SUGARFISH by sushi nozawa | Marina del Rey

★★★★☆
Extraordinary sushi every day.
  • 4722 1/4 Admiralty Way

    Marina Del Rey, CA 90292

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  • 213-306-6300

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Monday thru Saturday 11:30 am - 10:00 pm Sunday 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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I like the chow, but it smelled fishy inside. They need to air it out.

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★★★★★

I like the chow, but it smelled fishy inside. They need to air it out.

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Fresh, delicious sushi. I would recommend getting one of the three combo dishes - that way you get a little taste of everything. Plenty of seating, but it fills up fast. Fast and friendly service. A little pricey, but definitely worth it for the taste.

2
★★★★☆

Fresh, delicious sushi. I would recommend getting one of the three combo dishes - that way you get a little taste of everything. Plenty of seating, but it fills up fast. Fast and friendly service. A little pricey, but definitely worth it for the taste.

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I'm thoroughly disappointed that this place won best in the city; this undermines my confidence in the rest of CS ratings.

It is entirely mediocre -- bland ambiance, uninteresting food. We went once and agreed that we did not intend to return. Not because it was terrible but because nothing impressed us.

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★★☆☆☆

I'm thoroughly disappointed that this place won best in the city; this undermines my confidence in the rest of CS ratings.

It is entirely mediocre -- bland ambiance, uninteresting food. We went once and agreed that we did not intend to return. Not because it was terrible but because nothing impressed us.

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Great local place. The fish swims off the plate!

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★★★★☆

Great local place. The fish swims off the plate!

Pros: fresh, crab roll

Cons: slightly pricey

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GREAT SUSHI and just a fantastic dining experience. You choose 1 of 3 menu package and the chef sends out course at a time and the fishes are fresh and all items are put together inperfection. I would suggest this restaurant to anyone who enjoys sushi or sashimi and willing to experience a little adventure with food.

5
★★★★★

GREAT SUSHI and just a fantastic dining experience. You choose 1 of 3 menu package and the chef sends out course at a time and the fishes are fresh and all items are put together inperfection. I would suggest this restaurant to anyone who enjoys sushi or sashimi and willing to experience a little adventure with food.

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This is my children and my favorite Sushi restaurant. They talk about it all the time. Very nice staff and decor. We have always had a great experience here. Love it!

2
★★★★★

This is my children and my favorite Sushi restaurant. They talk about it all the time. Very nice staff and decor. We have always had a great experience here. Love it!

Pros: Great real sushi

Cons: I have to fly to LA for it

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Good sushi, with the friendliest, cutest host west of Lincoln.

2
★★★★☆

Good sushi, with the friendliest, cutest host west of Lincoln.

Pros: Friendliest, cutest host

Cons: Limited Menu

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I've gone to Sushi Nozawa in the Valley for years, so when Sugarfish "by Sushi Nozawa" opened in Marina Del Rey, I was curious to see what they would offer. The simple answer is that I've haven't made the trip back to the Valley in months as a result -- this place is phenomenal. Unbelievably fresh, delicious fish with perfect sauces and excellent prices -- it makes every other sushi place in town seem both overpriced and tired. Seriously. The only thing that'll distract me from this place is their new branch in Brentwood.

2
★★★★★

I've gone to Sushi Nozawa in the Valley for years, so when Sugarfish "by Sushi Nozawa" opened in Marina Del Rey, I was curious to see what they would offer. The simple answer is that I've haven't made the trip back to the Valley in months as a result -- this place is phenomenal. Unbelievably fresh, delicious fish with perfect sauces and excellent prices -- it makes every other sushi place in town seem both overpriced and tired. Seriously. The only thing that'll distract me from this place is their new branch in Brentwood.

Pros: Phenomenal sushi at reasonable prices

Cons: Spoiled me for every other sushi place in town

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This sushi is likely to be the most fresh and flavorful you've ever had. From NY to LA, it is hands down one of the best sushi restaurants I've ever been to. And the staff couldn't be more helpful and nice.

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★★★★★

This sushi is likely to be the most fresh and flavorful you've ever had. From NY to LA, it is hands down one of the best sushi restaurants I've ever been to. And the staff couldn't be more helpful and nice.

Pros: The quality of the sushi is hands down the best in the city.

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The magic Nozawa combo of warm rice & cold fresh fish are in the Marina - you don't have to leave the area anymore!

SugarFish Marina is amazing for its quality and convenience. The sushi melts in your mouth, and you will savor every bite.

