Sushi Sasabune seems to lean toward the more traditional high-end Los Angeles sushi experience, with a more classic menu. They do dive into monkfish liver and baked mussels, but again, nothing too crazy or particularly innovative.
Dine-in an indulgent experience, to-go is a bit less impressive. The spread, including otoro, uni, hotate, abalone, halibut, etc. is all solid, but having recent experience with some of their competition, the very best of their competition do it slightly better. Particularly if you know your toro...
Sasabune remains a solid place to visit, particularly for their lunch special and their blue crab. Just remember to stick to nigiri when you visit!