Kino Sushi

★★★☆☆
  • 6721 Hollywood Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90028

    Map & Directions
  • 323-465-4567

About Kino Sushi

Hours
Mon - Sat, 11am - midnight; Sun, 11am - 10pm

Food

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It was ok - nothing great. I usually goto SUSI Q for Sushi (6660 W Sunset Blvd) and decided to try something new. First off, it is very crowded. Being a small place within the hot tourist Hollywood Strip, the amount of seats really push the traffic. The order counter is in the back corner, next to the drink fridge. So when you are done ordering, you have to fight your way back into the restaurant against the line behind you. When your food is ready, they call your number and guess what, it's in this very same corner again. So not only do you have to fight the line in the corner and try to figure it out, but they call your number for every individual item you place, instead of grouping food together or even all at once. No soy sauce containers and if you want water, they are the type of people to give you a terrible, tiny styrofoam cup. The price is about what you would expect from a cheaper sushi place. Some rolls are $1-2 more than they should be, but nothing outrageous.

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★★★☆☆

It was ok - nothing great. I usually goto SUSI Q for Sushi (6660 W Sunset Blvd) and decided to try something new. First off, it is very crowded. Being a small place within the hot tourist Hollywood Strip, the amount of seats really push the traffic. The order counter is in the back corner, next to the drink fridge. So when you are done ordering, you have to fight your way back into the restaurant against the line behind you. When your food is ready, they call your number and guess what, it's in this very same corner again. So not only do you have to fight the line in the corner and try to figure it out, but they call your number for every individual item you place, instead of grouping food together or even all at once. No soy sauce containers and if you want water, they are the type of people to give you a terrible, tiny styrofoam cup. The price is about what you would expect from a cheaper sushi place. Some rolls are $1-2 more than they should be, but nothing outrageous.

Pros: Food is ok and worthwhile, Good location

Cons: Too much of a hassle, No soy sauce holders (to dip sushi in)

 

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