Allston got another sushi restaurant this week. Sushi Factory has opened on the corner of Brighton Avenue and Harvard Avenue — just beneath Patron’s, in the space once occupied by Redneck’s (140 Brighton Ave.) — and offers its customers as much sushi as they can eat. While Redneck’s was open for more than a decade, the address was more recently home to the short-lived Kirin Teppanyaki & Wok, as Boston Restaurant Talk notes.
The Sushi Factory menu, which offers sushi, sashimi, maki rolls, a collection of special rolls, and cakes (weirdly including tiramisu), states that while an eater can eat as much as she or he would like, she or he must do so in a span of two hours or less. There are no doggy bags, and one may be subject to a $1 up-charge for every piece of sushi one does not eat. (Waste not, want not.)
Sushi Factory is owned by Ying Huang, who also owns Hi B3ar Ice Cream Roll across Brighton Avenue. Grab some sushi — like, so much sushi — and cross the road for dessert.