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Sushi Park
Sushi Restaurant$$$
Today 6:00 – 9:30 pm
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8539 Sunset Blvd #20 West Hollywood, CA 90069
8539 Sunset Boulevard #20USCaliforniaWest Hollywood90069
(310) 652-0523
$$$Sushi RestaurantToday 6:00 – 9:30 pm
Monday 12:00 – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 9:30 pmTuesday 12:00 – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 9:30 pmWednesday 12:00 – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 9:30 pmThursday 12:00 – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 9:30 pmFriday 12:00 – 2:00 pm, 6:00 – 9:30 pmSaturday 6:00 – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Unassuming joint on the 2nd floor of a strip mall serving omakase (chef's choice) Japanese sushi.- Google
"It was the low-key, authentic sushi bar feel like you were sitting in roppongi."
"This is not the place for spicy tuna and C-rolls."
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Stephen Tatasciore
a month ago
Wish I could have given the place 6 ✨. The absolute best sushi 🍣 I've had in Cali period & maybe the US. Absolutely loved every piece I had! Highly recommended!
Michael Busbee
3 months ago
Best in SoCal by far!!!
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Badis Basswell
a year ago
Must try place for japanese. food lover. The spicy tuna is spectacular. Excellent food. Good service
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Marvin Chow
2 years ago
i've lived overseas in tokyo for 4 years so have a decent bar for sushi and sushi park did not disappoint. it was the low-key, authentic sushi bar feel like you were sitting in roppongi. the sushi is very authentic and comes in waves that the chefs prepares - not that you order. we had about 7 plates and it was all delicious - lots of tuna, eel, shrimp and lots of other tasty rawness.
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Mark Charlinski
8 months ago
Don't let the location, on the second floor of a strip mall, scare you away as you will miss out on a phenomenal sushi place. Sit at the bar and have the chef choice, you will not be disappointed. Not only is the sushi super fresh but it is presented in a way I have only seen in Tokyo before, essentially already seasoned the "right" way so you don't have to do anything but eat. If you like California rolls and drenching you sushi in soy sauce, this is not your place. It is not cheap, but it is definitely worth it.
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Kimberly Warner
a year ago
The omakase is omg! Such an incredibly fresh, wide range of fish. The chefs and servers were all very nice. The sake selection, while limited, was also quite good. I can't, however say that it was the best sushi restaurant I've ever been too, because of one fatal flaw: the location and decor. Granted, this is probably what makes it possible to actually get a seat here, but... I do have to say, that it's not a great date night. Better with friends. And yes, as others have stated, it is pricey. But you get what you pay for. Great fish. And at the end of the day, that's what's most important. P.S. Do NOT go hear if you are not a hardcore sushi lover. This is not the place for spicy tuna and C-rolls. That's Roku.
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Alex Shin
a year ago
Nothing compares to the omakase. Everything is fresh. Plus, the chefs are super nice and friendly. Kanpai!
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Curtis Stone
2 years ago
Sushi Park is the unsung hero of L.A.’s restaurant scene. Located on the second floor of a strip mall on Sunset Blvd, Sushi Park doesn’t look like the place with the best sushi in town, but it is. Everything that comes out of the kitchen is incredible. The seafood absolutely melts in your mouth. Just beware, you won’t find any California rolls or spicy tuna rolls at this hardcore sashmi/nigiri place. Get adventurous and take a seat at the sushi bar for omakase, the chef’s tasting menu. For $80, you’ll be treated to course after course of the softest, most buttery seafood you’ve ever eaten and, if you’re lucky, the blue crab hand roll.
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