Beautiful and scrumptious!!!
Six of us went to savour the best Japanese cuisine in Boston. We loved it!!!
Food, service, and ambience all spectacular. I have no complaints at all! Excellent and unique cocktails too.
Best sushi I’ve ever had!
Everything is great except for uni pasta which tastes like quick noddles.
Great service and everything we ordered was outstanding quality, presentation, and taste. We had the truffle edamame, Tuna tartare, and lobster dumplings for appetizer, followed by an order of sashimi and a couple of the speciality maki rolls. A great night out.
Oh my gosh, I don’t even know where to start.
But I will keep this shirt and sweet.
Ambiance was simply elegant. Our server Nikki was very knowledgeable and helpful and made our celebration very memorable. The food was exquisite. I’ve been going to Oishii too in Sudbury for years and had high expectations for Oishii Boston. They came in above and beyond our expectations.
We will return very soon.
A wide variety of interesting dishes. Those we tried were excellent.
The food was Ok but the room was too dark. Will not go back. I like to see what I am eatingd
Food and service were exceptional. Comfortable and modern atmosphere - not pretentious. Highly recommend - great for special occasions.
A great low key restaurant for date night. The sake selection was amazing and the wait staff were very helpful. We’ll be back soon!
It was awesome!
Dinner was disappointing for value. Fish was very fresh but garnishes were underwhelming. Did not order the right things-- perhaps that was the problem (ordered the chef's sampling sushi menu).
We were doing a three part gallery show, sushi and concert at Jordan Hall, traveling to and from car at office in Somerville. Fortunately the concert at Jordan Hall was a free diploma recital. So we had no compunction for sushi at Oichii! We are experienced sushi consumers; my first sushi was in 2964 as an exchange student. The diversity of the menu was fun; a real chance to sample beyond our normal fare. Loved the idea of real rock crab. Had the dumplings, plus the Ting Garden dumplings. Enjoyed our light Sunflower wine in lieu of beer or jot sake. But don’t fill up on the basic courses !! Save room for the over the top taste and visual presentation of their desserts. Because we had time to kill before our 8 pm concert we had hot tea and the coconut lemons Herbert sphere with coffee mousse and the black sesame bonbon in a chocolate chalice with a tall spun sugar bottle cover. Mind boggling experience.
Everything was great. Food was like art. Interesting menu. Not much on the walls too look at, but it's simplistic and helps with the ambiance and focus on the dishes.
I love this place for special occasions but I only wish that smaller parties could be seated in quieter areas. You’re right next to other diners and the kitchen as opposed to downstairs where it’s much more serene and enjoyable.
The food was amazing. Our waiter was great. We loved the atmosphere.
Amazing food! Have to try the wagyu sliders!
Our server was very attentive to the one hour we had to choose, drink and eat. Everything was very timely, delicious, and we made it to the theatre with a couple of minutes to spare! I will definitely be returning! P.S. who would’ve thought to put truffle oil on edamame? Oh, you guys, and it’s so good!!
Vastly overpriced. Food was nicely presented, and fish was good quality, but not worth paying double what I can pay at a local place for essentially the same quality of food. Atmosphere was noisy and uncozy with bad music choices. Service was inattentive. Not worth it, would not go back.
Great food and friendly and attentive staff! I would highly recommend.
Creative plating, extensive menu marred by somewhat soft technical execution. Sourcing was rather mediocre, the sushi rice was a bit “soggy”- we did love the shitaki roll and the scallop roll was perfectly crispy. It seemed a bit more grounded in hype than serious food.
Food, service, ambiance, and general experience were all great! If you don't mind the high price, then you definitely need to try Oishii.
It was amazing but very very expensive
Love it. Oishii, uni, pabu, are my favorite sushi places in Boston.
Great service and good food! Highly recommended.
The food is heavenly. The service was great. I only have 1 suggestion. The lighting was a bit too dim for me to read the menu.
Great service and food!!!
chef is amazing. best sushi in Boston.
As always, the food is amazing. Something for everyone, of all palates. The service is quick and easy.
Truly one of the most delicious nights I have had out in Boston in recent memory.
All dish were prepared with lovely presentation and were very delicious. Table are a bit tight, as you are much closer to the person sitting on the other table to your side then you are to the person you’re with across your table from you.
Best sushi anywhere. The fish is amazing and pairing exquisite
Omakase was superb and a great way to celebrate 🍾 in Boston
Second time dining at Oishii, but it’ll be my last. Had reservations for 3 weeks and they stuck my table in the basement in a back corner. Waitress was incredibly rude, and absent for most of the meal.
No one came by to ask how the food was, drinks went long periods empty, simple requests like keeping a drink menu at the table seemed to be a grave inconvenience to her.
Pork buns were good though, but my “The Maki” roll was mushy. The rolls ordered by the rest of my table were good. I still won’t be back, the service was really and truly poor.
We had a lot of fun, the hostess need to be more flexible with the clients....
We where 6 for the party and one more joined us, she said that was impossible and we almost went away but we convinced her and we had one of the most wonderful experience in Boston
Sophisticated food. We loved our server suggestions.
Food service was v slow
And wait staff didn’t seem to care
had only been to the Oishii in Chestnut Hill (now closed), but remember their food being much better than this. Rock shrimp tempura were tasteless, and the wasabi/soy did little to help. The vegetable dumpling reminded me of a subtler version of samosa, and was nice. The miso soup was a small portion, not sufficiently warm, and the flavor just ok. The king crab maki had the crab on the outside, unincorporated, making the dip into the soy problematic. The taste was underwhelming.
Had dinner here for my birthday and it was a great experience. The good was so good and different than most places and the wait staff were so personable and knowledgeable that made us feel very comfortable. I had an amazing time.