Kula is a popular conveyer-belt sushi spot. But don’t stick your nose up at this chain quite yet, because it serves some solid sushi. And unless you’re the type to seek out the specialty rolls, just skip the belt altogether and focus on the nigiri. Particularly the sake-marinated tuna and garlic ponzu salmon. Two pieces set you back a mere $2.25.
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Basix in West Hollywood is a very low-key neighborhood cafe that also does bottomless brunch.
Pinches is a reliable taco shop on the Sunset Strip and an ideal jumping-off point for a night out in Weho.
A classic spot that works for pretty much anything, Jones Hollywood is what we wish more of Hollywood were like.
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Sushi Don Sasabune
Sushi Don Sasabune is a more affordable - but still solid - version of Sushi Sasabune.
Matsuhisa is the Beverly Hills restaurant that launched the Nobu empire, and there’s no sushi place that feels more LA.
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King’s Burgers / Got Sushi?
As a general rule, sushi joints attached to fast food burger chain should probably be avoided. Unless that place is Got Sushi? in Northridge.
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