A meal at this high-end kaiseki spot in West Hollywood will certainly set you back (prix-fixe menus range from $80-260 per person), but if you’re good with that price point, Gozen completely delivers on its value. You’ll eat things like smoked duck with tapenade, sushi that was flown that day from Japan, and strips of Kobe beef prime chuck cooked tableside. The intimate space also only has a handful of tables to go around, making the entire experience feel like you’re dining in your own private teahouse even though you’re at a restaurant on La Cienega.
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Cento Pizzeria is a weekend pop-up inside Tartine Sycamore that’s cranking out tremendous Neapolitan pizza.
Weho Bistro is a tiny French spot in West Hollywood with decent food and a patio ideal for brunch dates.
Night + Market West Hollywood
Night + Market West Hollywood is LA’s party restaurant. A party restaurant with some of the best Thai found in town.
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Daichan is a stripmall spot on Ventura in Studio City that specializes in Japanese soul food.
Azay is a half-French, half-Japanese restaurant in Little Tokyo where you’ll find the only Japanese breakfast being served in LA proper.
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In a town that certainly knows its sushi, Sushi Park in West Hollywood is operating on a completely different level.
One of our favorite sushi spots in LA, where any level sushi eater can walk away thrilled.
Kensho is a tiny Japanese restaurant on the grounds of Yamashiro in Hollywood, and one of LA’s most personal dining experiences.
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