There is a specially high-end Japanese restaurant in Los Angeles called Urasawa, and their environment is really elegant, even with a Chinese feel.
Is the fish fresh? Yep. Can you get varieties here that are not widely available? Sure can. Is the A5 Waygu tasty? Indeed. Are there hundreds of restaurants around the world with more inventive food that is tastier and served in a better environment? Absolutely. Urasawa, like the Ginza Sushi-Ko before it (now Masa''s in NYC Columbus Circle) is great Japanese. But great Japanese is roughly the equivalent of 1 Michelin star French at 10x the price. So, if you want to go, don''t whine about the cost - enjoy the experience once or don''t bother.
It's not a well-known restaurant in Los Angeles, but recently it has become popular due to the Internet celebrity sushi. Aside from the fact that this gimmick is bigger than the actual thing, it is actually very good when it comes to ordinary Japanese ingredients.
This store has two Michelin stars and the main specialty is puffer fish. Coming here is definitely to taste the puffer fish here. Burning puffer fish, the meat of the puffer fish is very fresh, it tastes very tender, and the taste of the soup is also very good, and he is completely intoxicated by it. The puffer fish sashimi has a translucent appearance and is very eye-catching. The most important thing is the sauce here. It is carefully dense and has a refreshing taste and no odor. Dip it in this sauce. The tenderness of the puffer fish itself is a pleasure and it is very delicious. The wine night market here is very authentic, sweet and refreshing, sweet and slightly bitter, intriguing, it is a good product in wine. The consumption of this shop is a bit high, but it is still worth a try. You will not be disappointed.
This Japanese restaurant is located on North Rodeo Street in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. It is an elegantly decorated restaurant. Due to the pursuit of high taste, the restaurant only accepts guests with advance reservations. The selection of Japanese materials here is very strict, and many of them are directly shipped by air from Japan. Restaurants are more expensive, and here is more to enjoy an atmosphere.