Jan 30, 2013

Izakaya Hachi - West L.A.


I came here for Nabe (hot pot) back in Nov, 2011 because my fried told me their hot pot is delicious. Well, before we order hot pot, we ordered way too much food, we ended up not eating hot pot. But that's ok. The food was very good here. The service was a bit slow but they were friendly. Also you can keep the bottle (shochu) if you want to.

Menu (Nov, 2011). You can get full menu online.

Hot pot menu. We came here for this..


Kobe beef BBQ salad $8.50
Sauteed been on very thinly sliced cabbage with garlic sesame dressing. Really tasty.

Dashimaki tamago $6.50
Japanese rolled egg omelet cooked with original broth

Assorted 5 skewers $12
Pork belly & green onion, chicken wing, chicken meatballs, Kurobuta pork sausage

Sushi. Salmon roe $6.50, Albacore $4.50, and Red snapper (I think) $6

Yokohama Chicken Shumai $6.50
Home made chicken shumai dumpling. This shumai was not my favorite.

Tonkotsu ramen $9.50
Thick noodle. In my opinion, it was better than Shinsengumi.

Ishiyaki Hitsumabushi $8.50 (It's $14.50 now. Yes, eel is very expensive now)
Grilled teriyaki freshwater eel top on the rice served in a sizzling stone pot. You eat just like Bibim bop, don't freak out if your server start mixing all.

dessert menu

Rating : 4.3 / 5
Service: 3.8 / 5
Repeat: Yes

Izakaya Hachi
12009 Wilshire Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90025

(310) 473-9603



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