30
Sushi, Japanese, Asian, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $61
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370A Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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After enjoying Berklee College of Music, go to this restaurant which is not far away. Japanese food is worth a try here. At Uni, try nicely cooked nigiri, tuna sashimi and caviar. Based on the guests' opinions, waiters offer good ice cream, waffles and cheesecakes here. It's time to degustate delicious wine, whiskey or beer. A lot of reviewers mark that you can have good americano at this place.

Invite your soulmate to this spot with a wonderful atmosphere. Most visitors find the staff creative. Guests mention that the service is nice here. From the visitors' viewpoint, prices are attractive. A number of people think that the decor is terrific. Many Zomato active users rate this restaurant 4.2.

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It's not a trip to Boston if I don't go to Uni. I love how seasonal their ingredients are and in the five years of eating omakase there, I've never had a full menu that's the same twice. This time, the standouts in the omakase were the tomatoes dish and the foie grad. My advice is to sit below ground at the bar, it's way more casual, with hip hop blaring and while you'll end up paying $160-$170 for the omakase, it's all just so good and relaxing. The experience starts with an add your own hot water hand towel, to finish with a mind blowing dessert. Other flavor standouts include a ricotta yuzu dumpling topped with some chanterelle bathing beauties in a delightful cream sauce, the pickled golden raisins in another dish was also a pleasant delight. The uni powder in another dish blew my mind, but nothing is like their nigiri. The toro was perfection. Highly recommend!!!
Such an inventive menu! Uni is Japanese fusion, that is not afraid to take risks. It's small plate style (tapas), and I'd encourage you to go with a few friends to try a lot. Not every dish here is a hit - often very polarizing to people. I came here with friends, and we all enjoyed very different dishes. My two favorites were the uni spoon and the nonesuch oysters. The uni spoon was rich and creamy - I've never had anything like it. The oyster was a contrast - sweet, salty, with nice acid. Some of my friends enjoyed the duck carnitas, I thought it was ok - the scallion pancake used absorbed too much oil in my opinion. I was glad to see the chicken and waffles off the menu this time though - interesting in theory, but the mix of flavors wasn't right. Feel like going by yourself? Uni has a great Omakase...one of the better ones in Boston. As everything is small plates, watch the price. I think most things are reasonably priced for a nice dinner out, but it can add up quickly if you do not pay attention.
Endearing team presenting such a creative spin on traditional fare which far outplays their overly fair price points...
Everything was super-freakin-duper, though this little gem of Tuna and Foie Gras was EIPC...
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370A Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Booking Takeaway Parking Wi-Fi No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 17:30-22:00
MondayMon 17:30-22:00
TuesdayTue 17:30-22:00
WednesdayWed 17:30-22:00
ThursdayThu 17:30-22:00
FridayFri 17:30-01:00
SaturdaySat 17:30-01:00

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