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Soregashi's Stellar Sushi Awaits in Anonymous Strip Mall


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Amid L.A.'s insane sushi wealth, Soregashi is almost unremarkable, a tiny spot that specializes in chirashi bowls and soba at lunch, and sushi and izakaya-style small plates at dinner. Yet there's a careful, quietly thrilling focus on quality, and if Soregashi were located in almost any other city in America, it would likely be hailed as extraordinary. While there aren't any crazy dynamite rolls on the menu, it's a neighborhood restaurant, and many of the customers are there to order straightforward tuna and salmon rolls. Yet the food here is carefully and seriously prepared, and far more affordable than omakase available at the temples of sushi we all tend to lionize.   Read our full review here.