The overall design of the restaurant is very comfortable, compared to other sushi counters in london, it is both designed and spacious, and the view is good, but the restaurant is a bit difficult to find, friends remember to arrive a little earlier, may need to look for. The whole menu is quite cost-effective, the ingredients are very fresh, the variety is quite a lot, the individual feels like the friends of daily food can try. Unlike other sushi okases, this menu actually includes cows, tempura, salads, etc., interspersed in the sushi, I am still a little bit under-informed, this type of sushi okase I saw for the first time, it still tastes a bit stingy. If you have a friend who knows this type of menu, still hope to give me a popular science. The sushi shrivell is the rice of Yamagata county (using the same supplier as sushi saito), the pinch is loose, the shrivell flavor is light; Most of the fish is used locally, the chef says, and now it's working with some local fishermen who are able to make a living method to get better fish, but the seasoning is a little too heavy for me, and some other courses are a little too heavy to cover the taste of the food.
Tempura Endo Beverly Hills is a very special place, I ordered my favorite fried rice, sushi and the best foie gras, each one was superb!
The old Japanese restaurant from Kyoto is also a place visited by many celebrities. Tempura is not as good as expected, but it is relatively ordinary. Other sashimi are very good. The tuna is expensive and the price is not cheap.
This Japanese restaurant is located on Santa Monica Avenue in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. It is a very authentic Japanese restaurant. The decoration of the restaurant is full of Japanese elements, the waiters are all wearing Japanese national costumes, and the waitresses in kimono are very polite. The tempura here is said to be the best in Los Angeles, but the price is a bit expensive.