Sakura-Bana Japanese Rstrnt

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HORRIBLE SERVICE!!!!

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★★★★★

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HORRIBLE SERVICE!!!!

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Great spot for an in and out lunch, however on the pricier side of bento boxes. One of the few sushi joints in the financial district.

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★★★★☆

Great spot for an in and out lunch, however on the pricier side of bento boxes. One of the few sushi joints in the financial district.

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This restaurant was great, a hidden gem!! On a Saturday night, there was only 2 other tables occupied and the sushi bar was hoppin'.

You get plenty of food for your money and the service is so welcoming.

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★★★★☆

This restaurant was great, a hidden gem!! On a Saturday night, there was only 2 other tables occupied and the sushi bar was hoppin'.

You get plenty of food for your money and the service is so welcoming.

Pros: Large assortment of sushi, great prices

Cons: N/A

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The sushi wasn't fresh, the tuna tasted fishy and made me feel sick. For sushi, that is a complete deal breaker!! I'll never go back. This is not good sushi.

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★☆☆☆☆

The sushi wasn't fresh, the tuna tasted fishy and made me feel sick. For sushi, that is a complete deal breaker!! I'll never go back. This is not good sushi.

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I got takeout, ordering the Sushi Lunch, on a Wednesday afternoon. I waited FORTY-FIVE minutes for takeout!!

The cashier said the sushi will be here every five minutes or so, but then she never actually went to check on it. I finally spoke up politely asking where my sushi is after 30 minutes, but after that she kept avoiding me, knowing that it was taking so long. Very inefficient service.

After the long wait, I expected the sushi to be ok. Unfortunately, I got WARM HOT and SOGGY Fish, instead of the fresh cool ones that I am used to eating.

I am a huge sushi fan, but NEVER will I come to this hole-in-the-wall every again.

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★☆☆☆☆

I got takeout, ordering the Sushi Lunch, on a Wednesday afternoon. I waited FORTY-FIVE minutes for takeout!!

The cashier said the sushi will be here every five minutes or so, but then she never actually went to check on it. I finally spoke up politely asking where my sushi is after 30 minutes, but after that she kept avoiding me, knowing that it was taking so long. Very inefficient service.

After the long wait, I expected the sushi to be ok. Unfortunately, I got WARM HOT and SOGGY Fish, instead of the fresh cool ones that I am used to eating.

I am a huge sushi fan, but NEVER will I come to this hole-in-the-wall every again.

Cons: Food, crappy service

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Pretty good for the only sushi restaurant in the FD. Lines are really long at lunch, but if you go late morning/early afternoon it's pretty quick and the food tastes fresh. Good selection and not bad price.

1
★★★☆☆

Pretty good for the only sushi restaurant in the FD. Lines are really long at lunch, but if you go late morning/early afternoon it's pretty quick and the food tastes fresh. Good selection and not bad price.

Pros: convenient downtown

Cons: construction outside, long lunch wait

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This place has the BEST sushi around! It gets pretty busy in there during lunch with the financial district crowd. I have been there a handful of times and have had consistent service and great food every time. If you like sushi you will love this place!

1
★★★☆☆

This place has the BEST sushi around! It gets pretty busy in there during lunch with the financial district crowd. I have been there a handful of times and have had consistent service and great food every time. If you like sushi you will love this place!

Pros: Best Sushi!

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I have been to Sakura-Bana several times and not once have I been impressed. It really is the only place to get sushi for people working in the financial district, and that is the only reason I go back. I recently tried Ginza in China town, and for those of you who can make it over there for lunch, I recommend doing so. The fish is much fresher and for about the same price.

1
★★★☆☆

I have been to Sakura-Bana several times and not once have I been impressed. It really is the only place to get sushi for people working in the financial district, and that is the only reason I go back. I recently tried Ginza in China town, and for those of you who can make it over there for lunch, I recommend doing so. The fish is much fresher and for about the same price.

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This sushi place is the best I've tried so far. There's so much variety to choose from the menu. They've got great service. The line up can be long at times but it's quick. The staff is really friendly and accomodating. They always greet you with a pleasant smile. It's one of the best places in Boston. They even offer takeout and delivery. Sakurabana will always be a great choice.

