AYCE Sushi Joint Monster Sushi Closes in Tustin; Tani Japanese Korean Restaurant N Bar Moves In

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 31, 2015
It seems that about every couple of years I write about a new restaurant going into the same spot at the Big Lots plaza on Redhill near the I-5 in Tustin. Five years ago the place was called HK Tofu & Grill, a Korean restaurant. Then Kami Sushi...
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