O Omasa

★★★★★
  • 100 Japanese Village Plz Mall

    Los Angeles, CA 90012

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  • 213-623-9048

About O Omasa

Hours
Wed-Mon: 11am-11pm

Food

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I lived in Japan for a few years and feel pretty much "sushi'd out", but I do enjoy O Omasa. In fact, it's the only Japanese restaurant I keep going back to. Reasonably priced. Very good food. Can get very busy, but it's still one of

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★★★★★

I lived in Japan for a few years and feel pretty much "sushi'd out", but I do enjoy O Omasa. In fact, it's the only Japanese restaurant I keep going back to. Reasonably priced. Very good food. Can get very busy, but it's still one of

Pros: My favorite Japanese restaurant Downtown

Cons: It gets busy and it can take a while

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Although I am not a sushi fan, my friends from Japan always do order the sushi here and are never disappointed. They have a big menu to choose from and their prices are reasonable. I recently had the Nabeyaki which came to our table steaming hot and cooked just right.

If you're in Little Tokyo, I would recommend that you try this restaurant.

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★★★★☆

Although I am not a sushi fan, my friends from Japan always do order the sushi here and are never disappointed. They have a big menu to choose from and their prices are reasonable. I recently had the Nabeyaki which came to our table steaming hot and cooked just right.

If you're in Little Tokyo, I would recommend that you try this restaurant.

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My boyfriend and I went late on a Sunday night (right after 10pm) and decided to try it out since our usual sushi spots in Little Tokyo were already closed. We were happy to see Oomasa open, and walked in to see only another group of 3

3
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I went late on a Sunday night (right after 10pm) and decided to try it out since our usual sushi spots in Little Tokyo were already closed. We were happy to see Oomasa open, and walked in to see only another group of 3

Cons: Service is unacceptable

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This place is amazing, the atmosphere is like in a sushi bar in Tokyo or Osaka. The food is outstanding, everytime i go there i love to start with the salmon/avocado temaki. Probably the menu is simple but the quality of the food cannot be

3
★★★★★

This place is amazing, the atmosphere is like in a sushi bar in Tokyo or Osaka. The food is outstanding, everytime i go there i love to start with the salmon/avocado temaki. Probably the menu is simple but the quality of the food cannot be

Pros: everything

Cons: there's always a line at the door, but it's worth to wait

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I've had unswerving loyalty to Oomasa for the four years I've lived in Los Angeles. While I've eaten at a variety of Japanese restaurants across the greater LA-area, I still return to this restaurant because of his cozy atmosphere and its

3
★★★★★

I've had unswerving loyalty to Oomasa for the four years I've lived in Los Angeles. While I've eaten at a variety of Japanese restaurants across the greater LA-area, I still return to this restaurant because of his cozy atmosphere and its

Pros: Great Ambience, Quick Service, Good Value

Cons: Can get crowded

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Have gone here for 3 years, and the quality is still solid. They have sushi, great noodle soups in miso broth and a wider selection of japanese cuisine. The thing that keeps me coming back is that it's open late and the interior. The sushi

3
★★★★★

Have gone here for 3 years, and the quality is still solid. They have sushi, great noodle soups in miso broth and a wider selection of japanese cuisine. The thing that keeps me coming back is that it's open late and the interior. The sushi

Pros: Miso Soup, Atmosphere, Food

Cons: Bums around Little Tokyo bugging you for money

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OOMASA's got a great location and feel for a sushi restaurant, but lacking many qualities. First of all the semi empty oversized bar took up valuable spaces and limit the amount of tables available, especially needed for groups. The food

3
★★★★★

OOMASA's got a great location and feel for a sushi restaurant, but lacking many qualities. First of all the semi empty oversized bar took up valuable spaces and limit the amount of tables available, especially needed for groups. The food

Pros: location

Cons: value, service, quantity of food

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Oomasa has got to be the best Japanese Restaurant in town, and this is coming from an extreme Sushi lover. I've been to a lot of overpriced Japanese Restaurants, with undoubtly good ambience, but I've never tasted food as good as it is in

3
★★★★★

Oomasa has got to be the best Japanese Restaurant in town, and this is coming from an extreme Sushi lover. I've been to a lot of overpriced Japanese Restaurants, with undoubtly good ambience, but I've never tasted food as good as it is in

Pros: Good Parking, Fairly Good Price, Great Sushi

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Oomasa doesn't impress with fancy rolls or nouveau appetizers. They do it with great cuts of sashimi, tasty traditional nigiri, and outstanding prices. Go there if you are a true sushi-lover. Go to Zip-Fusion on Traction Ave. if you

3
★★★★★

Oomasa doesn't impress with fancy rolls or nouveau appetizers. They do it with great cuts of sashimi, tasty traditional nigiri, and outstanding prices. Go there if you are a true sushi-lover. Go to Zip-Fusion on Traction Ave. if you

Pros: Inexpensive, Lots of Parking

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Oomasa's thatched-bamboo interior helps make this a prime spot for enjoying an authentic sushi experience in the heart of Little Tokyo. A substantial portion of the menu mixes and matches sashimi, tempura, teriyaki, sushi, salad and…

 

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