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From Little Tokyo to the Valley’s “Sushi Row,” L.A. pairs rice and raw fish like nowhere else. With special attention to sustainability, we dive into the city’s number one cuisine. Here’s where to find the city’s best
In Japan, it takes years of work to earn the title of Sushi Chef. In L.A.? Not so much.
Defuse the sake bomb and step up your game with this primer on the most appetizing sushi sips
Niki Nakayama, chef and owner of N/Naka, explains the unexpected idiosyncrasy of being a female sushi chef.
Cheap sushi isn’t an oxymoron (or a health hazard). These four spots nail the quality-to-price ratio.
Help yourself to the conveyor belt history of the city's sushi scene
These rockin’ rolls may not be bona fide, but they’re proof that sometimes more is more
Seeing your fish before you order makes sense. But most sushi joints are small enough; you can view the offerings from your table
The California roll is in truth the epitome of a gateway food.
The story behind the most eye-catching page of this month’s magazine