The sushi at Toraya is as good (or better?) than any I had in various trips to Japan. I highly recommend it.
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Fabulous food! Although tiny, it makes up for it by having some of the best Japanese food around. So far, everything I have had was fantastic. Just make sure you get there early. Since we live nearby and can walk, we go down 15 minutes...More
Been coming here over the past 16 years ... truly a remarkable authentic Japanese restaurant the Boston metro area. Yes, there are the super expensive and refine Oya ... but a similarly delicate and excellent meal can be had in a more down to earth...More
Toraya is small with seating for about two dozen. My culinary guide warned that one should arrive promptly at five as the line forms early. Fortunately we sat watching the chef. He clearly enjoys and takes pride in each order. Be sure to check the...More
Authentic no nonsense, delicious. You won't find any fancy pseudo maki here. Simple, very fresh sushi and other Japanese dishes. Long waits on the weekends but worth it.
I love Toraya for all the above. The food is very good, the service great and it has a decent selection of sake and beer and wine. The only downside is that being smll, there is usually a line waiting for a table. Come early!
We have loved this place for over a decade. Intimate setting, it's worth the wait. Simple, excellent sushi. Fish if the highest quality. Chirashi is a favorite- fantastic selection of bite sized pieces. Can't get the same anywhere else. Mmmm. The have cooked delicacies too,...More
Were here for Lunch. A small, special and unpretentious place. There are not many tables. I think this is typical Japanese food. We had each a box, my friend had the sashimi box - I had shrimp tempura with vegetables tempura box with many different...More