Mia Sushi

★★★★★
  • 4741 North Eagle Rock Boulevard

    Los Angeles, CA 90041

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  • 323-256-2562

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Yeah here's my tip; don't go there. So I took my family went to Mia Sushi. To be fair, I've eaten there before and the prices seemed high for basically mehh food. And it's loud for a sushi place but it was okay\r
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Today we went in

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★★★★★

Yeah here's my tip; don't go there. So I took my family went to Mia Sushi. To be fair, I've eaten there before and the prices seemed high for basically mehh food. And it's loud for a sushi place but it was okay\r
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Today we went in

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Best food in town
Food is amazing. Every time I come here, I feel like I never want to leave. Very chic atmosphere with a relaxing mood.
The service is great and the staff really does a terrific job at taking care of you.
The appetizers

3
★★★★★

Best food in town
Food is amazing. Every time I come here, I feel like I never want to leave. Very chic atmosphere with a relaxing mood.
The service is great and the staff really does a terrific job at taking care of you.
The appetizers

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I'd stay away from this place. The prices out of control for the quality of sushi here, and the sushi itself is poor quality. It's got some lame fusion thing going on and they've done a poor job at actually fusing anything. Their dishes

3
★★★★★

I'd stay away from this place. The prices out of control for the quality of sushi here, and the sushi itself is poor quality. It's got some lame fusion thing going on and they've done a poor job at actually fusing anything. Their dishes

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This is not your usual Japanese restaurant. It is 5 steps up! The food is fresh, delicious and served in an unusally tasty manner. The servers and staff are helpful and friendly and definately aim to please. We love this place even

3
★★★★★

This is not your usual Japanese restaurant. It is 5 steps up! The food is fresh, delicious and served in an unusally tasty manner. The servers and staff are helpful and friendly and definately aim to please. We love this place even

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They have inventive and modern sushi along with the classics. There fish is always very fresh and I have yet to have a bad piece. I am very picky about quality, cut and new flavors so I was so happy when I found a high quality sushi resteraunt. They are located in a wierd place and it is not the cheapest place to go but it is worth it. If I don't eat here, I drive to Studio city. Try the bamboo roll!

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★★★★★

They have inventive and modern sushi along with the classics. There fish is always very fresh and I have yet to have a bad piece. I am very picky about quality, cut and new flavors so I was so happy when I found a high quality sushi resteraunt. They are located in a wierd place and it is not the cheapest place to go but it is worth it. If I don't eat here, I drive to Studio city. Try the bamboo roll!

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Kazu (I think thats the way his name is spelled) the head sushi chef, is the best in town. I dont even have to tell him what I want - with just a few visits, he already knows what I want. And if I am feeling adventurous, I let him

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★★★★★

Kazu (I think thats the way his name is spelled) the head sushi chef, is the best in town. I dont even have to tell him what I want - with just a few visits, he already knows what I want. And if I am feeling adventurous, I let him

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I reluctantly suggested this place to my girlfriends for our girl's night out after reading a few negative comments on this page but felt compelled to go because I have heard that this place is actually good. I'm one to draw my own

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★★★★★

I reluctantly suggested this place to my girlfriends for our girl's night out after reading a few negative comments on this page but felt compelled to go because I have heard that this place is actually good. I'm one to draw my own

Pros: Quality of the Sushi, Sushi Chefs are awesome, service is friendly

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I am confused by all the back-and-forth reviews on this place, because my two trips here have both been gawd-awful. I just can't imagine any situation where this place doesn't just stink. I went once with my wife and found it to be a

3
★★★★★

I am confused by all the back-and-forth reviews on this place, because my two trips here have both been gawd-awful. I just can't imagine any situation where this place doesn't just stink. I went once with my wife and found it to be a

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First I'd like to say I dont know where the previous people think they went to I had the exact opposite experience! The vibe was great! The fish quality is amazing and they were very open to personiling rolls for me!! I had an amazing

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★★★★★

First I'd like to say I dont know where the previous people think they went to I had the exact opposite experience! The vibe was great! The fish quality is amazing and they were very open to personiling rolls for me!! I had an amazing

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Looking around here I don't have much to add to the already terrible reviews, other than to say they are spot on. For the life of me I don't understand what people have enjoyed here and how anybody can give it a positive rating. I'm

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★★★★★

Looking around here I don't have much to add to the already terrible reviews, other than to say they are spot on. For the life of me I don't understand what people have enjoyed here and how anybody can give it a positive rating. I'm

Pros: You can pretend you're cool spending a lot of money at a bad sushi joint.

