Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Los Angeles: kodo




March 7, 2023

Visit Los Angeles: kodo

One of my favorite random finds in Los Angeles was kodo.  The izakaya / sushi / omakase eatery had just opened up a few months prior, and the service and space was just so warm and inviting.


My favorite dish was the Tsukune.  A seasoned chicken patty was topped with a Jidori egg yolk and served with a yakitori sauce.  So delish!!

Chicken Nanban

I liked the Chicken Nanban, which was tender and juicy, and served with a tartar sauce.  I did think a few pieces were overcooked, but overall, it was a great dish.


I loved the Eggplant, which was super soft and glazed with miso. 

Seaweed Shiso Salad

My friend loved the Seaweed Shiso Salad, which was served with a variety of veggies and a tangy shiso dressing.

If you love sushi, there is an entire sushi menu to choose from.

Jyu-ten Nigiri Nori

The 10 piece nigiri included tuna, hamachi, salmon, white fish, and chef's choice.

Uni and Hotate

There were a couple of desserts offered that I couldn't resist.

Basque Cheesecake

Miso Dark Chocolate Brownie

I loved the luscious Basque Cheesecake. The Miso Dark Chocolate Brownie was a nice combo of sweet and slightly salty, but I found it a little on the dry side.

I highly recommend a visit to kodo, and I hope I get to return the next time I'm in LA!

710 S Santa Fe Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90021

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