Sushi Eyake

★★★★★

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Please be careful when dining here.
This is a horrible sushi place that doesn't even have a real sushi chef, just some minimum wage employee rolling out sushi. Made me ill. I know for a fact because I had not eaten all day and within 2

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★★★★★

Please be careful when dining here.
This is a horrible sushi place that doesn't even have a real sushi chef, just some minimum wage employee rolling out sushi. Made me ill. I know for a fact because I had not eaten all day and within 2

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My boyfriend took me here for Dinner a few weeks ago, I was really surprised the sushi was really fresh and the rolls were different and fun.

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★★★★★

My boyfriend took me here for Dinner a few weeks ago, I was really surprised the sushi was really fresh and the rolls were different and fun.

Pros: Good fresh Sushi

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Great casual place for fresh sushi! The rolls are huge and the prices are good. The rolls are extremely creative and the waitresses/sushi chefs are very friendly. The service is super fast and it is pretty easy to find a parking spot. I love to pick this up on my way home from work!

2
★★★★★

Great casual place for fresh sushi! The rolls are huge and the prices are good. The rolls are extremely creative and the waitresses/sushi chefs are very friendly. The service is super fast and it is pretty easy to find a parking spot. I love to pick this up on my way home from work!

Pros: very fresh sushi, good prices, good lunch special

Cons: pretty small

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I get my sushi from this place ALL the time- dining and delivery! The udon noodle, shrimp tempura, salmon, and tuna are so good. Do not under estimate the appearance of this place.

2
★★★★★

I get my sushi from this place ALL the time- dining and delivery! The udon noodle, shrimp tempura, salmon, and tuna are so good. Do not under estimate the appearance of this place.

Pros: great service

Cons: dragon roll is not recommended

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I used to love going here. I honestly felt it was some of the best sushi in LA. I got very sick once and stayed away for a while. I went back and all was good and yummy. 1 month later, I got very sick again. This time I was flying to New York and ended up being asked to leave the plane because I was so sick. When eating sushi, you need to be careful anyway but the second time around made me so violently ill that it will be hard to go back to this restaurant.

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★☆☆☆☆

I used to love going here. I honestly felt it was some of the best sushi in LA. I got very sick once and stayed away for a while. I went back and all was good and yummy. 1 month later, I got very sick again. This time I was flying to New York and ended up being asked to leave the plane because I was so sick. When eating sushi, you need to be careful anyway but the second time around made me so violently ill that it will be hard to go back to this restaurant.

Pros: used to be great

Cons: not fresh fish or not handled well

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My beau and I have been driving past this place for a year and never even noticed it's there. A few months ago i finally took notice and decided I'd look into but it wasn't until yesterday that I decided to look it up on here and Citysearch to see what people thought, well the good reviews across the map were enough to convince me and we went for dinner last night. You guys did NOT dissapoint!!

From the outside it looks so shabby that you're not expecting the quaint, authentic, comfy and AIR CONDITIONED feel you get as you enter the doors. The wait staff was so friendly and attentive, which is always a plus, they were so ontop of their job without giving you that feeling that you're being rushed, they're just PROMPT! We ordered sake and a large Sapporo to start along with the Tempura Jalapeno appetizer (only 4.75 and DELICIOUS) a jalapeno stuffed with crab and veggies and then tempura battered and deep fried!! We then had the Spicy Tuna tartar, again AMAZING, the fish was so fresh ontop of PLENTY of succulent avocado over a bed of lettuce with a delicious ginger soy dressing YUMMMM!! Then we had the crunchy roll and the LOBSTER roll, a simple california roll topped with delicious "lobster nibblers" as my boyfriend calls them. All in all, the meal was FAR above both of our expectations and we didn't even finish it all though believe me, we definitely tried. We ordered one more Large Sapporo and still walked out of there spending just $60, YOU CAN'T ARGUE WITH THAT!!!!! So glad we discovered this little taste of heaven, less than a mile from our house we will DEFINITELY be regulars!!

2
★★★★★

My beau and I have been driving past this place for a year and never even noticed it's there. A few months ago i finally took notice and decided I'd look into but it wasn't until yesterday that I decided to look it up on here and Citysearch to see what people thought, well the good reviews across the map were enough to convince me and we went for dinner last night. You guys did NOT dissapoint!!

From the outside it looks so shabby that you're not expecting the quaint, authentic, comfy and AIR CONDITIONED feel you get as you enter the doors. The wait staff was so friendly and attentive, which is always a plus, they were so ontop of their job without giving you that feeling that you're being rushed, they're just PROMPT! We ordered sake and a large Sapporo to start along with the Tempura Jalapeno appetizer (only 4.75 and DELICIOUS) a jalapeno stuffed with crab and veggies and then tempura battered and deep fried!! We then had the Spicy Tuna tartar, again AMAZING, the fish was so fresh ontop of PLENTY of succulent avocado over a bed of lettuce with a delicious ginger soy dressing YUMMMM!! Then we had the crunchy roll and the LOBSTER roll, a simple california roll topped with delicious "lobster nibblers" as my boyfriend calls them. All in all, the meal was FAR above both of our expectations and we didn't even finish it all though believe me, we definitely tried. We ordered one more Large Sapporo and still walked out of there spending just $60, YOU CAN'T ARGUE WITH THAT!!!!! So glad we discovered this little taste of heaven, less than a mile from our house we will DEFINITELY be regulars!!

