13050 San Vicente Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049
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I've been wanting to find a new go to sushi spot for myself since Otom changed ownership. Alright, alright, I know I didn't work too hard on that. It has been a while since I tried out Sushi Masu. (What? It has been 4 months!? What have I been eating???)
Since my purpose is looking for a new go-to sushi bar, not the best sushi bar in town, price and location are big concerns. I mean, for a regular Friday dinner, fighting the traffic all the way to Little Tokyo is definitely not a pleasant thing to do. So that makes the search even harder. Most of the sushi bars with good reviews in west LA is $$$$. Nagao is one of the very few sushi bars with high rating (4.5 stars) and reasonable price range($$).
Yelp's price range index:
$: Under $10
$$$$: Above $61
Comparing to other nice sushi bars, Nagao puts more efforts on its roll menu. I like the yummy and creative rolls there. For me, a perfect sushi meal starts with fresh sushis and won't complete without mouth-watering and delicious rolls.
Albacore: It's very fresh, and albacoer is always one of my faves. So no need to say anything more...
High Noon (w/ Yellowtail): It looks exactly the same as Sunrise. Yeah the only difference between these two is the fish inside. High Noon is made of Yellowtail which tastes a little bit tenderer than albacore.
Sunrise (w/ Albacore)
Baked Lobster Roll: To be honest, I wasn't able to taste the lobster at all. Maybe just I picked the wrong piece. Yes I guess it's kinda obvious I had the bottom right piece....>_<
"Special" Spicy Roll (w/ Albacore): When I heard the ordinary name "spicy roll", I didn't expect much. But it turned out to be the best roll I had today. Loved it!
Nagao's Sushis and rolls taste great in general. Chef Nagao is attentive and funny. Plus, the price is pretty reasonable. I know I'm going back very soon. ^__^
- Jul 16 Wed 2008 15:43