10 Essential Tustin Restaurants

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 17, 2014
Tustin is dense with great restaurants, having perhaps OC's most eclectic collection of eateries that include not just the original location of the preeminent (and now increasingly ubiquitous) izakaya known as Honda Ya, but also Cream Pan, one of...
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