Citysearch Editorial Review.
Hidden in a nondescript strip mall south of the touristy Hollywood and Highland complex is where you'll find this hole-in-the-wall sushi joint offering some great bargains. It may not be traditionally Zen, but the giant rolls and all-you-can-eat specials display a bit of Hollywood razzle dazzle. The 12-seat L-shaped wooden sushi bar dominates the tiny room, but couples and small groups of neighborhood locals linger over half a dozen tables. It’s cheerful with touches of orange polished concrete, vintage posters and pop music. Standard sushi and sashimi choices are offered and the menu boasts a daunting array of 30 sushi rolls (all priced under $13). These include a baby baked lobster roll, spider roll, Hawaiian roll, super dragon roll and rainbow roll. Sushi and sashimi combos are mostly under $20, and lunch bento boxes stay under the $12 mark.