Crazy Fish

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Crazy Fish

9105 W. Olympic Blvd. (Doheny Dr.) Send to Phone
310-550-8547 | Menu
Hardly the most authentic sushi in town, this congested, frenetic place remains popular, thanks to its wacky specialties like the "oy vey" salmon sashimi with garlic.


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Open
Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
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Crazy Fish Restaurant Review

: Add your name to the list posted outside the door of this frenetic little spot that's captured the hearts of neighborhood sushi fans. Once inside, squeeze in at the bar or seize one of the tiny tables and pin down one of the fast-paced servers. All the usual sushi varieties are offered, but the wacky rolls and only-in-Beverly Hills specialties (such as the “oy vey” salmon sashimi with garlic) and the lavish array of salads of either single types of seafood or combinations of several tend to be quite popular. There’s also udon and tempura available, and mochi ice cream for dessert. This may not be the place for serious sushi lovers. But every time we think we've outgrown Crazy Fish, we seem to come back one more time.





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