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After comparing the new with the old and the local with the national, LA Mag's Patric Kuh finds Nobu L.A. little more than a splashier version of something we already have: "The paradox of Nobu restaurants is that with each new success, what they offer becomes increasingly generic. The next time I want a profound sushi experience, the kind in which the taste buds are satiated, I can go to Matsuhisa or any number of other establishments. The next time I want a frothy outing that is more about the scene than about the food, I’ll head to upper La Cienega all right, but I’ll go to Koi." [LA Mag]

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