Tucked between a jeweler and a taco shop in a weird shopping-center cul-de-sac, Irori has long been Marina del Rey’s best-kept secret. Well, the secret’s out: From their massive $14.50 bento box lunch to their 12-piece omakase (for $51), this is one of the best bang-for-your-buck meals on the Westside. The fish is always high-quality and the rolls are creative (get the blue crab and salmon roll with truffle), plus, they make you remove your shoes when you enter, if you’re looking for a little bit of tradition, too.
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The Cheesecake Factory
If you’re going to eat at The Cheesecake Factory in LA, you might as well eat at the phone with its own beach on a lagoon in Marina Del Rey.
The Warehouse Restaurant
Marina Del Rey has a lot of strange restaurants. The Warehouse, with its kitschy nautical vibe and rowdy crowd, is the strangest.
J. Nichols Kitchen
J. Nichols Kitchen in Marina del Rey is the kind of good-at-everything spot every neighborhood needs.
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A new Japanese spot in Koreatown, Iki Ramen serves hand rolls and a variety of excellent ramen.
Umeda is a Japanese spot run by a former Nobu chef whose unique food makes up for very hefty prices.
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