Kiyokawa Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 265 S. Robertson Blvd.

    Beverly Hills, CA 90211

    Map & Directions
  • 310-358-1900

About Kiyokawa Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Mon-Fri 11 am - 3 pm; 6 - 10 pm Sat 6 pm - 10 pm

Food

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If your a fan of Japanese restaurants then you should stop in. They are located near Cider Sini Hospital. Personally, I have never been a fan of sushi. However, it was not a bad as I thought it would be. The restaurant does a nice presentation.

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If your a fan of Japanese restaurants then you should stop in. They are located near Cider Sini Hospital. Personally, I have never been a fan of sushi. However, it was not a bad as I thought it would be. The restaurant does a nice presentation.

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This is the best sushi place in town. The food is why we go back. I have a young child so high quality and organic food is very important. Satoshi the owner has the best fingers foods, fried brown rice crackers, fried tofu, the best

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This is the best sushi place in town. The food is why we go back. I have a young child so high quality and organic food is very important. Satoshi the owner has the best fingers foods, fried brown rice crackers, fried tofu, the best

Pros: food sushi rice appetizers fresh organic

Cons: parking

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This place is in a nice area of Beverly Hills on Robertson Blvd. We checked this place out because of the location and because they advertise themselves as being natural and organic. The sushi rolls ranged from $6-$20 in price with the

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This place is in a nice area of Beverly Hills on Robertson Blvd. We checked this place out because of the location and because they advertise themselves as being natural and organic. The sushi rolls ranged from $6-$20 in price with the

Pros: Location, Organic/Natural

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I am a native Japanese from Tokyo. I am also organizing a Japanese Gourmet Food Club in Los Angeles area. So, I know what is the true Japanese food like and where is the good Japanese restaurant to go in Los Angeles. The owner chef,

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I am a native Japanese from Tokyo. I am also organizing a Japanese Gourmet Food Club in Los Angeles area. So, I know what is the true Japanese food like and where is the good Japanese restaurant to go in Los Angeles. The owner chef,

Pros: Great Food, Great Ambience and Great Servive. Unusual Japanese dishes.

Cons: Nothing!

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The quality of this place is great. Its cute the service is good. You can't oder anything bad. I definitely can tell the quality is better then most Sushi places because its organic. It has more flavor.The sear fish sushi are very yummy.

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The quality of this place is great. Its cute the service is good. You can't oder anything bad. I definitely can tell the quality is better then most Sushi places because its organic. It has more flavor.The sear fish sushi are very yummy.

Pros: Everything

Cons: small space. hard to find

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if your looking for a quite and very clean sushi resturant with great service and outstanding food this family run resturant is for you . You are treated with incredile care and fed with food specifically made by your request. Ive never

3
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if your looking for a quite and very clean sushi resturant with great service and outstanding food this family run resturant is for you . You are treated with incredile care and fed with food specifically made by your request. Ive never

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So I recently started a new job in Beverly Hills. I kept driving by this interesting looking sushi place. Finally one day after work I decided it was time to give the place a try. I was greeted right away. Cool jazz music was playing

3
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So I recently started a new job in Beverly Hills. I kept driving by this interesting looking sushi place. Finally one day after work I decided it was time to give the place a try. I was greeted right away. Cool jazz music was playing

Pros: sushi is incredible

Cons: small staff, so if it's crowded it make take a little while to get your food....but very worth it

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I heard great reviews about Kiyokawa from a friend who eats here every week. When we finally went there, we could tell they would treat us with great care. We were right. Service was superb. Food was also prepared in such great care that

3
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I heard great reviews about Kiyokawa from a friend who eats here every week. When we finally went there, we could tell they would treat us with great care. We were right. Service was superb. Food was also prepared in such great care that

Pros: Personalized service, ambiance

Cons: Not for a quick bite

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Try the tuna toatadas. Outstanding!!!\r
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Also, the cold sake with the blue fin is LIGHTS OUT!!!!\r
Great sushi joint to go with a friend or by yourself. \r
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Everything here is fantastic. Always a great experience. \r
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★★★★★

Try the tuna toatadas. Outstanding!!!\r
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Also, the cold sake with the blue fin is LIGHTS OUT!!!!\r
Great sushi joint to go with a friend or by yourself. \r
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Everything here is fantastic. Always a great experience. \r
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Pros: All good!!

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I never bother writing reviews about well established restaurants or one's that seem to be running on their own momentum already. Usually because they don't need it, and I also don't want them getting any more crowded and hard to reserve

3
★★★★★

I never bother writing reviews about well established restaurants or one's that seem to be running on their own momentum already. Usually because they don't need it, and I also don't want them getting any more crowded and hard to reserve

Pros: Easy parking

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My friend and I found this gem completely by accident, and now we make a point to eat here at least once a week (otherwise we go through serious withdrawal). Everything on the menu is divine, but the Toro, Albacore and Yellowtail is

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My friend and I found this gem completely by accident, and now we make a point to eat here at least once a week (otherwise we go through serious withdrawal). Everything on the menu is divine, but the Toro, Albacore and Yellowtail is

Pros: The owner is the master chef; he really gets to know what his customers like. Parking is rarely a problem!

Cons: Slower than usual service when crowded.

Editorial from

This overlooked small restaurant on a nondescript stretch of Robertson arrived back on the foodie radar thanks to a rave write-up by Los Angeles Weekly food critic, Jonathan Gold, in late 2009. You can believe the hype: Kiyokawa is theā€¦

 

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