I wouldn't say that its exactly kid-friendly, but we have adventurous 6 & 3 year olds who will eat the Edamame and the "Cookie" (cooked fish only) here. The atmosphere is pretty modern-casual, so you don't worry about the making a mess! They keep asking to go back!

The iced green tea is very flavorful, and the staff has always been really helpful and friendly, even though the tip is already built into the price!!!

2
★★★★★

The magic Nozawa combo of warm rice & cold fresh fish are in the Marina - you don't have to leave the area anymore!

SugarFish Marina is amazing for its quality and convenience. The sushi melts in your mouth, and you will savor every bite.

I wouldn't say that its exactly kid-friendly, but we have adventurous 6 & 3 year olds who will eat the Edamame and the "Cookie" (cooked fish only) here. The atmosphere is pretty modern-casual, so you don't worry about the making a mess! They keep asking to go back!

The iced green tea is very flavorful, and the staff has always been really helpful and friendly, even though the tip is already built into the price!!!

Pros: top quality sushi, no frills setup!

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This is arguably the best sushi in Los Angeles with the possible exception of the Brentwood location!

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★★★★★

This is arguably the best sushi in Los Angeles with the possible exception of the Brentwood location!

Pros: incredible value and food quality

Cons: Menu is a bit limited

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fun inviting environment, great value for sushi of this quality, easy selection, quick service, consistent high quality experience.

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★★★★★

fun inviting environment, great value for sushi of this quality, easy selection, quick service, consistent high quality experience.

Pros: Consistently the best sushi

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Seriously, I have never had fish melt in your mouth this way. After eating the Trust Me menu I was full but couldn't resist ordering more. I had to have another round of albacore and another toro roll. The albacore is like velvet, the salmon with the sesame seeds so unique, the toro roll the best I have ever had. When they have Uni, it's a must. For Westsiders, they just opened a Brentwood location!

2
★★★★★

Seriously, I have never had fish melt in your mouth this way. After eating the Trust Me menu I was full but couldn't resist ordering more. I had to have another round of albacore and another toro roll. The albacore is like velvet, the salmon with the sesame seeds so unique, the toro roll the best I have ever had. When they have Uni, it's a must. For Westsiders, they just opened a Brentwood location!

Pros: Moderately priced for such high quality food. Excellent Serv

Cons: None

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This place is great! Fish so fresh it is hard to believe. The staff is very helpful and the prices are extremely reasonable. Don't miss this little gem!

2
★★★★★

This place is great! Fish so fresh it is hard to believe. The staff is very helpful and the prices are extremely reasonable. Don't miss this little gem!

Pros: great food, great service, great prices

Cons: none

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The best sushi deal in town period!!! Two thumbs up and my toes too!!! You can tell right away that the quality and freshness are the trademark at this place and the friendly service to top it all off make it "THE SPOT" for any food lover.

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★★★★★

The best sushi deal in town period!!! Two thumbs up and my toes too!!! You can tell right away that the quality and freshness are the trademark at this place and the friendly service to top it all off make it "THE SPOT" for any food lover.

Pros: Quality and price

Cons: none

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I can honestly say that is the best sushi I have every eaten. I dream about it. I like being able to sit down and get the best the chef has to offer. I am always amazed how fresh the sushi is, it melts in your mouth. The rice is perfect. I like that I can get a quik meal if I need one, or bring friends and sit down and spend time there. The servers are efficient and are very helpful when I bring guest that are unfamiliar with restaraunt. There are certain restaraunt that stick out, whether it is steak, burgers, or whatever. When sushi is brought up in conversation, Sugarfish stands above the rest.

2
★★★★★

I can honestly say that is the best sushi I have every eaten. I dream about it. I like being able to sit down and get the best the chef has to offer. I am always amazed how fresh the sushi is, it melts in your mouth. The rice is perfect. I like that I can get a quik meal if I need one, or bring friends and sit down and spend time there. The servers are efficient and are very helpful when I bring guest that are unfamiliar with restaraunt. There are certain restaraunt that stick out, whether it is steak, burgers, or whatever. When sushi is brought up in conversation, Sugarfish stands above the rest.

