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A Little Bit About a Lot of Things

A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

When my cousin said she wanted to come for a visit a few weeks ago, I was pretty excited. It’s feels like a long time since I’ve gone to an “adult” restaurant. Mostly, we are regulars at Panera and I often can be found finishing off a bowl of mac and cheese – not very glamorous or gourmet! She’s from NYC, where there are a dozen great restaurants on every block, so I wanted to bring her out to some good places in suburbia. I think that the hardest transition for me from the city to the suburbs is the lack of really good ethnic food – maybe I’m just not looking in the right places (let me know your favorite spots!). To be honest, I still kind of miss having Anna’s around the block too – shh…don’t tell anyone.

So we headed out to dinner, sans children, for a night of sushi deliciousness. Chef Kung San trained in NY at the popular Nobu before he and his bother opened Oishii’s Boston location in 1998. The success of the Boston outpost led to the Sudbury location’s opening and later the sushi bar in Chestnut Hill. While you are in the suburbs, the food quality feels like you are in the city. Not being able to eat sushi at the moment is tough, so I had to go with some cooked options – the lobster roll, the mushroom roll and the shrimp tempura. My cousin went with the tempura plate that came with shrimp and a really nice selection of vegetables. I’d had to say that my favorite was the mushroom sushi – really flavorful, I almost didn’t miss the real thing…

Parking is conveniently located in the lot out back and service was friendly and attentive.

Oishii Too

365 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA

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