Hama Sushi

★★★★☆

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Sat-Sun 5:30pm-10pm, Mon-Fri 12pm-2pm

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Went here the other night, and won't be back. The waitress was horrible, never came to check on us or get us more drinks, despite forgetting one persons drink through the entire meal. It took us forever to track her down for the check,

3
★★★★★

Went here the other night, and won't be back. The waitress was horrible, never came to check on us or get us more drinks, despite forgetting one persons drink through the entire meal. It took us forever to track her down for the check,

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Went here the other night, and won't be back. The waitress was horrible, never came to check on us or get us more drinks, despite forgetting one persons drink through the entire meal. It took us forever to track her down for the check,

3
★★★★★

Went here the other night, and won't be back. The waitress was horrible, never came to check on us or get us more drinks, despite forgetting one persons drink through the entire meal. It took us forever to track her down for the check,

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Best food in town
Food is amazing. Every time I come here, I feel like I never want to leave. Very chic atmosphere with a relaxing mood.
The service is great and the staff really does a terrific job at taking care of you.
The appetizers

3
★★★★★

Best food in town
Food is amazing. Every time I come here, I feel like I never want to leave. Very chic atmosphere with a relaxing mood.
The service is great and the staff really does a terrific job at taking care of you.
The appetizers

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Albacore, Spicy Tuna Roll, Monk Fish Liver are all great.

Don't ask for rice, b/c for some reason they will get mad at you. It may be some kind of Japanse sushi thing, b/c I upset another sushi chef at sasa bune for asking for soy sauce. I think it's like asking for steak sauce at a high end steakhouse. lol.

Anyhow, it's my favorite sushi place for quality and value.

2
★★★★☆

Albacore, Spicy Tuna Roll, Monk Fish Liver are all great.

Don't ask for rice, b/c for some reason they will get mad at you. It may be some kind of Japanse sushi thing, b/c I upset another sushi chef at sasa bune for asking for soy sauce. I think it's like asking for steak sauce at a high end steakhouse. lol.

Anyhow, it's my favorite sushi place for quality and value.

Pros: Awesome Food

Cons: Cold Service

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I've made it a point to try every single restaurant in Little Tokyo, and Hama Sushi was stop one on my list.

Hama is very much a hole in the wall, with a sushi bar and not much else.

The sushi chefs prepare the fish with such care and precision. The result is beautiful and ridiculously tasty, whether it is slices of albacore or a salmon roll.

The menu at Hama is no-frills. You won't find teriyaki bowls and crazy rolls here, but it is a must-visit for die hard sushi lovers.

Just know in advance -- two pieces of albacore will set you back $13, while the rolls hover more around $6. The soft shell crab is a must try, and the ponzu sauce that accompanies it is straight up drinkable.

2
★★★★☆

I've made it a point to try every single restaurant in Little Tokyo, and Hama Sushi was stop one on my list.

Hama is very much a hole in the wall, with a sushi bar and not much else.

The sushi chefs prepare the fish with such care and precision. The result is beautiful and ridiculously tasty, whether it is slices of albacore or a salmon roll.

The menu at Hama is no-frills. You won't find teriyaki bowls and crazy rolls here, but it is a must-visit for die hard sushi lovers.

Just know in advance -- two pieces of albacore will set you back $13, while the rolls hover more around $6. The soft shell crab is a must try, and the ponzu sauce that accompanies it is straight up drinkable.

Pros: Super fresh fish and an authentic atmosphere

Cons: Can get a little pricey

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Service is really really no good! I do not feel good to eat there! They discriminate customers!!

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★☆☆☆☆

Service is really really no good! I do not feel good to eat there! They discriminate customers!!

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Eating at Hama Sushi, I must admit, is not for everyone.
Unlike other sushi restaurants in Little Tokyo, this place stays away from the fancy rolls with extravagant names such as spider, volcano, what-the-f***k, etc. Also, it stays away from fancy interior designs with scantily-dressed Asian watiresses. And instead of offering a million things to go along with your sushi (seriously, what real sushi place in Japan would offer chicken teriyaki with their sushi), Hama Sushi offers a small, but efficient menu with fresh raw fish at a price that is certainly a bargain. A dinner for two with a couple of beers will set you back $70-80, a rare deal in overpriced Little Tokyo. I would definitely recommend the red snapper with salt and the albacore toro. Also tasty is the yellowtail collar. Close your eyes and reopen them and you will swear you are in one of the back alley restaurants of Tsukiji. In a nutshell, if you enjoy real sushi and not just rolls, then this is the place for you.

