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Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 11:00 pm, Sat - Sun 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
West Los Angeles, Ocean Park
Mongolian Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Asian, Family Style, Mongolian, Bar & Grills


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Provided by Citysearch - 
My favorite brunch spot is CLOSED!!!

No sense telling you how great is was, since it's now closed. =( They were in a very hidden location


Provided by Citysearch - 

I've been here several times, each time thinking that this place would have caught on by now. It's that good. The sushi is great, as well as the korean stir fry dishes. Presentation is pleasing to the eye, and the service is top notch! We try to go here whenever we're in Santa Monica. Everyone we've recommended this place to loves it, as well.
Location is hidden, so probably why they don't do as well as they should. I really want this place to succeed! Check it out!


Provided by Citysearch - 
Korean-style tapas bar

We happened to visit during Happy Hour, in which the menu items were half-priced. We ordered various dishes to try out the menu. My boyfriend ordered tofu salad and a sushi roll that we shared. I cannot recall the type of roll for some reason. I ordered bulgogi bibimbap (Korean dish) and freshwater eel sushi. He had a pinot noir while I ordered a lychee martini. It was so good! I was surprised to see full-sized dishes rather than smaller Happy Hour bar dishes. They were so attentive, a very Korean style of waiting on the customer. They even give you quarters to feed your meter.

The only problem I forsee for them is that the place is very hidden, in the back of a shopping plaza. We happened to be walking around, looking for a restaurant. We were lucky to wander in. If we hadn't read the signs on the shopping plaza, we never would have bothered. That said, we really lucked out. They serve very good food. Not traditional Korean, but more like a fusion Korean-Japanese-Californian. I'm coming back again and again!


Provided by Citysearch - 
This place was a true find!

I have been there twice... plan to go again for sure! The food was excellent, as well as, the service. It wasn't that busy however, almost seemed erie at how empty it was considering the size and great atmosphere and design of the place.


Provided by Citysearch - 
Yey for Fusion

So for a friend's birthday dinner, she chose this restaurant for its location and its interesting description online. Tucked in a corner off Main Street, you can't really see it from the street. It has its own valet parking if you can't find street parking. The inside is a great open space with a very modern feel. We had a party of 7 and the staff was very friendly and helpful even if we did not have reservation. They sat us right away. The drinks are delicious and unique. The manager was so nice when I told him that it was my friend's birthday. He brought out a slice of cake for her. We even broke a glass in the middle of dinner and all he said was that a party is not a party until something is broken. The waiter even gave me a free drink. The food is delicious too. Everyone was very happy when we left the place. I would go back in a heartbeat.


Provided by Citysearch - 
avoid, maybe always

Yellow sushi rice? What? Also, it was sweet yellow rice. Weird. Their version of spicy scallops is to add chili pepper and tabasco sauce. The shrimp tempura roll was on the menu at least ten times with different names and yet it did not resemble any shrimp tempura roll that I am familiar with. It was rolled in something sweet and crunchy. Service was fine and friendly, but mildly clueless. We were the only people in the restaurant on a Friday night which felt like the twilight zone and should have tipped us off to the quality of the food. I'm not sure what other people had to eat here. Perhaps we were there on a bad night, but it felt like they were playing at being a sushi restaurant and getting it all wrong. Sorry to be harsh and apparently other people disagree but I can not in good faith recommend that any fellow sushi lover go here.


Provided by Citysearch - 
You pay for what you get, delicious food!

First get a bottle of champagne relax and the delicious plates will begin coming out. Such a good dining experience and the service was phenomonal.


Provided by Citysearch - 
Great new restaurant for Main Street, Santa Monica

I just went here with my fiance and we had the greatest time. The service is impeccable, they are all so nice and attentive, the food was great, I really liked the Ocean Roll, and the short ribs are great. They also have green tea yogurt that might be better than Pinkberry.... I hope the word gets out that this is a great spot since they are located in the old Rockenwagner space and you can't see them well from Main Street. Check it out!


Provided by Citysearch - 
best sushi in SM

This is my favorite new restaurant in Santa Monica. Excellent service, great sushi and entrees, great atmosphere. Highly recommend trying this spot out.


Provided by Citysearch - 
The sushi rocked my world!

I just went to Yose and fell in love! What an amazing place to eat sushi. I loved the decor and my sushi was to die for. You must check it out. Absolutely fabulous!!!!!

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