521 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA | Directions 9004834.080816 -118.376725
Lunch: Monday - Friday, 12:00pm - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday, 6:00pm - 10:30pm; Friday & Saturday, 6:00pm - 2:00am
Neighborhoods: West Hollywood, Central LA
BEST SOBA – MY JAPANESE FRIEND TOLD ME SOBA NOODLE IS VERY LOW CARB FOOD AND HAVE LOTS OF FIVER.
I ALWAYS ENJOY SOBA NOODLE WITH TEMPURA.
THEIR TEMPURA IS VERY CRISPY AND SOUP IS FLAVORFUL.
I LOVE UDON! – get there early or be prepared to wait. its worth the wait though. this is hands down on of the best udon places in los angeles. good variety. if you like hot soba, their duck with hot soba is great for a cold la night. attention to detail in every dish and attentive and service.
Sushi at Yabu is GOOOOOOD..... – It's not a scene, it's kind of hidden away with a beautiful and serene patio for when it's nice and warm outside...and the sushi is very fresh and very good..and not expensive! It's every bit as good as Wa further up on North La Cienega, and less pricey. The staff is super nice and the place has a warm, homey, almost romantic vibe. I'd go there with a friend or a lover...but not necessarily to impress some flush business clients.
Excellent Quality Food – Yabu is a small place that serves delicious authentic Japanese sushi. There are so many sushi places that have popped up around town, but Yabu continues to provide great tasting food. Typically, toro is the only sushi that will literally melt in your mouth. At Yabu, the yellowtail has the same results. Make sure to enjoy their outdoor patio for seating with a little fresh air. Although the seating is tight, the earth tones and overall balance are very impressive. A very nice place for a quick bite during the day, or a 2nd date get to know you a little more type of place. RED BUTLER - Concierge & Personal Assistant - www:RedButler:com
A hip setting for creatively twisted, mix-and-match Japanese favorites. – In Short
Wood and glass provide clean lines, bringing to mind an ancient Japanese roadhouse. Offering a wide variety of traditional dishes, the mostly a la carte menu encourages diners to mix, match and share. Appetizers include miso soup tarted up with clams and scallions, and tender miso-fried eggplant. Juicy shrimp shu mai (shrimp dumplings) come steamed in a nest of noodles. Fried meats and vegetables, donburi rice bowls, sushi combos, and noodle specialties complete the menu.
yabu dabu doo – yabu was a great dining experience. The back pation was kind of rain forest-esque with lots of foliage and bamboo--a serene place to enjoy good food. I had different sushi's and sashimi's-excellent, and my girlfriend had a Noodle Bowl. You can tell the difference with fresh noodles, and Yabu does a great job.
always good – Yabu is always a great experience. I love the bamboo garden in the back. I wouldn't go there for the Sushi but the rice bowls are amazing!
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