Sushi Kiyono 255 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90212 At Sushi Kiyono, the wide sushi bar is complemented by two skylights that provide a downpour of sunlight throughout the…More day. The warm and friendly staff provides excellent service, and the chefs prepare your sushi in front of you at the elegant open bar. You'll find an inviting atmosphere and many return customers when you visit Sushi Kiyono, which is located on South Beverly Drive, between Gregory Way and Charleville Boulevard.
U-Sushi 168 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Founded by Jeremy Umland, U-Sushi is a unique Japanese restuarant with locations in San Francisco and Beverly Hills.…More Open for lunch and dinner daily, the restaurant allows customers to design their own professionally-rolled sushi rolls with a selection of over 40 ingredients. U-Sushi also serves soups, salads, sides and desserts. Visit the U-Sushi website to view a complete menu.
Asakuma Sushi Delivery 141 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Asakuma Sushi Delivery is exactly that: a take-out only eatery that will deliver sushi and other traditional Japanese…More offerings to your door. Customers are also welcome to pick up their orders, which may be placed by phone or fax, or online at the Akasuma website. Limited outdoor seating is also available for those who can't wait to dig in.
Sushi Dokoro Ki Ra La 9777 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90210 Sushi Dokoro Ki Ra La, which has won awards from Los Angeles magazinefor its sushi, offers a…More small, intimate setting where guests can relax and enjoy some elegant sashimi or carpaccio. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of light, creating a relaxed dining environment.
California Roll Factory 9174 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90212 The small California Roll Factory offers fresh, handmade sushi with fast food-style service. There are a few small…More tables for eating in, but most customers order for take-out or delivery. The restaurant also has a catering menu which features large platters of its sushi rolls for parties, special events and office gatherings.
Bond Street Beverly Hills 9360 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Gourmet sushi and Japanese cuisine reigns supreme at Bond Street Beverly Hills. This elegant lounge is situated on the…More street level of the Thompson Hotel, providing a conveniently located spot that will also validate parking for the adjacent valet service. The head chef has studied culinary arts extensively in Japan, and it shows in his delicious sushi rolls, sashimi and hot and cold Japanese specialty dishes. Even those who don't like Japanese food will find something on the menu for lunch, or even breakfast—Bond Street makes great egg dishes and French toast. This sushi restaurant, with other locations in New York and Miami, is also excellent for group outings and celebrations. The hotel atmosphere is refined but comfortable, and the full bar is well stocked and staffed.
Sushi & Kushi IMAI 8300 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Sushi & Kushi IMAI aims to create the perfect setting for savoring sake, whether you are a novice or a connoisseur.…More An extensive sushi and kushi list with descriptions will help you make a selection, but for a more narrated experience, request more information from your server. You can also choose to sample a new menu item or receive a recommendation on wine and food pairings. A carefully selected wine list complements the menu, and wines are available by the bottle or glass. A mixologist was consulted to concoct unique cocktails for the restaurant's menu, so the specialty drinks are well worth trying. If cocktails aren't your thing, a selection of imported and domestic beers is also offered.
Crazy Fish Japanese Restaurant 9105 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90212 This restaurant serves sushi, sashimi and Japanese entrées prepared with a fresh, fun style. The owner, Yumiko…More Nagato, is often working behind the sushi bar himself, preparing attractive dishes below his display of LA Marathon medals. Sushi and sashimi choices include traditional combinations and rolls, along with specialties like cajun sashimi, garlic sashimi and Oy Vey salmon sashimi. The menu also includes plenty of non-sushi options, including tempura, teriyaki, noodles, sukiyaki and salads. All shellfish is cooked separately from other fish to accommodate allergies, and for healthy diners or those with dietary restrictions, brown rice and soy paper can be substituted for white rice and seaweed. Please note that there is a 10 percent service charge applied to take-out orders, and a $15 minimum is required for credit cards. Signs on the wall remind customers to order carefully and to check their orders, as no refunds or exchanges are permitted.
Yu-N-Mi 9475 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90210 A fun Japanese sushi restaurant located just east of Rodeo Drive, Yu-N-Mi is in a prime location to cater to all of the…More busy shoppers in downtown Beverly Hills. The restaurant features a giant blackboard displaying the full menu, including specials, and plenty of indoor seating for its guests. The staff highly recommends trying the SSC Rolls if you are in the mood for an innovative sushi dish.
Tiger 340 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 Tiger restaurant offers much more than just the Japanese specialty rolls for which it's named. The eatery offers…More inexpensive daily lunch specials, and its menu includes plenty of non-sushi options, including steaks, chicken, salads and tempura. Reservations are suggested but not required.
Hokusai 8400 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Offering much more than just sushi, Hokusai offers Japanese entrées, salads and a wide variety of soups. The…More restaurant also offers a special all-day menu of discounted combinations and a bento box special for take-out. Hokusai accepts phone, fax and online orders, and the full menu is available on the Hokusai website.