2
★★★★★

This sushi place is the best I've tried so far. There's so much variety to choose from the menu. They've got great service. The line up can be long at times but it's quick. The staff is really friendly and accomodating. They always greet you with a pleasant smile. It's one of the best places in Boston. They even offer takeout and delivery. Sakurabana will always be a great choice.

Pros: menu, takeout,service

Cons: none

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I have eaten at many of the sushi restaurants Boston has to offer and after 5 years I still find myself heading back to Sakurabana. The diverse list of sushi/sashimi is always fresh and servings are generous. The creative styles of maki offered are plenty. It's rather busy at lunch, but usually worth the wait. The waitstaff is very friendly and helpful. I don't drink much, but my friends love the sake cocktails. Try going in the evening when you can avoid the crowd, relax more, enjoy the good food and even catch the Red Sox on the big screen TVs.

2
★★★★☆

I have eaten at many of the sushi restaurants Boston has to offer and after 5 years I still find myself heading back to Sakurabana. The diverse list of sushi/sashimi is always fresh and servings are generous. The creative styles of maki offered are plenty. It's rather busy at lunch, but usually worth the wait. The waitstaff is very friendly and helpful. I don't drink much, but my friends love the sake cocktails. Try going in the evening when you can avoid the crowd, relax more, enjoy the good food and even catch the Red Sox on the big screen TVs.

Pros: Fresh Sushi, Reasonable Prices

Cons: Lack of Parking

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I've been this restaurant for 2 years since I work around down town. Sushi-Sashimi is the best I ever had. Fatty tuna, blue-fin tuna, white tuna and salmon are very fresh. Bonito tuna sashimi..uhh..very yummy. This restaurant is always very busy and always has long line at lunch time. If you don't like to wait in line, you can try to check it out at dinner time. I have chances to be there for dinners on Friday nights. Dinner time is usually not so busy that I don't have to wait and I get friendly service. The price is reasonable too.

2
★★★★★

I've been this restaurant for 2 years since I work around down town. Sushi-Sashimi is the best I ever had. Fatty tuna, blue-fin tuna, white tuna and salmon are very fresh. Bonito tuna sashimi..uhh..very yummy. This restaurant is always very busy and always has long line at lunch time. If you don't like to wait in line, you can try to check it out at dinner time. I have chances to be there for dinners on Friday nights. Dinner time is usually not so busy that I don't have to wait and I get friendly service. The price is reasonable too.

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as matter of fact, it's the one and only sushi restaurant in downtown boston (F-dist)
I am so glad that I am working just the other side of the street. I go there at least 3 times a week. thank god... they never let me down so for (for about 5 yrs) I know one thing for sure that nobody would beat their price / quality. I see the fish dilivery truck almost every day on my way to work, so I assume that they use fresh fish.
be there early around 11:30 or try at later time so you can relax a bit.
i am willing to try this place for dinner some day as another review mentioned.

2
★★★★★

as matter of fact, it's the one and only sushi restaurant in downtown boston (F-dist)
I am so glad that I am working just the other side of the street. I go there at least 3 times a week. thank god... they never let me down so for (for about 5 yrs) I know one thing for sure that nobody would beat their price / quality. I see the fish dilivery truck almost every day on my way to work, so I assume that they use fresh fish.
be there early around 11:30 or try at later time so you can relax a bit.
i am willing to try this place for dinner some day as another review mentioned.

Pros: fresh sushi

Cons: too busy sometimes

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A group of friends and I came to lunch and asked if they still had the half off suhi combo deal. The waiter came over with a menu and told us that everything on one page would be half off. (we very explicitly pointed to items on the menu and asked "will this be half off?" ...just to make sure, it sounded to good to be true.) So we all ordered large combos and drinks thinking this was a great deal. But when the bill came the waiter told us nothing was going to be discounted and that there was no manager present for me to talk to, and there would be one avalible all day. We all heard him say half off and saw him point at items at the menu. It was absurd that there was NO ONE for us to try and work out our poblem with. We ended up paying a ridiculous anoumt for for mediocre food. If you do go watch out for a waiter named KOGO.

HE SCAMMED MY FRIENDS AND I.

I have since called them and left message for the manager and noone will return my calls.

