I didn't know Hasu kitchen is Yakitori place. I thought it's more like Izakaya. Hasu is a hidden gem restaurant in Torrance. It's very reasonable and most items are between $3-5. Costumers are 98% Japanese. It seems like Japanese people come here after work to have Asahi or Sapporo beer with Yakitori (yes, I was watching other people.) There was only one server but she did good. Food was good.
Shari-Shari orange $6
Crispy onion Albacore $6
Negima (chicken and onion) $2.25 each
Pork belly $2.50, kobe beef $3.50, chicken breast $2.50, Thigh $2.25
chicken meat balls $2.50, Quail egg $2.50. Tomato, shishito & sausage $2.80
Pork Belly with cod roe $2.80 each
There were cod roe under seaweed.
Octopus shaped kurobuta sausage $2
Extra greasy but good
Seared kobe beef $6
Each slice was smaller than I expected but nice flavor.
Chicken soup with noodles
Flavored ground chicken bowl $4
Black sesame cheesecake $5
Rating: 3.8 / 5
Service: 4 / 5
Hasu Kitchen of Japan
2106 W Artesia Blvd
Torrance, CA 90504
Mon, Wed-Fri 12 pm - 1:30 pm
Mon, Wed-Sat 5:30 pm - 10 pm
Sun 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm