Hiko Sushi

★★★★★
  • 11275 National Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90064

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  • 310-473-7688

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This place is all about the delicious food and ingredients. I can't part from the chef's choice which include bites that I crave and keep me coming back. Examples include the tuna appetizer and crab roll. Fish melts in your mouth, clearly

3
★★★★★

This place is all about the delicious food and ingredients. I can't part from the chef's choice which include bites that I crave and keep me coming back. Examples include the tuna appetizer and crab roll. Fish melts in your mouth, clearly

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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 are

3
★★★★★

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 are

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Its funny how some of the most amazing sushi spots are in the smallest places in the most normal strip malls. I guess thats what you get for great sushi. This place is nothign different. Very great sushi and great staff who are so kind and generous.
Its not just a one time good sushi. This place consistently time after time has presented fabulous sushi

4
★★★★☆

Its funny how some of the most amazing sushi spots are in the smallest places in the most normal strip malls. I guess thats what you get for great sushi. This place is nothign different. Very great sushi and great staff who are so kind and generous.
Its not just a one time good sushi. This place consistently time after time has presented fabulous sushi

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Some of the freshest fish you'll ever find in Los Angeles. And their blue crab roll is to die for.

3
★★★★★

Some of the freshest fish you'll ever find in Los Angeles. And their blue crab roll is to die for.

Pros: Super fresh fish

Cons: Sushi Nazi

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Traditional sushi only! This is a serious sushi chef who doesn't mess around. You will not find combination dinners or California rolls here. Mom and pop run. High quality and price.

4
★★★★☆

Traditional sushi only! This is a serious sushi chef who doesn't mess around. You will not find combination dinners or California rolls here. Mom and pop run. High quality and price.

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Don't believe the hype! Never have I been so horrified to depart with $70 for overrated fare!\r
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Where to begin? I was not in any way upset by the fact that they only serve sushi- if it is fantastic sushi then one needs nothing

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★★★★★

Don't believe the hype! Never have I been so horrified to depart with $70 for overrated fare!\r
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Where to begin? I was not in any way upset by the fact that they only serve sushi- if it is fantastic sushi then one needs nothing

Pros: Nice enough waitress.

Cons: Sushi.

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My gf and I went there on 12/3 after reading about it on LA weekly. It's a pretty small place. When we entered, the hostess told us that if we wanted to sit at the sushi bar, we don't get to choose our own dishes! The chef will prepare

3
★★★★★

My gf and I went there on 12/3 after reading about it on LA weekly. It's a pretty small place. When we entered, the hostess told us that if we wanted to sit at the sushi bar, we don't get to choose our own dishes! The chef will prepare

Pros: The Sushi!!!!

Cons: The Bill!!!!

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Tonight was our first visit to Hiko and it was excellent all around. Having read the reviews about the rules of the restaurant, and the risk of being booted for noncompliance with the rules, we entered the restaurant with some

3
★★★★★

Tonight was our first visit to Hiko and it was excellent all around. Having read the reviews about the rules of the restaurant, and the risk of being booted for noncompliance with the rules, we entered the restaurant with some

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Despite all the bad experiences listed on Hiko's review, It is still by far the BEST SUSHI EVER! The first dish they bring out is a baby tuna with sesame on it. it is phenomenal! Also, their blue crab roll.. omg.. it is to DIE FOR! And

3
★★★★★

Despite all the bad experiences listed on Hiko's review, It is still by far the BEST SUSHI EVER! The first dish they bring out is a baby tuna with sesame on it. it is phenomenal! Also, their blue crab roll.. omg.. it is to DIE FOR! And

Pros: PERFECT FOOD! Can't go wrong.

Cons: Small but never had to wait. Not for big groups

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If you liked the old sasabune, you'll love hiko. The food if just as good, maybe better and it's in a small, out of the way, no frills place. Get the chef's choice. You won't be sorry.

3
★★★★★

If you liked the old sasabune, you'll love hiko. The food if just as good, maybe better and it's in a small, out of the way, no frills place. Get the chef's choice. You won't be sorry.

Pros: Best sushi ever

Cons: Not enough seating

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I went to Hiko sushi for the first time four years ago upon opening, and I now go at least once a week. After hitting up nearly every sushi bar in Los Angeles, from uber expensive,to shack, I have found Hiko to be the absolute freshest and

3
★★★★★

I went to Hiko sushi for the first time four years ago upon opening, and I now go at least once a week. After hitting up nearly every sushi bar in Los Angeles, from uber expensive,to shack, I have found Hiko to be the absolute freshest and

Pros: amazingly fresh, delicious, fast, not super crowded or trendy

Cons: not for people who like fancy rolls

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Terrible customer service. Sushi is good, but very expensive. Not worth the rude treatment. Parking is not great.

