The words “No Reservations” automatically gives us the idea of a place that literally has no reservations. So, when I first heard about resto newbie No Reservations, I, too, had that thought. On the evening of our visit at this hole-in-the-wall dining spot, we learned that No Reservations actually means “no inhibitions”or “no holding back” because when you dine and hang out here, you’ll have no reservations – just your fun, carefree self, helping yourself to good food and drinks, too.
No Reservations is a nicely hidden restaurant that houses Asian fusion dishes. Its location will remind you of Little Tokyo, and this bright sign will lead you upstairs to the foodie spot.
I love that it’s beautifully created – a container van painted in white and dressed elegantly with brick and metallic details to create a light atmosphere for a good night out.
Their counter — they also have promos for all of their customers!
Grilled Corn (P175)
Start your meal well with their spin on well-loved Grilled Corn, made more flavorful with butter, kewpie, nori and bonito flakes.
No Reservations House Salad (P175)
Surprise yourself with the No Reservations House Salad. It’s not all veggies; it has noodles! What a unique way to create a salad.
No Reservations House Roll (P245)
Sushi fans rejoice! No Reservations will fill your mouth with your favorite Japanese food with a kick.
Check out more of their food on the next page!