Best Chirashi Bowls in LA

Discover Los Angeles has published its top 10 chirashi bowls in Los Angeles list, found here.  I have tried the ones from Maruhide Uni Club and Morizo Sushi Kaisen.  While these are certainly good, I think the chirashi bowls from Akasaka and K-Zo are much better.  I think the author is seriously missing out….


Akasaka’s chirashi bowl – overflowing with seafood! What more can you ask for?


K-Zo’s chirashi bowl – simple yet fresh


Morizo Sushi Kaisen’s chirashi bowl – much more than a take-out sushi place.  The fish comes in huge chunks!


Maruhide Uni Club’s chirashi bowl — it’s all about the uni/sea urchin!


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4 thoughts on “Best Chirashi Bowls in LA

  1. fingknitcoolgal October 31, 2013 at 1:49 am Reply

    The portions are so generous! Is the normal in US? I wish if they serve it in the same manner in UK… (=_=)

    • Wander Foodie October 31, 2013 at 3:43 pm Reply

      Yeah, big portions are pretty common in the US! And that leads to a problem of people wasting food among other things :p
      Portions are small in the UK???

      • fingknitcoolgal October 31, 2013 at 4:05 pm

        Yes, potions in UK are rather mean. Even at McDonalds, you have to pay for a sachet of ketchup, can you believe it? And the size of french fries? So small. (T-T)

      • Wander Foodie October 31, 2013 at 8:37 pm

        I just remember that McDonalds was rather expensive… it didn’t help that I was there when the USD to GBP rate was about 2 to 1!
        Can’t believe you even have to pay for ketchup… >.<

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