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After hearing so many friends talk about SugarFish I decided to try it out with my sister. We went and both ordered the Trust Me. I really enjoyed the albacore and the salmon. The sushi melts in your mouth while you enjoy all the flavors of the freshest fish you will ever have accompanied by the rice cooked to perfection, and the sauce or the mixture of homemade wasabi and soy sauce that gives a hint of spice. I loved it so much that afterward I had to order extra Halibut, Snapper, and a Yellowtail roll. I recommend this place for it is the best sushi i have ever had.

2
★★★★★

After hearing so many friends talk about SugarFish I decided to try it out with my sister. We went and both ordered the Trust Me. I really enjoyed the albacore and the salmon. The sushi melts in your mouth while you enjoy all the flavors of the freshest fish you will ever have accompanied by the rice cooked to perfection, and the sauce or the mixture of homemade wasabi and soy sauce that gives a hint of spice. I loved it so much that afterward I had to order extra Halibut, Snapper, and a Yellowtail roll. I recommend this place for it is the best sushi i have ever had.

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So...out of nearly all the Japanese restaurants in the L.A. area this is by far the best for the freshness of the fish, the quality of sushi (the red snapper was fantastic). So good!!

2
★★★★★

So...out of nearly all the Japanese restaurants in the L.A. area this is by far the best for the freshness of the fish, the quality of sushi (the red snapper was fantastic). So good!!

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Well, if you really love sushi Sugarfish is the place to be. Fish is ULTRA fresh and tasty, (red snapper, halibut & albacore are phenomenal) they have a variety of shrimp sushi that i never had anywhere else.
Two thumbs up!!!!

2
★★★★★

Well, if you really love sushi Sugarfish is the place to be. Fish is ULTRA fresh and tasty, (red snapper, halibut & albacore are phenomenal) they have a variety of shrimp sushi that i never had anywhere else.
Two thumbs up!!!!

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I've been to Sugarfish about 7 times since it opened, and I've never been disappointed. Great price for super fresh fish. I always get the chef's "trust-me" (sometimes two). The salmon is like silk!!! Great sashimi and tasty crab rolls too. I live in Manhattan Beach, and used to drive to Sasabune for high quality sushi. But since Sugarfish opened, I always go there. Its better!

I only wish they'd add unagi to the menu, and offer seaweed salad as a side.

If you're still not convinced, the service is very quick, and there is lots of parking.

2
★★★★★

I've been to Sugarfish about 7 times since it opened, and I've never been disappointed. Great price for super fresh fish. I always get the chef's "trust-me" (sometimes two). The salmon is like silk!!! Great sashimi and tasty crab rolls too. I live in Manhattan Beach, and used to drive to Sasabune for high quality sushi. But since Sugarfish opened, I always go there. Its better!

I only wish they'd add unagi to the menu, and offer seaweed salad as a side.

If you're still not convinced, the service is very quick, and there is lots of parking.

Pros: Fish like silk. Great prices. Great service.

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So I went into Sugarfish today and I must say- the sushi was AWESOME!! I was talking with the table next to me, and I guess they come in all the time and were talking about how they are spoiled with sugarfish sushi and can't eat anywhere else. I could totally agree. The servers were nice, I can't wait to go back next week with my girlfriends. The prices were incredible for the quality you get. I'd easily spend at least double at other sushi places. Big recommendation!

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★★★★★

So I went into Sugarfish today and I must say- the sushi was AWESOME!! I was talking with the table next to me, and I guess they come in all the time and were talking about how they are spoiled with sugarfish sushi and can't eat anywhere else. I could totally agree. The servers were nice, I can't wait to go back next week with my girlfriends. The prices were incredible for the quality you get. I'd easily spend at least double at other sushi places. Big recommendation!

Pros: quick service, food, value

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I just tried sugar fish and it was great!!! The albacore was the best I have ever had. Everything was super fresh and excellent. Besides the albacore the tuna sashimi was tasty, the crab roll was great, and the sauce on the halibut was super.

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★★★★★

I just tried sugar fish and it was great!!! The albacore was the best I have ever had. Everything was super fresh and excellent. Besides the albacore the tuna sashimi was tasty, the crab roll was great, and the sauce on the halibut was super.

Pros: excellent food, great service, friendly people

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I went to Sugarfish for lunch yesterday and was pleasantly surprised that you can get high quality sushi with fantastic presentation at such amazing prices. I highly recommend it. Simply fantastic!

2
★★★★★

I went to Sugarfish for lunch yesterday and was pleasantly surprised that you can get high quality sushi with fantastic presentation at such amazing prices. I highly recommend it. Simply fantastic!

