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Sukiyaki-where to find in in West L.A (not Asakuma!)

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handlertaper Jun 11, 2007 07:33 AM

Looking for Sukiyaki in W.L.A.. Usually get it at Asakuma but trying to find another option...Last night, not a single noodle in the order which was kind of strange....Any suggestions? I have heard that the sukiyaki at the New Otani is good but would like to find something a bit more local. Love the traditional style by the way, like they serve in Japan.

Thanks.

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    JBC Jun 11, 2007 09:00 AM

    Sukiyaki, I haven't ordered that for many years, but if your looking for an old style, more traditional spot on the westside that hasn't seesawed to the latest trends and fashions of the day, then you could try Noma's version in Santa Monica (21st & Wilshire). I couldn't possibly advise you if it would be good or not - expect them to be still stuck in a 1970's (or 1920's?) time-warp:

    http://www.nomarestaurants.com

    Warning - It has a loyal clientele, but trendy foodsters would probably turn their noses up.....

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      handlertaper Jun 11, 2007 06:39 PM

      Thanks for the Noma suggestion. I haven't been there in many years but you are right, they do have sukiyaki. I will have to try it again!

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        JBC Jun 28, 2007 08:58 PM

        In case you missed it, "bromion" (currently 12th entry) posted at U-Zen ..." and a wonderful beef sukiyaki..."

        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/413716

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      miffy Jun 11, 2007 10:09 PM

      I am not sure but Gyu-kaku? do they have one?

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        stacey8989 Jun 20, 2007 11:41 PM

        No, Gyu-kaku is a bbq place. They don't have sukiyaki.

        Shabu Hachi
        11680 W. Olympic Blvd.
        LA, CA 90064
        310-479-7537

        Sakura
        4545 S Centinela Ave
        Los Angeles, CA 90066
        310-822-7790

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        tsukijigaijin Jun 11, 2007 11:58 PM

        try sushi kirala in bh. its not crazy good, but it hits the spot & their real kobe beef sushi is to die for, the owner hooked it up with some really awsome buta kakuni made from kurobutah

        1. Emme Jun 28, 2007 10:09 PM

          second u-zen.
          also hana sushi, crazy fish, ariake, sushi masu, and sakura.

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            Mateo R Jun 29, 2007 01:41 PM

            Place Yu on satelle has sukiyaki, but last time I had it I was not impressed by the quality of the meat or the preparation. It is open late and is one of the best options in the area for late night Japanese cravings.

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