UNI Sashimi Bar

Sushi, Japanese
$ $
370 Commonwealth Ave (at Massachusetts Ave)
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 536-7200
Monday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Thursday
5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Saturday
5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sunday
5:30pm - 10:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • Despite being part of the popular Ken Oringer restaurant club, this tiny sashimi bar in the Eliot Hotel still feels like a secret.
  • On Thursday - Saturday come for late-night ramen and the best craft cocktails in Boston.
  • From the minute you walk in the door friendly smiling welcoming staff from chef to hostess- genuine hospitality which is rare and to be envied plus ramen is incredible
  • Very awesome midnight ramen!!
  • Unis late-night ramen is served Thurs-Sat after 11 pm in two great flavors. One is more traditional, with roast pork. The other, called umami ramen, features barbecue eel and a rich, intense broth.
  • Late night ramen starts @ 11pm and its good ramen! Ramen was $10. :D they have umami or traditional. I'd recommend! I also tried the pork bun but the bun wasn't really soft. It's alright.
  • Sake Bomb Tuesdays are awesome!
  • It is bad luck to pour your own sake (according to Cori)
  • Don't miss Sake Bomb Tuesday! 4 courses from the sashimi bar and sake bomb supplies for $35 every Tuesday.
  • Authentic sushi. The salmon and tuna nigri pieces just melt in your mouth...
  • Everything we ordered was delicious!
  • Lobster fried rice was amazing!
  • Not your typical sushi spot: Great gourmet sushis. Even sitting at the bar is very intimate and perfect way to enjoy the delicately prepared sushi and sashimi.
  • So good - absolute musts are the shishito peppers, popcorn shrimp, and foie grad unagi
  • Omakase is great
  • Try the ox tail.
  • The spoonful is amazing. Also, try the tostadas!
  • Have to get this lobster. And a side of Brussels sprouts. But honestly everything is amazing. A real treat
  • This place blew me away. Get the chicken & (macha) waffle and dine in Southern / Japanese paradise.
  • The $16 Uni spoon is worth every penny

Nearby places

528 Commonwealth Ave (at Kenmore Square)
348 Congress St (at A St)
500A Commonwealth Ave (at Kenmore St.)