I used to think I knew sushi. Even when I went to Asanebo, I believed I was a connoisseur with ample experience and knowledge. But how wrong I was. And my trip to Bar Nozawa in Beverly Hills taught me that. In case you didn't know, Bar Nozawa is the prestigious, Omakase-style bar hidden within Sugarfish Beverly Hills (oops...the secret's out I guess). The 10-person sushi bar only entertains 2 discrete seatings per night, with each lasting about 2.5 hours. For a set price, you'll get 20-25 courses (with most courses being 1 piece of nigiri), all of the chef's choosing. The fish is fresh and delicious, the rice is warm and sticky, and the meal is more than filling. Without describing every piece of fish I tasted in excruciating detail (though I'm sure some of you would love that), I can attest to everything being delicious, high quality, incredibly interesting, and perfectly prepared. If you haven't been yet, consider this your next sushi adventure. Scroll through for some painfully amazing food porn.