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Ben7643 Oct 2, 2007 11:10 AM

Any good places to get sushi around Jefferson and Sepulveda? Or within a 3 or 4 minute drive. I'm looking for a place for lunch.

Thanks
Ben

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  1. Servorg RE: Ben7643 Oct 2, 2007 11:20 AM

    Give Sushi Mashiko a try. Very close to your location.

    10726 Jefferson Blvd
    between Overland Ave & Kinston Ave
    Culver City 90230
    Phone: 310-280-0198

    1. westsidegal RE: Ben7643 Oct 2, 2007 12:51 PM

      you are in sushi wasteland in that location.

      geographically, sushi karen would be close enough, but the one time i went there it was so awful, that i won't ever go back. not only that, the place seemed to have a weird smell about it.

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        fdb RE: Ben7643 Oct 2, 2007 06:21 PM

        Sakura on Centinela is a short drive away. Get there early to avoid long lines.

        Sakura Japanese Restaurant
        4545 S Centinela Ave
        Los Angeles, CA 90066
        (310) 822-7790

        http://www.yelp.com/biz/yABfiMUE-PyHi...

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          zencow RE: Ben7643 Oct 2, 2007 11:00 PM

          Kabuki in the Howard Hughes center. Their lunch menu is very reasonable. Good food. http://www.kabukirestaurants.com/

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            westsidegal RE: zencow Oct 2, 2007 11:06 PM

            by the time ben drives to howard hughes center, gets parking after driving around and around that parking structure, and gets seated, it will take much longer than the 3 to 4 minutes that is his stated limit.

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              hrhboo RE: westsidegal Oct 2, 2007 11:33 PM

              Jefferson and Sepulveda is only about 2 minutes from Howard Hughes, but that's still no reason to eat at Kabuki.

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                Ben7643 RE: hrhboo Oct 3, 2007 12:23 PM

                Thanks guys I went to Kanpai Sushi Bar and Grill, 8325 Lincoln Blvd

                It was pretty good, not Tama, or Iroha or any of the sushi resteraunts from the sushi strip in studio city. But good, their rolls were really not very good IMO not bad just poorly made. The sushi was very good though.

                Ben

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              Dig T RE: zencow Oct 5, 2007 02:29 AM

              Whenever I'm in that area Sakura is my go to place. It's not amazing but it's good, near by, and more authentic than the Japanese style food at Kabuki.

              Sakura can be quite busy at times and their parking is iffy. I went last month and there was construction in the area too which made things worse.

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