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“Love it. Worth stopping...” 5 of 5 stars
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Sushi Su
5015 Cornell Rd, Agoura Hills, CA 91301
(818) 865-8622
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Ranked #39 of 83 Restaurants in Agoura Hills
Cuisines: Japanese, Sushi
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“Love it. Worth stopping...”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 16, 2007

Love it. Worth stopping off for sushi if you're passing through Agoura Hills or Westlake area...

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“Since the day it opened.”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 13, 2007

Megu had a small restaurant in Canoga Park which was great because it had a small store in the front. He sold it to his brother Go and opened Sushi Agoura. His partners have changed over the years but the food remains the same, excellent.

The sushi bar is of average size, a beautiful slab of black granite since the last renovation, the chairs are comfortable. There are some tables, good for families. There is music but it's usually too noisy to hear, it's a very friendly place.

Megu buys fresh fish every day and when he has things like live soft shell crab, or live clams, grab it before it's gone. The El Nino cut roll is one of my current favorites. His sauce on it is out of this world, his own secret recipe. There is a Chilean sea bass cut roll that is so good (and filling) that it could be a meal by itself. The Hamachi (yellowtail) sashimi is served at the perfect temperature and has the texture of butter. The Japanese Special Scallop dish is sublime, fresh raw scallops with a little jalapeno & fish eggs with a very light dressing. The Eggplant Spicy Tuna is another good item, Spicy Tuna atop a slab of tempura eggplant. I could go on and on but you get the idea.

There are a lot of regular customers here and the staff remembers you after just a few visits. People share dishes & saki. It's great when you see something new being served and when you ask the chef about it the customer who ordered it offeres you a taste. You can buy a large bottle of saki, decorate it with the markers they bring you and leave it with them. The variety changes so you learn about many different types of saki.

The staff is very nice, always making sure your plates don't pile up. It gets very crowded so we like to go during the week right when it opens for dinner or at lunch after the first rush. When you enter the restaurant at a crowded time go to the register and put your name on the tablet that will be there, they don't take reservations but the wait isn't horrible, never more than 45 minutes and usually less.

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