Sushi Note

Stories about Sushi Note

Take-Out Tip of the Day: Hand Rolls to Go at Sōgo Roll Bar

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • May 20, 2020

Sushi Note in Sherman Oaks, recently reopened for takeout and delivery. You can get cut versions of their great hand rolls, like salmon with yuzu and albacore kari kari—a divine combo of brandy-soaked albacore, garlic, and ginger. And, speaking of Sushi

Note, it’s now also offering takeout. You can order a la carte—don’t miss the gravlax sushi—or go for the Half Note sampler. The $45 combo includes edamame and shishito peppers, eight pieces of sushi, and a tuna cut roll.

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L.A.’s 10 Best New Restaurants of 2020

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • December 21, 2020

casual spot for sushi rolls ($5.50-$7 each)—an offshoot of the more high-end Sushi Note in Sherman Oaks—had been open only six weeks and was just gaining traction when the first shutdown went into effect in March. It closed completely for two months, and

popular, and business has rightfully improved. Sogo’s rice is cooked with the same careful consideration and seasoning that sushi master Kiminobu Saito uses at Sushi Note, and it manages to maintain a great temperature and texture, even when being

Spring 2021 L.A. restaurants: Best outdoor dining amid COVID

Bill Addison, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • May 14, 2021

again eating nigiri from chefs just seconds after they’ve finished molding fish with rice, there’s the remarkably lovely streetside scape that Sushi Note has created. Miles Davis recordings launch a sort of sonic force field around the tables outside the

restaurant’s façade, while servers hustle to deliver plates of chef Kiminobu Saito’s citrus-buzzed sashimi and pure, balanced sushi. Sushi Note sits across the street from Augustine wine bar, and Sushi Note’s tightly edited and always interesting beverage

The best bars and restaurants for drinking wine in L.A.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 6, 2020

. Dinner comes from two pop-ups in weekly residency: Metztli Taqueria (I vouch for the oozy hot chicken molita) and Adia Pasta. 751 N. Virgil Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 922-6037, Sushi Note Sushi Note’s beverage list is brief: a dozen or so wines

might happen to have open (they’re often listed on a chalkboard near the entrance), and he’s keen to create a pairing to match chef Kiminobu Saito’s omakase that’s tailored to your interests. Sushi Note sits across the street from Augustine wine bar