Current conditions unfortunately will not allow us to accommodate walk-in guests. Evening reservations can be made for either 6 p.m. or 8:15 p.m. seatings. Because guests are not presently permitted to wait inside the restaurant, we kindly request that patrons joining for the early seating be mindful that other guests might be arriving at 8:15 p.m. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Dinner reservations cancelled within 48 hours will be charged $150 per person.
Chef Hiro delivers the ultimate Edo style sushi experience, excellent service. Highly recommended. A+! どうもありがとうございます
Amazing experience. Some of the most incredible bites I’ve had in my life. Not super full after so be prepared for that, but that’s not the point of this experience. I’m blown away. Everything was delicious.
I can promise you can enjoy real sushi!
Mr. Hiro is amazing!!
Service is awesome and you should definitely expect top level service under this price. Other than that, i’d say overall is fair. Food is good quality but not sure about worth the price.
The food was excellent, but way overpriced. Increased the price for Omakase to $300 per person, but food does not support this price. There are several places to get high quality Omakase, which is the same quality at a much better value. I would not recommend this restaurant.
Chef Hiro delivers exceptional Edo style cuisine and exceptional service as always. A+ Thank you!
Chef Hiro is incredible. This was not our first time, and it is always amazing. We dream about his omakase menu and are down to try anything he puts in front of us.
Not worth the price $300+20% mandatory tip
The food was amazing. Each course was better than the last. The timing was spot on. Chef Hiro is extremely knowledgeable and courteous. We will be back.
Authentic Japanese Omakase! The chef is very professional! The sashimi is fresh! I like how the sauce combined with the sashimi together!! But Personally I prefer drier rice in the sushi. They are too wet for me tho.
The food was great but the overall experience was a bit lacking for a 1 Michelin star omakase. Granted we came for lunch so I didn’t expect the full dinner treatment, but we left feeling a bit lacking for a $200/person meal.
An immaculate experience, this is easily one of the best restaurants, sushi or otherwise, in all of Los Angeles. I absolutely adore Q, and hope to return here soon.
The omakase was extremely creative and tasty. When it came to the last few sushi dishes, I was too full to enjoy them. Go with an empty stomach definitely will help enjoying the food better.
The most beautifully crafted meal we've ever had. Watching the chef work his artistry was elegant and magical. Truly the best Omakase we've ever experienced and worth every penny. The service was impeccable and we can't wait to go back again soon!
Overall is good, traditional Omakase, and all the materials are imported from Japan.
Chef Hiro's mastery of Edomae on full display, excellent service as always. Technique, craftsmanship evident in each dish presented. Very safe dining experience, thank you very much! A+
This is no nonsense, straight ahead high level appreciation of Edo style sushi. Perfect sake pairing and quiet atmosphere draws your attention to the reason you came- seafood prepared exquisitely.
As always, Q does not disappoint. Q has followed all necessary protocols and has exceeded expectations. we will be back again soon.
My favorite sushi place. Always a wonderful experience. Food and presentation is tops! Nice ambience.
One of the best sushi experiences I had recently. I have had Michelin-rated sushi experiences but none other than this! The dining room was quiet, "masculine", I love the wooden theme in regards to decor. The food was out of this world! Chef Hiro clearly demonstrates his technique, passion, and precision on the tasting menu. The service was also amazing, she was present but not overcrowding during my dining reservation. She anticipated refilling my green tea at the perfect time. Not only she was knowledgeable but very kind and hospitable. My only complaint was the price, I had a similar 1-star sushi experience and it cost 1/2 of what I had but nevertheless, I loved everything from the moment I entered to the moment I left. I felt as if I was at home being cared for and the food delivered time and time again. I also loved the huge variety of seafood Chef Hiro offered. Thank you so much!
Best omakase we have EVER had!!!
The quality of a 2 michelin star Tokyo sushi place with the 1 star LA price.
Q was a very special experience. The ambiance and music was perfect, and the presentation felt like live theater. The selection of fish was incredible.
