Kiriko Sushi

Row 1

Details
11301 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 478-7769
Sushi
$ $
Hours
Tue–Fri: Noon–2:15 PM Sat–Sun: 6:00 PM–10:00 PM

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  • Featured in LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants!
  • The great specialty is cherrywood-smoked Copper River salmon with mango, a dish that certain local sushi masters would rather die than serve. (It's their loss: The dish is stunningly good.)
  • Great sushi but horrible service. 2 hours to get 3 small servings of sashimi?
  • The black cod is so oishi
  • Excellent sushi. A must go. Fantastic! But perhaps best to order a la carte over omakase. The omakase service was REALLY REALLY slow....
  • Get the blue crab hand roll. And lunch prices are great
  • There's plenty of amazing sushi in Los Angeles, but Kiriko has just the right mix of every day affordability (at least compared to some of the super high-end places) along with a casual ambiance.
  • Great quality sushi in a casual place. Must try their house smoked salmon and always good to order some Hokkaido uni.
  • Lowkey and v. delish traditional sushi...no spicy mayo shenanigans here
  • Omakase dinner is solid. Around $100-140 per person without drinks. The toro sushi was amazing, as well as miso squid
  • Truly marvelous sushi is not cheap, but at Kiriko you're guaranteed to never leave disappointed at least. Try this spots house-smoked salmon wrapped in mango and topped with caviar.
  • Ben Ford, chef of Ford's Filling Station, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Seared toro.
  • Kiriko may still be the great undiscovered sushi bar in Los Angeles, and Ken Namba's traditional yet creative sashimi surpasses most of what is sold at three times the price.
  • While great sushi is never cheap, Ken Namba's traditional yet creative $80 omakase is almost a bargain.
  • Traditional Japanese cuisine gets a modern makeover in Ken Nambas kitchen, where Canadian salmon topped with caviar hugs mango slices. Scallop, halibut, and unagi are top picks for straight sashimi.
  • This Sawtelle nook of a sushi bar presents some innovative dishes alongside the omakase sushi, though the nigiri is excellent by any standards. The quality is consistently high.
  • Not as good as it used to. Slow service, not attentive. The worst Omagaze ever had. 6 piece of sushi served in 3 hours for $120;((
  • dont come starving. make sure you sit at the counter/bar, or you will die from neglect. that said, the omikase was f'kng DIVINE.
  • Get the tamago, it's like pound cake. Very unique and delicious.
  • The three hand roll lunch is a great deal at $14.50. It comes with salad and miso soup, and you can upgrade to a blue crab roll for $1 more.