Ginza Japanese Restaurant

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Ginza is a restaurant off of St. Mary's Street which makes it a pretty convenient location for people in Brookline or Boston. I have had the udon and tonkatsu here for lunch before. The food here is prepared well and the portions are a good deal for the price. The service here is fine, but nothing spectacular. I would recommend them if you are looking for Japanese food, but maybe not for the sushi because I am not sure that their sashimi would be great.

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Ginza is a restaurant off of St. Mary's Street which makes it a pretty convenient location for people in Brookline or Boston. I have had the udon and tonkatsu here for lunch before. The food here is prepared well and the portions are a good deal for the price. The service here is fine, but nothing spectacular. I would recommend them if you are looking for Japanese food, but maybe not for the sushi because I am not sure that their sashimi would be great.

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My friends and I love getting sushi here on a regular basis because it is a great place for groups and a comfortable dining setting. Unlike a lot of sushi restaurants, this place isn't ber contemporary and filled with uncomfortable chairs

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My friends and I love getting sushi here on a regular basis because it is a great place for groups and a comfortable dining setting. Unlike a lot of sushi restaurants, this place isn't ber contemporary and filled with uncomfortable chairs

Pros: Servers wear kimonos during dinner service!

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Ginza's website looked great so we thought the food might be good as well. However, there was gravel in my shrimp tempura roll! We returned the food and refused to eat anything else, and they still tried to charge us for everything. It

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Ginza's website looked great so we thought the food might be good as well. However, there was gravel in my shrimp tempura roll! We returned the food and refused to eat anything else, and they still tried to charge us for everything. It

Pros: Location?

Cons: Food is horrible; service is even worse

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I've been to a number of places in the Boston area and this one really takes it. Very fresh and they are always at the top of their game. The traditional kimono dress and lack of spoons for the Miso, make it quite nice to be a part of. Skip the snobby Fugakyu and the waits of Oishii and just head here.

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I've been to a number of places in the Boston area and this one really takes it. Very fresh and they are always at the top of their game. The traditional kimono dress and lack of spoons for the Miso, make it quite nice to be a part of. Skip the snobby Fugakyu and the waits of Oishii and just head here.

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I'm Japanese.I was looking forward to going to GINZA because I have heard it 's pretty good.But I was totally disappointed!The waitresses' attitudes were so BAD.They treated me like a little kid,though I am a grownup.What is more,when I

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I'm Japanese.I was looking forward to going to GINZA because I have heard it 's pretty good.But I was totally disappointed!The waitresses' attitudes were so BAD.They treated me like a little kid,though I am a grownup.What is more,when I

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I went here with a group of friends after hearing several high recommendations from friends and clients, only to find mediocre service and food. The waitress was very unaccomodating to our group, and of the ten plates ordered, three had to

3
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I went here with a group of friends after hearing several high recommendations from friends and clients, only to find mediocre service and food. The waitress was very unaccomodating to our group, and of the ten plates ordered, three had to

Pros: sushi/sashimi presentation is beautiful

Cons: lake-like table, overrated, poor quality sushi

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What a shame!! This used to be one of the best sushi places in town and I have eaten here many times over the past 4 years. But twice in the last 3 weeks I have been incredibly disappointed with the quality of the sushi this place is

3
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What a shame!! This used to be one of the best sushi places in town and I have eaten here many times over the past 4 years. But twice in the last 3 weeks I have been incredibly disappointed with the quality of the sushi this place is

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This is one of my favorite sushi spots in the whole city (the only one I recommend is Oishii in Brookline). I've eaten at many sushi spots throughout the country and Ginza is always fresh and tops for Boston (which doesn't have many sushi

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This is one of my favorite sushi spots in the whole city (the only one I recommend is Oishii in Brookline). I've eaten at many sushi spots throughout the country and Ginza is always fresh and tops for Boston (which doesn't have many sushi

Pros: Top sushi in city and also teriyaki is unbeatable

Cons: Atmosphere could be more trendy, but it's still nice

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I often hear rave reviews about how good Ginza is, and how great the sushi is. \r
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Myself, I find it highly overrated. The sushi quality is good, but not great considering how expensive it is. And it is expensive, even for