Miru8691 9162 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Miru8691 offers fun Japanese fusion cuisine in a chic, contemporary space decorated with faux Louis Vuitton patterns.…More This local sushi hot spot is located within a small strip of shops, with plenty of free parking available in a nearby lot.
LA Food Show 252 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 This concept restaurant from the creators of California Pizza Kitchen provides customers with a variety of dining…More options, including sushi from Japan, tacos from Mexico and other global cuisines found in Los Angeles. The restaurant offers a full bar and outdoor seating, in addition to delivery and catering services.
Cafe Modigliani 430 N Roxbury Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 This small café serves local office workers and residents a varied breakfast and lunch menu and a range of…More beverages, including coffee drinks, bubble tea, fresh juices and smoothies. Salads, fresh sushi, sandwiches, fresh healthy wraps and teriyaki plates are among the eatery's many offerings, along with lunch specials that change on a daily basis.
Whole Foods Beverly Hills 239 N Crescent Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 Every town has a favorite neighborhood market. This Whole Foods locale is the choice market of Beverly Hills. The Whole…More Foods chain started out 30 years ago as an idea to connect the market with the farm. The first market opened in Austin, Texas and has since grown into the first nationally-certified organic grocer with over 270 locations. Here you will find the freshest quality, all-natural and organic products. It has an in-house bakery, deli, health care, grocer, fish, meat and poultry departments. It has a prepared food bar that is quite popular with locals who stop in for a tasty dining option. It also has an in-house sushi bar that prepares sushi rolls to order. The cheese and wine sections boast some of the freshest ingredients and Artisan products from all over the world. There is a free underground parking lot which has a curbside pick-up option where attendants will load your parcels into the car.
San Sai Japanese Grill 281 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90212 San Sai Japanese Grill has many locations throughout Southern California, including this one on South Beverly Drive in…More Beverly Hills. The restaurant chain prides itself on providing customers with fresh food and fast service, with a menu that includes seafood, sushi, steaks, salads and other Japanese specialties. All food is prepared without the use of preservatives or MSG. Party trays are also available and can be specialized to suit the customer's needs, but may require 24 to 48 hours of notice.
There is no shortage of fine Japanese restaurants in Los Angeles, but Urasawa may very well be the best. There are…More only 10 seats at the sushi bar, where guests are fed by culinary master Chef Hiroyuki Urasawa. The restaurant is exclusive and tucked away on the second floor of One Rodeo, the small shopping complex at the end of Rodeo Drive. Reservations are a must at Urasawa, which is one of the most expensive restaurants in the state.
Kiyokawa 265 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Offering fresh, organically grown dishes, Kiyokawa prides itself on being eco-friendly and health-conscious so that…More customers can enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine without the guilt. The restaurant's menu demonstrates a unique take on traditional Japanese fare, offering innovative, contemporary dishes alongside sushi and other favorites. With a bright and inviting atmosphere, Kiyokawa is a great place to stop for a quick lunch or a leisurely dinner.
GonPachi 134 N la Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 GonPachi, a large and modern Japanese restaurant, opened in 2008 has won over many diners with its extensive selection…More of delicious menu items. The restaurant boasts both a very large indoor floor plan and a beautiful outdoor dining area, with a capacity to seat more than 280 guests at a time. GonPachi specializes in sushi, sumiyaki and soba dishes that are prepared fresh by the restaurant's amazing chefs. It also offers on-site valet parking for diners' convenience.
Hakobe 14 N la Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Located along Beverly Hills' famed Restaurant Row, Hakobe is a tastefully decorated Japanese restaurant that aims to…More please all of your senses. Whether it's the faux bamboo fence, the floor-to-ceiling windows or the indoor trees that lure you in, make sure to try the restaurant's famed izakaya dishes and sushi rolls. With a hip and trendy vibe that attracts crowds nightly, reservations are strongly recommended at Hakobe.
Oishi Sushi 201 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 Oishi means "delicious" in Japanese, and this community fixture of more than 15 years exemplifies that. All items are…More made to order, so sometimes it may seem like the wait is long, but at least you know that you're waiting for quality. With seating at the counter, outdoors or in the cozy dining room, you're sure to be comfortable while you wait for your tasty Japanese cuisine.
La Gondola 9025 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 La Gondola has been a Beverly Hills fixture for two decades. The restaurant's large and eclectic menu is entirely…More Kosher, and includes seafood, steak, poultry, a multitude of appetizers, pasta dishes, salads and even sushi. Located in the center of Beverly Hills' commercial district, the restaurant is near metered street parking and a subterranean valet parking garage, for which the staff will validate for up to an hour. Call during business hours to inquire about La Gondola's extensive catering services and holiday menus.