What $265 Gets You at a Michelin Star Sushi Omakase Restaurant in Los Angeles
Looking for the best sushi in Los Angeles? Rockstar Eater begins this 10-Part Sushi series covering the best and most unique sushi restaurants in LA! Los Angeles is the land of sushi. It is known for having some of the best sushi outside of Japan, since Los Angeles was the starting point for sushi’s popularity in Los Angeles. The tour begins with Sushi Zo in Culver City. This restaurant is one of the best sushi restaurants in Los Angeles. It is a Michelin-star sushi restaurant that specializes in omakase – a 20 plus course sushi meal priced at $265 per person. It is expensive sushi, and one of the best fine dining sushi in Los Angeles, in which you will get exciting chef’s choice sushi when you dine in. This restaurant also has a location in Downtown LA, as well as in New York, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Japan.
At Sushi Nishi-ya last weekend to fix the sushi cravings. On the table: red snapper, toro tuna, blue fin tuna, kampachi, yellow fin tuna, uni, oysters, scallops, Spanish mackerel and halibut. Tea for me, iced green tea for Josh and sapporo for the husband.
The Best Omakase Sushi Meal in Newport Beach
Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) visits what some people call the best sushi restaurant in Newport Beach, at San Shi Go restaurant! San Shi Go is one of the top restaurants on Balboa Island, and specializes in sushi omakase, which is course sushi meal based on the freshest catches of the day. Steve eats a 21-piece course meal, along with some great entrees like Chilean seabass and teriyaki beef at this beachside sushi restaurant. San Shi Go Sushi: <a href="https://www.sanshigonb.com">https://www.sanshigonb.com</a>/