11622 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA | Directions 9160434.140541 -118.385553
Mon - Thu, 11:30am - 10pm; Fri - Sat, noon - 10:30pm; Sun, noon - 9pm
There are 30 Plus Sushi Restaurants near Midori.... – The worst. Really. All you can eat of imitation crab...The rolls were terrible...old chewy pieces of fish and too much rich. Fish has never been this dead. We were seated at the bar, served by the least attentive Sushi chef, who wiped his nose constantly with his sleeve...mmmm mmmm good. Next to us were two patrons who were devouring food, literally with both hands. Obviously regulars, they alone are a reason to avoid Midori. Yes, it is "all you can eat" but why bother. On the way out, the valet tried to charge us a second time. All you can pay. Seriously, there are at least 5 better sushi places within walking distance, even for "all you can eat." (Acashi on Radford)
Editorial Review – Popular local sushi chain proffers funky rolls, party trays, all-you-cat-eat specials and traditional sashimi.
this used to be our sushi spot, however now we go to the one in tarzana. this place has good sushi however the service is horrible. they use to be better but i guess the hype and their popularity got to their heads because now they don't even take care of you anymore. last time i went there, we ran out of sushi and it took them like 10mins before they came and got our 2nd order and then another 15 or so mins for the food to come out. other than that the sushi is good and fresh
AWESOME.FRESH.DELICIOUS – I've traveled quite a bit and thsi is the BEST SUSHI i've ever had. Maeda offers typical Japanese cuisine on top of their many specialy rolls, sashimi and sushi. You may order a la carte or go for the all you can eat special, which ranges from $18.00 - $23.00 depending on day of week and time of day. Parking is horrible, but if you park a few blocks away the walk is welcomed after such a "hearty" meal. The staff is curteous and attentive.
Good; not best – Maeda has great sushi but I can't say that it is the best in Southern California. The place had a bit of a unpleasant smell but the good sushi and friendly vibe were enough to take my mind, I mean nose, off of it. The all-you-can-eat for $22 certainly isn't cheap and you may find it difficult to eat your worth with the huge rolls they dish out.
Made for Maeda – Maeda is, hands-down, the best sushi place in Southern California. The selection is wonderful, the chefs are friendly , and the prices are more than reasonable. I'm probably a little biased since I, probably, go to Maeda once a week.
Parking is difficult to find sometimes and it gets pretty crowded Friday and Saturday nights. I recommend sitting at the bar...it's a much better experience. Oh yea...before I forget....try the Tataki and the fresh Ono.
This place is heaven on earth.
An All You Can Eat Treat – The best all-you-can-eat sushi in town, I first checked this place out when I moved into a house around the corner. Lo and behold, Capt. Kirk (William Shatner) was enjoying what I would soon find out is a top-notch sushi joint. AYCE sushi with fresh pieces of fish so big that they "drape over" the rice and $10-12 specialty rolls included in the AYCE menu. For value and quality, you CAN'T beat this place. Even under just the quality criteria, nothing I've had beats this place.
My Local Sushi Bar – We first went to this above average all you can eat sushi bar a year or so ago and have not gone anywhere else since. The value and quality are amazing! Since then, we have gotten to know the sushi chefs: Bass, Jay and Mr. Yu - they are all great. Since this is an all you can eat situation, it is always a good idea to try new things. We have been exposed to so many new and wonderful things. I would recommend this place to anyone.
My Favorite Sushi Place – I love this place. The Sushi chefs are fun people and make you feel at home. I like having them choose what Sushi to try. The BSC roll is awesome. Its baked scallops on top of california rolls. Make sure you get a seat at the bar. If not it takes a lot longer for service. Can't beat the price either. $20.00 for all you can eat great Sushi.
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