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★★★★★

Eating at Hama Sushi, I must admit, is not for everyone.
Unlike other sushi restaurants in Little Tokyo, this place stays away from the fancy rolls with extravagant names such as spider, volcano, what-the-f***k, etc. Also, it stays away from fancy interior designs with scantily-dressed Asian watiresses. And instead of offering a million things to go along with your sushi (seriously, what real sushi place in Japan would offer chicken teriyaki with their sushi), Hama Sushi offers a small, but efficient menu with fresh raw fish at a price that is certainly a bargain. A dinner for two with a couple of beers will set you back $70-80, a rare deal in overpriced Little Tokyo. I would definitely recommend the red snapper with salt and the albacore toro. Also tasty is the yellowtail collar. Close your eyes and reopen them and you will swear you are in one of the back alley restaurants of Tsukiji. In a nutshell, if you enjoy real sushi and not just rolls, then this is the place for you.

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Hama has the best and the freshest sushi in LA. A small, sushi bar, don't expect to order anything but sushi at a very reasonable price in a very relaxed atmosphere.

2
★★★★★

Hama has the best and the freshest sushi in LA. A small, sushi bar, don't expect to order anything but sushi at a very reasonable price in a very relaxed atmosphere.

Pros: SPICY TUNY HAND ROLL

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I travel the country for business and am weekly sushi eater. I strongly recommend Hama sushi for anyone who appreciates great raw fish. They have amazingly creative rolls (like the Strawberry Roll in Ponzu sauce), and pair customized oils and homeade sauces with fish in a completely unique way. They are masters at making each bite worth savoring.....and everything is FRESH. The bamboo cold sake is a must have accompaniment for your meal. I even overheard the head sushi chef talking about a book he's working on showcasing all of his unique sushi roll creations!!

2
★★★★★

I travel the country for business and am weekly sushi eater. I strongly recommend Hama sushi for anyone who appreciates great raw fish. They have amazingly creative rolls (like the Strawberry Roll in Ponzu sauce), and pair customized oils and homeade sauces with fish in a completely unique way. They are masters at making each bite worth savoring.....and everything is FRESH. The bamboo cold sake is a must have accompaniment for your meal. I even overheard the head sushi chef talking about a book he's working on showcasing all of his unique sushi roll creations!!

Pros: Food, Service, Atmosphere, Staff

Cons: Parking, Hours of Operation, Wait for Table

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I used to like this place because it was really reasonably priced and great sushi for its price. However, I went last night on a Sunday because Daikokuya was closed and ordered a decent amount of sushi only to find they had significantly raised their prices when my bill came. I had no idea they raised the prices since you order directly to the sushi chef and do not get a sushi list. If you are going to dish out this sort of money you are better served going to Sushi Gen or Sushi Go 55.

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★★☆☆☆

I used to like this place because it was really reasonably priced and great sushi for its price. However, I went last night on a Sunday because Daikokuya was closed and ordered a decent amount of sushi only to find they had significantly raised their prices when my bill came. I had no idea they raised the prices since you order directly to the sushi chef and do not get a sushi list. If you are going to dish out this sort of money you are better served going to Sushi Gen or Sushi Go 55.

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We stumbled upon this place on a Sunday evening in search of a sushi restaurant when Komasa next door had a long wait for a table and Sushi Gen was closed. The hostess had a seating system and was quite unfriendly and vocal to my friend when he unknowingly moved to sit on the left side of me at the sushi bar (which is the only seating option available at this place). That was just the start of our disappointing experience. The evening proceeded with the sushi chef giving me attitude because I did not give him all my orders at the same time. When I asked if he wanted us to just mark down what we wanted on a sushi list, he snapped at me and said that I could just tell him what I wanted (which was what I had done intially, but he was annoyed because I had asked for an additional item--I would have thought that restaurants would be happy that their customers want to order more for the benefit of their business). The rest of my experience here was uncomfortable and unpleasant, especially when the sushi chef would glare at me with his evil eye. It was almost as if he was trying to scare away his business. The sushi was nothing spectacular--just average. My friend and I should have gone to another place with the same quality sushi without the attitude and rudeness. I would NOT recommend this "Nozawa-wannabe" sub-par establishment at all!

