5 World-Class Sushi Restaurants In Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills has a choice of many sushi restaurants - here we explore the very best.
Beverly Hills is home to a wide variety of fabulous sushi restaurants. Here we take you through some of the best choices so that you can enjoy world-class sushi in Beverly Hills.
Nozawa Bar is one of the very best places to satisfy your craving for sushi in Beverly Hills. You most definitely need to plan well ahead if you want to eat at Nowaza Bar. This is one of the hottest places in town and space is very limited. Book ahead online or by phone up to 60 days ahead.
Master chef Osamu Fujita and his team serve the most amazing choice of nigiri sushi, sashimi, and handrolls. The concept is exclusively Omakase, meaning that the chef chooses the food for each diner, using the finest ingredients available. There is no menu for you to select your choices from - a huge selection of food is brought to your table for you to experience.
Chef Fujita is exceptionally entertaining. Watching your food being prepared, and being entertained by the chef is all part of the experience. The restaurant is small, with just 10 places available in the week, and 20 on weekends.
Nowaza Bar has dinner seatings Monday through Wednesday at 7:30 pm. There are two seatings Thursday through Saturday at 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm.
All dinner seatings cost $150 per person. The experience is expensive, but worth it.
212 N Canon Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone number (424) 216-6158
Shiki Beverly Hills
Shiki Beverly Hills is another Japanese restaurant in Beverly Hills which serves exceptional food. The name Shiki means "four seasons" in Japanese. The restaurant serves traditional Japanese food with an emphasis on seasonal, fresh ingredients. This Michelin star-rated restaurant is most definitely worth visiting if you are in Beverly Hills.
Omakase is available for either $125, $150, or $180 depending upon the number of items included. This is definitely a recommended experience at the Shiki.
Diners can also order off the extensive menu. There is a Season Special Menu and a Grand Menu. Items from the menu include Halibut Sashimi for $20, Grilled Chilean Sea Bass for $10, Steamed Asari Clam with Konbu Seaweed & Sake for $12, and Sautéed Shrimp with Escalgot Butter Soy for $18.
There is a wine list with drinks available by the glass or the bottle.
Shiki Beverly Hills
410 N Canon Dr
Phone number (310) 888-0036
Sushi Kiyono has excellent-tasting sushi and a great location in Beverly Hills. This small restaurant has very friendly service, and particularly for this area, very reasonable prices.
The menu has all the choices that you would expect. Why not try the Tuna Sushi for $6.30, Salmon Sushi for $5.40, Black Cod marinated with Sikyo Miso for $12.50, or the Nigiri Sushi Assortment for $24.
They have a reasonable selection of sake, beer, and wine.
255 S Beverly Dr
Phone number (310) 205-3741
Celebrity chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, better known as Nobu, owns this very upscale Beverly Hills restaurant. Amazing food, stunning decor, wonderful service, and a reasonable chance of a celebrity sighting, all combine to make Matsushia a hit.
This is the original Nobu restaurant, and it is very popular. Make sure that you have a reservation ahead of time. The atmosphere in the restaurant is very lively, and rather loud. The best place to sit is at the sushi bar. There are plenty of tables in the restaurant, but they are all rather too close together.
The menu is huge. The Omakase selection is available for either $100, $150, or $200. Choose this if you have a deep wallet and just want the chefs to choose some exceptional food for you to enjoy.
It really goes without saying that this place is expensive! Sushi items on the menu include California Roll for $12, Salmon Skin for $9.50, Crab for $10, White Fish for $10, Yellow Tail for $10, and Fresh Water Eel for $8.
Hot dishes include Black Cod with Miso for $32, King Crab with Ginger Salsa for $27, and Steamed Clams with Garlic Sauce for $18.
129 N La Cienega Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone number (310) 659-9639
Japanese restaurant owner and chef, Nobu Matsuhisa's official website. Nobu's special recipe, philosophy, biography, sake and information for Matsuhisa and Nobu Restaurants
If you enjoy sushi, you have to experience Sushi Sushi in Beverly Hills. The menu is authentically Japanese, serving only the freshest, most skillfully-prepared sushi.
The menu is small, but the food is authentic, without western influences. You will not find a California Roll here! Just fresh, authentic Japanese sushi.
Diners can choose the Omakase for either $100 or $150. The al la carte selections include Shrimp for $3.80, Salmon for $2.95, Halibut for $2.90 and Giant Clam for $6.50. These prices are for one piece of sushi only, as diners are encouraged to sample a variety of tastes.
326 1/2 S Beverly Dr
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Phone number (310) 277-1165
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