Filed underOut And About LA
By Deb Flomberg
When it comes to luxury, there is one type of cuisine that often tops the charts––a fine dinner of high quality sushi is always a luxurious treat. If you are looking for the best sushi, there is just one place to go: Urasawa in Beverly Hills.
Urasawa has been ranked among the most expensive restaurants in the country, with the average bill often reaching four figures. It is a tiny sushi bar with room for just 10 people per night, and it’s located right in the heart of Beverly Hills near Rodeo Drive. Owner and Chef Hiroyuki Urasawa is known throughout the country as one of the top sushi chefs in the nation, and if you are ready for the most extravagant and luxurious dinner you can find, then he knows how to deliver.
You’ll marvel at the 30-course menu that changes daily depending on the fresh deliveries and available ingredients. The food is delivered in a more traditional Japanese sushi manner, as the chef dictates the preset menu, showcasing the flavors of the fish without masking sauces or fried accompaniments. You will probably be just as amazed with the presentation as you are with the food itself. Everything at Urasawa is carefully handcrafted to meet the highest of standards, and you’ll be transported to Chef Urasawa’s world as you enjoy a meal that could easily last four to five hours. It’s a full evening of the utmost in luxury.
Of course, if you are going to set out for a night of the most exclusive luxury, you’ll want to arrive in style. Make sure to set out in your 2013 E550 Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll love the opulent interior, and enjoy arriving at Urasawa in the class and style that only the Mercedes-Benz can provide. It is sure to be perfect car for this luxurious dining experience.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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