2008 BEST Japanese Restaurant, Affordable
Where to go when you’re craving fantastic raw creations on a burned-out budget: Douzo, near Back Bay Station, which serves up little sushi treasures that are every bit as pristine (if a tad less transcendent) as those at the city’s big-price bars. The loungey space is hopping on weekends, but don’t let that distract from the kitchen’s deft flavor-texture balancing act, as displayed in the torched toro maki wrapped with asparagus and paper-thin raw jalapeño.
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