Unlike a lot of affordable sushi places, Sushi Time’s bread and butter is not its lunch deals. In fact, it’s not even open for lunch. This small spot in Beverly Grove is easily the best option for a reasonable sushi dinner in the neighborhood. Most of their sushi and sashimi runs in the $5-$8 range and all daily specials are written on pieces of paper stapled to the wall. The yellowtail, sweet shrimp, and amberjack are great here.
More spots in Beverly GroveSee more
Chao Krung is one of the oldest Thai restaurants in LA with a newly revamped menu that’s tremendous.
The Whisper Restaurant & Lounge
The Whisper looks like another mediocre mall restaurant, but the food and drinks at this spot inside The Grove are surprisingly not-awful.
Terroni is a casual Italian joint in Beverly Grove with aggressively mediocre food, but a really fun atmosphere.
More Sushi spotsSee more
SUGARFISH | Santa Monica
Expect the usual at Sugarfish in Marina del Rey - the best affordable sushi in Los Angeles.
A meal at Beverly Hills’ Urasawa is one of the most expensive in the country, but the omakase is a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience.
Suggested by our writers
Hara might not be the best sushi in LA, but its fun, affordable, and downright infectious.
Sushi Nishi-Ya might have a weird location on the Glendale/Burbank border, but this is an omakase experience worth driving for.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more