Japanese-run sushi restaurant on Beverly Boulevard
Restaurant famous for sashimi and live octopus.
“Wa! Ssadda” can be translated from Korean as “Wow! Inexpensive!”
All-you-can-eat sushi restaurant
“LA Hwaluh” is a Korean restaurant focused on 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.
Korean-run Japanese restaurant specializing in hwe (sashimi / raw fish)
Open for dinner from Monday to Saturday, 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm.
Closed on Sundays.
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