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Sushi Note Omakase

  • Restaurants
  • Beverly Hills
  • price 4 of 4
  • Recommended
Sushi Note Omakase
Photograph: Courtesy Michael Aguilar

Time Out says

Within the underground parking structure of a Rodeo Drive shopping center lies the omakase-only follow-up to Sushi Note, chef Kiminobu Saito’s popular Sherman Oaks sushi bar. As with the original, Sushi Note Omakase offers two wine pairings, though the real prize is the 20-course $190 tasting experience that includes appetizers, impeccably crafted nigiri, a delicate toro and Japanese pickle hand roll and special-order yuzu gelato made by Hollywood’s Gelato Festival. While the price point is naturally higher than the 818 original, Saito and his apprentice Earl Aguilar make sure the more premium offering at Sushi Note Omakase still delivers in terms of deliciousness and overall value, particular for the area. The restaurant also offers a shorter, more affordable 12-course omakase ($125) at 4pm, though we recommend springing for the full experience.

Patricia Kelly Yeo
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Patricia Kelly Yeo


421 N Rodeo Dr
Beverly Hills
Opening hours:
Wed–Sun 4pm, 6pm, 8:30pm seatings
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