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Brothers Sushi? Valley spot? Thoughts?

BoB Apr 28, 2006 02:48 PM

Anybody been to Brother's Sushi that can share some input?



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    GKinSO RE: BoB Apr 28, 2006 11:57 PM

    One of my favorite sushi bars. Have been going there semi-regularly for the past 15 years or so. Even though the main chef(s) have come and gone, they've ALWAYS had excellent quality fish.

    The yellowtail and halibut are usually excellent, like butter. Actually, all their nigiri sushi is first rate. Also, the garlic shrimp roll is amazing, as is my all time favorite--the Keri roll (a huge roll made from crab, tuna, either yellowtail or salmon (I forget, it's been a long day!!), green onions, and a chopped up shrimp tempura. Always so satisfying, I make room for two.

    Actually, anything you get there will be really good, be sure to check the specials board, as there's bound to be something to your liking for a bargain price!! Very houndish, indeed.



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    1. re: GKinSO
      Jonathen RE: GKinSO Apr 29, 2006 02:50 PM

      Can I get their address from you?



      1. re: Jonathen
        chica RE: Jonathen Apr 29, 2006 04:30 PM

        21418 Ventura Blvd
        Woodland Hills, CA

      2. re: GKinSO
        davina RE: GKinSO May 1, 2006 01:51 AM

        I've reco'd Brothers before on here, love the place. And that garlic shrimp roll.....pure heaven.

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        gnadivi RE: BoB Aug 12, 2006 06:19 AM

        There's no better sushi place in the west Valley, and for that matter possibly the entire valley. Their spicy tuna roll with soy paper rocks. Also, check out their satellite location about 2 miles west called Little Brother's Sushi.

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          jan262 RE: BoB Aug 27, 2006 08:40 AM

          I also love the keri roll at Brother's Sushi. I didn't know that Little Brother's Sushi was also part of their family, as I just passed by it a couple weeks ago. Next time I'll have to try it!

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