I had been told that this was a spot frequented by many Japanese living in LA and so we had to try, even though there is enough good sushi in this town to keep us busy for years.
This place was tiny but very authentic, not that different from some small restaurants I've eaten at in some Tokyo suburbs and needless to say we were the only white people in the restaurant.
I will not order omakase unless I really trust a place so we ordered off the menu and had some amazing albacore morsels in a tataki dish, 3 different grades of toro, and a variety of fishes flown in daily from Japan. Top this off with a couple of perfect king crab handrolls and this becaome one of my favorite places in LA instantly.
There are hardly any cooked dishes so don't go if you are not wanting sushi and sashimi.
Anyone else been here and experience the same? I know I will be back for omakase soon.
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