Sushi Sasabune is located at the address 11300 Nebraska Ave in Los Angeles, California 90025. They can be contacted via phone at (310) 268-8380 for pricing, hours and directions.
Sushi Sasabune has an annual sales volume of 0 - 500K. .For more information contact Nobi Kusuhara, Owner
For maps and directions to Sushi Sasabune view the map to the right. For reviews of Sushi Sasabune see below.
Sasabune is located at the address 12400 Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles, California 90025. They can be contacted via phone at (310) 820-3596 for pricing, hours and directions.
Sasabune has an annual sales volume of 0 - 500K. .For more information contact Nobi Kusuhara, Owner
For maps and directions to Sasabune view the map to the right. For reviews of Sasabune see below.
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Sasabune has moved from an old bungalow just off of a stretch of Sawtelle Boulevard (a neighborhood often referred to as Little Tokyo West) into spacious digs on the ground floor of a Wilshire office tower. This massive place features a… Read More
Sasabune’s small army of chefs, under the direction of chef-owner Nobi Kusuhara, works at a frenzied pace. Kusuhara is a protégé of the Valley's celebrated Kazunori Nozawa and his craft is strikingly similar to the old master's. Both embrace the use of warm rice, which contrasts agreeably with the chilled fish, and neither seem particularly concerned with presentation. At the bar, one is...
We sat at the bar and ordered an omakase, which they adapt to your preferences. The chef explains every dish and tells you how to have it. It was amazing!!! and we also had a plus of having diner close to a celebrity, Chloe Moretz. My teen daughters wouldn't pay attention to her, they where so amazed by the food!...
We have been to many sushi restaurants in California. After living 4 years in Japan we have developed an appreciation for sushi. Sasabune is by far the best fresh,authentic sushi restaurant we have been to. We were four, including our 4 year old granddaughter who had the steamed fish with ginger. My husband had the incredible omakase (the chef's choice)...
Look Good: If you want to sit at the sushi bar, you must order omakase. Note that the staff will accommodate specific requests and dietary restrictions.
What to Drink: There are a handful of red and white wines offered, and a more select premium sake list. They also offer soju, plum wine and a special Hitachino Belgian white ale from Japan.
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