Cons: Actually eating here

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My wife and I have tired many sushi restaurants in LA. Some good, alot not worth mentioning. We read an a good review in the LA Times and thought we would give it a try. We were very impressed by the service and fresh sashimi. We had a

3
★★★★★

My wife and I have tired many sushi restaurants in LA. Some good, alot not worth mentioning. We read an a good review in the LA Times and thought we would give it a try. We were very impressed by the service and fresh sashimi. We had a

Pros: Service, Friendly Staff, just what Eagle Rock needed!

Cons: not a lot of room for a large group, but good for 2 to 6 people.

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I read all the reviews and despite the numerous bad ones, thought I'd still give it a try. Oh what a waste of time and (a lot) of money.\r
The food was all terrible, the drink selection crappy and everything way overpriced. Beyond that,

3
★★★★★

I read all the reviews and despite the numerous bad ones, thought I'd still give it a try. Oh what a waste of time and (a lot) of money.\r
The food was all terrible, the drink selection crappy and everything way overpriced. Beyond that,

Pros: ?

Cons: Everything

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California cuisine style sushi classics are prepared by Japanese chefs and attractive hosts welcome you and attend service.

The conversations and vibe represent the neighborhood it resides in -- a mix of Occidental students, local artists, and downtown political wonks discussing issues of the day.

For those seeking a traditional formal sushi experience, this is not your temple.

The sushi is fresh, but can take time to prepare when crowded. People do not come here to rush, but visit awhile and unwind.

The staff is friendly and warm, if a bit hurried at times.

Most seek out patio seating, as its a nice highlight at night under the heat lamps. It has the ambiance of a relaxed, landscaped outdoor room and is more flexible for larger groups than inside, where table configurations are limited it can be a loud for some when crowded.

Later hours than other local restaurants can drive unexpected crowds here after 9PM.

Valet parking is a must (for "don't walk in L.A." types) Those with an independent streak should plan on spending 5-10 minutes looking for a street parking, and another 5 walking from the car.

Overall a neighborhood sushi bar/restaurant worth visiting and sharing with friends when the sushi mood strikes.

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★★★★☆

California cuisine style sushi classics are prepared by Japanese chefs and attractive hosts welcome you and attend service.

The conversations and vibe represent the neighborhood it resides in -- a mix of Occidental students, local artists, and downtown political wonks discussing issues of the day.

For those seeking a traditional formal sushi experience, this is not your temple.

The sushi is fresh, but can take time to prepare when crowded. People do not come here to rush, but visit awhile and unwind.

The staff is friendly and warm, if a bit hurried at times.

Most seek out patio seating, as its a nice highlight at night under the heat lamps. It has the ambiance of a relaxed, landscaped outdoor room and is more flexible for larger groups than inside, where table configurations are limited it can be a loud for some when crowded.

Later hours than other local restaurants can drive unexpected crowds here after 9PM.

Valet parking is a must (for "don't walk in L.A." types) Those with an independent streak should plan on spending 5-10 minutes looking for a street parking, and another 5 walking from the car.

Overall a neighborhood sushi bar/restaurant worth visiting and sharing with friends when the sushi mood strikes.

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My girlfriend and I were in the Eagle Rock area and found a new Sushi restaurant by the name of Mia Sushi. We decided to try it and we were amazed at the friendly greeting as we entered the restaurant. We were lucky to be accommodated

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★★★★★

My girlfriend and I were in the Eagle Rock area and found a new Sushi restaurant by the name of Mia Sushi. We decided to try it and we were amazed at the friendly greeting as we entered the restaurant. We were lucky to be accommodated

Pros: great sushi and service in the area

Cons: wish it was a bigger sushi bar

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I like to go to Mia's before heading out to old town for a night out. The sushi is always fresh and flavorful. I've dabbled around the menu a bit, but I keep coming back to the Mia roll and the chicken salad (a must try!). The

