At $400 per person, Sushi Ginza Onodera is one of the most expensive dining experiences in LA. We’ll let you decide if you ever need to drop that kind of money on one meal, but what we can say is that every bite of food at this West Hollywood sushi bar is exceptional. And considering the price point, that’s exactly where the bar needs to be. You’ll eat around 23 courses ranging from uni and caviar egg custard to gold-crusted abalone to a green tea dessert served in a martini glass. The service is equally impeccable with the waitstaff moving around the tiny space with the grace and fluidity of a lyrical dance troupe. And yet, there’s also plenty of quirkiness, like when the servers periodically stop by with an iPad and scroll through Google images of the fish that you’re currently eating. It’s charming, but also really helpful and educational. Sushi Ginza Onodera is a complete experience from start to finish, and one that if you’re down to spend money, you won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
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