501 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9001534.043471 -118.260944
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Central LA, South Park
Yojie in Los Angeles, CA is swishing Japanese fondue to a ne – Let?s start swishing! All shabu shabu dishes are served with assorted fresh vegetables, shirataki, udon & harusame noodles, tofu, Japanese mushrooms, and seaweed. This dish is also accompanied with free refills of rice, Goma, and Ponzu sauce. Sakana is 6oz. sashimi grade Atlantic salmon, thinly sliced and beautifully arranged on a plate. The fish is so fresh it can be eaten raw like sashimi or swished once or twice in the hot pot. Don?t forget to start cooking your vegetables. They help flavor the water which in turn adds flavor your noodles and meat. The sauces are wonderful as well. Experiment with the sauces and add spicy pepper oil, green onions, daikon, or Japanese ground pepper. Thumbs up!
All sukiyaki dishes are served with assorted accompaniment as the shabu shabu entrees. This dish is also paired with warishita sweet broth, a fresh egg for dipping, and free refills of rice. The Geisha is 5 oz. certified Angus beef, thinly sliced, and beautifully arranged on a plate. The meat is so fresh, you can eat it Carpaccio-style or do a quick one-two swish inside the broth, dunk it into the egg, and eat with your rice. This is very unique as most shabu shabu restaurants don?t offer sukiyaki. The broth is flavorful and you can tell that a lot of research and ?love? went into this broth. It?s like a good wine ? flavors are compacted and tantalize the taste buds. Thumbs up!
The great thing about Japanese food is that it is filling, yet light. You?ll definitely have room for dessert. The Chocolate Fondue comes in 4 decadent chocolate flavors: milk, dark, red velvet, and their signature green tea chocolate. The Green Tea Chocolate is made with white chocolate and presented with a wonderful green tea color. For your dipping pleasure, a plate of bananas, strawberries, pound cake, rice crispy treats, red velvet cake and marshmallows accompanies the chocolate. The best dipper is the rice crispies. The chocolate gets stuck in the nooks and crannies of the treat. It?s a lovely ending to a great Japanese meal. Thumbs up!
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