3
★★★★★

Terrible customer service. Sushi is good, but very expensive. Not worth the rude treatment. Parking is not great.

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Decided to visit Hiko Sushi, and upon entering, was greeted by the waitress and explained the rules (no rolls, no cell phones etc) which I had no problem with. Decided to sit at the table and opted out for chef's choice at the bar. The

3
★★★★★

Decided to visit Hiko Sushi, and upon entering, was greeted by the waitress and explained the rules (no rolls, no cell phones etc) which I had no problem with. Decided to sit at the table and opted out for chef's choice at the bar. The

Pros: Tasty fresh fish

Cons: Not much, odd 2 order maxmimum at table

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My friend asked if I'd meet her for dinner. She was facing some bad news health wise and thought enjoying a nice sushi dinner would cheer her up. I'd heard that Hiko was the best in town. I'm a regular costumer at Nozawa but had never been

3
★★★★★

My friend asked if I'd meet her for dinner. She was facing some bad news health wise and thought enjoying a nice sushi dinner would cheer her up. I'd heard that Hiko was the best in town. I'm a regular costumer at Nozawa but had never been

Cons: terrible ambience and service

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I used to love this place, but unfortunately, the manager has problems accomodating his customers. I recently had work done on my molars and could not eat rice because of the work. I left a little rice on my plate. The chef and waitress

3
★★★★★

I used to love this place, but unfortunately, the manager has problems accomodating his customers. I recently had work done on my molars and could not eat rice because of the work. I left a little rice on my plate. The chef and waitress

Cons: Rude, inconsiderate, and horrible chef

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I wanted to take my friend who supposedly HATED sushi to an establishment I really liked. Now, I only discovered Hiko out of luck - previously I had always gone to Sasabune or Nozawa to get my warm rice sushi fix. I stumbled upon Hiko

3
★★★★★

I wanted to take my friend who supposedly HATED sushi to an establishment I really liked. Now, I only discovered Hiko out of luck - previously I had always gone to Sasabune or Nozawa to get my warm rice sushi fix. I stumbled upon Hiko

Pros: if there are no cameras allowed

Cons: pompous arrogant chef

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Right off the bat, I'd like to go on record as saying that the service was phenomenal. Wonderful waitress (perhaps the chef's wife?) and no attitude whatsoever. I think that if you go into a dinner at Hiko with a modicum of respect,

3
★★★★★

Right off the bat, I'd like to go on record as saying that the service was phenomenal. Wonderful waitress (perhaps the chef's wife?) and no attitude whatsoever. I think that if you go into a dinner at Hiko with a modicum of respect,

Pros: Sushi, Service

Cons: Price

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I am lucky to have one of the best sushi restaurants in town in my neighborhood! I was surprized to read that some reviewers have been treated poorly there. I have gone there quite a few times, and my experience with their service has

3
★★★★★

I am lucky to have one of the best sushi restaurants in town in my neighborhood! I was surprized to read that some reviewers have been treated poorly there. I have gone there quite a few times, and my experience with their service has

Pros: food

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I'm from Europe, but I've been eating sushi since I was 4...and after seeing all the fabulous reviews of this place, I decided I would take two friends FROM JAPAN to check it out for some authentic sushi. Are all the positive reviews

3
★★★★★

I'm from Europe, but I've been eating sushi since I was 4...and after seeing all the fabulous reviews of this place, I decided I would take two friends FROM JAPAN to check it out for some authentic sushi. Are all the positive reviews

Pros: Good parking

Cons: Abusive "service"

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I LOVE HIKO SUSHI. It is among the freshest sashimi I have ever had outside of Japan (and believe me I've had some pretty damn fresh sashim/sushi in Japan). It's excellent and chef's choice is just great--you can kick back and have the

3
★★★★★

I LOVE HIKO SUSHI. It is among the freshest sashimi I have ever had outside of Japan (and believe me I've had some pretty damn fresh sashim/sushi in Japan). It's excellent and chef's choice is just great--you can kick back and have the

Pros: FRESHEST SUSHI/SASHIMI AROUND

Cons: A little pricey but still worth it

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Hiko serves some of the freshest sushi in all of LA. Notice that almost every negative review was based upon the fact that the reviewer did something rude and was kicked out.. but they still admit that the fish was fresh and tasty! As long

3
★★★★★

Hiko serves some of the freshest sushi in all of LA. Notice that almost every negative review was based upon the fact that the reviewer did something rude and was kicked out.. but they still admit that the fish was fresh and tasty! As long

Pros: Freshest, tastiest sushi in town!

