Yamato II

545 Boylston St, Boston
(857) 250-4473

Recent Reviews

Cathy Ko downey

I’ve ordered tofu and seaweed salad. Not bad, then ordered hand wrap sushi. One is good, second one seems like too mushy n not fresh. Then got makimono, whitefish/scallions. It’s ok. Got extra special dish, spicy scallop. Where’s the scallop? Ahh, tiny pieces mixed into salad dressing. Then, got caterpillar, too condensed n whoa! Msg alert!! Now becoming sick. Tried to tell waitress who doesn’t understand English. Complained I can’t eat because of food allergies. She tells me, I must eat all or charge me extra $20 on top of $33. Ok, pay bill now. No, must eat all. Seriously????

Cy Chan

I usually am a very generous reviewer and tipper. But when first bill for 3 Lychee martinis charge me over $70 dollars for just 3 martini, state it will get reversed and it doesn't, that's a sneaky problem. Buffet is good for an all you can eat. Don't overorder: you get charged if more than 3 pieces left on your plates. Oh this was also for a friend's ? birthday.

Vitaliy Glotov

18% Tip is already included in the itemized check. Ok. But then the credit card receipt comes with a line for “tip amount” with guideline for additional 15% 18% 20% tip with NO mention that it is already included. Deceptive practice at best.Food was good. Service took a bit of time.

Jun Fu

Lunch menu has no sashimi, salmon roe sushi, and many other items, many rolls require extra $1 each, fishes were cut so thin or fish eggs were put into the sushi so little basically you eat white rice. One of the Most expensive white rice lunch we had. Not recommended. Location and service fine. With such a rude and ignorant response from the business, now this is a bait and switch... Be aware...

Christine Luong

First time coming back since COVID and had all you can eat lunch on a Sunday. It was packed! Always good food, fast service, and good prices, but make sure to ask how many items come in each order to avoid being surprised and potentially being charged extra for unfinished food. Each order of spring rolls comes with 2 pieces, each order of crab rangoon comes with 3 pieces, etc. The rolls are usually 6 to 8 pieces. The fish is good quality and I always try to bring my friends here. The only downside is that the restaurant is on the basement level, so when it is crowded it can get very warm and stuffy.

Crystal

I came to eat lunch here with a group of friends on a Saturday afternoon. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Ordering was easy enough as they gave us menus to check off the dishes we wanted. The food came relatively quickly and was delicious. Definitely will consider coming back again for more in the future n

Jea Hyun Kim

One of the few all you can eat sushi options in Boston.Only items I liked were the salmon sashimi, squid and octopus sushi, and the teriyaki steak dish. Everything else were subpar quality and I noticed that the rice portion was huge in some of their rolls including the philly rolls. I ended up eating much less than I initially anticipated as I was quickly overwhelmed by bloating after eating a few of their rolls.Overall, this might be a decent casual hangout spot if you’re seriously craving for sushi, but if you are looking for the good quality ones, I would suggest going somewhere else.

Adriana Martinez

DONT EAT HERE. You will EAT WITH MICE!Went there for the first time last night. Although pricing is very good I wouldn’t recommend this restaurant to anyone. Food was okay, nothing out of the ordinary. It is absolutely disgusting what we had to go through. There was a mice in the restaurant, (see photo) after complaining to our waitress about it, the manager came to explain that it is a “boston thing”, his words: “no matter how much you clean it’s just a Boston thing”, also mentioned the construction could be a cause. He then said “no worries I will give you a discount of 15%”. Food should have been at least FREE. Restaurants should be CLEAN, and MICE FREE. No matter the city you are in. I won’t be back. And I would recommend you not to.

Jea Kim

One of the few all you can eat sushi options in Boston.Only items I liked were the salmon sashimi, squid and octopus sushi, and the teriyaki steak dish. Everything else were subpar quality and I noticed that the rice portion was huge in some of their rolls including the philly rolls. I ended up eating much less than I initially anticipated as I was quickly overwhelmed by bloating after eating a few of their rolls.Overall, this might be a decent casual hangout spot if you’re seriously craving for sushi, but if you are looking for the good quality ones, I would suggest going somewhere else.

Justin Wong

Went for Dinner All you can eat on Monday. Worst all you can eat I ever had at this price range $33/pp, I would never return no matter at what price. Very tiny pieces of sashimi were poorly cut and presented. Just made me think about pieces of dead fish specimens on the table. Sushi was poorly made with poor ingredients and lots of rice. As you can see for the beef udon, there was only a few tiny pieces of beef. Many people can cook better their chefs. The crispy chicken and pork katsu were paper thin, very hard, unappetizing and not authentic. Overall it was really low quality. The server was very rush throughout, giving us pressure all the time. Cleanliness and atmosphere was acceptable. Your stomach deserves better elsewhere.

Lukechard Fud

$25 per person for weekend lunch = Still a good value for AYOC.Lucky and got a polite waitress with good customer service = Bonus.Sushi was good, make was ok = Cannot complain.

Marian Reid Olden

Ok so 1 problem. The food looked amazing but there was hair in my rice. The waitress did NOT care one tiny bit. The service sucked and she had the audacity to say are you not gonna leave a tip. I said are you gonna address the hair in my rice. She’s lucky my daughter left her a tip. This willll be my first and last time there and I will write a review on yelp. ?????

VinnyLegend

All-you can eat Sushi and kitchen, thought the food was great. Great experience and value for the price. I only had one problem being the long wait times for the order to be filled, but I am going to assume it was because I went during the busiest time on a holiday ?, so try going during a less busy time for optimal experience(Didnt really take a whole picture of menu, but has a QR code to digital menu with pictures of all the food)

Hermes blythe

We came in with a larger party close to 14 or 15. They were very accommodating, spreading us across two tables and allowing us to be a bit loud in our celebrations. The sushi was delicious and highly appealing and fried icecream is always a good way to end the night.

Kim Duyen Bui

First thing, see the pictures before ordering :) This is the first time we visit Boston, we have lunch here and we don’t check the pictures, assuming one is one piece. It turns out 1 has six or eight pieces. Luckily we still survived hahahah. The food is good, service is fast and the staffs are nice and friendly.

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