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Sushi Masa in Burlington ok?

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l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 02:09 AM

Hi,

Has anyone got an opinion on Sushi Masa in Burlington? Or any decent Sushi in the Burlington or west of that area? I'm meeting with a friend taking a class at the Sun Campus and we're looking for Sushi. I know the places in the Worcester area, which ain't a help.

A bit of googling and searching ChowHound has helped narrow down my choices.

Also, any comments on Tobiko Japanese Fusion in Acton?

Thanks!
l8gravely

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    cap RE: l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 02:22 AM

    Go to Ginger in Bedford, easy to get to from Sun.

    1. peregrine RE: l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 02:30 AM

      Very close to Sun, at the intersection of Rt 62, is Bamboo, with full-service sushi, and a full Japanese and Chinese menu as well.

      1. Kiyah RE: l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 10:23 AM

        Sushi Masa is long gone, replaced most recently by Lester's BBQ. If you have a particularily generous lunch hour, you could go down Route 128 to Wakefield to Sushi Island.

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          Gary Grill RE: l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 03:40 PM

          I agree with Peregrine, Bamboo on the Bedford/Burlington line has a fantastic Sushi bar, as well as great Japanese and Chinese fare. If you go at lunch, they have a wonderful asian buffet for about 12 bucks, worth every penny.

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            lexpatti RE: l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 03:46 PM

            Burlington has a nice little place - Lemon Tree - pretty good. I"ve heard good things about Tobiko in Acton.

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              l8gravely RE: l8gravely Jan 18, 2007 07:52 PM

              Thanks all for your comments! I guess I wasn't clear, this is going to be a dinner meeting. And we're going to end up at Ginger Japanese Cuisine, due to it's close nature to my friend's location and my willingness to drive further.

              I've been to the Bamboo in Westford, a good deal for a lunch buffet. Didn't realize it was a chain as such. Not bad at all.

              I'm hoping to try Tobiko at some point, but since it's so far from home and we've got a good place in Northboro close by, I'll skip it for now.

              Cheers,
              John

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