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    any good sushi suggestions in ventura?? in the mood for sushi tonight
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAMBORYDER View Post
    I like Katsuya, Cut, Mr Chows, Crustacean, Javiers (oc) , Bazaar
    thx for the suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuce818 View Post
    Very true on the cafe-o being a nice stop by spot.

    I heard of another hookah/restaraunt in glendale but i forgot the name, i think its on brand, but im not sure.. I heard its really fancy, so im sure itll be a nice place to take a girl

    Kaffe Rouge has a real nice VIP spot on 3rd level, has beds and its very nice place to chill

    Ya before it became Zahle it was called Aquraium , i think oceans hookah and food is goood. i enjoy it
    maybe phoenicia? on central

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    Porterhouse Bistro in Beverly Hills 2 blocks from N La Cienega for steak.

    Katana on Sunset Blvd is one of my favorite spots for Japanese food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    Urasawa - best sushi

    Secret beef place - best beef

    Providence - best (cooked) seafod

    Mozza - best pizza

    Il Grano - best pasta / italian


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    I'm raising a topic from the past...

    Above you mentioned "Secret beef place". Could you let me know where this is?

    I actually went to some hole in the wall somewhere in LA, ran by japanese people. Definitely a unique place to eat as the appearance from the outside would easily deter anyone from actually wanting to walk in. When you actually get in however, it's definitely one of those "secret" places that just shines with their cooking techniques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easy888 View Post
    Chuck,

    I'm raising a topic from the past...

    Above you mentioned "Secret beef place". Could you let me know where this is?

    I actually went to some hole in the wall somewhere in LA, ran by japanese people. Definitely a unique place to eat as the appearance from the outside would easily deter anyone from actually wanting to walk in. When you actually get in however, it's definitely one of those "secret" places that just shines with their cooking techniques.

    it's on Pico - is that the place?


    i'll add one to the list: Georges Modern in La Jolla is one of the most impressive restaurants in America - really surprised - topic of my last blog article: ChuckEats Georges California Modern (La Jolla, CA) – Of the Place

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    it's on Pico - is that the place?


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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post
    it's on Pico - is that the place?


    i'll add one to the list: Georges Modern in La Jolla is one of the most impressive restaurants in America - really surprised - topic of my last blog article: ChuckEats Georges California Modern (La Jolla, CA) – Of the Place

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    Chuck, yep that's the one. On Pico. I remember the windows were gated up or the curtains drawn or something. Basically you couldn't see inside.

    What was that place called again? I lost touch and wouldn't mind going back. It's been at least 8~9 years since I was there. Are they still around?

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    There are a select few people on L4P that are "go to's" for certain things. Chuck is THEE go to for food/restaurants.

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