The mom and pop store will leave Little Osaka, taking a sterling spread of seafood with it.
Is a restaurant named Soy Sauce Roll really going to appeal to anyone?
Already the coffee creations here look to be on a different level of artistry from Intelligentsia.
The forthcoming shop is likely an import from the Japanese chain of the same name.
The L.A. Weekly critic also takes a first bite at Ray's and declares Morningstar the current market menu master.
Where to get inexpensive, dedicated sushi, homey Thai, and the Westside's best Vietnamese restaurant won Santa Monica Blvd.
The all you can eat sushi and Japanese cuisine buffet will come closer to its central L.A. fans.
And in the process, they teach you exactly what is being yelled when you enter a sushi restaurant.
Strangely, it's not the robata that wows L.A.'s number-one critic at Robata Jinya.
Guests enjoyed okonomiyaki, Kobe kalbi tempura, and octopus balls in support of The Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation.
The artistic sushi maker is only offering her beautiful omakase once a long soft-opening period comes to its end.
"Fish is very sensitive...when you eat something with radiation the people get sick," Nobi Kushuhara says.
The owners hope that someday takoyaki could be the next sushi.
Great cheap eats options for sushi, yakitori, Japanese curry, and groceries in West L.A.
Sushi Sapporo opens in a Santa Monica space that once housed a similar restaurant.
Trader Joe's probably has nothing to fear, but Mitsuwa might not be as lucky.
Uni-topped tofu at Aburiya Toranoko might become the most in-demand bite in Downtown L.A.
We're not sure if it's Mexican food fans or sushi obsessives being targeted in this odd new food truck.
Where to get authentic Mexican seafood, inexpensive goat tacos, and sushi specials on the southern end of this Westside street.
From the name and massive Japanese menu to the graffiti on the walls, Michael Cardenas' follow-up to Lazy Ox sounds really really cool.