When Sugarfish announced that they would be debuting a new concept at Coachella this year, affordable sushi fans across Southern California rejoiced. Not the carb hating ones, of course, because the new concept is still just as much about rice as it is about fish. But us rice loving sushi bargain hunters could barely contain our excitement. The originators of L.A.’s best omakase deal were giving their signature item, the blue crab hand roll, its very own restaurant.
And it didn’t disappoint. Kazu Nori debuted in the desert this past April to mostly rave reviews. 3 rolls for $15 seemed like an amazing deal at a music festival where a slice of pizza costs $7. And now that their Downtown brick and mortar is finally open, you might be surprised to find out the deal has gotten even better. Like, you-can-almost-actually-get-a-Midtown-Lunch-at-this-place, better.