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OGA's - definitely passed the don't-serve-raw-food law

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OGA's - definitely passed the don't-serve-raw-food law

Nikken | Sep 27, 2002 11:30 PM

Most of my Japanese friends praise the OGA's at Natick. So I was tricked by it one time after the other. First time when I went there to have sukiyaki beef, the beef was extremely overcooked. It was so tough & dried.

Tonight we went again & the teriyaki chicken was equally overcooked, tasteless & tough. It wasn't marinated one bit & seemed like they cooked it from its frozen form.

There has been a saying that shitty restaurants in Boston can survive cos' you got new students in every year who are willing to try almost anything once. Sounds like they are right. How can this place which serves such shitty food enjoyed a 75% full house? Are Bostonians really that forgiving & low taste on Asian foods?

Sorry that every time I post, seems like I only report the bad ones. I guess I just take this place for my own venting use. So thank you for listening. I will share with you one very good & underrated retaurant in my other post.

Nikken

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