Went all out and got the chefs tasting for $275 per person. It was worth every penny. This is a once in a lifetime experience so do the tasting!! I've had sushi in NYC, Vegas, and LA. This makes those places such as nobu look like bland boring sushi. The only negative is that once you try o ya you will not want to eat sushi anywhere else as it will be a major step down in quality.
I will say the tables are really close together because it's a small spot so be prepared.
Waiter was very outgoing and treated us more like friends than a swanky 5 star place which we liked because it was not pretentious at all.
Total bill for 4 people w tip just over $1200 and worth every penny.
Tried Oisin twice while we were in Boston also... O ya is far superior.
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