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★★☆☆☆

We stumbled upon this place on a Sunday evening in search of a sushi restaurant when Komasa next door had a long wait for a table and Sushi Gen was closed. The hostess had a seating system and was quite unfriendly and vocal to my friend when he unknowingly moved to sit on the left side of me at the sushi bar (which is the only seating option available at this place). That was just the start of our disappointing experience. The evening proceeded with the sushi chef giving me attitude because I did not give him all my orders at the same time. When I asked if he wanted us to just mark down what we wanted on a sushi list, he snapped at me and said that I could just tell him what I wanted (which was what I had done intially, but he was annoyed because I had asked for an additional item--I would have thought that restaurants would be happy that their customers want to order more for the benefit of their business). The rest of my experience here was uncomfortable and unpleasant, especially when the sushi chef would glare at me with his evil eye. It was almost as if he was trying to scare away his business. The sushi was nothing spectacular--just average. My friend and I should have gone to another place with the same quality sushi without the attitude and rudeness. I would NOT recommend this "Nozawa-wannabe" sub-par establishment at all!

Pros: none

Cons: Rude service

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The sushi chef was completely rude and slow. It took him 45 mins to create 4 orders of sushi, one of which had to be repeated twice. I don't know what set him off, but he would selectively ignore my guest and I. The last call was when I made one more order and he conveniently forgot it and started prepping up some cucumber when there were no other guests around. I apologize to the waitresses for the $0 tip, but go ahead and blame the chef.

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★☆☆☆☆

The sushi chef was completely rude and slow. It took him 45 mins to create 4 orders of sushi, one of which had to be repeated twice. I don't know what set him off, but he would selectively ignore my guest and I. The last call was when I made one more order and he conveniently forgot it and started prepping up some cucumber when there were no other guests around. I apologize to the waitresses for the $0 tip, but go ahead and blame the chef.

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An intimate, warm, and happy place. (Small and very affordable).
Rice and seaweed perfected! Delicious salmon, spanish mackeral if you can get it, as well as scallops.
Try to get there as soon as they open, it will be far less crowded.

Cheers to you Hama!

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★★★★★

An intimate, warm, and happy place. (Small and very affordable).
Rice and seaweed perfected! Delicious salmon, spanish mackeral if you can get it, as well as scallops.
Try to get there as soon as they open, it will be far less crowded.

Cheers to you Hama!

Pros: A small intimate experience.. delicious!!

Cons: When crowded, you will have to wait your turn.. have patience, it's certainly worth it!!

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Great sushi! I was very satisfied with the tasty fresh sushi here. The restaurant is small with only counter like some sushi restaurants in Tokyo, but you will get a seat soon. Just wait thinking what you will order...it's worth waiting. Warm atmosphere of experienced chefs' Edo-spirit. Hamachi, anago, salmon and rolls... everything was good. Soft shell crab with ponzu-sauce was yummy, too.

4
★★★★☆

Great sushi! I was very satisfied with the tasty fresh sushi here. The restaurant is small with only counter like some sushi restaurants in Tokyo, but you will get a seat soon. Just wait thinking what you will order...it's worth waiting. Warm atmosphere of experienced chefs' Edo-spirit. Hamachi, anago, salmon and rolls... everything was good. Soft shell crab with ponzu-sauce was yummy, too.

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I travel to la every two weeks for business,usually la has many good sushi bars,this one was a nightmare,the raw fish here is not good quality,service here is no where,the owner is very rude and crude,hope when i comeback to la nexttime i have better meal!

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★☆☆☆☆

I travel to la every two weeks for business,usually la has many good sushi bars,this one was a nightmare,the raw fish here is not good quality,service here is no where,the owner is very rude and crude,hope when i comeback to la nexttime i have better meal!

Pros: none

Cons: bad raw fish

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Sushi here is not fresh,service is very bad!i ordered also half shell crab it was very greasy,miso soup was lukewarm,worse was the sushi very smelly a no no for raw fish!for sushi head to another place!

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★☆☆☆☆

Sushi here is not fresh,service is very bad!i ordered also half shell crab it was very greasy,miso soup was lukewarm,worse was the sushi very smelly a no no for raw fish!for sushi head to another place!

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Another Great Sushi Restaurant in Little Tokyo!!! Chef can be a little rude but sushi is Great!!! I love the Toro and eal rolls!!! However the Toro is expenive but worth it if you love high quality fish. I also like the fact that it doesn't get too busy and the price is reasonable for the quality of food. I'd recommend the place for someone looking for great sushi!!!

