The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The restaurant only accepts reservations for parties of five or more. Otherwise, expect at least a 15 minute wait during peak dinner hours.
Save Money: Lunch box specials feature mix-and-match main courses such as tuna sashimi and teriyaki. Pair entrees with up to three items, including tempura, fish cutlets and California rolls.
What to Drink: A lengthy sake list offers a wide range of the spirit to fuel thirsty diners through the meal.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Diners sit on a raised wooden floor at this casual Japanese restaurant. Expect traditional sushi and sashimi offerings, as well as lunch box specials.
By Yuho Q at Insider Pages
They offer traditional Japanese dishes like sushi, sashimi, tempra, teriyaki chicken etc. They are all good but not extremely fantastic like some J... Read More
Japanese Well Sitting
By Lisa A at Insider Pages
This is one of my favorite Japanese restaurants. It's conveniently located in Marina Del Rey in a busy shopping center. Tons of parking. It's a fun... Read More
By Christine W at Insider Pages
Irori, formally East, is one of the best Japanese restaurants in the LA area. It is not one of the trendier LA Japanese restaurants like Katana or ... Read More
By Rob T at Insider Pages
Love this restaurant. Kind of don't want to tell people about it- but I'm raising money for my job. It's quiet and serene, hidden in the back of ... Read More
Check your Bill !!
By Gary H. at Judy's Book
We have dined at this restaurant many times. On our last visit, the bill seemed a bit high. On examining it, we found that the Kikusui Sake was cha... Read More