97 "Sushi" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Q Sushi is a traditional, fancy, and extremely expensive place for omakase sushi in DTLA.
Kinkan, a pandemic-born pop-up has transformed into a half-Japanese, half-Thai restaurant in Virgil Village with an excellent omakase.
At $400 per person, Sushi Ginza Onodera is one of the most expensive dining experiences in LA. It’s also a very memorable one.
What The Fish Sushi has a cringeworthy name, but the Silver Lake restaurant serves some solid seafood.
Edobox is a great date spot on Main Street in Santa Monica that specializes in bento boxes and sushi.
Naughty Vegan Panda is a plant-based spot in Pasadena serving things like sushi, katsu, and teriyaki bowls.
Sushi Kaneyoshi is a high-end sushi bar hidden in the basement of an office building in Little Tokyo,
Morihiro is an expensive new sushi spot in Atwater Village with great omakase options.
Marukai Market is a one-stop-shop for any Japanese groceries, snacks, and sushi that won’t make you sad.
Sushi Tama in Beverly Hills is home to some of the most fresh and affordable fish in the neighborhood.
Yume Sushi Bar is home to some of our favorite new sushi in the The Valley.
Ichijiku is a neighborhood sushi bar in Highland Park and a great spot for all levels of sushi eaters.
Despite its clubby interior, you’re not going to be mad about a meal at Katsuya Brentwood - especially if you get the tuna and crispy rice.