7 Best sushi restaurants in Los Angeles!

While not strictly a sushi restaurant, this Culver City establishment is a must-visit for fans of Japanese cuisine. Chef Niki Nakayama's kaiseki-style tasting menus feature a variety of seasonal dishes, including sushi, prepared with precision and care. Reservations are required well in advance.


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This Beverly Hills restaurant is considered by many to be the best sushi restaurant in the city, with a menu that changes daily based on what is fresh and available. The omakase menu can cost several hundred dollars per person, but the experience is unforgettable.



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This omakase-only restaurant in downtown LA offers a personalized and luxurious sushi experience with highly skilled chefs using premium ingredients.


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Q Sushi

Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's flagship restaurant in Beverly Hills serves a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, including his famous miso-marinated black cod.


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This tiny, intimate sushi bar in West Hollywood is highly regarded for its traditional Japanese sushi made with premium ingredients.


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Sushi Park

Sugarfish is known for its affordable, high-quality sushi. The omakase-style Trust Me menu is a popular choice.


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This high-end sushi restaurant in Beverly Hills offers an omakase experience featuring fresh, seasonal fish and ingredients flown in from Japan.


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Sushi Ginza Onodera

These are just a few of the many great sushi restaurants in LA. It's worth noting that some of these restaurants can be quite expensive, so be prepared to spend a pretty penny for an unforgettable sushi experience.