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1166 Washington Apt 303
Boston, MA 02118
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- Sunday: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - Midnight
- Wednesday: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - Midnight
- Thursday: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - Midnight
- Friday: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - Midnight
- Saturday: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm, 5:30 pm - Midnight
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4.9 of 5.0 from 41 reviews
price range:more than $50
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Oishii Boston Reviews
Edamame mousse was awesome.
by Alex S.
Get the o-toro!!!
by Lauren J.
one of the best sushi @ boston
by Javier L.
Some of the best sushi I have had anywhere in the world. The Foie Gras sushi is an extremely but necessary indulgence.
by Stephen G.
Best sushi I've ever had. Mai Tais are fantastic.
by Matt C.
Sleek spot that's perfect for impressing dates and colleagues. From traditional sushi to a show-stopping dish with flaming salmon on a lemongrass stalk, every meal is beautiful. [Eater 38 Member]
Excelente! Escolha os Makis, são deliciosos e valem a pena. (Excellent! Makis are deliciuous and worth!)
by Moises R.
Creative fresh sushi in a pleasant environment. What a great way to end the day. Pricy....but worth it.
by Jason H.
Try the Coconut Sphere - Feast for the eyes and mouth. Amazing. (via @Foodspotting)
by Will L.
Amazing food. Kobe beef, hamachi, tuna tartar with caviar, salmon on fire and etc.
by Ekaterina O.
The Sakura-smoked hamachi sashimi was featured on Food Network's "The Best Thing I Ever Ate."
by Mike S.
expensive. but worth it. go here. it is incredible. perhaps the best meal of my life. if not, definitely up there. wow. wow. wow. yum. holy shit go here ASAP. fly here for it.
by Spencer S.
Don't let the pretentious waitstaff sway you. They must have to remember 2 pg of info before coming to the table. You'll that the food network has featured them instead of their own opinion . Perfect!
Best in Boston
by Andrey G.
Go with the Salmon over the tuna. Has a wonderful light taste! Highly recommend the speciality rolls!
by Lisa H.
Try the Sudachi And Seared Hamachi Maki (via @Foodspotting)
by Alex R.
Best sushi place in Boston hands down. Quite pricey but totally worth it. Let's go sometime.
by Kevin W.
The Squid Ink Noodles are the Best!
by Victor M.
Overpriced and overrated!
by Sasha S.
Boston has its fair share of sushi, but Oishii always manages to rise to the top of the list, and is often referred to as the best in all of New England. [Eater 38 Member]
toro and truffles
by DAVID D.
Order the specials of the day...can't miss!
by Mona T.
The hard part is finding your way into this barely marked sushi destination. The rest is easy. We head straight for the specialty rolls.
by Boston Magazine
Ask for the special they're usually amazing!
Exceptional sushi with creative, artistic offerings; the lunch special is a fantastic value. Be sure to tack on an order of the smoky broiled edamame. And be prepared to order seconds.
by The Feast
Coconut sphere dessert is to die for!!
by Vivian S.
Japan Fundraiser At Oishii - On April 3, Oishii will host a fundraiser where chef Tim Yeng enlists the culinary aid of friends. 100% of the $100 per person meal will go to the Japan Red Cross Society.
Try the Coconut Sphere and spot it on Foodspotting!
An oasis of calm, the beautifully crafted rolls and nagiri is top quality. The waterwall brings the simple elegance of Japan to Boston. -Tania Peterson, Top Chef Just Desserts
Get cucumber avacado roll with the cucumber wrap!
Great sushi! Also the seabass is amazing...
by Hannah K.
Oishii has the most creative sushi in town - try the Kobe beef with pear or steamed lobster with cucumber and avocado. And it's tricky to find - look for two swimming fish etched into the front door.
Last note: the Nabeyaki Udon - pretty spectacular, as is the crab in tempura batter with risotto. Yum!
by Boon Y.
Again, BEST dirty martinis in town! The tobiko with quail egg is spectacular. Summer ceviche highly recommended! :-)
by Boon Y.
Try the "white tiger" maki. It practically melts in your mouth.
by Mike P.
Try the gourmet bar snacks from 5:30–6:30 PM and 10–11:30 PM Tuesdays through Saturdays (and 5:30–9:45 PM on Sundays). Small bites like risotto and Kobe sliders are only $6.
You can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Esp the spectacular the otoro app, grilled black cod, the toro truffle maki, the spicy scallop maki, and the delicious nabeyaki. Great martinis, too!
by Boon Y.
one of the best sushi spots in Boston (South End)...great mixed drinks as well
by Gina L.
At Oishii any mixed drink is freshly made with fresh fruits and herbs. Absolutely ridiculous drinks
by Courtney D.
Omakase is the way to order here.
by Patrick C.
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