great sushi, recommend great value, huge servings, great service, reasonable prices, big portions, all awesome food
Great, central location in WeHo, next to Barney's Beanery. This is much more of a Japanese-fusion eatery than a serious sushi spot. The big thing here is a wild selection of unique rolls, plus combo dinners. Delivery is available within three miles.
Best Sushi in LA!. In a city full of outstanding sushi restaurants, Niko Niko stands out. The service is awesome, the price is incredibly reasonable, the menu is vast, the portions are huge and most importantly the sushi is spectacular. This place never misses. There are many sushi venues that offer big prices for small portions. Niko Niko is the total opposite. The BEST!
Good prices...better for lunch. Agreed, good food at good prices....definitely not where to go for GREAT sushi! Better for lunch.
AWESOME SUSHI!!!. My sister took us here last Friday. The drive was a bit tough since we live in San Gabriel Valley but it was well worth it. The food were all awesome and the service is great. I will definitely go back again!
good portions. Good place for good size lunch. Nice of them to give free edamame before meal and free green tea ice cream after the meal. Food is average quality. If you are looking for high quality fish, this is not the place for you.
Great Value, Great sushi. I enjoyed eating here as I was the service was promptly, portions of sushi were big, and the prices were reasonable. Upon being seated, the waitress gave us free edamame. I also got a free dish compliments of the chef. The servings of sushi are huge! Great value and I would recommend for a good meal. Not too romantic, but it was a really good meal.
Nice place for pop-in Sushi. The staff here is really nice and do all they can to make your visit pleasant. Mostly Sushi rolls on the menu, some quite inventive. Food is good. Waitress brought us a little something extra to try. Great place for take out. Dining area is small as described, and the entrance leaves something to be desired. In my humble opinion this is one of those "Gets-the-job-done" Sushi spots.
Citysearch Editorial Review. The narrow dining area has a vague, Zen-like ambiance produced by muted swirl of Van Gogh-colors and bamboo accents. A dark, wood bar runs along one side, lined with 14 chairs standing below and lanterns and a TV hanging above. On the other, neatly spaced tables are set with chopsticks and white-linen napkins. An expansive menu includes barbecue beef shortribs, tofu steak and the Nikko, a rice-less, sauce-drenched tempura roll filled with salmon, white fish, crab, shrimp and asparagus.
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