Don’t inform! There’s a scrumptious secret hidden inside Shore Depart, the South Finish’s Tiki scorching spot. Patrons who wander the hallways could also be shocked to discover a quaint omakase sushi bar referred to as No Relation nestled within the again. The nine-seat restaurant is helmed by O Ya alum and acclaimed chef Colin Lynch, who’s created an intimate sushi expertise with a twist.
Throughout two seatings every night on Tuesdays via Saturdays, No Relation serves up a 14-course menu that fuses Lynch’s love for Japanese delicacies together with his New England roots. Paying homage to custom, Lynch expertly crafts nigiri utilizing the highest-quality fish sourced from Japan. His crew additionally took the time to seek out the right vinegar for his or her rice, touchdown on akazu vinegar, a purple sake lees vinegar, which “only a few eating places within the nation use,” in response to Lynch.
The culinary star infuses his background into the menu with dishes just like the New England miso clam soup in addition to the scallops, that are torched with brown butter and lemon, evoking a “seaside at a lobster shack consuming a scallop roll” really feel. “I’m an Irish child, so there’s no means we’d think about ourselves an Edomae-style sushi parlor,” says Lynch. “That is our spin on it. On the finish of the day, we simply wish to make meals that tastes good.” $95-$120, 11 William E. Mullins Manner, 617.530.1772, norelationboston.com