One of the slowest kitchens I've ever encountered. Even the table next to us was complaining-- they complained to the point they asked for the last two courses to go. Yikes.
To be fair, Tsujita LA's west Los Angeles location just opened, and I expect things to smooth out over the next few weeks. Still, 2 hours and 15 minutes was absurd for their seven-course omakase.
Food itself was only okay; the uni shooter was delicious as was the dessert, the sashimi was excellent, the braised pork belly was quite good, the other three courses were disappointing. Had the meal been served in a reasonable time that would probably (moderately) change my opinion?
For a place with "Artisan Noodles" in the name, we were very surprised to not find any noodles emphasized on the menu. Evidently they do serve ramen, but only for lunch, and they won't start on that til September. I guess in September I'll need to make the time to go back-- on a day I can do a three hour lunch. Just in case.