We were there last Friday to celebrate our 5th anniversary. It was quite and the interior Deco was well mixed of Chineses and Japanese deco. We were so excited about the food and we couldn't wait to taste our first dish. Food is avg sushi taste not worth $200 per person. I have been to many Michelin Japanese restaurants in many different countries and cities. The food wasn't outstanding, just an ave high-end restaurant level. Most of the time the server stayed inside the kitchen so that I couldn't ask for a glass of water. I was paying $600 for a dinner without a glass of water so I had to ask Chef. T
Ambiance, service, and food is what we pay for the dinner ($200), however, none of them were satisfied. 20% tips charged with the bill is not worth it.
Q was a wonderful experience, and I will be sure to come again next time I’m in LA.
Very small portions . Very very pricy for the quality and service. Will not go again. Way too much money for not much sushi
Delicious and overall wonderful experience. The chef and staff were friendly and warm.
Having experienced the very best NYC has to offer in terms of Omakase left me anxious and eager to attend with my wife. Absolutely phenomenal. The red snapper was fantastic. Sake pairings were excellent. The pacing was great and seemed to evolve in ways that made sense yet enlightened your senses. Next time I’m in town for business I’ll be sure to make another reservation. Much better than NYC offerings like Sushi Nakazawa $350 Omakases. This is my new benchmark for high end sushi. Yet another reason to move from NYC to LA.
Unbelievable experience. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the closest thing to Tokyo without leaving the states. This is perfection.
Very good food great cuts of fish. Would have been even better with one cooked item and or a piece of grade A5 wagu. The desert was really tradition but lack luster. I feel it needs something to really wow u the end.
An unparalleled omakase experience. Absolutely incredible evening!
quiet upscale small group 20 course omakase only- only raw fish no hot food at all. Good food great service luxurious ambience
Fantastic dining experience. Chef Hiro provides an amazing omakase in a traditional style with some of the best ingredients. Atmosphere and ambience is intimate and personal as he serves a limited number of diners each night so every piece of sushi is hand prepared b y him. A top class meal worthy of its Michelin star rating.
My husband and I were looking for a great sushi place to eat at on Valentine’s Day in LA. We are from Dallas and are used to spending extra to eat at 5 star restaurants where the fish is flown in daily from japan. The fish did seem slightly more fresh sans the extra 3 hour flight to Texas, which was a pleasant surprise.
With that being said, $525 total for omakase (we didn’t drink alcohol) for 2 should come with a better dining experience. Maybe a little more explanation about the fish and where it is from... maybe enforcing the “no pictures” rule. Not quite sure, but something was lacking.
This place was okay, but we’ll be going somewhere else next time we’re in LA. Also, the valet is part of another establishment next door which made the wait quite long. Not really sure how this place made the Michelin guide. Dinner felt somewhat rushed.
My biggest issue was with the final course— the egg cake. A traditional ending to omakase that was ruined when the chef placed the cake on the same surface he was cutting fish on. It was as if we could taste all 20 courses all over again. My suggestion would be to ditch desert, or find a more sanitary place to slice it.
Not particularly exciting sushi. Standard. I asked for just hot sake since the saki was pretty exclusive. It was $65. Didn’t seem worth it.
Q is my favorite sushi place to go to in LA. The fish is outstanding and changes with what is in season, and the service is impeccable.
The word "perfection" exists for this restaurant. Hiro-san is one of the best itamae's in the states. No chefs even in Manhattan can top him :)
Freshest sushi I have ever had. Excellent "chef's choice" selections. We will be back!
700$ for 15 sushi bites which each one taste like hell!!!!! i’ve been in many Omakase style in my life and this one was the worst!!!! It was a birthday dinner for my fiancé And I after we done with this horrible dinner and experience we left next-door to eat pizza because we was still hungry and discussed by the food we were served. I was so disappointed because I wanted to go to this place for a while. Please save yourself the money in the bed experience this place not deserve any Michelin star!!!!!
Q is rated 4.5 stars by 321 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.