Dine with n/naka, Mom's favorite flowers delivered!

Upscale Japanese tasting menus prepared by chef Niki Nakayama & served in a modern setting.
Address: 3455 Overland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Health & safety: Reservations required · Mask required · Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits · More details
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Q: Average price per meal ?
A: Modern Kaiseki is $185 plus tax and tip. Expect to pay $235pp unless you get the wine/sake pairing. Then it is closer to $285
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You’ll want to block off at least three hours of your day for a meal at n/naka, Los Angeles’s temple to the elaborate, multi-course traditional Japanese feast known as kaiseki. Chef-owner Niki Naka... Full review
Kathryn Romeyn
Los Angeles-born Chef Niki Nakayama is a proud pioneer in the modern kaiseki tradition, yet she’s humble enough to remain a constant in her dining room, checking in on each guest to ensure their ... Full review
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You could say that the Netflix documentary Chef's Table helped shine a spotlight on n/naka, but the Palms restaurant was already on the map, front and center. Chef/owner Niki Nakayama is a former p... Full review
Brad A. Johnson
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Eat the Japanese meal of your life at N/Naka. Full review
Jess Basser Sanders
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Matthew Shelton
5 days ago
The atmosphere is cozy and we went in the peak hours, but we were instantly seated. The staff was prompt and polite. They are selling refills proactively. We tagged along with our 3-year-old daughter and they were patient and polite with …
Average Socialite
a week ago
Due to COVID, there is only take out available. The Ekiben Japan Tribute ($85pp) was the one that I scored. The food was all inspired by dishes found around Shinkansen train stations throughout Japan. …
Eden M
a month ago
I have probably watched Chef Nakayama's episode on Chef's Table way too many times and I admire her dedication and passion to her craft. This weekend I ordered the Valentine's Day Junbako this weekend and was blown away. The pick up was …
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