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★★★★★

I like to go to Mia's before heading out to old town for a night out. The sushi is always fresh and flavorful. I've dabbled around the menu a bit, but I keep coming back to the Mia roll and the chicken salad (a must try!). The

Pros: great quality sushi

Cons: not a lot of indoor seating

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Ok. So...I'm not a huge sushi fan, but I have had enough of it to know when sushi is bad or good, and when I get the occasional sushi craving, I almost always head to Mia. I've tried to like other places, but Mia has never been anything

3
★★★★★

Ok. So...I'm not a huge sushi fan, but I have had enough of it to know when sushi is bad or good, and when I get the occasional sushi craving, I almost always head to Mia. I've tried to like other places, but Mia has never been anything

Pros: Yummy, no attitude, always consistent, Black and Gold sake

Cons: I wish they had more desserts to choose from.

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I have given Mia sushi several opportunities to delight my palate, however each time does not get better. I want to love it....it is the closet sushi place to me...but I dislike it. The service leaves much to be desired. Our servers

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★★★★★

I have given Mia sushi several opportunities to delight my palate, however each time does not get better. I want to love it....it is the closet sushi place to me...but I dislike it. The service leaves much to be desired. Our servers

Pros: CD 14 roll

Cons: service, attitude

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I love sushi. Toro sashimi, salmon nigiri, spicy tuna rolls, whatever. I love it. What they serve at Mia is NOT sushi. The rice was dry, the fish oily and most of the time it was all drizzled in some overbearing sauce or stuffed full

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★★★★★

I love sushi. Toro sashimi, salmon nigiri, spicy tuna rolls, whatever. I love it. What they serve at Mia is NOT sushi. The rice was dry, the fish oily and most of the time it was all drizzled in some overbearing sauce or stuffed full

Pros: You may pretend you're sophisticated if you eat here

Cons: The food, the prices and everything else.

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Okay, this place isn't bad at all. I probably come once a month...it is a little pricey for what you get, but all in all it is a great place. However, it is usually crowded so sometimes I'll just skip and go somewhere else instead of

3
★★★★★

Okay, this place isn't bad at all. I probably come once a month...it is a little pricey for what you get, but all in all it is a great place. However, it is usually crowded so sometimes I'll just skip and go somewhere else instead of

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I wish I had read more of these reviews before I went and blew a couple hundred dollars on such deficient sushi at Mia. I was fine with the lackluster service, the cheeseball decor and even willing to put up with valet parking in Eagle

3
★★★★★

I wish I had read more of these reviews before I went and blew a couple hundred dollars on such deficient sushi at Mia. I was fine with the lackluster service, the cheeseball decor and even willing to put up with valet parking in Eagle

Pros: Ample street parking

Cons: Everything else about the restaurant

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Every time I've had the pleasure of dining at Mia's has been wonderful! The staff has always been friendly and fun. I've had practically everything on the menu and have never been disappointed. Even my finicky friends love it and end up

3
★★★★★

Every time I've had the pleasure of dining at Mia's has been wonderful! The staff has always been friendly and fun. I've had practically everything on the menu and have never been disappointed. Even my finicky friends love it and end up

Pros: Food, friendly staff, exquisite decor.

Cons: Finding street parking.

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My wife and I love Sushi and are always excited to try new spots and usually eat sushi about once a week. Living in Eagle Rock we were especially excited to give Mia a try as nothing would make us happier than a local fresh fish spot. In

3
★★★★★

My wife and I love Sushi and are always excited to try new spots and usually eat sushi about once a week. Living in Eagle Rock we were especially excited to give Mia a try as nothing would make us happier than a local fresh fish spot. In

Pros: Ample street parking

Cons: Bad food, bad service, music too loud.

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Was looking forward to having a great Sushi place in Eagle Rock. \r
This place was good. The Sushi was good. I have had better but this was good too.\r
Yes, it can be crowded at times but all in all was a pretty decent experience.

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★★★★★

Was looking forward to having a great Sushi place in Eagle Rock. \r
This place was good. The Sushi was good. I have had better but this was good too.\r
Yes, it can be crowded at times but all in all was a pretty decent experience.

