Ginza Sushi Restaurant

★★★★☆

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when we got there, there was already alot of people there and we were forced to wait for a while...aside from that, a great sushi place...Ginza and Club Sushi are neck and neck

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★★★★☆

when we got there, there was already alot of people there and we were forced to wait for a while...aside from that, a great sushi place...Ginza and Club Sushi are neck and neck

Pros: the food

Cons: the crowd

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It would be suitable for Koreans, but not recommended for Japanese. Too hot. Additionallly, according to a paper, the owner believe Sushi originated in ancient Korea. Nice joke!

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★★★☆☆

It would be suitable for Koreans, but not recommended for Japanese. Too hot. Additionallly, according to a paper, the owner believe Sushi originated in ancient Korea. Nice joke!

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In a city like LA, there are a lot of choices for sushi. If you're a novice, this is not the place for you. There is a small sushi menu (typical stuff - no albacore or "special rolls") and undoubtedly the best place to sit is the sushi bar. The fish was fresh and cuts were generous lengthwise and buttery-soft. However, the place was totally deserted on a Saturday night, at 9pm. We quickly ate and then went down the street to Opus for an after dinner drink and dessert. For the quality of the fish, I felt it was overpriced ($7 for 2 pcs. of eel sushi) and the lack of ambience made us feel a bit cheated. Pros included free green tea and miso soup. Parking in this area is always a problem.

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★★★★☆

In a city like LA, there are a lot of choices for sushi. If you're a novice, this is not the place for you. There is a small sushi menu (typical stuff - no albacore or "special rolls") and undoubtedly the best place to sit is the sushi bar. The fish was fresh and cuts were generous lengthwise and buttery-soft. However, the place was totally deserted on a Saturday night, at 9pm. We quickly ate and then went down the street to Opus for an after dinner drink and dessert. For the quality of the fish, I felt it was overpriced ($7 for 2 pcs. of eel sushi) and the lack of ambience made us feel a bit cheated. Pros included free green tea and miso soup. Parking in this area is always a problem.

Pros: fresh fish, good service

Cons: bright lighting, no atmosphere, expensive

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They have a Course Dinner... $50 per person, which include the most premium sashimi, including toro, abalone, uni, ame ebi, mirugai and tons more... basically all of those ones that are over $10 for 2 pieces at other restaurants all in 1 course... Generous and variety of side dishes. We went w/ 7 people and as service, they gave us a whole live lobster sashimi-ed. It was great! GREAT value!

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★★★★★

They have a Course Dinner... $50 per person, which include the most premium sashimi, including toro, abalone, uni, ame ebi, mirugai and tons more... basically all of those ones that are over $10 for 2 pieces at other restaurants all in 1 course... Generous and variety of side dishes. We went w/ 7 people and as service, they gave us a whole live lobster sashimi-ed. It was great! GREAT value!

Pros: Premium sushi

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sushi, korean style. one of my fave sushi places in l.a. they bring a bunch of complimentary appetizers when you order sushi, including kim chee. i've never had to wait or make a reservation. the service is always good. their beer of choice is hite. nice presentation. free parking behind restaurant.

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★★★★★

sushi, korean style. one of my fave sushi places in l.a. they bring a bunch of complimentary appetizers when you order sushi, including kim chee. i've never had to wait or make a reservation. the service is always good. their beer of choice is hite. nice presentation. free parking behind restaurant.

Pros: easy free parking, fresh food, good service

 

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