Oishii Boston


South End

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Oishii is the perfect spot if you want a high-end omakase that’s a little extra. The vibes here are dark, sexy, and moody, and they do a great six-course option for $225. That might seem shockingly high for way fewer bites than you’d get at other spots around town, but the courses here are bigger and feature more cooked stuff, like crispy rice with spicy tuna, various tempura dishes, and poached lobster. The menu changes often, but we’ve eaten some incredible king crab maki and a plate of crispy scallops with shiso and wagyu.

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