Cons: Service could be friendlier

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I read a review of HIKO and was very excited to go try it. Than a dear friend of mine who has strict dietary restrictions told me that their experience there was awful because he does not eat shell fish. He was treated poorly and not

3
★★★★★

I read a review of HIKO and was very excited to go try it. Than a dear friend of mine who has strict dietary restrictions told me that their experience there was awful because he does not eat shell fish. He was treated poorly and not

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The family who owns this place has only been sweet to me and my husband. We are sushi snobs and this place is far and away the best sushi either of us have had (barring Japan, perhaps). It is expensive for our budget ($50 each), but we

3
★★★★★

The family who owns this place has only been sweet to me and my husband. We are sushi snobs and this place is far and away the best sushi either of us have had (barring Japan, perhaps). It is expensive for our budget ($50 each), but we

Pros: BEST sushi I've ever had; owned by sweet and respectful family; a quiet small unassuming place

Cons: Small space (makes it very intimate, though)

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Went to Hiko for the second time ever with my husband to have a quiet, intimate experience. This "family owned" restaurant had their daughter seat us, never saying a word about any so called "RULES"! We started to eat (great sushi I

3
★★★★★

Went to Hiko for the second time ever with my husband to have a quiet, intimate experience. This "family owned" restaurant had their daughter seat us, never saying a word about any so called "RULES"! We started to eat (great sushi I

Pros: good parking!

Cons: judgmental chef and embarrassing rules!

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I previously wrote a recommendation for this restaurant because of it's excellent quality of sushi. I have since stopped going to this restaurant as we've repeatedly had terrible service, which is surprising for being relatively frequent

3
★★★★★

I previously wrote a recommendation for this restaurant because of it's excellent quality of sushi. I have since stopped going to this restaurant as we've repeatedly had terrible service, which is surprising for being relatively frequent

Pros: Good sushi

Cons: Horrible service

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Best (unknown) Sushi Bar in LA.\r
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All the previous reviews are correct -- don't pay any attention the bad ones.

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★★★★★

Best (unknown) Sushi Bar in LA.\r
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All the previous reviews are correct -- don't pay any attention the bad ones.

Pros: Great quality Sushi, Prices are actually very reasonable, Friendly family-owned staff

Cons: Sushi bar is chef's choice only (but I don't consider that a "con")

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I've been to plenty that are supposed to be great, including Matsuhisa and Mori, and while I've enjoyed them, I've never understood why people thought they were any better than the next. At Hiko Sushi I suddenly understood! It was

3
★★★★★

I've been to plenty that are supposed to be great, including Matsuhisa and Mori, and while I've enjoyed them, I've never understood why people thought they were any better than the next. At Hiko Sushi I suddenly understood! It was

Pros: best food, easy parking, casual atmosphere

Cons: closed on Saturday!?!

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I have been going to this restaurant from the very begining. It's a family owned restaurant and they serve each dish with love. The fish is freshly picked each day at the fisherman market so the taste is out of this world. I was hooked

3
★★★★★

I have been going to this restaurant from the very begining. It's a family owned restaurant and they serve each dish with love. The fish is freshly picked each day at the fisherman market so the taste is out of this world. I was hooked

Pros: freshness, quiet, friendly

Cons: strict policy

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I have gone to Hiko several times and each time is a wonderful experience. The Chef is strict and knows his stuff about sushi, he's like the new Nozawa. However, he knows what goes best with what and takes much pride of each dish.

3
★★★★★

I have gone to Hiko several times and each time is a wonderful experience. The Chef is strict and knows his stuff about sushi, he's like the new Nozawa. However, he knows what goes best with what and takes much pride of each dish.

