Sushi in Cambridge


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  • Fuji at Kendall
    One of South Shore Living's "10 Influential People You Should Know" in 2010, Jimmy Liang evenly divides his time among his five Boston-area restaurants. At Fuji 1546 Restaurant & Bar, his culinary crew whips up contemporary Japanese dishes with a focus on maki, sushi, and sashimi. The sushi selection ranges from eel-filled caterpillar rolls to sweet-potato maki to the BLT roll, which guests must order without using any vowels. The menu also includes traditional eats such as gyoza, sweet-and-sour crab-meat balls, and filet mignon cooked in a housemade lime-soy marinade. For entertainment, Fuji 1546 Restaurant & Bar has a live DJ that spins every Friday and Saturday night.
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    300 Third Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Akai Ryu Shabu Sushi
    Ever since Akai Ryu Shabu Sushi's owners opened their second-story eatery in Porter Square, they've drawn praise for their fresh, creative sushi rolls and appetizers such as the kaki fry. That panko-breaded oyster dish earned a callout on Zagat's 'Boston's 6 Hottest New Japanese Restaurants' list in September 2014. But the restaurant's biggest draw of all may be its shabu-shabu menu, which invites guests to try an ancient, hands-on cooking style.? To begin a?shabu-shabu meal, diners choose from a variety of broths. Options range from rich porcini-mushroom broth to herbal chicken stock, which is said to possess healing properties helpful in fighting off a lingering cold or a case of the Mondays that's lasted an entire work week. Next, diners dunk savory morsels such as American wagyu beef and scallops into tabletop vats of the simmering broth, poaching each bite to flavorful perfection. Vegetarians can also indulge in the shabu-shabu experience by dunking ingredients such as taro root, tofu skins, and eight types of specialty mushroom.
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    822 Somerville Ave.
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Bisuteki Japanese Steak House
    Hotel restaurants are often a side note, but Bisuteki Japanese Steak House has become an institution in and of itself. Over the last 40 years, nearly three million people have spent an evening here being entertained by chefs trained in the art of teppanyaki exhibition cooking. As guests whet their appetites on salad and onion soup, they watch chefs set their cooktops ablaze and flip morsels of meat and veggies through the dancing flames. Nearly any combination of meats can be selected for a teppanyaki entree?steak and scallops, chicken and calamari, or even a pair of lobster tails that probably came from two different lobsters. Chefs use fresh seafood and free-range chicken and beef, all of which are also found in teriyaki and noodle dinners. In addition to cooked fare, there's a menu of raw sushi prepared as maki, nigiri, and sashimi.
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    777 Memorial Drive
    Cambridge, MA US

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