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From a menu composed largely of specialty maki, the chefs of Umi Sushi craft more than 40 types of rolls that serve as tasty pairings to hot entrees and more than a dozen colorful appetizers. Diners can kick off meals with plates of crisp agedashi tofu and ponzu sauce, moving on to special rolls lined with barbecue short ribs or spicy crab and tuna. Meals can be complemented with sips of hot sake from the bar or cold, imported beer.

30819 E Thousand Oaks Blvd
Westlake Village,
CA
US

For the freshest fish and the tastiest rolls, check out Little Brother Sushi in Los Angeles' Woodland Hills neighborhood. Health nuts will also appreciate the lighter fare on the menu, including a few gluten-free options. Little Brother Sushi's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal.

Call ahead for reservations to ensure your table is waiting for you when you arrive. Jeans are just right for a meal at Little Brother Sushi, which embraces a casual vibe. Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Little Brother Sushi offers catering. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Little Brother Sushi's cooking from the comfort of their own home.

Find a space on the street or park in the lot not far from the sushi spot.

Meals at Little Brother Sushi are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person.

22140 Ventura Boulevard
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Grab a seat and dig in! Asaka Sushi and Grill in Los Angeles offers tasty eats everyone will enjoy. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Families will feel right at home at Asaka Sushi and Grill with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. For comfortable outdoor service, Asaka Sushi and Grill sets up a seasonal patio.

Be sure to make reservations so you can get seated right away. Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back Asaka Sushi and Grill is come-as-you-are. If time is of the essence, Asaka Sushi and Grill's take-out option may be a better fit.

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There's no need to bust your budget at Asaka Sushi and Grill, with affordable prices that almost always stay under $15.

6020 Canoga Avenue
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Behind the modest, wooden sushi bar of Momoya, chefs prepare more than 30 sushi rolls to send out to waiting tables. You might try the Tiger Lady, a mix of shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, cucumber, and eel sauce. Or the Lion Man—same deal, but with salmon tempura. Kiss, Volcano, To Die For. The list goes on, and it's full of crabmeat, baby lobster, black cod, and a whole lot more. Sprinkled among all these rolls are hot apps such as edamame and baked yellowtail collar. Lunch and dinner combos—served with miso soup, salad, and rice—let you pair up your favorites from a selection of teriyaki, tempura, and katsu dishes.

2868 Cochran St
Simi Valley,
CA
US

Across from the curving, 22-seat sushi bar, low-lit tables fill with platters of sushi flown in from across the globe. Outside, the beer garden buzzes beneath the glow of red paper lanterns, and cocktails, beer, and a selection of imported sakes flow freely. Three private dining rooms accommodate as many as 200 guests, and chefs craft an extensive menu of poultry and seafood dishes over a traditional robata grill. Sushi, sashimi, and hand rolls come together behind the sleek sushi bar, rolling up with cool slices of fresh fish into edible eight-piece cylinders.

395 Santa Monica Place
Santa Monica,
CA
US

Gonpachi fashions its menu of authentic Japanese fare and Edomae (Tokyo-style) sushi from locally sourced ingredients, as well as authentic foodstuffs purchased from Tokyo's Tsukiji Market. Gonpachi hand-pounds its soba noodles daily from buckwheat flour threshed and milled on the premises. These freshly noodled noodles can then be served chilled with a dipping sauce as seiro ($8) or in a hot broth as kake soba ($8–$9). Gonpachi in Beverly Hills also practices the slow-cooking robata-style, preparing delicacies such as Chilean sea bass ($6) and bacon-wrapped cherry tomatoes ($3) over the gentle firelight of a traditional oak-charcoal pyramid. On the other end of the cooked spectrum, sushi fans can trap spicy tuna rolls ($5) between the bamboo chopsticks in their hands or the insect pincers on their faces. Chopsticks also protect hands from the flavor explosion of the dynamite roll ($16).

1212 3rd Street Promenade
Santa Monica,
CA
US