Another Sushi Restaurant to Open Where Another One Failed in Irvine. What's So Special About This One?

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 11, 2011
In the space left behind by Aomatsu, once the closest sushi bar to UC Irvine, yet another sushi restaurant called Gatten is poised to enter. It's about now that you might wonder: Are these restaurateurs suffering from amnesia? Don't they remember...
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