@nbaida and I have eaten a LOT of sushi over the years. Here's the good ones
  1. Matsuda
    A neighborhood gem in Studio City. Kiwami quality at Teru prices. Order the chef's choice, you won't be disappointed
  2. Asanebo
    I just had my birthday dinner here. World class. Get the king salmon, or yellowtail with miso. Also, I think I saw @PaulScheer there, and that dude has good taste
  3. Nozawa Bar
    The hidden back-room at Sugar Fish Beverly Hills. The most unique meal I've ever had. It's 20 or so courses, and, being omakase, you have no choice in what comes out, but it's all delightfully unique. Get your date to pay for it
  4. KazuNori
    By the folks who brought you Sugarfish. Only hand rolls, super cheap but SUPER high quality. Get the Toro
  5. Kiwami
    Katsuya's fancy older brother. True story, I've left the Emmys multiple times to come here to get a late dinner. Totally worth it. Order the baked crab hand rolls
  6. Katsuya
    The original. Fantastic fish in a... "Retro" environment. Much better than at the SLS-branded outposts around town. Get the snapper
  7. Kazu
    George Clooney's favorite place. Seriously. The last time we ate there, @nbaida freaked out as he walked behind our table. Get the Kumamoto oysters
  8. Sugarfish
    They're ubiquitous, but still fantastic. Get the Nozawa
  9. Jinpachi
    An actual hidden gem. Tiny restaurant, good for a date. Get anything. It's all pretty tasty
  10. The rest
    There's tons more out there, from the good (Teru) to the horrible (Crazy Rock'n Sushi) to the just plain weird (Sushi J's Blues). Let me know what we should try next!
  11. Sushi Gen? Sasabune?
    Suggested by @bobbyhundreds
  12. Sushi park?
    Suggested by @alibaron
  13. I second Sushi Gen.
    Suggested by @sharris
  14. Go's Mart
    Suggested by @joshthecook
  15. Sushi Time
    Not the top of my list, but a good stand by for sure!
    Suggested by @jujujerni
  16. Sushi Zo
    The original on National.
    Suggested by @doree