O-Ya - Perceptor's Report
- Perceptor Jun 2, 2009 03:36 PM
hello boston hounders...
i recently spent a fantastic eating weekend in Boston... loved Neptune Oyster.. Craigie on Main was fabulous.. and O-Ya was definitely o YEAH!!!
while researching where to eat for my trip, O-Ya was virtually on the top of many lists.. so i had to check it out... located in a quiet alley without much signage in an unassuming brick building is O-Ya.. the food was definitely very creative (reminded alot of Uchi in Austin Texas).. most of their creations are party in your mouth.. the only small thing i have to say about this place is the price.. in my opinion, it was kinda expensive for each bite of food to cost about $8-$15.. each BITE! other than that i really enjoyed our dinner there... good job Boston for having a place like O-Ya.
Here is my photo coverage:
9 East St
Boston, MA 02111
- Perceptor from Los Angeles
Gorgeous photos--excellent shooting and great postprocessing, but I suppose your subject matter was beautiful to start.
O Ya is my favorite restaurant in Boston. Glad you enjoyed it.
Thank you so much for those pictures. I will never be in that income bracket, so I appreciate the opportunity to enjoy O-Ya vicariously.
I had my meal of the year there recently; in fact probably the meal of my life :)--the amazing omakase-15 courses, each one an explosion of flavor that boggles. Your pictures brought it back--those mushrooms! I have been a vegetarian for 25 years, but here ate fois gras & weygu beef :0 No regrets!
Fantastic sake as well & amazing service--I cannot wait to return for a special night out!
Also Tiffany, from Top Chef, was in the kitchen:)