Pros: Good Service and food

Cons: overcrowding

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Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Do not pass this one by! The food was great! Definitely top quality fish! I recommend trying the Firecracker Salad, Mia Roll, and the Bamboo Roll (my three favorites). I dine at Mia Sushi frequently and I have

3
★★★★★

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Do not pass this one by! The food was great! Definitely top quality fish! I recommend trying the Firecracker Salad, Mia Roll, and the Bamboo Roll (my three favorites). I dine at Mia Sushi frequently and I have

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What an awful place! The sushi is bland and probably not fresh (we sent our salmon back it looked so bad) and the tempura was greasy and tough. The service was piss-poor and everything was WAY overpriced for the quality and portion. The music is obnoxious and too loud and you can't even have a conversation. Besides that, the valets tried to force us to park with them. I wish we had left before we even went in.

PROS: Leaving
CONS: The food, the service, the parking, the neigborhood

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★☆☆☆☆

What an awful place! The sushi is bland and probably not fresh (we sent our salmon back it looked so bad) and the tempura was greasy and tough. The service was piss-poor and everything was WAY overpriced for the quality and portion. The music is obnoxious and too loud and you can't even have a conversation. Besides that, the valets tried to force us to park with them. I wish we had left before we even went in.

PROS: Leaving
CONS: The food, the service, the parking, the neigborhood

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Hoping our first experience was a fluke, my wife and I have unfortunately dined at Mia twice now. We both love sushi and were excited for Eagle Rock to finally get it's very own sushi spot. Mia Sushi however, is not what we were hoping

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★★★★★

Hoping our first experience was a fluke, my wife and I have unfortunately dined at Mia twice now. We both love sushi and were excited for Eagle Rock to finally get it's very own sushi spot. Mia Sushi however, is not what we were hoping

Pros: Leaving when finished

Cons: Rude Valets, Snobby Service, Bad Fish

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My wife and I ate at Mia Sushi and had a terrible experience. The food only so-so and service totally sucked. But worse than that was that we both got really sick after eating there. Really REALLY sick.
Even before getting sick we decided we never wanted to go back. We still love sushi, but don't ever want to see Mia again.

PROS: None
CONS: Sushi makes you vomit

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I ate at Mia Sushi and had a terrible experience. The food only so-so and service totally sucked. But worse than that was that we both got really sick after eating there. Really REALLY sick.
Even before getting sick we decided we never wanted to go back. We still love sushi, but don't ever want to see Mia again.

PROS: None
CONS: Sushi makes you vomit

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This restaurant was one of the worst experiences I've had in Eagle Rock. The fish was terrible and the service was worse. There is obnoxious, way too loud music playing (Rudy, this is a restaurant, not a dance club) that is hard to speak over. Beyond that, there are pushy, rude valets trying to force you to valet your car despite the fact there is ample street parking just a few feet away.

PROS: Patio is nice
CONS: Bad fish, bad service, rude valet parking

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★☆☆☆☆

This restaurant was one of the worst experiences I've had in Eagle Rock. The fish was terrible and the service was worse. There is obnoxious, way too loud music playing (Rudy, this is a restaurant, not a dance club) that is hard to speak over. Beyond that, there are pushy, rude valets trying to force you to valet your car despite the fact there is ample street parking just a few feet away.

PROS: Patio is nice
CONS: Bad fish, bad service, rude valet parking

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This restaurant thinks way too much of itself. The sushi is mediocre at best with fish of questionable quality. Additionally the service has been incredibly poor during our couple visits that we have no desire to return. Also obnoxious

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★★★★★

This restaurant thinks way too much of itself. The sushi is mediocre at best with fish of questionable quality. Additionally the service has been incredibly poor during our couple visits that we have no desire to return. Also obnoxious

Pros: Outdoor patio

Cons: Over priced, bad sushi. Bad Service

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I have to say that I wasn't sure that I wanted to go after reading the reviews on the terrible service & the pricing. I'm so glad that I changed my mind! Mia truly has some of the best quality fish in town (& I've eaten almost

3
★★★★★

I have to say that I wasn't sure that I wanted to go after reading the reviews on the terrible service & the pricing. I'm so glad that I changed my mind! Mia truly has some of the best quality fish in town (& I've eaten almost

