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Let us know: Where’s the best place to get sushi in Boston?

Plus, tell us what you order when you go.

Lobster roll sushi at Ocean Prime in Boston. Globe Staff/Aram Boghosian

You know the drill. On a weekday night, sometimes you don’t have time to cook, and it’s easiest just to pick up an order of sushi from a local Japanese restaurant. Whether you prefer a traditional shrimp tempura roll, or something with a creative twist, like the dynamite roll with spicy seafood, banana, and avocado at Genki Ya, there are many options to choose from. Sushi, accompanied by a side of wasabi sauce and pickled ginger, makes for a healthy and refreshing meal, especially during the summer.

Boston is full of places where you can get excellent sushi, and we want to know your go-to spots. Tora Japanese Restaurant in Chinatown is a good place to start, featuring makimono rolls like the torched salmon pinku maki. Some more upscale options include Uni, where you can find Japanese izakaya cuisine from veteran chef Ken Oringer, and Douzo in Back Bay, where they serve a variety of specials like the volcano roll, featuring crabstick and tobiko topped with toasted spicy scallop, or the Mt. Fugi roll with lobster katsu.


We’d love to hear about your favorite spot to get sushi. Where do you go for the best rolls, and what do you like about the place? What’s your typical order? Tell us all about the restaurant you frequent and share your experience in the form below. You can also e-mail us at [email protected]. Your response may be used in an upcoming article and/or its social media channels.

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