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Oh my god I love this place. I go for simple sushi, and go to nozawa when I can get over there. This place gives me the nozawa quality close to home, and the fish and rice are super. Favorites - albacore, yellowtail, salmon eggs and uni. The service was nice too. Improvements - add miso soup please!! This is my new favorite on the west side.

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★★★★★

Oh my god I love this place. I go for simple sushi, and go to nozawa when I can get over there. This place gives me the nozawa quality close to home, and the fish and rice are super. Favorites - albacore, yellowtail, salmon eggs and uni. The service was nice too. Improvements - add miso soup please!! This is my new favorite on the west side.

Pros: Parking

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PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE THINKING OF GOING HERE. First off, imagine a pinkberry with more seats and brighter lights. that is the ambiance here. its so bright its just scary. you feel like you are in a cafeteria at a hospital...not like you are having an intimate sushi dinner. the service is god awful. but the worst part is YOU DONT GET TO CHOOSE YOUR FOOD!!! I KNOW! ITS INSANE! THIS IS SUSHI FOR PETES SAKE!!! the whole fun of sushi is getting to shoose what you want, WHEN you want. try a little of this...a little of that. NOPE NOT HERE! you have 3 choices of RIDICULOUS, OVERPRICED "MEALS"!!!! I serisouly couldnt believe it. its not a chefs tasting. its basically 50 pieces of cucumber rolls, and a couple pieces of sushi for $25, $35, and $45 or something. and the more expensive ones basically jsut give you MORE cucumber rolls!! who the hell even eat cucumber rolls and who can eat that many of them!!! if this place didnt look like pinkberry and let you choose what you want, it might be decent, because the 2 frickin pieces of fish i had were pretty good. but i dont want to be told what to eat and i dont eat freaking cucumber rolls...especially not for $25. SAVE YOURSELF AND YOUR MONEY! GO ELSEWHERE!!!!

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★☆☆☆☆

PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE THINKING OF GOING HERE. First off, imagine a pinkberry with more seats and brighter lights. that is the ambiance here. its so bright its just scary. you feel like you are in a cafeteria at a hospital...not like you are having an intimate sushi dinner. the service is god awful. but the worst part is YOU DONT GET TO CHOOSE YOUR FOOD!!! I KNOW! ITS INSANE! THIS IS SUSHI FOR PETES SAKE!!! the whole fun of sushi is getting to shoose what you want, WHEN you want. try a little of this...a little of that. NOPE NOT HERE! you have 3 choices of RIDICULOUS, OVERPRICED "MEALS"!!!! I serisouly couldnt believe it. its not a chefs tasting. its basically 50 pieces of cucumber rolls, and a couple pieces of sushi for $25, $35, and $45 or something. and the more expensive ones basically jsut give you MORE cucumber rolls!! who the hell even eat cucumber rolls and who can eat that many of them!!! if this place didnt look like pinkberry and let you choose what you want, it might be decent, because the 2 frickin pieces of fish i had were pretty good. but i dont want to be told what to eat and i dont eat freaking cucumber rolls...especially not for $25. SAVE YOURSELF AND YOUR MONEY! GO ELSEWHERE!!!!

Pros: the 2 pieces of fish i had werent worst quality

Cons: ambiance service menu prices ridiculous hitler culture

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I have eaten at most of the top sushi places in and around L.A., including Nobu Malibu, Teru, Sushi Roku, and Nozawa's original spot. I appreciate simple, traditional sushi more than most, not being one to hanker for an Alaska roll or California roll with dynamite piled on top. I love the sushi at Nozawa in Studio City, which was some of the freshest, most elegantly prepared sushi I have ever had.

That said, SugarFish leaves a lot to be desired. The sushi varies from very good to truly excellent. The tuna poke appetizer and the albacore were outstanding, the yellowtail and halibut were, the night we went, also excellent. The salmon was good. The Blue crab roll, though allegedly a favorite of Nozawa's, was not too popular. The toro rolls were were good, but would have been more enjoyable as nigiri sushi.

What detracts most is the atmosphere, or lack thereof. It truly is like a Starbuck's or a Pinkberry place in there. The staff were attentive and nice. One just doesn't feel one's in a sushi bar. The overly-limited menu, though perhaps a secret to the quality being so high, is uninspiring. I'd love to have a Japanese salad or two and some miso soup, but, no. It's a simple Trust Me 1, 2, or 3, with some options of all rolls, all cooked, or no rolls. The pricing seems to come out to about $5 per order, which is medium-high.

