Mako Sushi

When we crave sushi, a trip to this diminutive Little Tokyo restaurant is imminent. Surely there are grander sushi spots, more expensive ones, bars where the fish comes from more rarefied sources–and that's all fine and good, because we'd prefer that those seeking the hype goe elsewhere. At Mako, the sushi is simple and unpretentious. Our favorite bites from a recent visit were the Japanese scallops and the Spanish mackerel dotted with yuzu-kosho.