Pros: Amazing quality & freshness of sushi/sashimi

Cons: long wait with out a reservation

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We got there and was seated very promptly. The Restaurant was filled, but not super busy. It took about 15 min until they took our order. came by once to give us water, then about 40 min passed, and some of our order was brought to us. The

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★★★★★

We got there and was seated very promptly. The Restaurant was filled, but not super busy. It took about 15 min until they took our order. came by once to give us water, then about 40 min passed, and some of our order was brought to us. The

Pros: Cute atmosphere, cool design

Cons: Long wait, bad service, Music was loud

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We stopped in last Saturday night excited to try the new hip sushi place (In Eagle Rock, even!!) that had recently opened up down the street. I was impressed by the ambience; soft amber lights and your basic electronic vibe on the bose

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★★★★★

We stopped in last Saturday night excited to try the new hip sushi place (In Eagle Rock, even!!) that had recently opened up down the street. I was impressed by the ambience; soft amber lights and your basic electronic vibe on the bose

Pros: ambience

Cons: Slow, bad service, small rolls, overpriced

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Being in the advertising industry for over ten years now, I can tell that new restaurants in city's like LA are made and broken on viral buzz. And as a local young, laidback Eagle Rock resident, I can promise you they'll get some from

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★★★★★

Being in the advertising industry for over ten years now, I can tell that new restaurants in city's like LA are made and broken on viral buzz. And as a local young, laidback Eagle Rock resident, I can promise you they'll get some from

Pros: eagle rock roll

Cons: cramped, non existing service, bland food

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1) The server brought our table the wrong beverage order three times (3 Times!).
2) The server did not check-in to find out if we needed anything. We constantly had to make requests to other attendants.
3) The server failed to place an order for a dessert we specified at the beginning of the order.
4) Our check and credit card sat on the table for 10 minutes while servers walked back and forth without bothering to pick up the payment. Again, we had to flag down another attendant.
5) Fewer and smaller sushi roll pieces served, which although good, do not justify the cost.

And, NO the restaurant was not crowded at the time. There were only 4 tables with patrons. Will not return. The food was above average BUT not worth the price.

PROS: Above average food (not worth the price)
CONS: Poor Service, Disorganized

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1) The server brought our table the wrong beverage order three times (3 Times!).
2) The server did not check-in to find out if we needed anything. We constantly had to make requests to other attendants.
3) The server failed to place an order for a dessert we specified at the beginning of the order.
4) Our check and credit card sat on the table for 10 minutes while servers walked back and forth without bothering to pick up the payment. Again, we had to flag down another attendant.
5) Fewer and smaller sushi roll pieces served, which although good, do not justify the cost.

And, NO the restaurant was not crowded at the time. There were only 4 tables with patrons. Will not return. The food was above average BUT not worth the price.

PROS: Above average food (not worth the price)
CONS: Poor Service, Disorganized

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Great sushi, great service, great location. I can walk to it. The nigiri sushi is among the best I've had anywhere; I haven't eaten my way around the rolls menu yet, but the few I've tried have been delicious. Not the usual fare, either --

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★★★★★

Great sushi, great service, great location. I can walk to it. The nigiri sushi is among the best I've had anywhere; I haven't eaten my way around the rolls menu yet, but the few I've tried have been delicious. Not the usual fare, either --

Pros: delicious, parking, friendly servers

Cons: noisy

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Wonderful restaurant. Located about a mile south of Colorado on Eagle Rock Blvd. Great feel and dcor. I have only had sushi and strongly recommend it (two visits and counting). There are a number of very creative dishes on the menu, which look like house creations. The ingredients are plainly listed on the menu. I have heard extremely positive comments on these dishes.

Seating is limited and since Mia opened there have been crowds. Based on the quality of food, I expect the crowds to stay ? so make reservations. FYI on Tuesday (3/22/06) Mia was written up in the LA Times ? which will bring even more crowds.

Parking is like everything in Eagle Rock ? very limited, but Mia does offer valet.

PROS: Sushi, Valet
CONS:

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Wonderful restaurant. Located about a mile south of Colorado on Eagle Rock Blvd. Great feel and dcor. I have only had sushi and strongly recommend it (two visits and counting). There are a number of very creative dishes on the menu, which look like house creations. The ingredients are plainly listed on the menu. I have heard extremely positive comments on these dishes.