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★☆☆☆☆

A group of friends and I came to lunch and asked if they still had the half off suhi combo deal. The waiter came over with a menu and told us that everything on one page would be half off. (we very explicitly pointed to items on the menu and asked "will this be half off?" ...just to make sure, it sounded to good to be true.) So we all ordered large combos and drinks thinking this was a great deal. But when the bill came the waiter told us nothing was going to be discounted and that there was no manager present for me to talk to, and there would be one avalible all day. We all heard him say half off and saw him point at items at the menu. It was absurd that there was NO ONE for us to try and work out our poblem with. We ended up paying a ridiculous anoumt for for mediocre food. If you do go watch out for a waiter named KOGO.

HE SCAMMED MY FRIENDS AND I.

I have since called them and left message for the manager and noone will return my calls.

Pros: ??

Cons: Horrible service, waste of money

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I just don't get the raves for the sushi at this restaurant. Perhaps I have unusual expectations? I've eaten at this restaurant 3 times now at dinner time (I live close by) and I have to say that I am disappointed in the quality of the sushi they serve.

On my first visit, I sat at the sushi bar. They REALLY want you to order from the menu, and appeared confused/annoyed when I asked for "whatever the chef recommends... omakase."

Finally, chef handed me a platter of 10 pieces of sushi without comment (yes, he speaks English). Not what I'm used to. I expected the chef to deliver a piece or two at a time on the sushi bar, in proper progression, and explain what I was being given.

What was delivered was fresh, including the daily "specials". I found the fish to be thick for the portion of rice provided. I was not impressed by the chef's knife work or cleanliness (both adequate, not exceptional).

OK, so they don't want to do recommendations. Fine.

On my second visit, I sat at a table and ordered one of the "set plates" -- The Sushi Love. It was decent, but not thrilling. Competently prepared and fresh. Not exceptional in any way.

On my third visit, I sat at a table and ordered a set of nigiri sushi and makki from the menu. The sushi arrived in random order which is a BAD idea (if you don't know what I'm talking about here, when you're eating several different types of sushi/sashimi it's always best eaten in order from "light" to "heavy" tasting -- sort of like a wine-tasting). Again, the fish was NOT well cut. Pieces falling apart (both nigiri and makki), makki pieces waay to big, sushi cut unevenly, etc.

So, folks, I don't get the raves I read here. I find Sakurabana a decent "order a set plate from the menu" sushi experience. Not bad, but CERTAINLY not what I had expected from what another reviewer called "best sushi in Boston."

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★★★☆☆

I just don't get the raves for the sushi at this restaurant. Perhaps I have unusual expectations? I've eaten at this restaurant 3 times now at dinner time (I live close by) and I have to say that I am disappointed in the quality of the sushi they serve.

On my first visit, I sat at the sushi bar. They REALLY want you to order from the menu, and appeared confused/annoyed when I asked for "whatever the chef recommends... omakase."

Finally, chef handed me a platter of 10 pieces of sushi without comment (yes, he speaks English). Not what I'm used to. I expected the chef to deliver a piece or two at a time on the sushi bar, in proper progression, and explain what I was being given.

What was delivered was fresh, including the daily "specials". I found the fish to be thick for the portion of rice provided. I was not impressed by the chef's knife work or cleanliness (both adequate, not exceptional).

OK, so they don't want to do recommendations. Fine.

On my second visit, I sat at a table and ordered one of the "set plates" -- The Sushi Love. It was decent, but not thrilling. Competently prepared and fresh. Not exceptional in any way.

On my third visit, I sat at a table and ordered a set of nigiri sushi and makki from the menu. The sushi arrived in random order which is a BAD idea (if you don't know what I'm talking about here, when you're eating several different types of sushi/sashimi it's always best eaten in order from "light" to "heavy" tasting -- sort of like a wine-tasting). Again, the fish was NOT well cut. Pieces falling apart (both nigiri and makki), makki pieces waay to big, sushi cut unevenly, etc.

So, folks, I don't get the raves I read here. I find Sakurabana a decent "order a set plate from the menu" sushi experience. Not bad, but CERTAINLY not what I had expected from what another reviewer called "best sushi in Boston."

