August 6, 2006 5

Irori (Marina del Rey)

By in 14: Marina del Rey

Just when I thought there’s nothing much around closed to where I worked, I found an elaborate looking sushi restaurant well hidden in a mini-mall. It has a ‘no-shoe allowed inside’ gimmick. I had the sashimi set while my friend had the sushi set (not in photo). The menu seems Americanize (garlic tuna!?). Nothing wow nor memorable, the tuna was a bit dark color and rubbery texture. But it is an alright place for sudden sushi craving at that area.

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5 Responses to “Irori (Marina del Rey)”

  1. tomoko says:

    do they make customers take off their shoes?
    I wonder if American customers dislike taking off their shoes in public…?? ^-^

  2. seat says:

    Even in Japan, I hate taking off my shoes…^^;;

  3. Freda says:

    yeah they stopped everyone to take off their shoe at the waiting lounge area. I’ve read American complaints about taking off shoe, but really a lot of people on the west side are wearing beachwear, flip-flops anyway, they’re practically shoe-less. ^^;; I would be more unwilling to take off shoe in Japan (metropolitan city, humid). I can’t imagine going to bathroom barefeet though…eww…(didn’t dare to go)

  4. seat says:

    Oh there will be slippers for going to toilet of course ^^;;

  5. Freda says:

    but…shared slippers? ^^;;