Shiki Beverly Hills
Shiki Beverly Hills serves traditional Japanese cuisine known as “washoku,” which signifies a respect for the natural beauty of the changing seasons. “Shiki” means the four seasons in Japanese, and it is a philosophy reflected in its approach to food, which highlights the freshest seasonal ingredients using time-honored, traditional Japanese-style cooking methods and techniques.
Got the $55 omakase and it was delicious and had a fun variety of dishes/sushi.
The staff was great, very friendly, we also happened to be the only ones there late on a Wednesday night. So it was pretty fun to have the restaurant to ourselves. I’m looking forward to going back, even if I have to probably share it with other people.
Great food. Great service.
This is an amazing neighborhood gem I wish I would have known about sooner. The fish was super fresh and prepared well. The service was impeccable- one of the most perfect service experiences I have encountered.
Teo, our server, was so helpful and welcoming!
We had Omakase and Hiro helped us. He was great to speak with and taught us a few things about the fish. My client and I liked the experience and would come back.
Always a great spot for lunch omakase
This was my second visit, and I was not disappointed. The food of course was great, and my two servers were fantastic!
Shiki continues to be one of the best places for Japanese food in LA... it just happens to fly under the radar. The sushi omakase is pretty reasonable too, considering what you get and the quality of the food and execution. I always enjoy sitting in front of Jun-san or Hiro-san.
Very quiet, not crowded, but excellent food. Not sure why the place isn't packed.
All the reviews from Yelp and Open table has been positive. I do agree that Shiki has great quality sushi as everything that we had was delicious. We ordered a omakase meal for $190/person for a party of 4 due to an anniversary celebration. The meal was not what I had expected in terms of value. Granted, the food was good, good quality raw fish, but for the price that we paid, I had expected a bit more high scale. I've been to Japan and had omakase experience. I've been to Atelier Crenn and Quince in San Francisco among other fine dinning experience, therefore, for the amount of money spent, I would hope to have a bit more upscale dinning experience. We did not leave hungry, but disappointed by the presentation and value for dollar. If you're looking for quality raw fish, then Shiki is the place to go, but if you're looking for an experience of Omakase experience, you'd be disappointed.
Very nice and welk educated service! Exzellent good
We will come back !
One of the best dining experiences I’ve had. Our expectations were very high yet somehow exceeded.
Fantastic omakase with fresh ingredients. Grilled cherry tomatoes were an unexpected highlight.
The quality of sushi here is second to none! Chef Joon in particular really knows how to create the best combination of flavors. Shiki is without a doubt my go to spot in west LA.
Shiki is a GEM!. It is my favorite authentic Japanese restaurant in LA. Awesome seafood and meat flown in from Japan!
Superb food quality, Superb service and friendly well versed / informed staff!
Thank you as always. I thoroughly enjoyed season Hairy Crab and Hida Beef.
Friends getting together!
Had lunch with my parents. Although it's a long drive from home, we always try to go when I'm visiting from the East Coast.
Mori san and Nao san gave my wife and I such a special dinner for my birthday. They are both extremely talented, and consummate professionals. They're such nice guys, too! Would definitely return. Thanks Shiki!
Definitely didn’t meet expectations based on the mostly five star ratings on Yelp that we based our choice on. We went for the Omakase. Except the Sushi platter and the Wagyu beef, everything else was mediocre. Service was good, but I would probably look for a little more clarity when the servers explain the items served. Overall, an ok place and wouldn’t recommend for a special occasion especially if you look at the price point.
First a little info and background - While the menu features Omakase, go for the Kaiseki option. The later is a Japanese seasonal multi course menu that features a variety of cooking techniques that accentuates the ingredients. You don't wake up one day and decide "hey I'm a Kaiseki chef now". It takes years if not decades to master the knowledge of ingredients and all of the different ways to cook them. You get an authentic and traditional Kaiseki experience at Shiki. Yes, it is on the expensive end of dining out, but when you see how much time and effort that goes into each course, you start to understand the value. Make your visit to Shiki a special occasion and it's best to keep to a party of 2-4. Grab a seat at the counter and engage with the chef who is happy to tell you about each course. I try to go at least 2-3 times a year when the seasonal menu changes and it's always a jaw dropping experience.
True Japanese dining. The finest food, outstanding service.
We had an amazing birthday dinner here at Shiki. The staff were both friendly and attentive to our needs.
Authentic japanese food, good location and great service, the only minor comment is the sushi rice little bit sour.
Very good service. Food is ok, good but not great
Beautiful Japanese decor. Elegant presentation. Fish was incredibly fresh. Lunch was a good value.
Shiki really outdid itself for our group of four. We optd for an Omakase but asked for an emphasis on exceptional quality over quantity. The toro was the best we’ve had , but more importantly, the preparation was very creative. Great staff as well
Great Omakase, and great authentic japanese food in Beverly hills
Exceptional as always. One of the true undiscovered gems in Los Angeles. If you like authentic high-end Japanese food and sushi, you owe it to yourself to give Shiki a try. Sit in front of Hiro if you like Kaiseki style, or Mori if you like traditional sushi.
the food was pretty average and not worth the money.
Amazing place to dine in for a date.
We expect more and it was too expensive... We would not come back again.
Pricey for what it was
Exacting standards on display in all facets of this restaurant experience. Super high quality ingredients and dishes served with the utmost care. Highly recommend this great place for casual, special event, and business diners.
Horrible absolutely terrible ran outside ruined weekend
Omakase lunch special is a great deal. Fish is super fresh and staff is very nice.
Quality not up to par for the price.
Omakase is so good!
The way they display is beautiful and looks fun.
Especially, I like "wagyu". It's so soft and delicious.
We can eat authentic Japanese cuisine here.
Fantastic omakase experience!
Sushi was excellent- very fresh and delicious. A5 wagyu was overcooked, and very disappointed in that one $75 dish.
Ambience lacks - not enough people in a large space and so the wait staff is almost overly attentive. Food was good / sushi delicious but not earth shattering. This is not n’naka for example. For the price not coming back.