Osushi in Boston, MA

OSushi (in the Westin hotel)
10 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA

popcorn shrimp tempura

Popcorn shrimp tempura which was rock shrimp lightly battered with a side of spicy aioli. We ate here because we had a groupon for 2 appetizers and 2 maki rolls. The rock shrimp tempura was definitely the best appetizer we had ordered. I especially liked the heat from the spicy aioli.



Kanpachi with truffle soy sauce was thinly sliced yellowtail with aged soy sauce and truffle oil vinagrette. I thought that this appetizer dish was way too salty, it might have been the combination of the soy sauce and the vinagrette together. It was so salty that my tongue could barely handle it. I drained my water and I had to wait for a long time before the waiter refilled my water.


2 sushi rolls with the same filling

Both rolls had shrimp tempura, cucumber and avocado but different toppings. One had salmon on top and the other had tuna on top. I was worried that the 2 rolls were going to taste to similar but I was assured that the toppings were very different. I did think that the tuna and the salmon taste differently and were equally fresh. unfortunately, after eating these 2 appetizers and 2 rolls, we were still hungry. luckily, we were in Copley plaza and so my brother and I went out for desserts afterwards.

salmon and tuna on top

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