It's a nice neighborhood place... if you have an unlimited budget. I think this place could be a staple for me if I were in another tax bracket. The specials are very special, and very small. I think that's the way it should be, but I've grown accustomed to the Americanized portions. I would go back to try the Omakase, the chef's special (now I know what we had at Sasabune!). But I would only try this one on a special occasion because it starts at $60 a person
I came here for a birthday party and yes, I did enjoy my self. But the service was a littler slower than I accepted for the crowd that we had. Maybe, they were newer and getting use to things around the kitchen. Not bad, don't get me wrong, I would be back just wouldn't be at the top of my list.
I had a reservation, arrived on time, ordered and then waited over an hour to get my meal but I had to complain several times. I wanted to order more food but did not want to spend the night, so I left very hungry and cooked dinner for myself.
Had a great experience here. The food is great and very fresh. Probably the best sushi I've had since moving to LA from Boston. Really good and recommended.
GREAT FOOD AND THE STAFF IS AWSOME! LOVE THIS PLACE NUMBER ONE SUSHI SPOT IN LA. IF YOU ARE NEAR STOP BY.
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Small quiet restaurant. Ideal if you actually intend to have a conversation. The food is good and the waitress was really nice.
I love Ray's! They have a great wine list and menu. It's a great place to gather before or after visiting an exhibit.
This is by far one of my favorite places in LA to get sushi. The food is great, I really like their crunch rolls. The place has a nice atmosphere too.
The food is just delicious. I like the fact that they have a sushi chef that hands rolls the sushi when you order them. ����