Boston >Food & Dining > Seiyo
1721 Washington St, Boston, MA | Directions 0211842.336518 -71.076931
Monday - Thursday
11:30am - 10pm
11:30am - 11pm
2pm - 11pm
3pm - 10pm
Neighborhoods: South End, Harrison Lenox
Finally! Great sushi! – I'm in love... I've been craving good sushi, and Seiyo delivers with style. The sushi has consistently improved since opening, and it's excellent now. Whether enjoying old standbys like unagi or a dragon roll or trying one of their Boston rolls or something else I haven't found elsewhere, I am always happy. The attached wine store is really handy, and I like that there is such a diverse selection of reasonably priced wines. Yum! About the only downside is the stylish, but weird notch in the tables that I always fear will be the downfall (literally) of my soy sauce or glass.
Glad we went....but – My friend and I went her for s small bite to eat. We went early on a holiday, so were the only ones there. The sushi was very good but they only gave us a small amount of wasabi for 12 rolls. We asked for more and realized when we got our bill that they charged for it. It was more annoying than the actual cost. They also don't have a liquor license but you can buy a bottle of wine in the attached wine store and pay a corkage fee.....no thanks. There are too many other restaurants to try in the South End, so neither of us will probably go back any time soon.
Good Sushi Good Prices – I'll keep it short and sweet. The sushi's good but not great, the shasmi was very good however. Nothing earth shattering in terms of offerings but the presentation was very nice. No beer and wine license, but That's coming soon. Ambiance wise very nice, with some great people watching tables facing the windows!
caught my eye – Caught the eyes of both me and my boyfriend as we were walking down Mass. Ave. Very chic and stylish place but easy to miss because of its size. Excellent service: our friendly waitress was ready on hand to answer questions we had about the menu and refilled our drinks before the glass was half empty. Highly recommend the volcano roll, and iced jasmine green tea. Fresh sashimi came in Fugakyu-sized cuts. Window seats are recommended for people-watching (in our case, weather-watching because it was raining out). Will definitely return, but only if I'm in the area.
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