My friend politely asked for 'a little ponzu sauce' - heck, I don't know what she wanted to put it on - but was told no. It's one thing to look into the steely eyes of a master sushi chef/owner and be made to see his culinary vision... it's another thing entirely for a fresh-out-of-highschool server to simply say no, when you know there's a bucket of the stuff right there in the kitchen.

Overall, despite very high-quality sushi, I would not return. Too many other factors are connected to my enjoyment of a sushi-based meal, and they're missing here.

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★★★☆☆

I have eaten at most of the top sushi places in and around L.A., including Nobu Malibu, Teru, Sushi Roku, and Nozawa's original spot. I appreciate simple, traditional sushi more than most, not being one to hanker for an Alaska roll or California roll with dynamite piled on top. I love the sushi at Nozawa in Studio City, which was some of the freshest, most elegantly prepared sushi I have ever had.

That said, SugarFish leaves a lot to be desired. The sushi varies from very good to truly excellent. The tuna poke appetizer and the albacore were outstanding, the yellowtail and halibut were, the night we went, also excellent. The salmon was good. The Blue crab roll, though allegedly a favorite of Nozawa's, was not too popular. The toro rolls were were good, but would have been more enjoyable as nigiri sushi.

What detracts most is the atmosphere, or lack thereof. It truly is like a Starbuck's or a Pinkberry place in there. The staff were attentive and nice. One just doesn't feel one's in a sushi bar. The overly-limited menu, though perhaps a secret to the quality being so high, is uninspiring. I'd love to have a Japanese salad or two and some miso soup, but, no. It's a simple Trust Me 1, 2, or 3, with some options of all rolls, all cooked, or no rolls. The pricing seems to come out to about $5 per order, which is medium-high.

My friend politely asked for 'a little ponzu sauce' - heck, I don't know what she wanted to put it on - but was told no. It's one thing to look into the steely eyes of a master sushi chef/owner and be made to see his culinary vision... it's another thing entirely for a fresh-out-of-highschool server to simply say no, when you know there's a bucket of the stuff right there in the kitchen.

Overall, despite very high-quality sushi, I would not return. Too many other factors are connected to my enjoyment of a sushi-based meal, and they're missing here.

Pros: easy mall parking, fresh, excellent sushi, all-included meal price

Cons: no atmosphere, very limited menu, did I mention the menu is limited?

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I love Nozawa's sushi, so I have been really excited to try Sugarfish. I finally went last night (I hate going to restaurants that just opened, so I waited a while), and I really enjoyed myself. The decor was definitely different, but fun and hip. It was kind of odd not seeing the sushi chef, which I am used to. But, the sushi was awesome, the rolls melted in your mouth, and I love the iced green tea. Service was awesome, and I really liked the music they played. Overall, I was very pleased, and look forward to going again soon!

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★★★★★

I love Nozawa's sushi, so I have been really excited to try Sugarfish. I finally went last night (I hate going to restaurants that just opened, so I waited a while), and I really enjoyed myself. The decor was definitely different, but fun and hip. It was kind of odd not seeing the sushi chef, which I am used to. But, the sushi was awesome, the rolls melted in your mouth, and I love the iced green tea. Service was awesome, and I really liked the music they played. Overall, I was very pleased, and look forward to going again soon!

Pros: Fresh fish, inexpensive, no tipping

Cons: No miso soup

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Walked by this place a few times and it looked ok. Couldn't be more wrong. whoever wrote the previous positive reviews must be the owner's mother or something. This is truly the "white castles" of sushi. I typically love chef's choice for my sushi, but this isn't chef's choice, it is just no choice. Every customer gets the same exact thing, only variety is small, medium, large. ie. mass produced, no variety menu. The sushi was noticeably below average, poor quality. The suggestion that they vary the menu depending on what is the best, most fresh sushi is not true (I asked the waitress)...it is basically the same mass produced food every day. I mean I was really shocked at how bad it was. We paid $70 for 2 people which is a rip off. If you are ok with eating low end sushi, you can get it for much less. If you want to pay for real sushi on the west side you should go to hama at windward circle, wabi sabi on abbot kinney...or even chaya on main street (not great, but much better than this horrible sugarfish).

