It’s the $160 omakase that both draws and deters people from this place. But if you have the money to spend and the patience to enjoy, Angelenos swear by Sushi Zo as one of their best sushi experiences. The wild sockeye salmon, if you are lucky enough to get it on your plate, is a resplendent blood orange, almost neon in color. You might have the oyster from Washington, toro from Australia or the abalone from Monterey. Each course, like a global procession, marches into your mouth educating you on what sushi can be and should be.