Dueling Dishes: Sushilicious vs. Kaisen

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 20, 2010
On this episode of Dueling Dishes we pit two revolving sushi houses. Sushilicious is the newcomer; Kaisen is the long-established contender. But this week, we're not comparing just a single dish between the two of them. Since one dish can...
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