Kodoku Fusion Roll House has taken over the space that once was Kong Ji Ne on Beverly Boulevard and Hobart. It’s been under construction for the better part of this year and is finally about to open its doors later this month. Kodoku means “loneliness” or “solitude” in Japanese, but from the flashy interior, this place will be anything but lonely. In any case, owners Scott Song and Jun Yun are putting the final touches on this bar, lounge and restaurant with a menu of fusion sushi. Located in Koreatown, the place will likely feature some Korean influences, though the owners are quite mum on details, saying, “it’s for family and friends first.” There’s lots of black, private banquettes, a sleek bar, and bright chandeliers that look like multi-colored shooting stars. Tasteful? Not really. Tasty? Remains to be seen. [EaterWire] — Daniela Galarza
Kodoku Fusion Roll House to be an Antidote for Loneliness?
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