The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The chef insists that the warm rice sushi won't travel--even a block--and forbids that even a single roll be ordered for take-out.
What to Drink: There are a handful of red and white wines offered, and a more select premium sake list. They also offer soju, plum wine and a special Hitachino Belgian white ale from Japan.
Look Good: If you want to sit at the sushi bar, you must order omakase. Note that the staff will accommodate specific requests and dietary restrictions.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Sasabune has moved from an old bungalow just off of a stretch of Sawtelle Boulevard (a neighborhood often referred to as Little Tokyo West) into spacious digs on the ground floor of a Wilshire office tower. This massive place features aâ¦
Sasabune is fresh
By Linda D at Insider Pages
Great sushi in my neighborhood. The fish is fresh and the staff is friendly. Not cheap, but not outrageous. I would recommend Sasabune to sushi fie... Read More
By lisaj985160002 at Citysearch
Just the best there is! Get the chef's menu. It is a truly a trip to Japan. So good and authentic. It is a meal you will not forget. Read More
By Charlotte D at Insider Pages
haha, i love to read reviews for places that have such divergent opinions. I can't understand how people would think this place is anything below ... Read More
Best Sushi in Town
By markmoran70 at Citysearch
The best place I ate in. sit at the sushi bar Read More
By Adrian J at Insider Pages
Having fun at the bar with the Chefs is a great time. Buy them a beer and they will party with you all night long...\r \r Over the past two years I... Read More