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

After gaining acclaim in Woodland Hills with creative, impeccably sourced omakase, the Brothers Sushi is ready to test the waters on the Westside
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...
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