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Redwood City's Suisha House reopens as Oyster Boy Seafood and Raw Bar

Uploaded: Jun 7, 2019
After months of renovations, the owners of Suisha House in downtown Redwood City have opened a new restaurant in the same space: Oyster Boy Seafood and Raw Bar.

The restaurant soft opened in late May at 2053A Broadway St., where Suisha House had operated for 13 years.

The owners describe the Oyster Boy online as a Japanese-American seafood fusion restaurant.

For dinner, the raw bar menu includes, of course, several kinds of raw and grilled oysters; small plates like truffle salmon carpaccio and spicy tuna crispy rice; sushi and sashimi.

There's also soups, salads, small plates (think spicy honey chicken wings, pork belly buns and miso black cod lettuce cups), seafood entrees and rice and noodle dishes.

Oyster Boy offers lunch specials that come with miso soup and a house salad, including a seafood donburi bowl, hand roll sampler and grilled shrimp over garlic noodles.
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