Great loved it
This was the most perfect restaurant experience my wife and I have ever had. There was not one iota of the meal we would change.
The best food in Boston and I don’t say that without a lot of thought. Outstanding service as well. A must for any foodie. Casual relaxed atmosphere. It’s gotten international attention as well. On our last visit we sat next to a restaurateur from Berlin who was traveling to a few places in the US to get some new ideas.
Amazing attention to detail... each bite is like the only bite.
As someone who work in a restaurant this restaurant take you on a journey with their service and food. Everything was excellently crafted from their sashimi to their fried mochi doughnuts. Anni, our server hospitality was 2nd to none!
What a lovely dinner! Such great, thoughtful service. Everything was exquisite.
This is the second time I have been to O Ya and I will be back again. The food is better than amazing and the staff is knowledgeable about all of the crazy sushi and immense wine/sake list. Every roll was a flavor bomb exploded and then danced around my mouth with every bite.
No joke sushi
Amazing food. Did the 17 course tasting menu- was out of this world. Truly a special occasion treat, looking forward to my next dining experience with O Ya!
Simply an amazing culinary experience. Michael and Kate made the evening truly memorable. Cant wait to go back.
The overall experience at O Ya was phenomenal. The food was absolutely delectable and the service and atmosphere were incomparable. I look forward to my next visit.
In all the places in the world, o ya is my favorite restaurant. It’s that simple.
An outrageously expensive experience ... worth every penny!
The sushi is high quality but the portion size is tiny. Other sushi restaurants have equal quality at more reasonable prices. There is no reason to support this restaurant unless you like overpaying.
Been to many sushi places and this place is right there with the best of them. Got the grand omakase and each small bite was spot-on with taste and beauty. All the ingredients used were top quality and amazingly decadent and indulgent: uni, truffle, osetra caviar, toro, swordfish belly, dark chocolate, etc. go for a mind-blowing experience!
Can’t say enough good things about this place.... Total culinary experience!
O’YA is the best sushi! We are from Hawaii and have tons of great sushi available but this is our 2nd time in Boston and 2nd time at O’YA and it is amazing! Will be back again!!!
The food was extraordinary. Each dish presented was a work of art and delicious! Our server made the overall experience so special as she was not only helpful but shared in our delight as we enjoyed the evening!
Absolutely sublime! Everything from your greeting, the decor, service and exquisite cuisine is spot on. Highly recommend the Grand Omakase and Sake pairing. It is expensive but totally worth it. Our waiter Tim was both engaging and knowledgeable
It was fantastic. The servers and the cooks were incredibly friendly and knowledgeable. Loved chatting about how the food was cooked and about the alcohol background.
Generally amazing and staff smile beautifully which is good. There is only thing a little surprising that, with my reservation and on time arrival, we still have to stand out there for a while with some tables and bar-seats available in there. But food is totally amazing!!!! Though really expensive
Probably the best meal/ chef in Boston today. Hard to get a table. Very expensive. But absolutely worth it for transcendent food.
This was perhaps the best food I've ever eaten...Seriously.
However... I booked o ya 3 weeks in advance and confirmed with the reception on the date that I made the reservation that we would have a table for 4. They screwed up the my reservation. If you book through Open Table, you will be given the Sushi bar...not very accommodating for 4 people who are looking to talk. Be sure to call them and confirm if you want a table. I was a little surprised that didn't offer us something as an apology.
That being said, the rest of the experience was fantastic. That being said, the rest of the experience was fantastic. The fois gras w/ chocolate was the best mouthful of food I have ever had. Highly recommended.
One of the best restaurant experiences that we've ever had. Very high price point but worth it for special occasions.
It is very good, just not as expected. We can see our dish got ready but it was not served as soon as I want. Don't like it.
The bluefin maguro, uni toast, and salmon rau ram were particular highlights.
Food was excellent and staff and atmosphere was lovely. The food portions are extremely small (2 or 3 pieces) and very expensive.
I wanted to love this place for so many different reasons. Most of the food was very good but a fair amount was just ok and the most disappointing thing was that most of the menu was WAYYYY overpriced. Just to be clear I don't mean very expensive, I mean WAY overpriced.
Most dishes were 15 to 24 dollars PER BITE. Having dined at many highly acclaimed restaurants in my life this was by far the most expensive while being far from the best in many ways. We had like 10 dishes - maybe 3 were outstanding and 3 were mediocre and that shouldn't happen at this price level. Service was sub par, we were not offered dessert and the allergy that was noted was handled in an amateur manner with a few unannounced errors. Recommendations - The hamachi w/ banana peppers, foie gras and chocolate, wagyu strip loin and UNI toast. Was a nice experience to see what all the hype was about but sadly will not be returning.