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Ginza

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16 Hudson St
Boston, MA 02111
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(617) 338-2261
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We had fabulous sushi at Ginza in Chinatown. Wonderful salmon, yellowtail, unagi, scallop sushi. Fatty tuna was very good, but the regular salmon had a better, fatty taste. Excell...

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I went there upon recommendation that the food was great. It was great but the service was terrible. My boyfriend and I had to wait over 10 minutes to be seated. No apologies were...

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Good sushi, super service, ok decor 4/19/2006

It's bizarre to go to Chinatown for Japanese food, but that's where the conceirge at XV Beacon sent us (he's either got a deal with Ginza or has the hots for the waitresses in the Japanese kimono things.) The sushi was good, but not "spectacular" as promised (the menu was standard - kind of boring actually.) The service, however, was superb. The food came fast, it was nicely presented, and the waitress was engaging. The price was reasonable. The decor was ok. We were happy, but not delighted. more

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i guess if you're in the mood for japanese and you're in chinatown 4/7/2006

if you're in chinatown, why don't you get chinese food? oh well, if you want japanese food, ginza is a well known japanese restaurant with a few locations (others in boston, brookline). the waitresses wear awesome kimonos and those cute japanese sandal shoes. it sets the atmosphere to be like you're in japan. the food is good too, but kinda pricey (because you're in chinatown). the sushi is fresh and the rice plates are portioned so you won't have any left overs. more

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Excellent Sushi 3/15/2006

Ginza Japanese Restaurant is one of the best places to go for sushi in Boston- and this location in Chinatown is convienient to the area's most busy districts- the financial district and Downtown Crossing. They serve excellent Japanese cuisine mostly specializing in seafood- try the maki maki- it's to die for. Service is courteous and efficient. Prices are average for sushi in the area- not cheap for small portions, but excellently prepared. more

sushi 11/11/2005

As close to a orgasmic experience as I can think of involving dead raw fish. They're open until 3am, mostly because they serve the late-night theater crowds in the area. It is decidedly not cheap, but their soft-shell crab roll almost makes it worth it on its own; get it at the sushi bar, so it's still very warm by the time it gets to you. The portions are generous, and the fish is very fresh. The service was a little bit slow, but it's fairly efficient once they notice you've sat down. more

Fine Japanese Restaurant 8/4/2005

Ginza is located in Chinatown Boston and has been around for a lot of years. The food is fine and servers are OK. They have some lunch specials for people who want to enjoy quick Japanese lunch and it is also close to subway station. They also have a few other stores around the Boston area. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    Three sushi chefs are in perpetual motion, constructing the complicated maki rolls that are locally famous. Large numbers of Japanese patrons speak to the authenticity of the...

  • 8/1/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Monday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Tuesday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 3:30 AM Sunday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
  • Payments:

    Diner's Club, Cash, Master Card, American Express, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Chinatown, Chinatown / Leather District, Downtown, Central

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