I didn't realize this was called Sushi Go 55 lol. Been here before with family some years back. Thought it was just okay. Definitely changed my mind last night with the impeccable service and quality of food. The sushi chef who prepared my meal last night was very meticulous and paid much attentuon to the detail--cut of fish, amount of rice and seasoning. It was much appreciated it. The atmosphere was quaint and welcoming. Dining alone proved quite the experience. Would recommend you try that as well as to have 100% focus on your meal. Aside from dining alone, it's also a great place to bring your date, family or a small group of friends. Would come back here again! Other pointers: -Takes card -Validates parking if you parked at the Little Tokyo Plaza parking structure that is adjacent to the main building.
Really great, fresh, well prepared food. The sushi chef was very friendly and attentive too.
Great traditional sushi. There is seasoning on the sushi, but none of the new heavy sticky sauces.
Amazingly authentic experience I haven’t had since the shibuya district, Master Morishita and his family take true pride in the art of the craft. For an hour today I wasn’t in LA I was in Tokyo.
I loved the sushi and the tempura. The temaki sushi is quite nice since they clearly use very fresh ingredients. Very authentic too. ごちそうさまでした！
Sashimi Roll was one of the best rolls I have ever ever had.....And, I eat a lot of ushi rolls. New favorite restaurant. Will definitely return.
My boyfriend took me for birthday dinner last night. It was so good! I ordered scallop, sea urchin, eel, shrimp, and tuna nigiri. Everything tasted so fresh. We'll definitely come back.
Excellent service, the food was very fresh and amazing
Great sushi and great service. Highly recommend. Located in cute indoor Japanese market area.
Fresh fish, reasonable price
Impressive. Not a normal sushi restaurant...an experience. The food Is really top level
Nothing but quality and excellent execution. Very unassuming place. I definitely dropped some cash on my meal, but it was well worth it. The staff was great, too. This is certainly the best sushi I've had in L.A.
Brilliant composition, plating, and freshness. Service is superb. Arguably among the best sushi restaurants in Los Angeles. The "Two Box" chiroshi is a strong choice for lunch. It comes quickly, is beautiful, and features generous portions of sashimi. The fish variety is great, ranging from toro pieces (expensive belly cuts), to tommogo (homemade sweet omelette). I counted 8 different proteins in my fish box. Garnishes are fantastic and include picked eggplant and masago along with shiso leaf, nori slivers and much more. Highly recommended.
First time was a memorable and wonderful experience--more than satisfied. It's hard to find places with good and fresh quality clam, especially, Orange clam! Second time, Chef Tomu(?) prepared everything so carefully, beautifully and most importantly deliciously. He was so sweet and considerate when I started taking pictures by helping me also. Truly a great experience with the food AND customer service. Thank you!
A little slow with the noodles, good food, nice staff.
Tucked away in the corner, on the third floor of a mall, this small restaurant fills up fast. It's a reassuring sign especially when there are quite a few restaurants to choose from in the mall, and you are going to the popular one. The hostess and the owner greeted guests promptly and with courtesy. The waitresses were attentive. The menu had no pictures, but descriptive. The food, is simply good.
It was amazing,pricing but very good food, very fresh
One of my favorite sushi restaurants in Little Tokyo. Consistently good on every level.
I've sushi in a few different places, but this really beats them all. For me, the standard by which I will judge all others going forward.
High-quality, traditional Japanese food that is reasonably priced. You won't find any weird sushi rolls with cream cheese or mayonnaise. The food is really consistently good. There's not much to complain about here except that the restaurant is small and sometimes hard to get in to. I love their pickles here--it's not on the menu. Ask for oshinko. This place also claims to be the second sushi restaurant in the United States (though they moved so the location is not original).