This isn’t just one of the most expensive meals in LA, it’s one of the most expensive meals in the country. A dinner for two here can easily cross the $1,200 mark and far more if you’re looking to drink. But if you’re looking for a once in a lifetime dining experience (with some of the finest sushi in the world), head to N. Rodeo Dr. to get it. Just leave your phones in your pocket, or prepare to not be at Urasawa anymore.
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Our guide to the 39 greatest sushi spots in LA, from incredible a la carte meals to once-in-a-lifetime omakase.
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Da Lat Rose is a Vietnamese tasting-menu experience above the legendary Crustacean in Beverly Hills.
Matsuhisa is the Beverly Hills restaurant that launched the Nobu empire, and there’s no sushi place that feels more LA.
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The omakase at Kiriko on Sawtelle is expensive but excellent. They also do more affordable lunch specials.
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The downtown location of the iconic sushi chain is still some of the freshest fish in the neighborhood.
Umeda is a Japanese spot run by a former Nobu chef whose unique food makes up for very hefty prices.
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