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 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
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
By Matthew B at Insider Pages
Some of the best sushi that I've ever had. If you can make your way here, you won't regret it. Fresh fish never tasted so Good. Read More
By Yvette D at Insider Pages
This is the sushi place to go in West LA! It looks like just another house from the outside, but you'll see the neon "open" sign. It's a good sized... Read More