Mizuki, The “Biggest” Ramen Restaurant, Closes in Irvine

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 10, 2015
Mizuki, the 125 seat Japanese restaurant that opened five years ago in Irvine's Park Place claiming to be the “biggest” ramen restaurant in these here United States, has closed. ] The restaurant had a rocky start. As I wrote in my review, online...
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