If you are in the area and need a quick bite to eat at a cheap price that is not fast food, this is perfect. The sitting area is a bit cramped but, they turnover customers so fast that it really is not a bother.
For years this use to be our favorite little sushi place but in November 2007 the nearly doubled the price of all their items. Unfortunately it just isn't worth the price anymore. My wife and I use to eat there frequently and it would cost us about $32-35 with tip. Our most recent experience cost us $58 without tip for the SAME ITEMS we use to get. No thanks!
Despite what Mike Wrote.... Shino Express is AWESOME... their atmospere is pleasant... It fit the whole Newbury Street Chic-ness... also It's suitable for those working around Copley who has a tight lunch break and would like something esle other then Burger and Fries. I like the staff, they always greet you with a smile. And no matter what time it is, they are always packed.
Simply the best suhsi spot for a chic like me
Really good inexpensive alternative to other sushi bars. Used to like that they only played jazz as background music, but recently started playing the radio - dont really need to know what the DJ thinks of Brad and Angelina while I eat.
Good rolls, cheap prices, fresh warm rice and cool fish = delicious.
Stick to the jazz guys.
This was my favorite sushi place to hit. I could order all I want and only have to break a $20. The sushi is fresh, fast, and affordable. It is pretty cramped in there, but with Copley a short walk away, there are plenty of close places to walk it to and dive in. It's perfect for a college student on a budget with a sushi craving.
Very much like the feel of an authentic little Japanese sushi bar...this place serves up very fresh sushi at a good value. Been going for years and the quality has been consistent. It's in the middle of trendy Newbury St. But easy to miss this little hole in the wall if you're not paying attention.
This is the only place on Newbury that you can get healthy food fast. The sushi is very fresh and always prepared on demand, and it's dirt cheap. But don't plan on eating there, as the place is as cramped and poorly climate-controlled as you can imagine. You're better off getting it to go and eating on a stoop somewhere.
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