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Guests enjoy fresh-cut sushi as well as hot pot dishes of kobe beef or rib-eye

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KariTOP REVIEWER
19 ratings13 reviews3 photos
August 13, 2019
Very good sushi. I will be back!
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Jessica
4 ratings1 reviews
June 1, 2019
I love going to Cho Oishi! The staff is super friendly and attentive! Smith is awesome!
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Marie
2 ratings2 reviews
May 30, 2019
The drinks were great
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George
1 ratings1 reviews
May 27, 2019
Nice place
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Dana
7 ratings1 reviews
May 15, 2019
Great service, good prices
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JonathanTOP REVIEWER
22 ratings8 reviews
January 6, 2019
I love it
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JonathanTOP REVIEWER
22 ratings8 reviews
November 24, 2018
Good food . Smith is the best!!!!
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Robert
2 ratings1 reviews
November 20, 2018
They’re ALWAYS amazing! Come ere often, always consistent!
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About Cho Oishi

At Cho Oishi, chefs bring the tastes of Japan to the west coast. From behind the open kitchen they assemble delicate pieces of clam or sea urchin sashimi. They arrange palters of dragon and spider rolls intricately interlaid, with crispy bits of shrimp and crab peeking out at rows' ends. The chefs take a break when guests order shabu shabu, the classic Japanese hotpots. After cutting slices of prime rib-eye or kobe wagyu beef, the chefs leave the rest to the guests as they cook their meal in simmering bowls of broth at table-top grills.