Don't miss out. Working along Route 9 has been a treat over these past couple years and I must say that this is one of the best kept secrets in the area. I went there a couple years back with some co-workers and was awe struck by the decor, wait staff and above all else the food. They start you out with a soup and small salad, which is an added bonus and then onto what you're really there for. The sushi is freshly prepared and the price is very reasonable.
Don't be fooled by the exterior!. I had known this restaurant was there for quite some time, but the strip-mall location had always turned me off. I'm glad I gave it a try, because the interior is another world. Ambiance is wonderful. We were lucky to get a private booth (with curtain). Food was excellent. Sushi very fresh and presented well. Entrees were better than ever expected. Prompt service throughout the meal, and timely service of food. Definitely recommend!
10 times better than Oishii, Fugakyu or Ginza. Oishii is the freshest and best sushi place in Mass. Outstanding appetizer selection, and you can tell the chef has some real Japanese cuisine training. I'd go so far as to say it is as good as Iron Chef's Morimoto's in PA.
Hidden gem. The food here is fantastic. Very interesting rolls, but the appetizers and entrees are the best. Try the steak which comes on a small grill where you grill it yourself and eat it hot off the grill. The jidori chicken is delicious as is the hamachi appetizer (thin slices of hamachi with spicy sauce).
it's a feast!. We drove out to Natick from Boston w/ skepticisms initially, but the hour ride (+ $2/trip for Mass Pike) was definitely worth it! The food was just unbelievably delicious! We ordered monthly special appetizers (fushion), and two entrees, the beef houbayaki+gindara-yuuan-yaki(marinated silver cod)! The beef is quite good, though it's not the best Japanese beef dish. But you MUST try the cod! It's buttersoft w/ light soybean-saki taste. The portion is quite generous (they also give you some small sidedishes) so we hardly had room for dessert. The only imperfection is the taste of miso soup(quite mediocre) and quality of rice(not soft and fluffy like I'd expect in a high end Japanese restaurant). We spent $75 for 2(appetizers+entrees+desserts) so I think it's more like a $$$. The interior has a new age Zen feel, a big contrast from its unappealing exterior. They also have party rooms for special occasions.
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