A San Diego-based sushi shop has opened its doors in San Francisco, California, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its opening.
Sushi Nakamura, which opened on September 1, is located at the intersection of Market and Market Street, and serves as the sushi-as-foods-store that was first proposed in 2011.
The shop is owned by two sisters from the Philippines, Tessa and Monica Nakamura.
The sisters had been working in Japan for more than 10 years before the restaurant’s opening, and Monica and Tessa have been making the same signature sushi rolls for nearly two decades.
The sister sisters say that their family tradition was born from the same ingredients that they brought to San Diego and San Francisco.
“Sushi is a family tradition here in San Mateo, California.
I think the people who grew up here were always a little bit different from the rest of the world,” Tessa Nakamura said.
“They grew up in different places, they grew up with different cooking methods.
So, we wanted to be able to share that with them.”
In the Philippines and San Mateos food traditions, it was a challenge for Monica and the Nakamura sisters to make a good product for a large customer base, which means that the pair had to learn how to prepare their sushi at home.
“The first time we brought the sushi to a restaurant, we brought a bunch of rice.
I didn’t even know that there were any rice,” Monica Nakana said.
Monica Nakami says that she had to be very careful in order to prepare her own sushi.
“It was a big challenge because we were in the middle of a hurricane and everything was going down, so we didn’t know what was going to happen,” she said.
When it came to creating the dish, Monica Nakamoto and Tessan Nakamura worked with the owners of Sushi Nakamotos.
The restaurant is owned and operated by the sisters and their chef, who has been working on the recipe for the past two years.
“This is our first time doing this so we were really excited to do this and we really want to take the opportunity to showcase the quality of our products.
I am really excited about it,” Monica said.
Sashimi Nakamura has been open for about a year and was the inspiration for the restaurant, according to Monica.
The shop’s opening coincides with the 20-year anniversary of the opening of the original Sushi Nuku-sama, a Japanese restaurant in San Jose, California’s Marina district.
The two sisters are planning to expand the restaurant to other parts of San Mateoes foodie hotspot.
Sakurans sushi rolls were developed in Japan.
It has been a favorite since it was first introduced in Japan in 1971.
The brothers started making their own sushi rolls in 1998.
They said that the rolls have changed from the traditional Japanese style to a more contemporary and contemporary design.
The sushi rolls are now served in sushi bars around the country and have been featured on shows like Food Network’s Kitchen Nightmares and the Food Network show Food Fight.
“We are proud to be celebrating the 20 years of our restaurant.
We are so happy to be in San Carlos with the customers and the community.
We can’t wait to bring them our amazing sushi rolls again,” Monica explained.