Tokyo Table on La Cienga? Sushi
I went a few months ago, so the memory is spotty. I'd say that it's a modern, slick place with a giant menu of Japanese favorites from noodles and rice dishes to sushi and tonkatsu and everything in between.
They make a bunch of funky shoju cocktails and pour ginormous overflowing boxes of sake (a nice hand-picked selection of sakes, by the way).
I didn't eat sushi when I went, so I cannot comment. But I think it's a worthwhile stop, if only for the vibe and the diversity of the menu.