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Finding good sushi means leaving Japan Center mall...
South of the pier and born again in landmark quality digs, Nobu Malibu is a cavernous, modern wood chalet with a long sushi bar on the back wall and a dining room that spills onto a patio overlooking the swirling sea...
If you are partial to Japanese noodles, follow your nose to this funky Little Tokyo diner. You can smell the scallions and bubbling broth from the sidewalk, where many line up to grab a red vinyl booth or bar stool...
In their tiny original location on 24th St, diners cram in cheek-to-jowl, but this newer Midtown location offers elbow room and the same amazing housemade noodles...
The perfect retro lunch counter cheerfully serves an old-school egg-salad sandwich or pastrami for $5, but the real draw is the $1...
Stuck in a cramped and otherwise nondescript, split-level minimall that's easy to miss, is one of the best-kept secrets among LA’s sushi aficionados...
This intimate sushi bar bustles at lunch. They do a wonderful snapper sushi and a tasty toro hand roll for just $9...
Many Bay Area residents claim this place is the best sushi spot around. If you didn't reserve ahead, the wine and sake bar next door eases the pain of the long wait for a table.
Asanebo is a Michelin-star stand out thanks to dishes such as halibut sashimi with fresh truffle, and kanpachi with miso and serrano chilies.
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