Ventura Blvd. is full of delicious and affordable sushi spots you can go to once a week, so let us help you prioritize- go to Dojo first. Located in a big shopping center with easy parking (a major perk in Sherman Oaks), this casual spot has excellent, fresh fish at reasonable prices (lunch specials hover in the $15 range) and massive flat screen TVs playing boring midday sports that you can mindlessly stare at. Just don’t leave without getting some red snapper nigiri. It’s $8 for two pieces and lightly brushed with addiction fuel.
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