The Low Down
Parking: Plenty of parking can be found in the lot that is shared with Rite Aid and Starbucks.
The Extras: Chef Seki uses his own special soy sauce, so don't bother asking for the low-sodium stuff.
Know Before You Go: Omakase (chef's choice) is the main attraction here, so those with less adventurous sushi tastes should stick to the a la carte menu. Note: there is no wasabe at the table, no California rolls and definitely no terriyaki chicken.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Westside sushi eatery at the crossroads of National Boulevard and Castle Heights Avenue.
By mh2mh at Menuism
Wow. Sushi Zo lived up to my hyped expectations. A sushi purist's dream. We did omakase, and it just blew... Read More
A hidden place in WLA. Not in a fancy setting...
By jennyc3 at Menuism
A hidden place in WLA. Not in a fancy setting but the omakase is excellent. It's a good place for... Read More
the best sushi restaurant on the westside! no...
By laonion at Menuism
the best sushi restaurant on the westside! no comparison... just be prepared to pay. Read More