The words “affordable omakase” bring one thing to mind in LA, but if you’re nowhere near a Sugarfish, or are able to recite the order of a Trust Me a little too quickly, Sushi Spot is another alternative. This strip mall spot doesn’t have much in the way of atmosphere, but the $45 omakase is more than enough to get you in the door. For the money, it’s a lot of food, and doesn’t just consist of the usual salmon and tuna - you might get a baked scallop, stuffed squid, or eel as well. The premium, market-price omakase isn’t enough of an upgrade to be worth the money, but if you’re looking for good value in the Valley, Sushi Spot is an excellent choice.
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