Sushi Park

8539 Sunset Blvd 20 West HollywoodCA90069
Closed
Sunday
Closed
Monday
12:00pm-2:00pm
Tuesday
12:00pm-2:00pm
Wednesday
12:00pm-2:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm-2:00pm
Friday
12:00pm-2:00pm
Saturday
5:30pm-10:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Cash
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(28)
Recommended 1
Not Recommended 1
Average Rating Over Time
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Description

Eating places
by hoovers on December 03, 2014 from hoovers

Tips

Parking: Parking in the plaza's parking deck can be expensive. To save money, arrive during lunchtime and find parking on Sunset.
by ezlocal on November 12, 2013 from ezlocal
Parking:
Parking in the plaza's parking deck can be expensive. To save money, arrive during lunchtime and find parking on Sunset.
by Citysearch on October 05, 2010 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Sushi Park Restaurant Review:
Sushi Park is an authentic sushi bar; there’s no “trendy sushi,” California rolls, teriyaki or tempura. How do you know this? Because signs on the mini-mall’s top floor tell you so. And because other notices in the restaurant reinforce the point, further confirmed by a short Q&A session with the hostess, should you wish to sit at the omakase-only bar. Sushi Park has become as synonymous with...
by gayot on March 08, 2015 from gayot
We're led to understand that ordering what you want is frowned upon here. Perhaps asking if uni is in season is allowed, but requesting a spider roll will probably lead to your expulsion. Sitting at the bar means trusting one's tastebuds to the chef -- omakase only up there. Sure it's a strip mall, but it's a Sunset Strip strip. Pricey, dark, sexy and expensive.
by blackbookmag on March 30, 2011 from blackbookmag
Citysearch Editorial Review:
Situated in an inconspicuous spot on the top floor of the same plaza that's home to Sunset Tan (remember that wreck of a reality TV show?), this sushi spot takes pride in being a hidden find. A...
by by Brandi Fowler at Citysearch on September 16, 2010 from Citysearch
Editorial Review:
Omakase to the max: This hidden strip mall find is where raw-fish foodies go for traditional sushi. (Don't dare ask for tempura or teriyaki.)
by by Contributor at Citysearch on December 10, 2008 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Traditional authentic sushi bar.
by cityvoter on July 05, 2013 from cityvoter