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★★★★☆

Another Great Sushi Restaurant in Little Tokyo!!! Chef can be a little rude but sushi is Great!!! I love the Toro and eal rolls!!! However the Toro is expenive but worth it if you love high quality fish. I also like the fact that it doesn't get too busy and the price is reasonable for the quality of food. I'd recommend the place for someone looking for great sushi!!!

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I usually go to Komasa or Izayoi in Little Tokyo, but tonight they were closed so my group of five opted for Hama Sushi, which is in the same vicinity and has comparable prices. We were never given a wait time, but stood in the doorway patiently. One hour went by and in we inquired to find out how much longer for a table. We were told by an aloof waitress that it would be 30 more minutes. It seemed pointless to leave after waiting so long, so we waited another 30 to 45 minutes and saw a table being cleared and assumed it is for us, soon realizing that the waitress had no intention of seating us. After reminding her that we had been waiting an hour and a half, she seated us gruntingly. Once seated, we ordered sushi, drinks and edamame. After 10 min the edamame arrived wet and soggy. By this point we were completely famished and begin eating it only to find it inedible. I explained to the waitress that the edamame was over cooked and ask if they would please make a fresh one. She returned to tell us that the Kitchen staff refused to do so. 20 min pass as my party of five devours the scraps of ginger on the table, completely starving. A round of albacore arrived, which was barely a fraction of what we ordered. Mind you, the surrounding restaurant was moderately busy with a full wait staff. The albacore was decent and we scarfed it down. Another 20 min passed and by this point we were literally yawning and delirious, with the pang of ginger unable to escape our palates. We decide we are fed up and ask our unapologetic waitress for our check. We will never return to Hama sushi because of their horrendous/sloppy service and poor restaurant practices. This is in my top worst restaurant stories of all time, and thats saying a lot after having suffered severe food toxication and eaten expired ham.

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★☆☆☆☆

I usually go to Komasa or Izayoi in Little Tokyo, but tonight they were closed so my group of five opted for Hama Sushi, which is in the same vicinity and has comparable prices. We were never given a wait time, but stood in the doorway patiently. One hour went by and in we inquired to find out how much longer for a table. We were told by an aloof waitress that it would be 30 more minutes. It seemed pointless to leave after waiting so long, so we waited another 30 to 45 minutes and saw a table being cleared and assumed it is for us, soon realizing that the waitress had no intention of seating us. After reminding her that we had been waiting an hour and a half, she seated us gruntingly. Once seated, we ordered sushi, drinks and edamame. After 10 min the edamame arrived wet and soggy. By this point we were completely famished and begin eating it only to find it inedible. I explained to the waitress that the edamame was over cooked and ask if they would please make a fresh one. She returned to tell us that the Kitchen staff refused to do so. 20 min pass as my party of five devours the scraps of ginger on the table, completely starving. A round of albacore arrived, which was barely a fraction of what we ordered. Mind you, the surrounding restaurant was moderately busy with a full wait staff. The albacore was decent and we scarfed it down. Another 20 min passed and by this point we were literally yawning and delirious, with the pang of ginger unable to escape our palates. We decide we are fed up and ask our unapologetic waitress for our check. We will never return to Hama sushi because of their horrendous/sloppy service and poor restaurant practices. This is in my top worst restaurant stories of all time, and thats saying a lot after having suffered severe food toxication and eaten expired ham.

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So delicious. My husband and I stumbled in here accidentally, a day after we moved to L.A.! Since then, every single person we have brought here, natives and visitors alike, will never go to another sushi place in L.A. It's tiny, but soooooo worth it. Don't order all your sushi at once, like many first timers do, just order one or two things at a time. BEST spicy tuna handrolls EVER. I'm serious. I don't normally get spicy tuna... but GET IT... you will NOT be disappointed! The rest of their sushi is amazing too... It would be really difficult for someone to convince me to go elsewhere for sushi. YUM!!

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★★★★★

So delicious. My husband and I stumbled in here accidentally, a day after we moved to L.A.! Since then, every single person we have brought here, natives and visitors alike, will never go to another sushi place in L.A. It's tiny, but soooooo worth it. Don't order all your sushi at once, like many first timers do, just order one or two things at a time. BEST spicy tuna handrolls EVER. I'm serious. I don't normally get spicy tuna... but GET IT... you will NOT be disappointed! The rest of their sushi is amazing too... It would be really difficult for someone to convince me to go elsewhere for sushi. YUM!!

