Sushi Nishi Ya

★★★★★
  • 1712 Victory Blvd

    Glendale, CA 91201

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  • 818-244-2933

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Ok so this place is in the strip mall that houses the liquor store in Super Bad. That aside, this sushi is really yummy and fresh! It's a little expensive, but well worth it. I had the avocado roll and my friend loved her spicy tuna roll.

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★★★★☆

Ok so this place is in the strip mall that houses the liquor store in Super Bad. That aside, this sushi is really yummy and fresh! It's a little expensive, but well worth it. I had the avocado roll and my friend loved her spicy tuna roll.

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very small restaurant in a strip mall. the owner is Kenji Nishimura. he is the sushi chef. He only serves sushi or rolls. He is open everyday the wholesale fish markets are opened. Closed on Sunday.

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★★★★★

very small restaurant in a strip mall. the owner is Kenji Nishimura. he is the sushi chef. He only serves sushi or rolls. He is open everyday the wholesale fish markets are opened. Closed on Sunday.

Pros: good sushi

Cons: sushi only-

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Conveniently located near the Burbank Rancho district, this small sushi restaurant is definitely no-frills but the friendly and speedy service is great if you're looking for a quick dinner.

3
★★★★★

Conveniently located near the Burbank Rancho district, this small sushi restaurant is definitely no-frills but the friendly and speedy service is great if you're looking for a quick dinner.

Pros: Quick Service, Good Parking, Friendly Staff

Cons: Limited Seating

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This restaurant is in the corner of a mini shopping strip, definitely opposite from anything glamorous. But it is a nice small everyday restaurant run by Japanese people.

3
★★★★★

This restaurant is in the corner of a mini shopping strip, definitely opposite from anything glamorous. But it is a nice small everyday restaurant run by Japanese people.

Pros: Inexpensive, Good Parking

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If you're simply looking for chicken teriyaki or a California roll, you may want to venture elsewhere, as this strip mall tenant is hardly your typical suburban sushi joint. Nishi-ya specializes in omakase---patrons at the bar are served…

 

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