Sushi Go 55

333 S Alameda St Ste 317 Los AngelesCA90013
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
11:15am-2:15pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm
11:15am-2:15pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm
11:15am-2:15pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm
11:15am-2:15pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm
11:15am-2:15pm, 5:30pm-10:00pm
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
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The Morishita family first started in the Japanese restaurant business in the 1920's. In the 1960's we opened one of the first two sushi bars in America helping bring sushi over to America. Tomoko Morishita in the 1980's became the first female sushi chef in America. The Morishita family has won several awards and featured for being pioneers in sushi and Japanese food from the CA State...
by binglocal on January 18, 2016 from binglocal


Save Money: Lunch combos are a great deal. Items such as the sashimi plate, sushi sampler, tempura plate and deep fried oysters come with miso soup, cucumber, daily appetizer, and Japanese pickles.
by ezlocal on December 13, 2013 from ezlocal
Parking: The restaurant is on the third floor of Tokyo Shopping Center, on the corner of Alameda and Third. During the day, enter on Alameda between Third and Fourth, and park on the fourth floor to access the entrance. After 8pm, enter through the parking structure.
by ezlocal on December 13, 2013 from ezlocal

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Kitchen Remodeling:
The quality of work was superior; much better than any other contractor because you have a shafran construction. The materials used were of high quality. The workmen were polite,knowledgeable and always explained in detail when you have any questions. Every aspect of this project was a pleasure and the finished results are fantastic. Shafran construction scheduled many project with kithchen remodeling
by asraful on January 30, 2012

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Sushi Go 55 Restaurant Review:
The Morishita family has been in the restaurant business in Little Tokyo for over sixty years, and their popular sushi bar is located in the cavernous, architecturally challenged Little Tokyo Square. In contrast to the building itself, the restaurant is intimate and tastefully decorated, with a polished Japanese cypress sushi bar dominating the room. The place is busy at the lunch hour, with...
by gayot on November 09, 2011 from gayot
Best sushi in downtown? Hard to say, but mostly Asian crowd knows the great pleasures of the Go. Wooden bar and glass cases. Precious toro, live sweet shrimp, buttery monkfish liver, and ebi tempura. Lunch special stuffs you with rolls for $10. Family is a Little Tokyo legend. Some rolls almost too gorgeous to devour, but if you insist, we'll get down on it and order even more.
by blackbookmag on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmag
A straightforward Little Tokyo mini-mall offering various imported goods.:
The Scene
Little Tokyo Square offers three small floors of Japanese shops. Since it's a few blocks away from Little Tokyo, the shopping center attracts customers who find it by word of...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on March 23, 2008 from Citysearch
L.A. sushi veterans bring Japanese regional classics like beef tempura with homemade sauce and exotic specialties (think grilled conch served in its shell) to Little Tokyo.:
In Short
A long pale sushi bar made of prized Japanese Cypress dominates the minimalist, blond wood and white bento box of a room. The chefs each have 25 years' experience, and the savvy...
by by Martha Burr at Citysearch on March 23, 2008 from Citysearch

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Serving fresh fish flown in from all over the world with over 25 varieties of seafood & shellfish serving sushi, sashimi, & more
by Citysearch on December 02, 2015 from Citysearch