The Low Down
What to Drink: One of L.A.'s top sake lists offers premium labels like Kanchiku and Kano Tsuro. There's also a variety of wines, Japanese beer, Moet champagne, and specialty Japanese sho chu.
Look Good: Prix-fixe dinners include appetizers, sashimi, sushi, steak or fish and dessert. Adventurous sushi lovers can opt for the chef's choice menu--calling ahead is recommended.
Where to Sit: Weekend reservations are essential, though the front bar accepts walk-ins. A semi-private booth behind long bead curtains holds six.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Japanese-born chef Keizo Ishiba attended a prestigious culinary school in Osaka, and landed his first job as a French chef in Kyoto. After moving to Los Angeles and sharpening his sushi knives at Inagiku and Sushi Roku for many years, heâ¦
K-ZO Japanese Restaurant is delicious!
By Holly P at Insider Pages
K-Zo is easily the best Japanese food in Culver City. Their sushi is as delicious as their cooked dishes. The food is very clean tasting and ther... Read More
K-ZO Japanese Restaurant, excellent sushi in an elegant setting
By Jamie W at Insider Pages
If you are in the mood for a quiet romantic spot, or an elegant night out, then try K-Zo. Overlook the fact that is is on Culver Blvd. tucked next... Read More
K-ZO is an excellent sushi bar.
By Teri h at Insider Pages
Even though this sushi bar is located on the ground floor of a parking garage, the husband and wife team have created an excellent, casual sushi ba... Read More
By Don H at Insider Pages
K-ZO is what I would call a Japanese tapas bar. The menu is organized into small or large "bites" or dishes. You select from the wide assortment of... Read More