At 311 Boston Omakase guests are treated to a culinary journey highlighting Chef Wei’s passion for Japanese cuisine. Chef Wei spent spent seven years perfecting his cuisine and technique, working alongside Masa Takayama the chef-owner of NYC’s, Masa, the first 3-star Michelin Japanese and sushi restaurant in United States. The expert guidance and meticulous training he received is evident in 311’s omakase menu. With over 20 courses Chef Wei takes his guests on a culinary journey demonstrating the intricacies of Japanese cuisine and the art form which it is. Expect exceptionally fresh, seasonal ingredients like Kegani Japanese Hairy Crab, Murasaki Uni and Truffles from Italy. Set in a Victorian townhouse on Tremont Street, this minimal, chic restaurant of only 10 seats offers a front row seat to every diner at the chef’s counter. The omakase last around two and half hours and guest can choose between two seating times at 5:30pm or 8:30pm. The food is as delicious as it is beautiful making for an unforgettable experience.

a shell filled with black caviar and orange uni set on a blue and white plateblack and white truffles thinly sliced on top of micro green and white fish on a white scallop edge plate