Pros: fresh

Cons: sushi preparation sub-standard

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The restaurant gets packed during the lunch hour, but is much less crowded for dinner. Service is can be quick and somewhat hurried at peak times, but servers are still polite and willing to answer questions.

People tend to rave about the sushi, and I agree that it's very good compared to other area offerings. Just don't expect the greatest sushi ever. The quality of the fish itself is very good, but pieces used in the maki rolls are often sliced up ends of whatever was used for the nigiri sushi.

The other menu items are pretty much authentic Japanese cuisine. There was way too much hakusai in the nebayaki-udon, but other items I've had were well done: tempura didn't have too much batter and the unaju's sauce didn't overwhelm the eel.

Overall, this is a solid choice for authentic Japanese food in the downtown area.

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★★★★☆

The restaurant gets packed during the lunch hour, but is much less crowded for dinner. Service is can be quick and somewhat hurried at peak times, but servers are still polite and willing to answer questions.

People tend to rave about the sushi, and I agree that it's very good compared to other area offerings. Just don't expect the greatest sushi ever. The quality of the fish itself is very good, but pieces used in the maki rolls are often sliced up ends of whatever was used for the nigiri sushi.

The other menu items are pretty much authentic Japanese cuisine. There was way too much hakusai in the nebayaki-udon, but other items I've had were well done: tempura didn't have too much batter and the unaju's sauce didn't overwhelm the eel.

Overall, this is a solid choice for authentic Japanese food in the downtown area.

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This is it. This is the best Sushi in Boston. Fugakyu is also this good, but Fugakyu is big, expensive and crowded. If you eat dinner at Sakura Bana, you won't be disappointed. Lunch is more of a crowded affair as you'll compete with the business class. The only reservation is that the rice will taste ... different. I actually like it, but it is notably different. More vinegar less sugar perhaps? Sushi is perpetually fresh, perfectly sized, appropriately and consistently wasabied. I have tried all other boston sushi joints, and this is the one you want to go to. One of the few boston restaurants that could survive in NYC.

2
★★★★★

This is it. This is the best Sushi in Boston. Fugakyu is also this good, but Fugakyu is big, expensive and crowded. If you eat dinner at Sakura Bana, you won't be disappointed. Lunch is more of a crowded affair as you'll compete with the business class. The only reservation is that the rice will taste ... different. I actually like it, but it is notably different. More vinegar less sugar perhaps? Sushi is perpetually fresh, perfectly sized, appropriately and consistently wasabied. I have tried all other boston sushi joints, and this is the one you want to go to. One of the few boston restaurants that could survive in NYC.

Pros: Sushi

Cons: Location

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Pretty much all of the "vegetarian" options contained fish sauce or broth, including the miso soup. The only thing that was totally fine was the vegetable tempura, which was yummy but kind of greasy and heavy.

1
★★★☆☆

Pretty much all of the "vegetarian" options contained fish sauce or broth, including the miso soup. The only thing that was totally fine was the vegetable tempura, which was yummy but kind of greasy and heavy.

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being french (we are known to be picky for food), sakura bana was a great experience. The chefs are very friendly and nice. the sushi fresh like a mountain spring, get the 'godzilla' roll if you want something amazing. other than that everything i tasted was good on the menu. it was a great time and i will go back soon, i recommend for people whom want to enjoy a nice and peaceful time eating sushi.

2
★★★★★

being french (we are known to be picky for food), sakura bana was a great experience. The chefs are very friendly and nice. the sushi fresh like a mountain spring, get the 'godzilla' roll if you want something amazing. other than that everything i tasted was good on the menu. it was a great time and i will go back soon, i recommend for people whom want to enjoy a nice and peaceful time eating sushi.

Pros: service, clean, fresh sushi

Cons: location

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I am japanese and moved to Boston a year ago. I could not find such a good restraunt with resonable price in Boston. I do not know what kind of sushi is popular in US but I can tell that sushi in this restaurant is real Japanese one. Also miso soup is so nice. I can recommend this restaurant especially for lunch.

2
★★★★★

I am japanese and moved to Boston a year ago. I could not find such a good restraunt with resonable price in Boston. I do not know what kind of sushi is popular in US but I can tell that sushi in this restaurant is real Japanese one. Also miso soup is so nice. I can recommend this restaurant especially for lunch.

