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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Laziz Grill in Westwood makes our favorite aush reshteh in Los Angeles - among other things.
Mogu Mogu in West LA specializes in mazemen, a brothless ramen that has us feeling very full and happy.
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Sushi note is part sushi spot, part wine bar, and unlike any other place to eat raw fish in the city.
The only thing we think about after walking out of KazuNori is how to get more KazuNoris everywhere.
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In a town that certainly knows its sushi, Sushi Park in West Hollywood is operating on a completely different level.
This tiny Japanese restaurant along Pico is frankly more of a myth than anything else, but if you’re able to get in, expect a memorable meal.
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