The Brothers Sushi

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L.A. special occasion takeout and delivery recommendations

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 15, 2020

included. Pickup only. 1050 Flower St., Los Angeles, (213) 749-1460, Nigiri and a cut roll from the Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills. (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times) The Brothers Sushi Mark Okuda, a longtime chef at Studio City’s Asanebo

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A San Fernando Valley Sushi Superstar Is Coming Soon to Santa Monica

Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • August 24, 2021

Valley sushi superstar Mark Okuda has some things to prove on the Westside. “People see Valley sushi as more like rolls,” says Okuda, who’s working to open a Santa Monica outpost of the Brothers Sushi in October. “I want to show them that we use

fresh, seasonal, and dry-aged ingredients.” In 2018, Okuda took over the Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills and transformed a neighborhood restaurant into one of the city’s top spots for serious omakase. He believes Santa Monica and the surrounding areas

Top chefs pick the best Los Angeles restaurants right now

Jenn Harris, Stephanie Breijo • Los Angeles Times • August 25, 2022

." 13826 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, (818) 698-1009, THE BROTHERS SUSHI "They are not far from our house. I love sushi and I’ve known Mark [Okuda] for a long time, even before when he was at Asanebo. He opened this beautiful restaurant. If you

L.A. restaurants rush to reopen amid COVID-19

Lila Seidman, Luke Money, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 26, 2021

of months. It’s prohibitively expensive to close an ongoing business.” “Now I can rehire or bring a lot of my existing staff members back into the rotation,” said Mark Okuda, chef-owner of The Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills. Okuda said he spent