Oomasa

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Details
350 E 1st St (at Central Ave)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 972-9640
Sushi, Asian, Japanese
$ $
Hours
Mon, Wed–Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • More foreigners comes here, and they changed the rule to allow people order dinner set at the sushi bar. Hey, Teriyaki chicken & California roll are definitely not sushi DUDE!!
  • Hamachi Belly & Monk Fish Liver... the best!
  • No wait for lunch, sat at the bar and sushi came out in 2 min!
  • If you like egg noodles get he tsukimi noodles.. You won't be dissapointed!!
  • seared albacore sashimi & salmon sashimi are to die for!
  • A lists -- "sweet shrimp". tell sushi chef to made Miso soup from shrimp heads or Deep fried.
  • Park in the parking garage on Central (near the corner of 1st) for validated parking. It's $6 to enter the garage, but you get your money back with validation.
  • Kapsnda saatlerce sra bekleyebilrsiniz ama bekleyin deer!Yediim en iyi sushi idi ve bu zamana kadar itiim en gzel ve gerek yeil ay burada itim ah olsa da isem imdi to do da olsun
  • Delicious sushi, and I love the dinner specials! You can get a bento box with a little bit of everything (e.g., tempura, teriyaki, sushi), and it comes with green tea ice cream!
  • Mackerel raw: amazing. Tuna raw: so fresh and red. TempurA hit the spot. Great Japanese
  • Try the Spicy Scallop Roll - (via @Foodspotting)
  • Try the California Roll And Tempura Shrimp Roll - (via @Foodspotting)
  • Try the Shrimp Tempura Roll, California Roll And Spicy Scallop Roll - (via @Foodspotting)
  • Try the Dinner Set #2 - (via @Foodspotting)
  • Try the Miso Soup - (via @Foodspotting)
  • Old school perfection! This is not the spot if you're looking for an extensive saki menu or a lot of fancy rolls.
  • Opened 1972. One of the earliest sushi bars in Los Angeles. The first, Kawafuku, opened in Little Tokyo in 1966 and is long gone.
  • Food comes out quick. The chirashi bowl has lots of fresh sashimi and palette cleanser options. Friendly staff, too.
  • "The mackerel at Oomasa in Little Tokyo is always amazing. It's one of those underrated gems." Chef Kris Yenbamroong
  • Tempura combination is a good value for money

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