Seating is limited and since Mia opened there have been crowds. Based on the quality of food, I expect the crowds to stay ? so make reservations. FYI on Tuesday (3/22/06) Mia was written up in the LA Times ? which will bring even more crowds.

Parking is like everything in Eagle Rock ? very limited, but Mia does offer valet.

PROS: Sushi, Valet
CONS:

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Who would have thought this place would be so good. Its the only place of its kind within 15 miles, and the sushi is great. Its interesting that they have great varieties. Some new things i havent seen before with chic names pertaining to eagle rock and mt.washington.. such as the mt.washington roll.. SO GOOD! They are usually busy, kind of odd for being in such a weird location, but that just goes to show how good the food is. Parking is limited in front of the restaurant so you have to park on either of the side streets or valet the car. Great vibe and the place looks top notch. Make reservations though! Its not super pricey either, its about mid range as far as that goes, ive paid much more for less quality at other places.

PROS: Great food, friendly good looking staff, great ambience, not super pricey
CONS: parking

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★★★★★

Who would have thought this place would be so good. Its the only place of its kind within 15 miles, and the sushi is great. Its interesting that they have great varieties. Some new things i havent seen before with chic names pertaining to eagle rock and mt.washington.. such as the mt.washington roll.. SO GOOD! They are usually busy, kind of odd for being in such a weird location, but that just goes to show how good the food is. Parking is limited in front of the restaurant so you have to park on either of the side streets or valet the car. Great vibe and the place looks top notch. Make reservations though! Its not super pricey either, its about mid range as far as that goes, ive paid much more for less quality at other places.

PROS: Great food, friendly good looking staff, great ambience, not super pricey
CONS: parking

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they seared our sashimi

jalapenos do not, i repeat do not belong on sushi.

in the car on the way home we had to stop and get some tums,
my friend, kept saying "they seared the sashimi".

it was like we stopped off in the middle of kansas, at the only sushi resturant in 500 mile radius.
or it could have been idaho.

how could a sushi a resturant that close to little tokyo, be that awful. since moving from echo park to mt washington, i had high hopes for this little resturant. and mind you, theres no good resturants in echo park either, so it's not like my standards were too high.

really the worst dinner out i've had in years.
listen people......
you can not fuse mexican food with japanese food.
it's downright wrong
thet are both great on their own, butnever shall the two meet.

good luck mia.

PROS: theres a patio, it's clean our waitress was cute.
CONS: the worst sushi ever

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they seared our sashimi

jalapenos do not, i repeat do not belong on sushi.

in the car on the way home we had to stop and get some tums,
my friend, kept saying "they seared the sashimi".

it was like we stopped off in the middle of kansas, at the only sushi resturant in 500 mile radius.
or it could have been idaho.

how could a sushi a resturant that close to little tokyo, be that awful. since moving from echo park to mt washington, i had high hopes for this little resturant. and mind you, theres no good resturants in echo park either, so it's not like my standards were too high.

really the worst dinner out i've had in years.
listen people......
you can not fuse mexican food with japanese food.
it's downright wrong
thet are both great on their own, butnever shall the two meet.

good luck mia.

PROS: theres a patio, it's clean our waitress was cute.
CONS: the worst sushi ever

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Who would have thought that Eagle Rock would have good sushi? This place just opened about 2 weeks ago. They are only open for dinner. A majority of their seating is on the patio with some indoor seating at tables and sushi bar. The sushi presentation was among the best I have seen in the greater Pasadena area. Everything we tried was great! Dinner reservations highly recommended.

It truly is a hidden gem that you might miss due to the location. (hint: If you hit York Blvd. you have gone to far.) Parking is limited and on the streets, but they did add Valet as of last weekend.

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CONS: Parking

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Who would have thought that Eagle Rock would have good sushi? This place just opened about 2 weeks ago. They are only open for dinner. A majority of their seating is on the patio with some indoor seating at tables and sushi bar. The sushi presentation was among the best I have seen in the greater Pasadena area. Everything we tried was great! Dinner reservations highly recommended.

It truly is a hidden gem that you might miss due to the location. (hint: If you hit York Blvd. you have gone to far.) Parking is limited and on the streets, but they did add Valet as of last weekend.

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CONS: Parking

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