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Ango Tei - 13 Reviews - 675 Paularino Ave Ste 5, Costa Mesa, CA - Food & Dining Reviews - Phone (714) 557-2696

Ango Tei

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675 Paularino Ave Ste 5
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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(714) 557-2696
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I've loved this little hole in the wall since I discovered it in college in 1987. I now live in San Diego, and use any excuse possible to have lunch there whenever I'm within 20 ...

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I am the sushi fanatic. We would go anywhere for the good sushi, including Studio City and San Diego. Angotei has remained on my top ten list in terms of the quality since 1995. U...

Great place for more than 25 years! 10/19/2010

I've loved this little hole in the wall since I discovered it in college in 1987. I now live in San Diego, and use any excuse possible to have lunch there whenever I'm within 20 miles. Fresh, quality ingredients are the key. Great Crunchy Roll, Softshell Crab Roll, and Sebass Egg Roll. Even boring standards like Miso Soup and California Rolls are really good at Angotei. more

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Sushi lovers rejoice 12/29/2005

Many, many years ago, I went to Angotei for my first sushi experience. The food was enjoyable and the small setting memorable. Many years later, I went with my foodie friends. And like the first time, there was a long wait. But unlike the first time, my lightly seasoned sushi chops could see the splendor in this hidden gem. I think we ate almost everything on the lengthy menu--it felt like it anyway--and I don't remember feeling even a hint of disappointment. The tataki = melt in your mouth. Oysters = fresh and delicious. Enoki mushrooms and scallops = something I could have eaten non-stop. Shrimp boats = clean, bright taste. All the other sushi, nigiri and rolls we tasted = excellent. Perhaps this is silly, but I really enjoyed the fact they carried a variety of mochi flavors and not just the two types most others do. When everything is just so good, you can't help but appreciate the details. more

Special Sashimi 9/13/2005

This small (and seems like family-run) restaurant is located on the front building of a Japanese supermarket. They have a couple of special dishes, including a Sashimi which is not totally raw, but slightly cooked on the outer surface. Each piece, therefore, is like cooked on the permeter, then raw on the middle part. It's pretty special. more
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