There's no other city in America that boasts better sushi than L.A. From rolls to sushi burritos, we have all the sushi your heart could ever desire. If you're suddenly craving a California roll or more, check out a couple great sushi spots in town.

Soregashi's Strip Mall Sushi Is a Hollywood Hidden Treasure
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.

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Credit: Kayvan Gabbay

Credit: Kayvan Gabbay

5 Best Sushi Bars in the Valley
You won't find sushi power players such as Nobu, Urasawa or n/naka anywhere except Los Angeles' Westside. But if you're willing to travel into the San Fernando Valley — gasp! — you'll find a wealth of exceptional sushi, much of it tucked away in unassuming strip malls.

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Credit: Kayvan Gabbay

Credit: Kayvan Gabbay

A Hidden Sushi Gem in Costa Mesa: Craft and Tradition at Shibucho
In a corner of a Costa Mesa mini mall, you're sitting in Sushi Shibucho, a tiny, traditional sushi bar, staring down a pristine piece of kanpachi (amberjack) — some of the best sushi in town.

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Chef Sai Tanaka; Credit: Kayvan Gabbay

Chef Sai Tanaka; Credit: Kayvan Gabbay

Sushi Tanaka Is an Underrated Gold Mine of Fresh Octopus, Jellyfish and Oysters
The unpretentious sushi bar, sandwiched between a fish & chips joint and a dentist's office, barely holds seven counter seats plus a few token tables — you'd be lucky to snag one.

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