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I often hear rave reviews about how good Ginza is, and how great the sushi is. \r
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Myself, I find it highly overrated. The sushi quality is good, but not great considering how expensive it is. And it is expensive, even for

Pros: large, nice ambience

Cons: food is overpriced, and not always that good, service is not all that great

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Located just outside of Boston at St. Mary's Street. Great Japansese food, and surprisingly authentic, not Americanized. Traditional Japanese atmosphere, including kimono-clad waitresses. Best to park on side streets which is free for up to two hours.

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Located just outside of Boston at St. Mary's Street. Great Japansese food, and surprisingly authentic, not Americanized. Traditional Japanese atmosphere, including kimono-clad waitresses. Best to park on side streets which is free for up to two hours.

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This tiny little restaurant offers a big selection of food and booze. The food is genuine Japanese, and it's quite tasty. This non seafood-eating patron was quite happy with edamame and chicken. It's a boisterous place.If you like genuine Japanese food, this is a good place to go. The prices are fair to low.

PROS: Good, genuine Japanese cuisine
CONS: Tiny little restaurant

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This tiny little restaurant offers a big selection of food and booze. The food is genuine Japanese, and it's quite tasty. This non seafood-eating patron was quite happy with edamame and chicken. It's a boisterous place.If you like genuine Japanese food, this is a good place to go. The prices are fair to low.

PROS: Good, genuine Japanese cuisine
CONS: Tiny little restaurant

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Ginza in Brookline is one of the better Japanese/ Sushi restaurants in Greater Boston. The food and service are great. It's a good place to experiment with different sushi and even Japanese food but the popular stuff is just as good.

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Ginza in Brookline is one of the better Japanese/ Sushi restaurants in Greater Boston. The food and service are great. It's a good place to experiment with different sushi and even Japanese food but the popular stuff is just as good.

Pros: Friendly waitstaff, Delicious food

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At Ginza's prices I would've expected super fresh sushi. The sushi and its preparation are good but not great and do not merit the prices Ginza charges. My husband and I were seated in the rear on our last visit facing the busy kitchen

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★★★★★

At Ginza's prices I would've expected super fresh sushi. The sushi and its preparation are good but not great and do not merit the prices Ginza charges. My husband and I were seated in the rear on our last visit facing the busy kitchen

Pros: no wait

Cons: overpriced, mediocre quality fish

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I went to ginza a couple of times, and each time I left with my stomach almost as empty as my wallet. Their food was unsatisfying, and didn't taste good. The sushi was OK but there wasn't much of it. Their beef teriyaki was like a fried

3
★★★★★

I went to ginza a couple of times, and each time I left with my stomach almost as empty as my wallet. Their food was unsatisfying, and didn't taste good. The sushi was OK but there wasn't much of it. Their beef teriyaki was like a fried

Cons: expensive, poor food

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This is by far the best sushi place in Boston. Not only service is wonderful (less than 10 minute serving in between appetizer and entree), the quality of the food is excellent!! The sushi is fresh and doesn't smell too fishy. It's a great

3
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This is by far the best sushi place in Boston. Not only service is wonderful (less than 10 minute serving in between appetizer and entree), the quality of the food is excellent!! The sushi is fresh and doesn't smell too fishy. It's a great

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We go to Ginza everytime we visit Boston. Ginza does a great presentation and we always enjoy ourselves. We did have a problem with an order that was not edible, you couldn't chew it! When we brought it to their attention they weren't

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★★★★★

We go to Ginza everytime we visit Boston. Ginza does a great presentation and we always enjoy ourselves. We did have a problem with an order that was not edible, you couldn't chew it! When we brought it to their attention they weren't

Pros: fresh sushi, warm towels!, clean

Cons: won't correct problem

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Great sushi every time. Great late night. Parking is a bit hard

3
★★★★★

Great sushi every time. Great late night. Parking is a bit hard

 

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