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Sushizo



9824 National Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034

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(310) 842-3977

  • Sun - Closed;
  • Mon - Fri 12:00pm - 9:30pm
  • Sat 5:30pm - 9:30pm

Cuisine: Bars, Sushi Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 24 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • Murat BirgulEverybody around me told that this Place is great! For me I'll say just OK..

    33333 by Murat Birgul


  • Chefs Feed"Every time I go here for lunch with my team, we are blown away by the quality of the fish, as well as how perfect the rice is." Chef Joseph Elevado

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Max SJust show up (with reservation), order a beer/sake, and enjoy 2.5 hours of omakase.

    33333 by Max S


  • WEI W.Comparable with Sushi Nakazawa in NYC. Both the best Sushi I've ever had

    55555 by WEI W.


  • Justin DeanPay respect to tradition; eat the nigiri with you hands. They may serve you more than the fixed menu — they did for us.

    33333 by Justin Dean


  • trontrontron GLook no further, best sushi restaurant in LA. (That I've tried) Just wonderfull.

    55555 by trontrontron G


  • Abu Aya aka KDMy favourite sushi spot in LA

    55555 by Abu Aya aka KD


  • Akiko I.They have a course only - gives u 22 different dishes including sushi n appetizers. Unbelievable fish quality n many from Japan. One of the best in LA!! Try!

    55555 by Akiko I.


  • DailyCandyAuthentic, thoughtfully prepared sushi served the way it’s meant to: spiced or sauced according to the fish and cut (oyster with ponzu, black snapper with truffle salt, halibut with salt and lemon).

    55555 by DailyCandy


  • EaterSushi Zo might be simple, spartan, and minimal in decor, but the pristine fish served as sashimi and nigiri is anything but. The prices can ratchet up with rare and unique cuts of fish.

    55555 by Eater


  • Abu Aya aka KDGo with the knowledge that every bite being something better than the last, dont question just enjoy the best that LA has to offer...

    55555 by Abu Aya aka KD


  • Nora A.Don't get confused by the strip mall location. Most amazing Sushi. Probably one of the best in the country.

    55555 by Nora A.


  • Gloria C.come for sweet shrimp, spanish mackerel, blue crab hand roll, monkfish liver!!!!

    55555 by Gloria C.


  • David H.nothing bougie bout this place except for the the check - great sashimi/sushi tho

    33333 by David H.


  • ElliottBe ready to break the bank for the best purist sushi omakase in town. Make an early reservation to enjoy everything Keizo-san has to offer. They do run out of fish as the night progresses!

    55555 by Elliott


  • Omer G.Try the Seared Butterfish Nigiri - Served w/ fantastic sauce.Excellent sushi! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Omer G.


  • AlexandraOne of the top 4 spots to have Omakase. Not much in the way of ambiance but a damn fine selection of quality fish.

    55555 by Alexandra


  • Julie U.The best sushi in LA, period. Eat every bite slowly - you won't regret it...

    55555 by Julie U.


  • EaterHigh quality sushi capatalizing on that whole umami taste bud thriller thing, slightly more experimental than other hard core sushi spots. All together now, We'll have the omakase. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • The Salup GroupSome of the best Sushi in LA. Let the chef do his thing, and order the Omakase (Chef's Choice)

    55555 by The Salup Group


  • nelehelenDelicious sushi! One of the best sushi rests in the city. Omakase is a must. If you order a la carte, golden eye snapper, mirugai, sweet shrimp and blue crab handroll are a must!

    55555 by nelehelen


  • Arlene B.Sushi Chef Keizo is a rockstar. Go for the Omakase (Chef’s choice) & eat whatever is brought to you, however you are told to eat it. Absolutely excellent & unique. Totally worth denting your wallet.

    55555 by Arlene B.


  • Jamie B.Best Sushi in town. "No soy sauce!"

    55555 by Jamie B.


  • MichaelGo to Sushi Zo, bring a fat wallet and have a blue crab roll

    55555 by Michael


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