Review: Traditional Japanese Food at Koi

Review: Traditional Japanese Food at Koi
On the refurbished part of Alcântara, on a gallery of an ancient factory, Koi is much more than another Japanese restaurant serving sushi and sashimi. Its name, Koi, means love and may well express the dedication of a former pub and fashion photographer that decided to follow his dream 4 years ago. As you enter the place you may feel his dedication and love to it through the way you are welcomed, served and obviously the most important, by the food you are given. The walls too show some of his art...
October 6th, 2010 | Alexandre Kühl Oliveira | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: eating, japanese, restaurant, sashimi, sushi

Uni: The Sashimi Bar at Clio in the Eliot Hotel

  Tucked inside the Eliot Hotel you will find  Uni, a small gem of a sashimi bar. It’s an attractive space where the stylish and confident perch at the bar to indulge in sake and conversation with amiable Chef Chris Chung who has turned sashimi making into an art form. The absolute must-order item? Chef Chung’s sashimi combination platter of imaginatively presented slices of fresh, gorgeous raw fish. It’s his choice, but expect to see salmon, octopus, and tuna, along with several other selections....
May 14th, 2009 | Maria Olia | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Boston sushi restaurants, Japanese cuisine in Boston, Restaurants & Bars, sake bars, sashimi

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