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About Shiki Beverly Hills
Shiki Beverly Hills will feature both omakase and a la carte dining using authentic ingredients imported directly from Japan.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm.
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm.
Sunday Dinner: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room
Hidden treasure on north canyon
I went there twice and both time I ordered sushi omakase. Everything was fresh and some appetizer dishes are very creative. Service is exquisite. The only down side is that air condition was to cold. I understand it's better that way for freshness of fish, but the entire dining hall made me feel like i was in the frosen food isle in a grocery market. I will definitely come back again.
It's just okay
I eat out all the time around Beverly Hills and WEHO, this place by Beverly Hills standards is a bust. The decor is like an Asian restaurant in the Valley not Beverly Hills, the food was decent but for the price I should have just gone to Koi or Nobu. For the price much better Sushi in BH.
Shiki is a most charming gentleman and he prepares some of the best Japanese food my wife and I have eaten in a long time .. super fresh, innovative, artistically presented delicious food .. the staff are beautifully mannered and the dining room is a pleasure to behold .. the upper reaches of Canon Drive is now blessed with a very superior restaurant ..
Fantastic Sushi and Omakase
This is a spectacular find in the middle of Beverly Hills. Chef Shige used to be the executive chef at Asanebo, and he is still coming up with new, creative and wonderful dishes. This is more of a "kaiseki" place because it's a lot more than sushi and soft fish. Using seasonal farmer's market ingredients, each dish is artfully presented with a kaleidoscope of colors and flavors. Of course there is also sushi, which is quite good, but what makes this place special are the inventive dishes that touch all of your senses. It's interesting that they also have a full bar, so go ahead and try some rare Japanese whisky to start!
A gem. True sushi chefs are hard to fin ...
A gem. True sushi chefs are hard to find. There is sushi everywhere, but not to the level you can experience here. I don't write much, but I can tell you that this place will not disappoint. An excellent meal and experience. Thank you.
Really authentic Japanese food?
Food is not a authentic Japanese. too much sauce, not natural taste.
Service is too slow. Some of the waiters do not undestand my order due to the language problem.
Omakase is not the way to serve in tradition. More study is needed in their menu.
Excellent newcomer. Very authentic
Excellent newcomer. Very authentic Japanese taste. Many ingredients sourced in Japan including the rice. Omakase courses available as strictly sushi, strictly from the kitchen or a combination of both. Wagyu from Japan was decadently delicious at a price. Thank you for an excellent dinner.
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