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Ebisu Japanese Tavern Quick Review

For some reason, even though this place is almost next to my favorite Shabu Shahbu place, I’ve never tried it until recently. It’s also near Halu Ulala, which is also in the same building. One problem about all 3 of ...

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Haru Ulala Izakaya Review

Although I’ve been here before, I’ve forgotten to write about it. Haru Ulala is owned by the same owner as Sushi Go 55 and is located in the same building as Shabu Shabu Yo. The problem with this building is ...

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Kiriko Sushi – Quick Review

On my first outing to Kiriko, you may have noticed that I was underwhelmed. However, I was in the area again and decided to go back to see if anything had changed since 2009. This trip, I only ordered nigiri ...

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Tsujita Artisan Noodle Quick Review

After getting tired of going to the same restaurants, I decided to checkout another new place on Sawtelle in the West J-Town area. Since the name is Tsujita Artisan Noodle, you’d expect me to order noodles but the best ones ...

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Gottsui Sawtelle Mini Review

In the same strip mall as the Blue Marlin (now closed) and Hurry Curry, there is another Japanese Okonomiyaki restaurant called Gottsui. Compared to some of the other places, this place is relatively new and has only been open for ...

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Sushi Joint Quick Review

Glendale is not known for sushi but I decided to check out this Sushi Joint located in a strip mall. It’s easy to see that this is not an authentic Japanese sushi place, but they’re not trying to be. To ...

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Morinoya Japanese Restaurant Mini Review

Alas, what used to be a great noodle place called Yashima at Olympic Collection closed down because of the terrible food they were serving after the owner change. In it’s place has opened another Japanese restaurant called Morinoya. First of ...

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Honda Ya Izakaya Mini Review – Part 5

Previously, I’ve reviewed just about everything here, including the great Yakitory here. Last time I was here, I decided to try something different and ordered the cold tofu. Normally, it’s called Hiyayakko, but this was something else. As you can ...

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