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Posted by sushi lover on 08/04/2011
excellent service and delicious food - we love living nearby and come here all the time :-)
Posted by Therese M. on 11/15/2010
Fugakyu is amazing all around from the women dressed in kimonos to the best sushi boats in town!! Def a must do if Ur ever in the Coolidge corner area!
Posted by Nick from NY on 03/02/2007
I live in NYC and am a serious sushi eater. This is one of the best places I've ever been to. Sushi on this caliber in New York would go for $75 per person -- here you can have a great meal for half that (no drinks). A fantastic collection of interesting roles, great menu in general, nice feel. Not fancy, but very pleasant. The spicy yellowtail roll is, for some reason, amazing. I know this is not an original or fascinating roll, but for whatever reason Fugakyu does a great job with them. Other than that the Dragon Roll, Volcano Roll and Louisiana Rolls are all ridiculously good. I recommend this restaurant, and this one only, to every person I know who goes to Boston, and they are always impressed. Go right now!
Posted by Sushi lover! on 03/03/2006
This restaurant is worth the time and effort put into writing a review. The sushi is great for vegetarians as well. Absolutely love the Sweet potato- pineapple sushi and the avocado- cucumber- spicy mayonnaise there. Definitely try the fried noodles and fried rice. Can accomodate for a group of 15 in their private rooms. It is great fun for reunions/ family outings/ groups of friends. Definitely one of the best sushi places in Boston :)
Posted by UES Rob on 02/27/2006
Having moved from Manhattan's Upper East Side to Boston, I thought I knew great sushi. Well, after 4 years, and many Spicy Tuna Maki's later, I now prefer to eat my sushi almost exclusively at Fugakyu. As I eat only sushi and sashimi, I can't fairly rate the cooked entrees. Some of my favorite 'Not To Be Missed' sushi entrees include: Spicy Tuna Maki, Rainbow Maki, Caterpillar Maki, Crazy Maki, Scorpion Maki, Spicy Scallop Maki. The Sashimi is mouth watering. Don't miss the Salmon, Tuna and Yellowtail. When the Sweet Shrimp is in season, order a couple pieces and ask them to deep fry the heads. Also, don't miss the deep fried ice cream for dessert. The atmosphere is often upbeat and lively. Some might consider it slightly loud, but I've never found it to be overbearing. As an alternative, there are numerous private rooms with sliding doors for privacy, which seat 4 to 6 people. The service is attentive. The establishment is very clean. They stay open late for Boston...1:30am. In my opinion, Oishii is a close second but is extremely cramped with only 1 table and 10 seats at the bar. Although the sushi is great, it's never been a relaxing experience. I suggest take out. I can't get enough Fugakyu. It's my #1 Sushi restaurant in Boston.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/25/2006
This is definitely the best sushi in Boston!