Located in that part of Toluca Lake normally reserved for depressed adults on lunch hour or airtight industry dinners, Sushi Yuzu has quickly become one of the standard-bearers for sushi in the valley. Our order is usually any of the sashimi plates (the cilantro salmon is great), the lemon roll, and whatever sushi the chef recommends that day. If you can get a reservation, do so. This place has a line out the door every night of the week.
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