It's was good. If you have not been you may need to stop by. Friendly atmosphere. Parking is a little cramp, but they have valet parking. Try new things is what I say.
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I have never seen my wife re-order a dish, but being of Italian (Sicilian) origin, she knows eggplant. The dish she reordered is called Nasu Waygu - eggplant in Japanese Waygu Beef Miso Sauce - it was outstanding! The Yellowtail Special in black lava salt...More
My friend and I stopped in here for lunch one day after I read some trashy blurb recently about George Clooney being "caught" here with a "mystery blonde woman" (who was just the wife of his friend, who was also there). I figured if it's...More
Definitely best sushi in the valley but serious contender for all of LA! Great service, friendly and fun chefs and to die for sushi, sashimi and traditional and modern Japanese dishes! But be ready to spend$$$$.
The quality of the food at Asanebo sets it apart from most of the Sushi restaurants in LA. Please know that the meals are very expensive, but worth every penny. The staff was courteous is not numerous, the decor typical Japanese fare, and the seating...More
There’s no shortage of expensive sushi places in L.A. I’ve been to many of them and for the most part I think they’re just OK. Even worse many are pretentious and snooty. The only place here I really like is Sushi Park in West Hollywood....More
I have been coming to Asanebo for years. Lunch, dinner, business, friends. It is a place I know will never disappoint my out of town guests, especially from other countries. Restaurants that impress are hard to come by in LA. The sushi is simply divine...More
They have stuff you don't find at other sushi place. They have freshly imported fish from Japan. They have real Japanese sushi master. Only thing is price. We spend about $1000 including tax, tip for three of us. We had a very good sake though.