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1725 W. Carson St., Ste. B (S. Western Ave.) Send to Phone
310-787-7344 | Menu
Japanese pub specializing in small plates works as a date-night spot and also accommodates groups.
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4.5 rating over 6 reviews

Musha Restaurant Review

: Though the exterior of this traditional Japanese pub is that of a small storefront in a slightly dilapidated strip mall, the décor inside offers a comfortable tavern setting. Dimly lit, one can feel at ease on a date or with a group of friends ordering from the vast menu specializing in izakaya dishes, otherwise known as Japanese small plates. Make sure to order the takotama immediately, as it usually sells out early. The unique dish is an intriguing hybrid of Spanish and Japanese cuisines, as egg is folded into itself several times creating a tall omelet stuffed with octopus, bonito flakes and ginger, then topped with a slightly spicy aïoli. For simpler alternatives, the tuna dip is a very spicy take on the traditional preparation, while less creamy than most. Other popular items worth trying include small plates of crispy and tender fried chicken, a crab meat and radish salad, and a quite smoky and gamey barbecued yellowtail collar. Japanese beer and plum wine are available, but it’s best to go with cold saké for a vibrant pairing to the food.

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