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Mar Vista, West Los Angeles
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Sushi You Will Crave

This place is all about the delicious food and ingredients. I can't part from the chef's choice which include bites that I crave and keep me coming back. Examples include the tuna appetizer and crab roll. Fish melts in your mouth, clearly as fresh as it gets. It's not cheap, but I now eat sushi less often so I can splurge here. The flavors and presentation seem authentic and unique to me, so this would not be my choi... view more

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My favorite in LA

Some of the freshest fish you'll ever find in Los Angeles. And their blue crab roll is to die for.

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I can't believe others' ratings!

Don't believe the hype! Never have I been so horrified to depart with $70 for overrated fare!\r \r Where to begin? I was not in any way upset by the fact that they only serve sushi- if it is fantastic sushi then one needs nothing else.\r \r We began with the tuna almost-drowned in some sort of ponzu-type concoction. You would be hard pressed to know that this was tuna, the sauce was so overpowering and FAR too so... view more

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Great Sushi!!!

My gf and I went there on 12/3 after reading about it on LA weekly. It's a pretty small place. When we entered, the hostess told us that if we wanted to sit at the sushi bar, we don't get to choose our own dishes! The chef will prepare dishes for us and he'll continue to do so until we say ""stop"". We were somewhat prepared for something like this after reading the LA Weekly review... so we decided to give it a try.... view more

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Interesting sushi experience

Tonight was our first visit to Hiko and it was excellent all around. Having read the reviews about the rules of the restaurant, and the risk of being booted for noncompliance with the rules, we entered the restaurant with some trepidation. But our fears, which seem ridiculous in retrospect, only served to heighten the experience. \r \r Some of the rules make sense, as in, no cellphone use is allowed. Although I... view more

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Best Sushi I've ever had in my life!

Despite all the bad experiences listed on Hiko's review, It is still by far the BEST SUSHI EVER! The first dish they bring out is a baby tuna with sesame on it. it is phenomenal! Also, their blue crab roll.. omg.. it is to DIE FOR! And their TORO!!!!... I would actually pay $30 for one bite of that toro because it is that good. It's like an ""o"" in your mouth. Sasabune and Katsuya (Studio City) are still in my top 3... view more

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The bomb

If you liked the old sasabune, you'll love hiko. The food if just as good, maybe better and it's in a small, out of the way, no frills place. Get the chef's choice. You won't be sorry.

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I went to Hiko sushi for the first time four years ago upon opening, and I now go at least once a week. After hitting up nearly every sushi bar in Los Angeles, from uber expensive,to shack, I have found Hiko to be the absolute freshest and most delicious. No jokes here, no cell phones, no fancy faux rolls- they mean buisness. Fairly unnoticeable while driving by, but this is truly a hidden jem. Excellent and authenti... view more

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Hiko Sushi

Terrible customer service. Sushi is good, but very expensive. Not worth the rude treatment. Parking is not great.

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Fresh fish, strict rules, overall good.

Decided to visit Hiko Sushi, and upon entering, was greeted by the waitress and explained the rules (no rolls, no cell phones etc) which I had no problem with. Decided to sit at the table and opted out for chef's choice at the bar. The Albacore, snapper and yellow tail are excellent, and the mackerel was fishy and not really fresh. Handrolls were very good as well, accented by the warm rice. I was expecting the Wasab... view more

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11275 National BlvdLos AngelesCA 90064

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