About Sanuki no Sato and reviews
At SANUKI NO SATO, not only have we maintained our feature menu of udon and soba, we have added a variety of different food choices over the years. During lunch time, you can enjoy our popular bento box, donburi (rice bowl dish) and lunch set meals. During dinner, you can enjoy such choices as sashimi, grilled items, fried fish, and/or pot simmered dishes. Overall, we have over 200 Г items.
In addition, we provide Nabe hot-pot cuisine that is an essential part of any banquet, especially satisfying in the winter months.
Furthermore, we offer a kaiseki course meal upon request that will not only satisfy your taste buds, but also has the appearance of extremely traditional Japanese cuisine. Reservations for this option are required at least 2 days prior.
For groups, we can negotiate something to accommodate your budget.
SANUKI NO SATO×KANEFUKU
Since February 2014, ownership of Sanuki No Sato transitioned to that of в a food company that specializes in karashi mentaiko (seasoned Pollack roe) products. Thus, new efforts are underway to make our restaurant even better!
Not only will we continue to live up to our long held reputation of delivering great quality service and food, but we will also be developing and providing new menu items incorporating mentaiko.
Please stop by and try the new and reborn SANUKI NO SATO.
SANUKI NO SATO has a large main dining hall, seven zashiki rooms (some large, some smaller), and a banquet room that holds a maximum of 30 people. We can provide you with a cozy space to accommodate your unique needs.
Indeed, the versatility of our facility allows our restaurant to cater to a wide range of customers and uses family meals during lunch and dinner, travelers stopping by on their trip, birthday parties, receptions, business meetings, celebrations, f you have any special requests or meticulous needs in mind, please feel free to contact us!
Access from Downtown Los Angeles
- Its about 5 minutes away from the 91 West Exit 110 Fwy South
- Go straight on Artesia Blvd then take a left on Western Aveв
- Located inside WESTERN PLAZA at intersection of Western Ave and 182nd Street.
Access from Orange County Area
- about a minute from the Western Aveв Exit on the 405 Fwy North
- Go East on Western Ave.
Access from Los Angeles airport and Santa Monica area
- s about a minute from the Western Ave Exit on the 405 South
- Go East on Western Ave.
This place is under new management and they are so rude. They asked my family to leave after 1 hour and 20 minutes because they had other customers waiting. Guess they didn’t care about us after we paid the bill. We have only come here...
Just went back after realizing they are known for their soup noodles, udon and soba.Two of us had the duck udon and uni soba with great shrimp and vegetable tempura as an appetizer.About 45 patrons were there and we were the only non-Japanese....
This is a Japanese restaurant that seems to specialize in Udon and Soba noodle dishes. There are tables and booths, as well as traditional semi-private tatami rooms. I had the cold tofu appetizer and hot udon with bean curd. The food was pretty good, but...
I enjoyed very much for foods, staff hospitality and atomospher.Udon is real Sanuki and all dishes are very authentic Japanese as if we are in Japan.You should enjoy.
Had dinner here with family and relatives on the first night after arriving in LA from Australia. Warm and comfortable surrounds with friendly service. Food was tasty and filling. Lots of options from bento boxes to noodles galore (udon, ramen, soba) along with other specialty...
Trust me, get the nabeyaki udon and forget about everything else. It’s a small family run shop in a strip mall. They have mastered the art of udon noodles. Enjoy for lunch or after a hard day of work. No regrets.
It is located in a strip mall, close to Toyota deanship. The service is very good because we sat there till it closed and the waiter kept refilling our tea. The time we were there, customers kept streaming in on a weekday, mostly Japanese and...
The food was excellent and the service was very good! The place has a nice and cozy atmosphere. We will definitely go back.
We go this place frequently because of the service and food quality as well as variety of menu. My son’s favorite dish is “negitoro don (tuna tartare with green scallions)”, and it is always good. Great coice for family dinner.
The wait staff are all bilingual and many of the patrons were speaking Japanese. Very authentic Japanese comfort food. Can order small dishes and share family style, or can order the udon or soba. I opted for the soba and it was very good. Offered...