A well-crafted dish can be a work of art, as evidenced by colorful cross sections of sushi or bowls of alphabet soup arranged into poignant haikus. Taste poetic cuisine with today’s Groupon to Osushi. Choose between the following options:
- For $38, you get a sushi dinner for two (up to a $76 total value), which includes:
- One order of edamame (a $6 value)
- Two appetizers (up to a $17 value each)
Two makimono rolls (up to an $18 value each)<p>
- For $69, you get a sushi dinner for four (up to a $152 total value), which includes:
- Two orders of edamame (an $12 value)
- Four appetizers (up to a $17 value each)
- Four makimono rolls (up to an $18 value each)<p>
Osushi’s guests enjoy a menu that adds contemporary flair to classic Japanese favorites, served by the glow of flickering candles in a sleek, romantic dining room dressed in red and black. Couples, couples of couples, or teams of displaced bridge players forgo their usual routines in favor of flavorful tours of the Far East that begin with lightly boiled edamame seasoned with okinawa sea salt. Next, hungry mouths delve into a choice of appetizing bites such as tempura-fried soft-shell crab nanban flanked by sweet-and-sour onion, cucumber, and kaiware or slices of baby yellowtail drizzled with truffle-oil vinaigrette and aged soy sauce. Hungry eyes watch as sushi masters ply their tantalizing craft at the sushi bar, rolling fresh fish into makimono such as a spicy scallop roll with cucumber, sprouts, and spicy aioli, or a lobster-tempura roll deliciously dressed with avocado, chipotle sauce, and scallion oil. When not applauding their edible artwork, diners can take in views of Copley Square or admire the restaurant’s abundance of orchids, which are known for their preference for soil rich in salmon roe.
Though the prices of prix fixe menu items change regularly, the values listed reflect the most up-to-date pricing.
High-backed booths, flickering candles, and minimalist red and black accents lend a sleek style to Osushi's intimate setting tucked inside the Westin Hotel. Chefs slice fresh fish to rest atop or inside sushi rice waiting to be plucked up by chopsticks. Their specialty makimono rolls draw from world cuisines with spicy aioli to add a dash of heat or prosciutto to lend an aria from the chef's favorite opera. Diners wash down bites of sashimi or tempura with selections from an extensive sake list, which includes specialty drinks made with seasonal fruit.
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