Types of sushi include Nigiri, Sashimi, Traditional Japanese Maki and Temaki hand-rolled sushi.
For those who can't get enough sushi, there is an all-you-can-eat sushi bar complete with Nigiri sushi, Tamaki sushi, and Maki sushi.
The menu includes standard Nigiri offerings, with limited Maki options.
Hiro's Specials consist of: Nigiri Sushi, which is a two-piece dinner of the freshest sushi, Salads, Sashimi, which is raw fish, and Maki Sushi, which are the rolls (Lobster Rolls, California Rolls, and so on).
For instance, hamachi (yelowfin tuna) belly served nigiri style is taken to another level, with a yuzu soy marinated sea urchin pairing.
L'Espalier774 Boylston StreetBoston, MA 02199(617) 262-3023lespalier.com O Ya O Ya is an innovative sushi house, which reaches beyond the typical maki, nigiri and sashimi plates.
Tempura and teriyaki dinners are served on sizzling plates and the sushi bar serves 60 different varieties of maki, nigiri and sashimi.
Sample dim sum, sip Vietnamese pho, nibble on nigiri sushi or try an Asian fusion restaurant.