It can be regarded as a cut-and-cooked dish in Japanese ingredients. The main thing is the face-to-face production of the chef and the customer. I can still experience the feeling of communicating with the chef. The language barrier is a pity, and the chef really does not understand Japanese English.
The restaurant was established before World War I and originally served as a collection of Asian art. From the original private mansion to today's Asian fusion restaurant and event venue, its history can be said to be a wonderful scene in this "blockbuster" Hollywood.
Los Angeles introduces kappo cuisine restaurants. They do not provide menus. It depends on the ingredients of the day and the chef decides how to prepare them, but they are basically top and precious ingredients such as truffles, wagyu beef, foie gras, king crab, Toro, caviar, etc. There are seasonal Japanese delicacies such as Baizi. The cuisine is very simple, and they are all for diners to enjoy the original flavor of the ingredients. The only thing you need to pay attention to is that the cholesterol and protein will be exceeded after eating, and diners with health problems must pay attention.
We booked Yamakase on the Internet. It was a little unexpected that the store was smaller than we thought. The store has only ten seats and will open after 7 o'clock. It is said to be called the most stylish Japanese food in Los Angeles. Here you can bring your own wine, so we brought a bottle of wine in advance. The environment here is very clean, because they are all invited to come, so there are a dozen customers inside, very quiet, the bar table is brown and gray, so that the dishes and sushi are more prominent. Generally speaking, there are 1 or 2 waiters to serve you, which is pretty good. The sushi I eat here is definitely hard to forget, no matter in terms of presentation or taste, it is impeccable. But a meal costs about $250. Although it is expensive, it is directly proportional to his service and food.