Mori’s premium omakase is a massive 20-plus courses for $250, and they make everything in-house, down to the soy sauce and tofu. If they could make their fish themselves, they probably would. If you’re looking for the kind of ultra-perfectionist sushi found in the top spots of Tokyo, this is the place to find it in LA.
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Hermanito is a casual Mexican cantina on Sawtelle and a great place to post up after work while traffic dies down.
Shunji Japanese Cuisine
Shunji’s omakase will cost you, but it’s worth it to try the different fish varieties and crazy things they do with vegetables.
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Culver City might be the only part of Los Angeles without a Sugarfish, but Uzumaki more than fills the affordable, quality sushi hole.
Santa Monica’s KazuNori is a hand roll-only sushi option from the people behind Sugarfish. Expect the same quality without the crazy wait.
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In a town that certainly knows its sushi, Sushi Park in West Hollywood is operating on a completely different level.
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