Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Lynnfield. Lynnfield is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. At the 2010 census, the town population was 11,596.
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3 based on 53 reviews
Absolutely no complaints. The menu is huge with authentic Japanese dishes. We got four kinds of sushi, a huge ramen dish and shared a scorpion bowl. That drink was strong! Our waiter was great, very attentive. I loved the enclosed booths. Prices were great for quality and quantity. We can't wait to go back!
4 based on 85 reviews
Typical Chinese fare, but the food is high quality and delicious. Weâve always had excellent service here. Once we visited with a gluten intolerant guest, Oyeâs were incredibly accommodating with a variety of options, everyone enjoyed their meals. But the one thing for me that sets Oyeâs apart from other nearby Chinese restaurants was the availability of a couple of local beers on tap.
4 based on 51 reviews
Blue fin was the selection for my son's 42 birthday. We took him and his 33 month old daughter and we had a great time.We had reservations which I made on-line and were seated immediately. The table was preset with a high chair. Parking was right outside.Started out with drinks: my wife a Blue Fin Cocktail ($8.75) which was very blue, me: Large Hot Saki ($8.00) which was hot, my son: Kurosawa ($18) which was steep. My granddaughter was served up a nice cold cup of water with a straw. The waitress was very accommodating to the young one making suggestions along the way.We then had some appetizers Butabara Kushi ($2.50) which is pork belly, Yakitori with scallion Kushi ($2.00) which is chicken, and Steak Kushi ($3.50). These were all skewered bite size pieces. We shared the Yakitori with our young one and she loved it.We decided to go all out with a $100 sushi boat (50 pieces chef selection). The boat was very attractive and the server took the time to tell us what the various items were. We all enjoyed the sushi and found the scallops were the best. Octopus was the toughest but still tasty. The spider roll (soft shell crab) was delicious as well. We found that there was generally at least one piece of each type of sushi for each of the 3 adults meaning we all had the opportunity to sample the fair. The boat came with Miso soup for each adult. We enjoyed the soup and shared it with your young grandaughter who loved it.My grandaughter had a kids plate ($7.50) with corn and fried chicken served with ketchup. Our server told us to order another item and we chose steamed dumplings. She enjoyed the corn and chicken but passed on the dumplings possibly because we dipped the first piece in soy sauce. I think she may have eaten it if we gave it to her sans soy sauce.Again, service was excellent. Our server also took photos for us and brought out a piece of ginger ice cream for our son (with a candle). Our granddaughter wasn't the only young one in the place. Drinks were reasonably priced except the pricey Kurosawa (bottle cold saki). The Large Sushi boat at $100 seems expensive but it could have fed 4 comfortably...both my son and I love sushi so we went with the largest boat.Dress is casual and this is NOT a fancy Boston Sushi place (meaning this doesn't have the super high end sushi but also it doesn't carry the super Boston prices.We are repeat customers and we will return.
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