2024 Best Sushi Restaurants in Los Angeles Area

Best Sushi & Sashimi Restaurants
in Los Angeles

When people say, "I love sushi," what they really mean is, "I love fresh, top-quality sushi." Even if the atmosphere is quaint, the sushi chefs bow to you upon your entrance, and the food served promptly and artistically presented, you're not going to enjoy your meal unless the sushi is made from quality ingredients.

Here are GAYOT's Best Sushi & Sashimi Restaurants in Los Angeles, presented in alphabetical order.

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Asanebo
15/20
Superior sushi and gracious service in Studio City. See More
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Hama Sushi
15/20
A no-frills (but high-quality) sushi spot well situated in the heart of Little Tokyo in Los Angeles. See More
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Hayakawa
14/20
A Matsuhisa alum prepares premium sushi, along with dishes like Chilean sea bass bathed in a mushroom sauce. See More
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Katsuya Brentwood
15/20
Chef Katsuya Uechi sharpens his knives to transform fish into sushi amid grand décor by Philippe Starck. See More

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Mori Sushi
14/20
Purist sushi on a stretch of Pico Boulevard in West L.A. See More
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Nobu Malibu
14/20
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's beautiful restaurant right over the waves of the Pacific. See More
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Q
15/20
Chef Hiroyuki Naruke brings his Edomae-style omakase sushi experience to DTLA. See More
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Sushi|Bar
14/20
Sample bone marrow nigiri and other unique bites at chef Phillip Frankland Lee's secret sushi speakeasy in Encino. See More
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Sushi Note
14/20
Sophisticated, charming high-end sushi bar with curated fine wines in Sherman Oaks. See More
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Sushi Sasabune
14/20
A small army of chefs flourishes its knives to turn out quality sushi quickly. See More
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