Pros: Good price, True sushi, Good service

Cons: No parking

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Sakurabana has the best sushi in Boston, period. I lived in Japan for a few years and rarely had sushi as good. The fish is fresh and prepared by true, trained professionals. The rice, an often overlooked ingredient is perfectly cooked and seasoned. From wonderful sushi to the humble Gyu-Don beef over rice, you will not find better made Japanese food.
It is rare to find a sushi restaurant that is staffed by actual Japanese who have been properly trained. If you have never had sushi, or even if you have, you do yourself a great service to eat at Sakurabana.

2
★★★★★

Sakurabana has the best sushi in Boston, period. I lived in Japan for a few years and rarely had sushi as good. The fish is fresh and prepared by true, trained professionals. The rice, an often overlooked ingredient is perfectly cooked and seasoned. From wonderful sushi to the humble Gyu-Don beef over rice, you will not find better made Japanese food.
It is rare to find a sushi restaurant that is staffed by actual Japanese who have been properly trained. If you have never had sushi, or even if you have, you do yourself a great service to eat at Sakurabana.

Pros: Food, Service , Price

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I happened upon this gem while staying at a hotel nearby. Since then, I moved to Boston and have tried many other places. Food wise, nothing compares to this. Yes, the atmosphere is very bland. The upside to that is it is completely unpretentious. The staff are geniunely kind. It does a big lunch business and once the financial district clears out, it is very easy to get into at dinner time. There is never a wait for a table and if I decide to drive, I have had good luck finding street parking within a few blocks. Everything is great but the spicy scallop rolls are absolutely incredible!

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★★★★★

I happened upon this gem while staying at a hotel nearby. Since then, I moved to Boston and have tried many other places. Food wise, nothing compares to this. Yes, the atmosphere is very bland. The upside to that is it is completely unpretentious. The staff are geniunely kind. It does a big lunch business and once the financial district clears out, it is very easy to get into at dinner time. There is never a wait for a table and if I decide to drive, I have had good luck finding street parking within a few blocks. Everything is great but the spicy scallop rolls are absolutely incredible!

Pros: Fresh fish, Spicy Scallop Roll, Friendly staff

Cons: bland atmosphere

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Passable, but entirely unremarkable sushi joint. The prices aren't that great - there are other places that give you more and include a salad with lunch for less. I would rate the sushi/sashimi good. The rice that came along with the sashimi was mushy and too sticky and not really edible.

Plus, there's a distinct lack of ambience here. I know Citysearch says minimalist, but there's stylish minimalist versus some wood tables and chairs from Target. This is fine if you are really craving sushi, but beyond that, there are better places for lunch in the area.

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★★★☆☆

Passable, but entirely unremarkable sushi joint. The prices aren't that great - there are other places that give you more and include a salad with lunch for less. I would rate the sushi/sashimi good. The rice that came along with the sashimi was mushy and too sticky and not really edible.

Plus, there's a distinct lack of ambience here. I know Citysearch says minimalist, but there's stylish minimalist versus some wood tables and chairs from Target. This is fine if you are really craving sushi, but beyond that, there are better places for lunch in the area.

Pros: Fresh sushi, Menu design

Cons: Decor, ambience

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The sushi and sashimi were very fresh & outstanding. The service staff was friendly. If you want to try something new, you won't go wrong w/ their recommendation of the day displayed on the TV monitor.
My in-laws travel Japan frequently and they were impressed w/ my selection of this restaurant.

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★★★★★

The sushi and sashimi were very fresh & outstanding. The service staff was friendly. If you want to try something new, you won't go wrong w/ their recommendation of the day displayed on the TV monitor.
My in-laws travel Japan frequently and they were impressed w/ my selection of this restaurant.

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Sakurabana's sushi has always been terrific. But, if you go Monday nights 5-7pm, their Sushi Deluxe is 1/2 OFF (only $8.50!) However, this special only applies to the Sushi Deluxe. It may apply tuesday nights too.

Whenever I go, I also always get the Spicy Scallop roll. It's DELICIOUS! The other rolls are also very good.

2
★★★★★

Sakurabana's sushi has always been terrific. But, if you go Monday nights 5-7pm, their Sushi Deluxe is 1/2 OFF (only $8.50!) However, this special only applies to the Sushi Deluxe. It may apply tuesday nights too.

