Menu includes sushi, sashimi, special rolls, hand rolls, cut rolls, Bento, appetizer, kid’s meal, soft drinks, beer-wine, & sake available
Crispy eggrolls, spicy kung pao chicken, and dim sum bites await at this Asian buffet, along with and Western ribs, steaks, and pasta
$12 for $20 worth of Japanese fare and drinks.
Rolls, nigiri, and sashimi made with fresh fish such as yellowtail and salmon await customers at this spot near The Honda center.
Enjoy handmade sushi, made with love, at two locations
$22 for $40 worth of Japanese dinner and drinks for two or more.
$17 for $30 worth of Japanese sushi, and teppanyaki cuisine for two or more.
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$12 for $20 worth of Japanese food and drinks for two .
Savory ramen paired with seared salmon rolls and spicy-tuna-topped Idaho rolls stuffed with crunchy potato fries
Amid breathtaking city views, this skyscraper-bound Zagat-Rated restaurant hosts a wide array of sushi, sashimi, and nigiri
Chefs put their skills on display as they roll up 50 kinds of sushi at a wood-topped sushi bar and dole out entrees like pork tonkatsu
During sushi-making classes, students learn how to make three different sushi rolls
Sushi made from fish that arrives fresh daily, as well as iconic Japanese staples such as charbroiled chicken teriyaki.
An authentic Parisian Chinese, Japanese, Kosher Fusion restaurant bringing fine cuisine to the middle of Los Angeles.
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Dig into juicy cuts of Black Angus beef paired with glasses of red wine, or savor fresh atlantic salmon served with a baked potato
Enjoy the various flavors of the sea with authentic sea food selections
Lengthy menu of noodle dishes, curries, and specialties such as Thai-style BBQ spare ribs
The American steakhouse institution can sate diners with surf-and-turf combos, hearty pasta bowls, and an unlimited salad bar
From the merchant: Award-winning Chinese restaurant; recently featured on Allan Borgen’s “Let’s Dine-Out” TV show
Chinese staples and regional speicalities
Protein like crab cakes, steak, salmon, chicken, and tofu can be enjoyed in styles like wraps, gyros, tacos, and salads along with sides
Communal diners dunk meats and veggies into a pot of boiling broth, producing cooked bites and a flavorful soup
Build your own bowls and wraps with fresh ingredients
American steakhouse institution satisfies diners with surf and turf combos, hearty pasta bowls, and an endless salad bar
Mesquite-grilled fish, freshly shucked oysters, live Maine lobster, filet mignon, and other American dishes served in a historic building
Steakhouse staples such as blue-cheese-stuffed filet mignon and lightly blackened ahi tuna; live entertainment six nights a week
Come for the chicken, whether you like it glatt kosher and fried or prepared in familiar Chinese dishes such as kung pao or general tso’s
Skewers of beef, chicken, pork, and fish cooked over an open mesquite fire complement sides of brazilian rice, and cheese bread
Enjoy delicious thai dishes like pad thai, yellow chicken curry, tom kha soup, and more