Pros: SUSHI!!

Cons: not much... they don't serve other Japanese food besides sushi, so don't ask, but who needs it anyway??

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I'm not a huge spicy tuna fan but this place honestly makes the best spicy tuna handrolls ever - great balance of spicy flavors and fresh tuna wrapped in crisp seaweed (so good!). Other highlights: Eel and avocado handroll or cut rolls; Amabae (sweet shrimp with fried heads); monk fish liver; Salmon, Albacore and Yellowtail sashimi. Service is always efficient and respectful. My favorite sushi chef is typically on the right side of the sushi bar - if you go often he gives you free samples in the most adorable charming way. Check this place out!

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★★★★★

I'm not a huge spicy tuna fan but this place honestly makes the best spicy tuna handrolls ever - great balance of spicy flavors and fresh tuna wrapped in crisp seaweed (so good!). Other highlights: Eel and avocado handroll or cut rolls; Amabae (sweet shrimp with fried heads); monk fish liver; Salmon, Albacore and Yellowtail sashimi. Service is always efficient and respectful. My favorite sushi chef is typically on the right side of the sushi bar - if you go often he gives you free samples in the most adorable charming way. Check this place out!

Pros: Wonderful Sushi/Sashimi; Great Service

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My friend recommended this place after going to Sushi Gen first and saw it was full. The place is very small, they don't take reservations but it's worth the little 15 minute wait! For about two hours my friends and I dined on the best sushi, including oysters, tuna, toro, albacore, tons of rolls, tons of beer and tons of saki for less than $140!!! We really over did it with sush...oh, we also had soft shell crab. This place is amazing. Not really the most romantic place but if in the mood for sushi with a couple of close friends, this place will fit perfectly!!!

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★★★★★

My friend recommended this place after going to Sushi Gen first and saw it was full. The place is very small, they don't take reservations but it's worth the little 15 minute wait! For about two hours my friends and I dined on the best sushi, including oysters, tuna, toro, albacore, tons of rolls, tons of beer and tons of saki for less than $140!!! We really over did it with sush...oh, we also had soft shell crab. This place is amazing. Not really the most romantic place but if in the mood for sushi with a couple of close friends, this place will fit perfectly!!!

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The place is so small and very, very low-key, but it's worth the trip to downtown. There are many more, better sushi places in LA, but I've never found one that beats the price here. My hubby and I usually spend around $100 for our usual (nothing fancy) sushi dinner, but here, we can get full for $50-60! It's close to the museum, too, so you can walk around and do some sightseeing.

2
★★★★☆

The place is so small and very, very low-key, but it's worth the trip to downtown. There are many more, better sushi places in LA, but I've never found one that beats the price here. My hubby and I usually spend around $100 for our usual (nothing fancy) sushi dinner, but here, we can get full for $50-60! It's close to the museum, too, so you can walk around and do some sightseeing.

Pros: cheap!!!, street parking, yummy

Cons: tiny

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This is the cutest little sushi bar with great food. The service is good, everyone is attentive, and the sushi is the best part. No Tempura, which is a shame, but they have an excellent baked soft shell crab. The place is tiny but we never feel cramped. Been going for about 10 years now and i havent been to a better sushi place yet!

2
★★★★★

This is the cutest little sushi bar with great food. The service is good, everyone is attentive, and the sushi is the best part. No Tempura, which is a shame, but they have an excellent baked soft shell crab. The place is tiny but we never feel cramped. Been going for about 10 years now and i havent been to a better sushi place yet!

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Was pleasantly surprised how this small hole in a wall could produce such great sushi. The sign at their entrance reads "No Tempura" which means they only make sushi or shashimi.

PROS: Fresh sushi from REAL japenese sushi chefs!
CONS: parking, small place not great for big parites, sushi bar gets packed

4
★★★★☆

Was pleasantly surprised how this small hole in a wall could produce such great sushi. The sign at their entrance reads "No Tempura" which means they only make sushi or shashimi.

PROS: Fresh sushi from REAL japenese sushi chefs!
CONS: parking, small place not great for big parites, sushi bar gets packed

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Authentic Japanese menu, no special rolls, just the basics. Sushi is so good you won't mind dropping a nice amount of money for your meal. Great for groups, fast seating, awesome service.

