10 Essential OC Sushi Joints To Say “Omakase”

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 1, 2016
“Omakase” is what you say to a sushi chef when you trust him to give you the best and freshest. It isn’t exclusive of sushi or sashimi either (cooked foods are fair game)—it just means, “Give me great things to eat, I’ll worry about the money...
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