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★☆☆☆☆

Walked by this place a few times and it looked ok. Couldn't be more wrong. whoever wrote the previous positive reviews must be the owner's mother or something. This is truly the "white castles" of sushi. I typically love chef's choice for my sushi, but this isn't chef's choice, it is just no choice. Every customer gets the same exact thing, only variety is small, medium, large. ie. mass produced, no variety menu. The sushi was noticeably below average, poor quality. The suggestion that they vary the menu depending on what is the best, most fresh sushi is not true (I asked the waitress)...it is basically the same mass produced food every day. I mean I was really shocked at how bad it was. We paid $70 for 2 people which is a rip off. If you are ok with eating low end sushi, you can get it for much less. If you want to pay for real sushi on the west side you should go to hama at windward circle, wabi sabi on abbot kinney...or even chaya on main street (not great, but much better than this horrible sugarfish).

Pros: Service good

Cons: Terrible mass produced food. Not expensive, but overpriced given low quality

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I have been driving from Santa Monica to Studio City at least once a week to have my ?dose? of Nozawa sushi. So, it goes without saying, I am a huge fan and I didn?t think it was possible that he could reproduce what he does there. I WAS WRONG. I went to Sugarfish on Saturday night. I sincerely walked in very skeptical, but after having the sashimi and then the first two pieces of sushi, I was completely turned around. There are a few differences. On the good: the restaurant it is a pleasant and well-designed environment with very friendly and informative service and, very oddly, the tips are included in the price and they don?t accept any extra; also the price itself it is almost half of what you?d pay in the original location. I don?t know how he does it, but he does. On the bad: the main one, I thought, was doing cut rolls instead of hand rolls, they tasted good, but I still prefer the experience of biting through the seaweed like in studio city; also, even though the night I was there, they were featuring a special menu with giant clams, uni and red snapper, there is not all the variety that you can find in the valley, but overall, somehow, he did it, he is delivering that dreamy experience on the Westside. What a present. My only problem now is, that being so close, I may go often enough that it would become an even more expensive affair.

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★★★★★

I have been driving from Santa Monica to Studio City at least once a week to have my ?dose? of Nozawa sushi. So, it goes without saying, I am a huge fan and I didn?t think it was possible that he could reproduce what he does there. I WAS WRONG. I went to Sugarfish on Saturday night. I sincerely walked in very skeptical, but after having the sashimi and then the first two pieces of sushi, I was completely turned around. There are a few differences. On the good: the restaurant it is a pleasant and well-designed environment with very friendly and informative service and, very oddly, the tips are included in the price and they don?t accept any extra; also the price itself it is almost half of what you?d pay in the original location. I don?t know how he does it, but he does. On the bad: the main one, I thought, was doing cut rolls instead of hand rolls, they tasted good, but I still prefer the experience of biting through the seaweed like in studio city; also, even though the night I was there, they were featuring a special menu with giant clams, uni and red snapper, there is not all the variety that you can find in the valley, but overall, somehow, he did it, he is delivering that dreamy experience on the Westside. What a present. My only problem now is, that being so close, I may go often enough that it would become an even more expensive affair.

Pros: ambience, service and food

Cons: none

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So I went to Sugarfish this weekend. I had heard about it from a friend. My friend is a huge Nozawa fan. I personally have not been to Nozawa's, but if it is anything like what I ate this weekend I will definitely make the trek to studio city. At the beginning I was a bit disoriented because each of us had to order a "Trust me." To try it out we ordered a #1 and #3, which were the smallest and largest options. The fish quality was unbelievable, like I have never experienced before, it was served on warm rice and literally just melted in my mouth. Service was friendly and attentive and i guess the tip is already included in the price along with tax. Unfortunately they don't take reservations, I can see this place getting slammed with long waits.

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★★★★★

So I went to Sugarfish this weekend. I had heard about it from a friend. My friend is a huge Nozawa fan. I personally have not been to Nozawa's, but if it is anything like what I ate this weekend I will definitely make the trek to studio city. At the beginning I was a bit disoriented because each of us had to order a "Trust me." To try it out we ordered a #1 and #3, which were the smallest and largest options. The fish quality was unbelievable, like I have never experienced before, it was served on warm rice and literally just melted in my mouth. Service was friendly and attentive and i guess the tip is already included in the price along with tax. Unfortunately they don't take reservations, I can see this place getting slammed with long waits.

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Located in the completely renovated and elegant Waterside Marina del Rey shopping plaza, sugarFISH is a casual offshoot of Studio City's Sushi Nozawa. It is the rare sushi restaurant where sushi isn't prepared within view from behind a…

 

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