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
Split service: Sushi and Ramen
All-you-can-eat sushi restaurant
B health rating as of October 2016.
Korean-run Japanese sushi restaurant tucked in a corner of the ground floor of a strip mall.
Sushi One opened for business in February 2016. On the menu: conger eel, scallops, chocolate mousse bars Published in 2015: Sushi Omakase Bar opening in autumn 2015. (according to sign) North side of 6th Street between Western Avenue and Oxford Avenue, in the old space of Jenny’s Dog Grooming.
“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.
UPDATE: Apparently due to very poor reviews right after Ume Sushi opened, the restaurant quickly disavowed its previous moniker(s) and by late February 2016 had signs up announcing that it is SAKE TORI. Five-star reviews posted on Yelp as well for SakeTori by seemingly newbie or low-activity users. PREVIOUSLY WRITTEN… During construction, had a sign up on Western Avenue announcing the impending opening of OBAKE All-You-Can-Eat Sushi. Opened in December 2015 as UME ayce sushi. Korean-owned restaurant. In the space formerly occupied by Western Pocha.
Sushi-Ko is a restaurant located on the second floor of the Aroma building on the southwest corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Serrano Avenue. On the menu: sashimi rice