Japanese-run sushi restaurant on Beverly Boulevard. On the menu: Truffle Kanpachi (amberjack), Asahi It’s your neighborhood hipster sushi hangout. Solid food at a reasonable price, and done in a more Japanese style than you’ll often find in our beloved Ktown. It’s cash only though, so be sure to carry paper. – Ryan M. For 30 years! NOSHI SUSHI 06/24/2016 90.0 RESTAURANT (61-150) SEATS
T Equals Fish Korean sashimi restaurant on the second floor of Western Village Square. It is usually open daily, 3:00 pm – 12:00 midnight. Plans to open on Christmas Day 2015.
Korean-run Japanese sushi restaurant in the former space of Bistro Sakana / Kyoto Sushi in Chapman Plaza. Lunch specials. Sashimi. Sake.
“LA Hwaluh” is a very Korean establishment… Specializes in seafood, particularly live fish, sashimi, sushi, and eel. The restaurant’s Korean name 활어광장 is actually pronounced Hwareo Gwang-jang. The smaller English letters on the sign spells out the pronunciation as Hwal Uh. Lunch special: Hwe Dup Bap (Hwedeobbap) $7.99 Prices and availability of items are subject to change. *Open on Christmas Day 2015 from around 4:30 pm.
Sushi Ye is a small Korean-run restaurant serving sashimi in a dingy strip mall in North Koreatown. Open lunch and dinner hours. Closed on Sundays.
Korean-run Japanese restaurant on Vermont Avenue serving hwe (raw fish). Omakase ($120 per person) entrusts the selection to the chef. Open only during lunch and dinner hours. Closed on Sundays. “Koreatown’s oldest sushi bar.” Did have a change of ownership in 2009 — that’s why it’s NEW Shogun.
The restaurant’s name AWON is pronounced “Oh-won” in Korean. Specialty: hwe deop bap (salad with rice and sashimi) Jeonbok-juk (abalone porridge) Altang (hot and spicy cod-roe stew) Miyeok Muchim (seaweed salad) Located at the dingy strip mall known as Vermotn Plaza. * Has hygiene issues.
Restaurant famous for sashimi and live octopus. “Wa! Ssadda” can be translated from Korean as “Wow! Inexpensive!” Note though that prices are anything but cheap. When you enter the restaurant, you will be surrounded by fish tanks featuring your dinner menu. A popular item is the Gwango (flounder) hwe plate, to which you can add live lobster, live sea cucumber, or live abalone. Gaebul (spoon worms) The number of the bar Wassada Pocha next door is (323) 466-0991. 와싸다 포차 (와포) Open only for dinner. Occasionally open for lunch on Sundays.
Poorly rated Korean seafood restaurant serving oysters, halibut, blue crabs, live octopus, sea squirts, sashimi, hwedeobbap… 10/09/2012 92 A 06/06/2012 84 B 03/29/2012 90 A