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Katana Robata & Sushi Bar - 4 Reviews - 8439 W Sunset Blvd # 100, West Hollywood, CA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (323) 650-8585

Katana Robata & Sushi Bar

8439 W Sunset Blvd # 100 (at Sunset & La Cienega)
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(323) 650-8585
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Katana Robata & Sushi Bar - West Hollywood, CA



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great place for japanese bbq. good value as well and the setting is modern but classy at the same time. the menu is a little confusing though


All reviews seem positive

Simply the best.... 8/5/2005

This is the "sister" restaurant to Sushi Roku, same owners and is an upscale version of it. The food is even better than Sushi Roku (if that's even possible). The sushi is fresh and tasty, cooked meat skewers are fun to share. The dipping sauces are fun and fresh. Their martinis and saki list is sure to please everyone. Try the plum wine with dessert (or as dessert) - sweet and cool. more
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Menu for Katana Robata & Sushi Bar

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Owner Message

  • We specialize in open flame charcoal grill cooking serving Japanese comfort food.

    The specialty of the house is robata - traditional Japanese skewers are roasted over an open flame, infusing the meat, fish or vegetables with a smoky essence.

    Located in the historic Plaza del Sol building, Katana is distinguished by design accents such as protruding railroad spikes that line the walls of the lounge and polished redwood bar tops made from a mammoth 400-year old fallen redwood tree. The 6,000-square foot restaurant has many distinct spaces, including the bar and lounge areas, the main dining room with Sushi Bar and Robata Grill, the Tea Room, Sunset Room, private dining room and the outdoor heated patio overlooking the bustling Sunset Strip.


  • The team behind Balboa and Sushi Roku has put its muscle into this sceney Japanese restaurant and lounge. The decor verges on "Blade Runner" territory, with ultramodern touches like steel I-beams substituting for traditional teak rafters, and security grills standing in for Japanese lattice. It's all pretty swank, but the primo spot is the elevated patio, which overlooks the action on the Sunset Strip. The encyclopedic Japanese comfort-food menu can be overwhelming. Get your bearings over fragrant red miso soup, then turn your attention to the specialty of the house, robata. The traditional Japanese skewers are roasted over an open flame, infusing the meat, fish or vegetables with a smoky essence. Served in dainty portions, the choices range from chicken breast to sea bass marinated in ponzu. Other dishes include scallops and shiitake mushrooms loaded with minced chicken. The chefs also turn out a lobster roll loaded with broiled meat and a buttery toro roll.

  • 9/1/2009 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun 6pm - 12pm Mon - Wed 5:30pm - 12am Thu - Fri 5:30pm - 1am Sat 6pm - 1am
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central LA, West Hollywood