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★★★★★

Authentic Japanese menu, no special rolls, just the basics. Sushi is so good you won't mind dropping a nice amount of money for your meal. Great for groups, fast seating, awesome service.

Pros: Great sushi, Great service, Reasonable pricing

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In the heart of Little Tokyo, this sushi restaurant is a must for sushi lovers. I highly recommend the salmon skin salad to complement your sashimi, cut roll or handroll orders.

5
★★★★★

In the heart of Little Tokyo, this sushi restaurant is a must for sushi lovers. I highly recommend the salmon skin salad to complement your sashimi, cut roll or handroll orders.

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Venice area

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Venice area

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First off, no udon, no teriyaki, no tempura. OK now that, that's been said get ready for a good meal of sushi. You and 3 feet are all that stand between you and the chef and sushi

- put your whole order in early
- anago and amago - excellent
- japanese only - language
- hand rolls are large
- cut rolls are tight
- sashimi - wow - albacore tuna a must
- not much to look at on the wall but nice and simple

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★★★★☆

First off, no udon, no teriyaki, no tempura. OK now that, that's been said get ready for a good meal of sushi. You and 3 feet are all that stand between you and the chef and sushi

- put your whole order in early
- anago and amago - excellent
- japanese only - language
- hand rolls are large
- cut rolls are tight
- sashimi - wow - albacore tuna a must
- not much to look at on the wall but nice and simple

Pros: quick, simple, fresh

Cons: , simple, little english

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The food here is just fantastic. I'm a sashimi person, and if you want a place that goes beyond the normal tuna / salmon / california roll, this is it. Everything from the sweet shrimp, to the uni, the toro, the clam etc is fresh and extremely well cut (not skimpy slices nor unwieldy hunks). The chefs are really wonderful. Try the grilled yellowtail head. Another great thing - it's open late.

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★★★★★

The food here is just fantastic. I'm a sashimi person, and if you want a place that goes beyond the normal tuna / salmon / california roll, this is it. Everything from the sweet shrimp, to the uni, the toro, the clam etc is fresh and extremely well cut (not skimpy slices nor unwieldy hunks). The chefs are really wonderful. Try the grilled yellowtail head. Another great thing - it's open late.

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This is by far the best sushi restaurant in Los Angeles. I would rather take the drive from West Hollywood to Downtown to eat here than crawl a few blocks down La Cienega to eat at Matsuhisa. The fish is fresh. The chefs are friendly. And the only thing that's bad about this place is that I am not allowed to live there. Try the Eel/Crab/Avacado roll. And then every other thing they serve.

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★★★★★

This is by far the best sushi restaurant in Los Angeles. I would rather take the drive from West Hollywood to Downtown to eat here than crawl a few blocks down La Cienega to eat at Matsuhisa. The fish is fresh. The chefs are friendly. And the only thing that's bad about this place is that I am not allowed to live there. Try the Eel/Crab/Avacado roll. And then every other thing they serve.

Pros: Best Sushi in Town, Best Chefs in Town, Inexpensive

Cons: None, Oh Wait...None, And None

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Salmon sashimi is the reason i come to this place. Not only is the price right, but the fish is fresh. They also get extra points for plate presentation. Any one that can make raw salmon into the shape of a rose grabs my attention.

2
★★★★★

Salmon sashimi is the reason i come to this place. Not only is the price right, but the fish is fresh. They also get extra points for plate presentation. Any one that can make raw salmon into the shape of a rose grabs my attention.

Pros: good prices, small and quaint, $3 parking lot

Cons: small and fills up

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Hama is quite possibly the best sushi restaurant I have ever been to.

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★★★★★

Hama is quite possibly the best sushi restaurant I have ever been to.

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No tempura, no rice alone. Such are the hand written signs when you enter Hama. It's sushi and only sushi, but if you want tuna that tastes like it came right off the boat, this is the place.
Incredibly friendly chefs who have perfected their art.

DON'T GO!... The place will only get more crowded, and I like it the way it isw now!

2
★★★★★

No tempura, no rice alone. Such are the hand written signs when you enter Hama. It's sushi and only sushi, but if you want tuna that tastes like it came right off the boat, this is the place.
Incredibly friendly chefs who have perfected their art.

DON'T GO!... The place will only get more crowded, and I like it the way it isw now!

Pros: fresh fish

Cons: rather expensive

 

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