Feb 19, 2013

Torafuku - West L.A.

Torafuku is known for their kamado rice. But I've heard this place is not good as it used to be. Well, my friend agreed it, also not busy as it used to be. My friend told me Tthey used to have more workers in the kitchen / sushi area. But the food was still good though. The service was very good too. They also have happy hour.

The menu is also available online. CLICK HERE.


I got Torafuku Omakase dinner $27
Rice, miso soup, fried shrimp and pork, salmon, pickles, tofu, assorted sashimi
I think rice is all you can eat. If you want more, they'll bring you more.














Dinner set menu














Salad













Salmon, it was very oily













Fried shrimp and pork tender with tartar sauce













homemade tofu
so soft like melt in your mouth














Today's special



















Snapper "Tai" carpaccio with Yuzu juice and white truffle salt $18
..was flavorful












Wagyu hire nakaochi  skewers $15













Blue crab hand roll wrapped with soy paper $8
Lots of crab inside,  loved it.













Tamago sushi $4
Egg omlet was not too sweet and it had good dashi flavor.














Grilled daifuku mochi with kinako roasted soy bean powder and caramel sauce topping $5.50
with sweet red bean stuffing and a scoop of black sesame ice cream














Rating: 4 / 5
Service: 4 / 5
Repeat: Yes

Torafuku
10914 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064

(310) 470-0014

Mon-Sat 12 pm - 2:30 pm
Mon-Sun 6 pm - 10 pm

http://www.torafuku-usa.com/

http://www.yelp.com/biz/torafuku-restaurant-los-angeles

 Torafuku on Urbanspoon

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