favorite sushi, creative food, not huge menu, delicious spicy tuna, friendly people, great waiter, love rice cake
Frill-free sushi restaurant boasts extensive sashimi selection and traditional Japanese menu..
This single-room sushi bar named after L.A.'s iconic freeway it attracts a loyal following of NoHo hipsters and homebound studio workers. With no more than six tables and a well-attended sushi bar, the airy space boasts a neighborly vibe for casual dinners and convenient take-away orders. The menu features standard nigiri choices like salmon and albacore, as well as specialty selections of toro and hamachi. Non-fish eaters enjoy izore steak, barbecued pork loin and teriyaki beef followed by rice cake and ice cream desserts.
Best sushi in LA. Simply the best sushi and best service anywhere in LA, and I've been to them all from Katsuya and Sushi Mac to Sushi Roku and Matsuhisa, and dozens in between. From the outside, you would never think that Sushi 101 is anything special. It's just in a tiny strip mall in North Hollywood. But the food is more than I ever expected. They don't have a huge menu, but everything I've ordered there has been delicious.
Yummy sushi!. Great place, great sushi, friendly neighborhood atmosphere... Love the ishiaki and the spicey tuna rice cake thingy!! Great for a mellow night with friends or a date. Clean and basic, no bells or whistles, just great food.
My favorite sushi. The place is small, but quaint. The people are friendly and the service is great. I have been goiung here for years and the food is fresh and creative. Try the ishiaki (cook your own meat on a very hot rock!) and the spicy tuna (the smooth texture and flavor is delicious, yes, it is a little pricey but it is worth it to me. I also love the rice cake with tuna and fried onions! Yoshi is a great waiter...he always remembers you and what you like! try it!!
Pricey, But Decent. Basic sushi, but it's good and fresh! Not much of a selection as far as rolls go, and sushi was $4 and up for a plate (of only two pieces). Very average. I would rather go to Sushi Mac where it's 2.50 a plate and you get bigger, tasyier pieces of salmon. Regardless, I'm glad I tried it.
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