Whenever I go, I also always get the Spicy Scallop roll. It's DELICIOUS! The other rolls are also very good.

Pros: Great Food, Awesome value

Cons: Location

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Food was excellent. Very, Very Fresh!!!!
Cute cozy atmosphere and the prices were good.

2
★★★★★

Food was excellent. Very, Very Fresh!!!!
Cute cozy atmosphere and the prices were good.

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This is an unpretentious sushi place in which they serve inventive sushi dishes comparable to Oishii Sushi but at a lower price. The sushi is fresh and the wait staff is friendly.. Highly recommended!

2
★★★★★

This is an unpretentious sushi place in which they serve inventive sushi dishes comparable to Oishii Sushi but at a lower price. The sushi is fresh and the wait staff is friendly.. Highly recommended!

Pros: yummy food, creative sushi, location (in boston)

Cons: parking, not so elegant ambien

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With fresh cuts of fish and the best sushi chefs in Boston this place is hard to beat. I've eaten at all the great sushi restaurants in Boston and this is the hands down winner. A little know place in Cambridge called Sweet Chili comes in second and Gyuhama is my third place pick. The interior is bland and the orders take a little while...but the sushi is unreal!

2
★★★★★

With fresh cuts of fish and the best sushi chefs in Boston this place is hard to beat. I've eaten at all the great sushi restaurants in Boston and this is the hands down winner. A little know place in Cambridge called Sweet Chili comes in second and Gyuhama is my third place pick. The interior is bland and the orders take a little while...but the sushi is unreal!

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I've been to all the sushi joints in Boston, they all have their unique menu items and other high points, but if you want the BEST sushi you have to to to Sakura-Bana. Lunch is good, but for dinners, especially on the weekend, they really take their time and the suchi is breath-taking. A fantastic third date - it's too good for a first or second date and you don't want to look too eager.

2
★★★★★

I've been to all the sushi joints in Boston, they all have their unique menu items and other high points, but if you want the BEST sushi you have to to to Sakura-Bana. Lunch is good, but for dinners, especially on the weekend, they really take their time and the suchi is breath-taking. A fantastic third date - it's too good for a first or second date and you don't want to look too eager.

Pros: Exquisite sushi, Exquisite service

Cons: Cheezy videos, interior decorations

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This place has the BEST quality sushi in Boston hands-down! I'm a regular at Ginza, Gyuhama, Takashima, Kaya, the list goes on...but Sakura-Bana by far is my special treat. The fish is SO fresh. I highly recommend the Rock n Roll, the Spicy Scallop roll, Godzilla Roll and the Salmon Skin Ae (an appetizer).

Cons: Cooked dishes need major improvement. Presentation is not as good as the other Japanese restaurants like Ginza and Gyuhama. Service can be slow at times.

2
★★★★★

This place has the BEST quality sushi in Boston hands-down! I'm a regular at Ginza, Gyuhama, Takashima, Kaya, the list goes on...but Sakura-Bana by far is my special treat. The fish is SO fresh. I highly recommend the Rock n Roll, the Spicy Scallop roll, Godzilla Roll and the Salmon Skin Ae (an appetizer).

Cons: Cooked dishes need major improvement. Presentation is not as good as the other Japanese restaurants like Ginza and Gyuhama. Service can be slow at times.

Pros: Good atmosphere

Cons: Street parking

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I just recently started going here during my lunch hour. The food is fabulous and always reasonably priced. Be sure to call in your take-out orders or you won't make it back to your office during your life-time.

The sushi is very good and VERY FRESH. I had the spicy tekka roll which was very flavorful and not too spicy. The brave ones can add heaps of wasabi if they'd like to.

2
★★★★★

I just recently started going here during my lunch hour. The food is fabulous and always reasonably priced. Be sure to call in your take-out orders or you won't make it back to your office during your life-time.

The sushi is very good and VERY FRESH. I had the spicy tekka roll which was very flavorful and not too spicy. The brave ones can add heaps of wasabi if they'd like to.

Pros: Amazing food, Take-out, Unbeatable prices

Cons: A bit slow, Lunch time rush crazy

 

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