10 Essential Tustin Restaurants
Here are 10 restaurants that define Tustin’s dining scene.
A bakery serving Japanese-inspired sweets.
Must-try: Strawberry croissants
602 El Camino Real in Tustin, (714) 665-8239
A Japanese restaurant that’s open late and known for its extensive menu.
Must-try: Any yakitori item that’s wrapped in bacon
556 El Camino Real in Tustin, (714) 832-0081
Tustin’s favorite family classic, serving up rustic Italian food.
Must-try: Penne Amore, Pepperoni Bread
611 El Camino Real in Tustin, (714) 544-0273
A Tustin classic that served healthy, Vegetarian fare before it was cool.
Must-try: Garlic Chicken Wrap, Cockie Leeky soup
158 W Main St. in Tustin, (714) 731-9807
Claro’s Italian Market
This Italian market also serves up some mean sandwiches.
Must-try: Meatball sandwich, Spicy Italian sandwich
1095 E Main St in Tustin, (714) 832-3081
Koki’s Teppanyaki Grille
Koki’s has remained the go-to dinner experience for any birthday.
Must-try: Filet mignon, lobster tail teppanyaki dinners
1061 E Main St. in Tustin, (714) 505-6738
Tustin Brewing Co.
TBC has become the go-to after work hangout for many in the city, with great brews and bites.
Must-try: BBQ Chicken Pizza, Lemon Heights Hefeweizen
13011 Newport Ave. in Tustin, (714) 665-2337
Gen Korean BBQ
Tustin’s first ACYE Korean BBQ house, offering unlimited meats in a trendy setting.
Must-try: Brisket, Hawaiian Steak
13741 Newport Ave. in Tustin, (714) 505-1800
Jalapeños Mexican Food
Jalapeños has been the go-to Mexican food spot in Tustin since the ’80s.
Must-try: Crispy tacos, Carne asada plate, Carnitas torta
450 E 1st St. in Tustin, (714) 544-8972
Before Flame Broiler was around, Yogi’s served up teriyaki bowls to the hungry folks of Tustin.
Must-try: Large chicken and beef bowl
1108 Irvine Blvd. in Tustin, (714) 731-8876
What are some of your favorite restaurants in Tustin?
Originally posted 2016-04-12 21:59:06.