Eating at Sushi Iki is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. There’s an enigmatic chef who wears sunglasses and unabashedly proclaims that this is the best sushi spot in California. And while it might not be that good, it’s still great - if you’re the kind of person who can spend $350 per person on a meal. He has one course he compares to the United Nations, because it has halibut from Japan, truffles from Italy, and caviar from Russia, and another that will involve the chef presenting you with a 15-pound live king crab, before he cuts off a leg and cooks it for you. If you’re looking for a unique meal in the Valley - and can spend the equivalent of a car payment on a meal - Sushi Iki is your spot.
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