Pros: Ambiance, Service, Food, Air Conditioning, Not too crowded

Cons: Limited parking

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I was soooo glad when Sushi Eyaki opened up in my neighborhood. The sushi is fantastic, as are the cooked dishes and the service is always really great. Right now, my favorite thing there is the summer roll, but I think that it's a seasonal special, so get it while it's on the menu. My kids love the udon and we all love the spicy chicken yaki and the beef roll. This is really a neighborhood treasure and I hope it's around for many years to come.

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★★★★★

I was soooo glad when Sushi Eyaki opened up in my neighborhood. The sushi is fantastic, as are the cooked dishes and the service is always really great. Right now, my favorite thing there is the summer roll, but I think that it's a seasonal special, so get it while it's on the menu. My kids love the udon and we all love the spicy chicken yaki and the beef roll. This is really a neighborhood treasure and I hope it's around for many years to come.

Pros: sushi, udon, fabulous service

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I don't know what kind of budget you're on but this place is not pricey at all. I've been there several times with my belly full on 20 bucks. (sometimes less.) The staff has always been accommodating and friendly and the sushi has always been fresh and tasty. :) Their udon is awesome! I always get the Udon with grilled chicken. Try it... it's great. Their special rolls are large enough to consider them a small entree.
P.S. They now serve alcohol. So when they said "they're working on it." I guess they really were.

2
★★★★★

I don't know what kind of budget you're on but this place is not pricey at all. I've been there several times with my belly full on 20 bucks. (sometimes less.) The staff has always been accommodating and friendly and the sushi has always been fresh and tasty. :) Their udon is awesome! I always get the Udon with grilled chicken. Try it... it's great. Their special rolls are large enough to consider them a small entree.
P.S. They now serve alcohol. So when they said "they're working on it." I guess they really were.

Pros: casual, comfy neighborhood spot

Cons: none

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I discovered Sushi Eyaki through a friend about a year ago. Since then I have been hooked! Their sushi is amazing, the service is fabulous and the udon soup in the best in town. If you like fresh fish, and amazing rolls go here! If you're looking for something a little different get the Alex Roll (spicy tuna on deep fried rice). My favortie on the menu is the Udon and spicy tuna combo.

2
★★★★★

I discovered Sushi Eyaki through a friend about a year ago. Since then I have been hooked! Their sushi is amazing, the service is fabulous and the udon soup in the best in town. If you like fresh fish, and amazing rolls go here! If you're looking for something a little different get the Alex Roll (spicy tuna on deep fried rice). My favortie on the menu is the Udon and spicy tuna combo.

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Highly recommended. Great atmosphere, friendly sushi men and waitresses, and most important, delicable food!

2
★★★★★

Highly recommended. Great atmosphere, friendly sushi men and waitresses, and most important, delicable food!

Pros: Prompt seating, many freebies, friendly atmosphere

Cons: none

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I call this a hidden spot not because it's hard to find, but because it's never crowded (and there's only one other review on CSearch). Honestly, I don't understand why it's not packed full all the time. My girlfriend and I both agree that it's some of the best sushi we've ever had. The fish has always been fresh, and they often give "service" (complimentary dishes). We've gotten free sashimi 4 out of 6 visits. They play mellow reggae music, which strikes me as odd since I've never associated Japanese or Koreans with rasta. Surprisingly, it doesn't detract from the atmosphere at all, and adds a younger, more casual vibe to the sushi experience. The chefs are always smiling and having fun, and the waitress has always been very attentive to our table.
The price isn't budget range sushi, but it also isn't exorbitant. My dinners with my girlfriend usually run in the $45 range (please consider we drink sodas and not sake), and this gets us a couple appetizers, an entree we share, some nigiri, and a roll or two. If you don't like sushi, they have a large selection of fried dishes (try the White Dragon Roll), and many cooked entrees like beef or chicken yaki.
If there is a downside, it's the limited (but free) parking in the plaza they're located in. We've never had to park on the street, but it's been close a few times. As much as I don't want people crowding into my secret spot, I have to highly recommend a visit to Eyaki. You will love the atmosphere, the service, and the food.

2
★★★★★

I call this a hidden spot not because it's hard to find, but because it's never crowded (and there's only one other review on CSearch). Honestly, I don't understand why it's not packed full all the time. My girlfriend and I both agree that it's some of the best sushi we've ever had. The fish has always been fresh, and they often give "service" (complimentary dishes). We've gotten free sashimi 4 out of 6 visits. They play mellow reggae music, which strikes me as odd since I've never associated Japanese or Koreans with rasta. Surprisingly, it doesn't detract from the atmosphere at all, and adds a younger, more casual vibe to the sushi experience. The chefs are always smiling and having fun, and the waitress has always been very attentive to our table.
The price isn't budget range sushi, but it also isn't exorbitant. My dinners with my girlfriend usually run in the $45 range (please consider we drink sodas and not sake), and this gets us a couple appetizers, an entree we share, some nigiri, and a roll or two. If you don't like sushi, they have a large selection of fried dishes (try the White Dragon Roll), and many cooked entrees like beef or chicken yaki.
If there is a downside, it's the limited (but free) parking in the plaza they're located in. We've never had to park on the street, but it's been close a few times. As much as I don't want people crowding into my secret spot, I have to highly recommend a visit to Eyaki. You will love the atmosphere, the service, and the food.

Pros: Food, atmosphere, service

Cons: None.

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I come in about once a week for lunch. The service is always great and the prices are very reasonable. And the food! It's all standard Japanese fair, but they do it well. Parking is availble either in the strip mall or on side streets.

2
★★★★★

I come in about once a week for lunch. The service is always great and the prices are very reasonable. And the food! It's all standard Japanese fair, but they do it well. Parking is availble either in the strip mall or on side streets.

Pros: food, lunch specials, clean

 

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