Cons: small

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As a sushi lover, I have tried different Japanese restaurant but never had such a humiliating experience. I ordered Albacore Sushi and asked for the Ponzu Sauce. I was told they have it but I couldn't use it because the chef doesn't think

3
★★★★★

As a sushi lover, I have tried different Japanese restaurant but never had such a humiliating experience. I ordered Albacore Sushi and asked for the Ponzu Sauce. I was told they have it but I couldn't use it because the chef doesn't think

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I've been to Hiko Sushi several times and the sushi is always fresh and is among the best I've found in LA. I've heard rumors about the chef reprimanding people for not following "sushi etiquette", but have never experienced it first

3
★★★★★

I've been to Hiko Sushi several times and the sushi is always fresh and is among the best I've found in LA. I've heard rumors about the chef reprimanding people for not following "sushi etiquette", but have never experienced it first

Pros: Great Sushi, Good Sake List, Good Service

Cons: Small

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It's not as good as it sounded. We sat at the Sushi bar and hoping we'd get to have great meal, but the sushi chef stuffed us up with crab rolls and ugly looking sushi with rice sticking out from the sides. The sushi displays look like

3
★★★★★

It's not as good as it sounded. We sat at the Sushi bar and hoping we'd get to have great meal, but the sushi chef stuffed us up with crab rolls and ugly looking sushi with rice sticking out from the sides. The sushi displays look like

Pros: good parking

Cons: slow service, too many hand rolls, very expensive

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The food is wonderful, comparable to far more expensive places, but what really stands out to me is the way Hiko quietyly gets people to go beyond their sushi safety zones. I've tried things here (monkfish liver??) that I would NEVER have

3
★★★★★

The food is wonderful, comparable to far more expensive places, but what really stands out to me is the way Hiko quietyly gets people to go beyond their sushi safety zones. I've tried things here (monkfish liver??) that I would NEVER have

Pros: service, quality, parking

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Awesome sushi. bought fresh each day and you can TASTE IT!. Never crowded. Hidden gem. I have eaten sushi at all the LA spots and this ranks one of the best for freshness and taste. Not a lot of rolls, but not that kind of place.

3
★★★★★

Awesome sushi. bought fresh each day and you can TASTE IT!. Never crowded. Hidden gem. I have eaten sushi at all the LA spots and this ranks one of the best for freshness and taste. Not a lot of rolls, but not that kind of place.

Pros: fresh, taste, selection

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The Chef is absolutely awesome and the Fish is fresh and perfectly cut. This is definitely one of the Best in LA.

3
★★★★★

The Chef is absolutely awesome and the Fish is fresh and perfectly cut. This is definitely one of the Best in LA.

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I eat sushi 4-5 times a week for the last 18 years in LosAngeles and nothing can beat the excellence at Hiko Sushi!

I can go on and on about this place!

PROS: food quality is high
CONS: hmm.... cant think of one!

5
★★★★★

I eat sushi 4-5 times a week for the last 18 years in LosAngeles and nothing can beat the excellence at Hiko Sushi!

I can go on and on about this place!

PROS: food quality is high
CONS: hmm.... cant think of one!

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GREAT sushi. Family run. Handpicked fish fresh from the fish market each morning. No cooked dishes like teriyaki, and no california rolls. We're talking serious sushi. Sit with the chef and you'll really understand his skill (and pay for it!). Sit at a table and you'll get a sushi bargain.

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★★★★★

GREAT sushi. Family run. Handpicked fish fresh from the fish market each morning. No cooked dishes like teriyaki, and no california rolls. We're talking serious sushi. Sit with the chef and you'll really understand his skill (and pay for it!). Sit at a table and you'll get a sushi bargain.

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Hiko is the best sushi you can get in LA. It's not cheap, and omakase will cost you about $50 a pop. But so well worth it! Where else can you get fresh wasabi, super fresh toro, uni (I was never a fan until Hiko turned me into one), blue

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★★★★★

Hiko is the best sushi you can get in LA. It's not cheap, and omakase will cost you about $50 a pop. But so well worth it! Where else can you get fresh wasabi, super fresh toro, uni (I was never a fan until Hiko turned me into one), blue

Pros: excellent sushi, quiet ambience, attentive service

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For sushi/sashimi purists that want to sample something sublimely divine, but do it in an a totally relaxed, homey and low-key space, HIKO distinctively stands out (even on the Westside where Japanese places seem ubiquitous).

Choose your

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For sushi/sashimi purists that want to sample something sublimely divine, but do it in an a totally relaxed, homey and low-key space, HIKO distinctively stands out (even on the Westside where Japanese places seem ubiquitous).

Choose your

Pros: affordable, lots of parking, good sake selection

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Hiko is far and away the best sushi place in the LA basin. With reasonable prices, a friendly staff, and some of the best, fresh fish -- you would be wise to give Hiko a chance. I've come to trust Hiko so that I've tried and actually

3
★★★★★

Hiko is far and away the best sushi place in the LA basin. With reasonable prices, a friendly staff, and some of the best, fresh fish -- you would be wise to give Hiko a chance. I've come to trust Hiko so that I've tried and actually

Pros: best sushi, reasonable prices, friendly staff

 

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