Unlike marshmallows and jugglers, sushi is best when not on fire. Avoid flame-reliant eats with this Groupon.
Choose Between Four Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Japanese dinner and drinks, valid Friday and Saturday
- $40 for $80 worth of Japanese dinner and drinks for four or more, valid Friday and Saturday
- $20 for $40 worth of Japanese dinner and drinks, valid Sunday through Thursday
- $40 for $80 worth of Japanese dinner and drinks for four or more, valid Sunday through Thursday
The menu includes numerous specialty rolls, such as the L.A. Kings roll with snow crab, baked salmon, and spicy mayo ($15.50)—a portion of the proceeds from this roll go to the Kings Care Foundation. Entrees include sesame-crusted ahi with habanero-citrus sauce and wasabi crème fraîche ($20). At the bar, crushed strawberries, lemon juice, sake, and St. Germain elderflower liqueur muddle in the Bruce Lee-monade ($11).
Rok Sushi Kitchen
Deemed one of the best spots in Los Angeles by Saturday Night Magazine, Rok Sushi Kitchen unites chefs who wrap more than 50 specialty rolls with a kitchen that cooks an array of Japanese fusion dishes. Inside a lofted dining room, minimalist decor glows with golden and brown tones, and warm lamps cut through the dark without help from the flashlight Mom tucked into a maki roll "just in case." Framed by shelves stocked with a multitude of bottles, the bar's deft mixologists synthesize cocktails that blend freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices with sake and other spirits. Bruce Lee stands frozen in time inside a pop-art portrait above the sushi bar, and Hermosa Pier beckons mere footsteps or cartwheels from the front door.
What some people are buzzing about:
82% of 1,362 customers recommend
“Make sure you go to the sushi bar and ask for beto to be your chef he isso cool..he knows whats good to eat there..i love the service and food..delicious ”
“Excellent food, great value, will definitely visit again! ”
“Great service great place ”