Travel: O Ya Restaurant in Boston

You would expect the best sushi to be in New York– at least in the United States. Well, I haven’t tried every sushi restaurant there is, but one indispensable house of sushi is most certainly O Ya Restaurant near Boston South Station. Tucked away a block or two from the iconic train station, this little place is doing huge things with the best fish in the sea.

Bluefin Tuna Tataki

Bluefin Tuna Tataki

Almost everything you order at O Ya is that frustrating just-want-one-more-bite size. Flavors burst gloriously with undertones of Japaneseย herbs or just a hint of sear. The owners of O Ya might be white-Americans, but they’ve nailed the creative precision of Japanese cuisine. I’m a fan.

Kumamoto Oyster with watermelon pearls, cucumber mignonette

Kumamoto Oyster with watermelon pearls, cucumber mignonette

Three talented chefs!

Three talented chefs!

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