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O ya makes sushi a work of culinary art

O ya's decor is chic but unpretentious, and its food is astonishing. O ya's decor is chic but unpretentious, and its food is astonishing. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff)
By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / January 4, 2008

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A few weeks ago, some friends went to a sushi place in Boston - a good one, too. They had a wonderful time for not a lot of money. A few of them left wondering how on earth they could ever go back to joe-schmo sushi. The fish at this new place is so fresh. Someone in that group had ... (Full article: 665 words)

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