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Review: Go's Mart is Canoga Park's treasure for amazing sushi

Critic Bill Addison reviews sushi destination Go's Mart in Canoga Park.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 27, 2020
The sign above Go’s Mart spells out “SUSHI” in a thick green font, but the name of the Canoga Park restaurant holds true in origin: Husband and wife Tsuyoshi and Chiemi Kawano started their business as a Japanese market in 1997. Jammed between a...
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