Itacho Japanese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 7311 Beverly Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90036

    Map & Directions
  • 323-938-9009

About Itacho Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Sat: 6am-11pm, Mon-Thu: 11:30am-11pm, Fri: 11:30am-11:30pm

Food

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Upon ordering two glasses of wine we were handed large glasses with no more that what you would get at a wine tasting (less than 1oz) We questioned the waitress & she told us that was the normal pour for $9. We sent it back & ordered

3
★★★★★

Upon ordering two glasses of wine we were handed large glasses with no more that what you would get at a wine tasting (less than 1oz) We questioned the waitress & she told us that was the normal pour for $9. We sent it back & ordered

Pros: Food was marginal...

Cons: Lousy service, Overcharging for drinks

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This is some of the best sushi I've ever had. It's such a nice place, but not snooty AT ALL. The service is great! Just discovered this place and for a delicious meal at a great price and no "LA vibe" there's no better place!

3
★★★★★

This is some of the best sushi I've ever had. It's such a nice place, but not snooty AT ALL. The service is great! Just discovered this place and for a delicious meal at a great price and no "LA vibe" there's no better place!

Pros: service, food quality

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lordy, is itacho tasty! the eggplant (nasumiso) is to die for. actually, so is the fried chicken ... and the salted yam ... the service is good. the saki list is good. the whole place is a culinary gift to los angeles. i swear!

5
★★★★★

lordy, is itacho tasty! the eggplant (nasumiso) is to die for. actually, so is the fried chicken ... and the salted yam ... the service is good. the saki list is good. the whole place is a culinary gift to los angeles. i swear!

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Itacho has been our "go-to" Japanese restaurant for a couple of years. We make a special trip from the South Bay for Itacho cravings. Some of the cravings: the yellow tail on crispy rice is a nice fusion of textures and flavors, the

3
★★★★★

Itacho has been our "go-to" Japanese restaurant for a couple of years. We make a special trip from the South Bay for Itacho cravings. Some of the cravings: the yellow tail on crispy rice is a nice fusion of textures and flavors, the

Pros: Fresh, creative food

Cons: I wish it was closer to me

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Can't add much to the most recent reviews. Food is fantastic, service fast, sushi selection is awesome, and Japanese dishes superb. Very friendly. However, hours shown on Citysearch are incorrect. Dinner service does not start until 6

3
★★★★★

Can't add much to the most recent reviews. Food is fantastic, service fast, sushi selection is awesome, and Japanese dishes superb. Very friendly. However, hours shown on Citysearch are incorrect. Dinner service does not start until 6

Pros: Quality and Service

Cons: Parking

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One of my first dates with husband of 7 years was at the old, old Ita Cho (strip mall), and we've dined with them reguarly ever since. Nearly everyone we know has gone to Ita Cho on a regular basis over the years (that's the kind of

3
★★★★★

One of my first dates with husband of 7 years was at the old, old Ita Cho (strip mall), and we've dined with them reguarly ever since. Nearly everyone we know has gone to Ita Cho on a regular basis over the years (that's the kind of

Pros: Carlos the valet parker may be psychic!

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We have been going to Ita Cho for business meetings with my Japanese clients for and also as a family for personal dining. We have always enjoyed the fabulous food and drinks there. This is a place where my Japanese clients feel at home

3
★★★★★

We have been going to Ita Cho for business meetings with my Japanese clients for and also as a family for personal dining. We have always enjoyed the fabulous food and drinks there. This is a place where my Japanese clients feel at home

Pros: Excellent food at right prices

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This restaurant was once one of the best authentic Japanese restaurants in the city. I've been going there regularly for years and have always loved it.. But something awful has happened under the new ownership. The last time we went

3
★★★★★

This restaurant was once one of the best authentic Japanese restaurants in the city. I've been going there regularly for years and have always loved it.. But something awful has happened under the new ownership. The last time we went

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I have been going to Ita-Cho regularly for the past six years and it has remained one of my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles throughout. I have had each item on the menu at least once and I always eagerly anticipate the wonderful Golden

3
★★★★★

I have been going to Ita-Cho regularly for the past six years and it has remained one of my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles throughout. I have had each item on the menu at least once and I always eagerly anticipate the wonderful Golden

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For a Japanese restaurant like this, I was expecting a large menu (izakaya style). But I was wrong. Their menu is very limited, but their food is great especially their tatsuta age. I would recommend to others.

3
★★★★★

For a Japanese restaurant like this, I was expecting a large menu (izakaya style). But I was wrong. Their menu is very limited, but their food is great especially their tatsuta age. I would recommend to others.

Pros: Great food prices are fair

Cons: small menu

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This is a great place for the ambiance. it can get a little loud at times when at the peak times but it's worth it. the food is a fantastic and the service is delightful. I really enjoyed their cheese-cake and wonderful apple pie.

3
★★★★★

This is a great place for the ambiance. it can get a little loud at times when at the peak times but it's worth it. the food is a fantastic and the service is delightful. I really enjoyed their cheese-cake and wonderful apple pie.

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I had the idea that this was a sushi restaurant when reading some of the reviews, but they DO NOT SERVE SUSHI. There is no sushi bar. The serve a little sashimi, but you have to buy about $16-$20 worth at a time. You can't just get a

3
★★★★★

I had the idea that this was a sushi restaurant when reading some of the reviews, but they DO NOT SERVE SUSHI. There is no sushi bar. The serve a little sashimi, but you have to buy about $16-$20 worth at a time. You can't just get a

Pros: no line

Cons: lighting, cost, food

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Tucked away on a trendy stretch of Beverly Boulevard, Ita-Cho looks like any other sushi bar in L.A. -- but go inside and take a look at the menu and you'll be suprised to find some delights that aren't on every Japanese restaurant's

3
★★★★★

Tucked away on a trendy stretch of Beverly Boulevard, Ita-Cho looks like any other sushi bar in L.A. -- but go inside and take a look at the menu and you'll be suprised to find some delights that aren't on every Japanese restaurant's

Pros: delicious food, good for sharing, nice decor

Cons: sometimes crowded

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I read some of the good reviews, but they were old so I wasn't sure what to expect. I'm happy to report that the food blew us away. The style is small dishes, like Japanese tapas. Got the pork, fried chicken, white fish in broth, eggplant,

3
★★★★★

I read some of the good reviews, but they were old so I wasn't sure what to expect. I'm happy to report that the food blew us away. The style is small dishes, like Japanese tapas. Got the pork, fried chicken, white fish in broth, eggplant,

Pros: non-boring dishes, decent prices, fast service

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If you're looking for typical sushi, go somewhere else. But if you are down to try some japanese beer food, this is a good place. The eggplant with miso sauce will melt in your mouth. Also try the pork and fried tofu.

3
★★★★★

If you're looking for typical sushi, go somewhere else. But if you are down to try some japanese beer food, this is a good place. The eggplant with miso sauce will melt in your mouth. Also try the pork and fried tofu.

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No sushi here, but they serve luscious slabs of sashimi with all the rice you want and some daikon on the side. Albacore sashimi is heavenly. The staff are nice. Try the sauteed peppers, ginko nuts, eggplant and lotus root appetizers. Not

3
★★★★★

No sushi here, but they serve luscious slabs of sashimi with all the rice you want and some daikon on the side. Albacore sashimi is heavenly. The staff are nice. Try the sauteed peppers, ginko nuts, eggplant and lotus root appetizers. Not

Pros: delicious, nice waitstaff, variety

Cons: not so filling for $$, parking's hard, no reservations

 

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