Tiger Tears Apart Lucky Fish on Canon; Kabuki Offers Secret Stash of Sake

Tiger's style
Tiger’s style Photo: Tiger

There was a moment we struggled to keep all the “Fish” spots straight—Lucky Fish, Fat Fish, Crazy Fish. While the latter proved disappointing enough to make confusion mostly moot, the job is slightly simpler now that Thrillist informs us the lucky one (not necessarily the sucky one) was replaced yesterday by Tiger Beverly Hills. Tiger’s both a traditional and twisted sushi restaurant (like dried squid ink on tempura rolls) and creative Japanese steakhouse that has taken the Canon space and dosed it with dazzling white walls and a wooden patio. According to its website, Lucky Fish will rebirth their Kaiten sushi spot somewhere else. Tiger, 340 N Canon Dr. Beverly Hills. (310) 274-3200.

In other Japanese dining news, the Kabuki chain hollered to let us know they have three sakes acquired exclusively that are otherwise unavailable in the U.S. The restaurant is offering the three varieties—Kaishu for $6.95, Senkin Nigori at $7.95, and Hyoko No Shizaku for $8.95—through the holidays as part of a Winter Sake Special at the Hollywood, Valencia, and Huntington Beach locations. The sake special will be accompanied by the chain’s master sommelier, who will run like a crazy man between all locations to offer some guidance to the different varieties.

Eat: Tiger [Thrillist]