I like Sushi Gen. The atmosphere is nice, but the food is okay for the price. There are a few other sushi resturants in Little Tokyo that I don't want to name because I'm afraid they're going to get too crowded when I come to LA.
For example, on a sashimi deluxe dinner... they give you a pretty full plate of fish, but 1/3 of it are tartare like chopped up fish mixed with scallions... which really are just leftovers that are packaged to look like something fancy. For 3 people on Feb 10, 2006, it cost $120 for a sashimi deluxe dinner, mixed a la carte sushi that we picked, yellowtail collar, 1 salad, 2 miso soups and a 1 glass of wine, and 1 diet coke. Don't get me wrong. The food is good... but the price isn't.
Be there 10 to 15 min before they open for lunch at 11:30. There is always a long line, so Sushi Gen is easy to find.
I go there for Sashim lunch special. Even if you wait 15 to 20 mins to get a seat, wait is well worth it. The best sahimi for the price!!!!
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