Boston Restaurant Talk reports Enzo Sushi on Kneeland Street has shut down its conveyor belt for the last time.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Lola 41 is planning an outpost in Boston.
Liz recounts a sorry lunch at Osushi in Copley Place:
This place is only surviving on Groupon deals and unaware conference attendees. Donâ€™t go to Osushi (it's difficult to find in the mall, so maybe if you tried to go, you gave up and went somewhere else, anyway). There are plenty of less expensive sushi places in Boston that have fresh fish and good... Read more
Create a Cook is a cooking school for kids and adults in Newton Highlands... and on Jan 28th, this Saturday, we are hosting an Open House with WBOS radio. It's free, and it will be a lot of fun for all, we promise. We will have a make your own pasta room with all kinds of great toppings. Sushi, Pad Thai and... Read more
The owners of the Ginger Exchange in Inman Square go before the Boston Licensing Board on Wednesday for permission to buy the Savant Project's beer and wine license from the bank that now owns it and turn the 1625 Tremont St. location into a sushi joint that promises to "inject a not-so-subtle element of fun and interest in the pure enjoyment of good food."... Read more
The Boston Licensing Board today approved plans by Snappy Sushi to move into larger quarters and buy the beer and wine license owned by Sorento's, an Italian restaurant burned out of Peterborough Street last year.
Snappy Sushi is moving from its current location at 144 Newbury St. to the former Tealuxe at 108 Newbury St. at Clarendon, where it will have 44 indoor seats... Read more
Sure, you can get good sushi if you have a lot of money and, sure, Pittsburgh is inland, but Dave Copeland makes the case that day in, day out, you'll get better sushi there:
The reason Pittsburgh excelled is because it didnâ€™t have the glut of mid-level and hole-in-the-wall sushi places that Boston suffers from. Those places in Boston donâ€™t attract crowds because there... Read more
Tammy explains her growing discontent with Village Sushi and Grill in Roslindale Square.
Tammy reviews Oishii in the South End:
... EVERYTHING is delicious. EVERYTHING is exotic. EVERYTHING is mouth-watering. And, EVERYTHING is ridiculously expensive! ...
Andrew Teman notes with disgust the arrival in Allston of a frou-frou sushi bar and a salon that promises "Metropolitan Grooming For The Metropolitan Man:"
... I'd prefer Allston keep its Allston feel, and that the chic-Back-Bay joints stay over in the Back Bay, which isn't that far away.
Beantown Bloggery is distinctly unimpressed with the new sushi joint where Dick's Last Resort used to be in the Prudential Center.
Oga's on Rte. 9 in Natick? Beantown Bloggery has it on good authority - from a sushi-chef friend:
... How often does Daisuke eat there? I was told once a week. How often does his wife eat there? Once or twice a week. Daisuke's a pretty busy guy, so often times it's just his wife and a few of her friends. ...... Read more
The Roslindale Rambler is relieved to report that, despite some disquieting reports, Village Seafood and Sushi still serves up great sushi:
... Our beloved neighborhood sushi restaurant is much the same and perhaps even in some ways improved. As the temperatures start to turn cool, the better half and I look forward to trying anew some of stir fry and noodle dishes.... Read more
Kosher Blog relays the news that Shalom Beijing is closing as a kosher restaurant on July 25:
... While I would not recommend that BostonĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s next kosher venture be another pan-Asian restaurant, I think a nice kosher sushi joint would be a welcome addition.