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Nobu quality sushi in Boston?

rebrivved | Jun 9, 200801:27 PM     22

I've eaten at Matsuhisa, Morimoto and the Hump. So my sushi bar is high. I moved to Boston 2 years ago. So far, I've been disappointed in the quality of sushi here. O-Ya is good. But, not amazing. Ate at Oishii in the SE Saturday night and was greatly disappointed. The sushi bar felt an assembly line. And not in a good way. The chefs made no contact with the patrons. And the sushi and sashimi was far from inventive. And not as fresh as it should be. In fact, I was horrified to see one of the sushi chefs carving up a frozen filet of salmon. Boston has many acclaimed restaurants: L'Espalier, Blue Ginger, No. 9 Park. Surely there must be a sushi restaurant of the same standard. Anyone?

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