The Low Down
Look Good: There's no sign identifying the restaurant or its hours, save for a piece of 8-by-10 typing paper taped to the gate.
Where to Sit: Small groups in search of an away-from-the-rumpus space to eat and chat should request a table in the semiprivate loft.
Parking: No valet service is available. Look for street spaces along Abbot Kinney or around the block on Electric Avenue; there's also a small public lot off Palms.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This stylish sushi bar fits nicely into the fabric of Venice's trendy Abbot Kinney Boulevard. Without any prominent signage, the building appears at first glance to be a residential townhouse, and the continuation of a loft motif creates aâ¦
By car at Gayot
The portions are very small. Don't come here if you're hungry unless you're willing to spend $100 per person. They served delicious homemade tofu l... Read More
Best Sushi in Town
By Ian K at Insider Pages
The fish here couldn't be more fresh. The menu is unique and I have tried things I haven't even heard of here and loved them! Every ingredient fr... Read More
By EmilGH at Menuism
This place is fantastic. The sushi dishes are amazing. I recommend the yellow tail with jalapeÃ±o. It's... Read More
Favorite Sushi Spot
By Joann S at Insider Pages
Located on Abbot Kinney in Venice, this quaint sushi restaurant serves nothing but fresh, quality sushi. Everything is healthy with brown rice rol... Read More