O YA Coupons

Average User Ratings

8.3

Amazing

Deals and Coupon Codes for O YA

  • Cuisine: Japanese
  • Accepts Credit Card: Yes
  • Parking: Street
  • Atmosphere: Normal
  • Take Reservations: Yes
  • Serves: Yes

Are you looking for some great printable restaurant coupon codes and deals for O YA for free?

O YA is a Japanese restaurant. It is located at 9 East Street in Boston, MA 02111.

About O YA in Boston

There are bunch of places near O YA giving great discounts.

Looking for O YA coupon codes, gift cards and offers?

Want to know if O YA offers specials like 20% off food, specials during holidays, or coupon codes? O YA often posts to their social media accounts about their deals.
  • Here are a few deals that O YA in Boston has offered:
  • Dinner 10% off your total dinner - expired
  • Early Bird Dinner Special 15% off from 3pm to 5:30pm - Expired
  • 10% off lunch with printable coupons - Expired
  • Here are a few things people have to say in reviews about O YA in Boston:
  • You gotta go there for the Japanese
  • The staff at O YA is so friendly
  • The freshest cheapest Japanese in Boston.
Have you been to O YA? Leave a review to let us know how it was.


Frequently Asked Questions for O YA

  • How do I use the O YA offer?

    Go to the code for O YA. Copy the code. If the code is new you can use the deal either at the business or you can use it on their online store.

  • What other deals are available near Boston?

    FriendsEAT has thousands of coupons for businesses in Boston. Check out our search feature to see what your favorite business has to offer.

  • How do I get even bigger deals on FriendsEAT?

    FriendsEAT offers a weekly giveaway for various businesses in Boston. This weekly giveaway is $25 Gift Card that can be used at any restaurant in Boston. To be eligible for the promotion review a businesses. You will be notified by email of your entry into giveaway. At 11:59pm on Sunday every week a popular reviewer is selected.

Add Review for O YA

All Reviews for O YA

  • preview

    Food

    10

    Decor

    10

    Service

    10

    Truly artistic work that creates an attractive visual display as well as deliciousness in every bite!

    Overall Rating

    10

    "Perfect "

  • preview

    Food

    10

    Decor

    10

    Service

    10

    As one of the longest standing omakase place in Boston, O Ya certainly delivered.We had the pleasure of celebrating my birthday dinner here, and I was satisfied with the overall experience. However, getting a reservation for the omakase required a lot of effort. Not only did we have to make the reservation two months in advance, but also some of the time slots were sold out in less than 10 seconds.The omakase experience comprised 20 unique dishes from delicate sushi and sashimi to foie gras and A5 wagyu steak. While the quality of the fish may not have been the best Ive tried, the toppings were certainly innovative. Toppings like the pomegranate, thai basil, and apple added a refreshing after taste, whereas ramp oil, scallion oil, and squid ink bubbles elevated the butteriness of the respective sushi. Some of the standout dishes include the foie gras with yuzu, spring mackerel with ramp oil, A5 wagyu steak, and the bluefin chutoro.Service was also top notch, and the katsu sando was served gratis as our server almost forgot about it. The whole experience took a little longer than 3.5 hours as we added two extra dishes, but it didnt feel too long. Nevertheless, I would recommend reserving an earliest possible time slot as we barely made it home by midnight.

    Overall Rating

    10

    "Perfect "

  • preview

    Food

    10

    Decor

    10

    Service

    10

    Oh Yeah, O Ya is the best Sushi I have ever put in my mouth... Dumb expensive and worth every bite . Insane creations they got going on there. The sushi and the staff were outta this world. We got lucky enough to get in after a phone call and the time was at 930 pm....but we did it. And let me tell you....we would do it again. If you have been eating sushi all your life.... treat yourself to OYa so you can see how its really done. Small small small place. Getting in is the hardest part. But once your there prepare to be in for a treat. Everything was spectacular. And the host was a sweetheart and our waiter was phenomenal....Epic night...can't wait to do it again.

    Overall Rating

    10

    "Perfect "

  • preview

    Food

    10

    Decor

    10

    Service

    10

    We were fortunate enough to make rsvp for this year's NYE @ O Ya. This restaurant is small, inviting, minimal in decor and presented very creative sashimi, nigiri and cold/hot plates.Service was friendly, they were very knowledgeable in where the fish was sourced from, very great sake menu and timing was great too. I am a fan of enjoying fish as the highlight of the bite itself, at O ya, their creativeness of the dishes sometimes took away from the fish itself but that was in no way a negative, just different. I would highly recommend O ya to anyone as you will definitely enjoy yourself!

    Overall Rating

    10

    "Perfect "

  • preview

    Food

    10

    Decor

    10

    Service

    10

    This was one of the most extraordinary experiences I've ever had in my life. The food was true art and the omakase took you on a journey from fresh to savory and everywhere in between. It told a story and was beautifully crafted. It is expensive but WOW it is well worth the price. The only issue is that drinks are not included in the price but otherwise a phenomenal place to have a once in a lifetime experience. If you want to treat yourself, definitely come to O Ya!

    Overall Rating

    10

    "Perfect "

  • preview

    Food

    10

    Decor

    10

    Service

    10

    I am the chef and owner of a successful sushi restaurant in Southern Maine. Having dinner here makes me feel like I am serving Street Food compared to what they put out. It only proved to me how much more I have to learn. I strive to get the best quality that I can and my quality is comparable to theirs but their presentation and attention to detail is world class. I was absolutely Blown Away I The Taste and presentation of every single dish and the wine and sake pairing.

    Overall Rating

    10

    "Perfect "

  • preview

    Food

    8

    Decor

    8

    Service

    8

    I would say, all 20 courses are so tasty, and I was very satisfied and full after the dinner. However, the choice of fishes can be improved, consider the price. The great taste was more from the sauce but not fish.Dine in: Yes
    Outdoor seating: No
    Takeout: No
    Delivery: No
    Curbside pickup: No

    Overall Rating

    8

    "Great "

  • preview

    Food

    8

    Decor

    8

    Service

    8

    O Ya in Boston near South Station is a very intimate Japanese restaurant that serves omakase small plates for $250 per person. More if you want to add alcohol. I got a la carte of three items and paid around $60 and left very hungry. The salad is gorgeous. Looks fantastic in the photos. Miniature pansies and microgreens. Yellows, pinks, reds, greens, and purples. Do not be deceived, that salad was the smallest salad I ever had in my life. It was in a dipping sauce bowl -- one where you normally put soy sauce in. Less than an ounce of flowers and lettuce. Sneeze, and the salad may flutter away. The onsen egg was perfectly made. I will say that I got inspired to make my own onsen eggs at home. Quite easy and cost 30 cents to make. The food and service were outstanding. i just found the restaurant overpriced for what it was.

    Overall Rating

    8

    "Great "

  • preview

    Food

    2

    Decor

    2

    Service

    2

    Honestly disappointing for the price point. Food was interesting, but servers did not understand what they were serving and our entire group left hungry. We ended up going to a different restaurant afterwards to get more food. Boston definitely has better Japanese-style set menus for much more reasonable price-to-experience ratios.

    Overall Rating

    2

    "Bad "