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Oishii in the South End is a great omakase spot that’s perfect for when you can’t get into O Ya.
The 10 Best Sushi Restaurants In Boston
Sushi is always a good idea. Especially at one of these spots.
Umami is an omakase-only sushi restaurant in North Cambridge. Not only is it good, it also has one of the most affordable omakase options in Boston.
No Relation is a secret sushi counter inside of a South End tiki bar that’s also kind of a secret.
Fat Baby is a sushi place in South Boston where the focus less on the sushi and more on the fun.
Sweet Rice is a casual Thai/sushi place Jamaica Plain. It’s a good option for a casual bite if you’re in the neighborhood.
Laughing Monk Cafe
The Laughing Monk Cafe is a Thai-Japanese restaurant in Mission Hill that has some sneakily great sushi.
Ebi Sushi is a casual sushi spot in Union Square, and it’s just one more reason we’re jealous of people who live in Union Square.
Mad Monkfish is a sushi restaurant with live jazz in Central Square.
Pabu is a sleek izakaya on the second floor of the Millennium Tower downtown.
Basho Japanese Brasserie
Basho is a cool and casual Japanese spot in the Fenway with sushi and a big menu of small plates.
Cafe Sushi is an excellent sushi place in Harvard Square.