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San Francisco sushi restaurant expanding to Palo Alto
Uploaded: Mar 28, 2019
Palo Alto's Hidden Garden Sushi, which carried on its predecessor's tradition of serving brown-rice sushi, has closed and will be replaced by a traditional sushi restaurant.
Hidden Garden Sushi opened about a year ago
at 2363 Birch St., the former longtime home of Homma's Brown Rice Sushi. Its windows recently went dark and phone line was disconnected.
Hidden Garden Sushi has closed and will be replaced by another sushi restaurant. Photo by Elena Kadvany.
Eric Peng, who owns Daigo Sushi in San Francisco, said Thursday that he has taken over the space and plans to open a second location there in about a month.
The Palo Alto Daigo Sushi will serve teishoku, a Japanese meal set, for lunch and omakase for dinner, he said.
Stay tuned on an opening date and more menu details.
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