Sasabune is one of the bigger names in high-end sushi in Los Angeles, but lurking in its shadows is Sushi Don, its affordable sushi/donburi spot in the Valley. The menu is concise (there are only two combinations to choose from), and our order is always Combo A: one full donburi rice bowl, five pieces of delicious sushi, soup, and salad for $17.
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