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I go here often with a coworker and sit at the sushi bar. I always get the beef and broccoli bowl, I just love it.
Sometimes the service is a little on the not so satisfactory side, that's why I prefer to sit at the bar.
It is also a very small place and can get crowded.
Price is very reasonable as well.

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I go here often with a coworker and sit at the sushi bar. I always get the beef and broccoli bowl, I just love it.
Sometimes the service is a little on the not so satisfactory side, that's why I prefer to sit at the bar.
It is also a very small place and can get crowded.
Price is very reasonable as well.

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if you ever go to Tokyo Cafe, i suggest the Fried Rice.. which is pretty amazing. the rolls are decent, and so are the amounts in which they serve in. still.. i suggest.. FRIED RICE.

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if you ever go to Tokyo Cafe, i suggest the Fried Rice.. which is pretty amazing. the rolls are decent, and so are the amounts in which they serve in. still.. i suggest.. FRIED RICE.

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This little restaurant is quaint and cozy. It gives off the vibe of authentic Japanese dining in the heart of Olde Town Orange.

It's located between the many antique shops of The Circle, so you can grab a quick bite while shopping.

The food is great quality and the prices are more than fair. You can choose from a selection of sushi and rice bowls as well as get a fresh smoothie with boba---a type of tapioca.

So next time you're shopping through The Circle, come and check out Tokyo Cafe.

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★★★★☆

This little restaurant is quaint and cozy. It gives off the vibe of authentic Japanese dining in the heart of Olde Town Orange.

It's located between the many antique shops of The Circle, so you can grab a quick bite while shopping.

The food is great quality and the prices are more than fair. You can choose from a selection of sushi and rice bowls as well as get a fresh smoothie with boba---a type of tapioca.

So next time you're shopping through The Circle, come and check out Tokyo Cafe.

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Tokyo Cafe is one of most chillest restaurant that I have been to. All the food is delicious and well worth the wait for it to be cooked or made to perfection. All the food is priced reasonable and its even better if you come with friends.

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Tokyo Cafe is one of most chillest restaurant that I have been to. All the food is delicious and well worth the wait for it to be cooked or made to perfection. All the food is priced reasonable and its even better if you come with friends.

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A little nook inside Old Towne Orange that is considerably contrasted with the antique atmosphere of the circle. Its fare is, not surprisingly, Japanese but tends towards a more Californian flair, evidenced by their popular California rolls. Nonetheless, it is one of the few places to offer differing fare (other than American and Italian) and still be delicious.

As far as fares follow, for notoriously expensive Japanese food, Tokyo Cafe's prices are quite low, with $8-10 buying a delicious bento still large enough to split into two small meals.

The staff, however, could be improved over its current teenage lineup, no offense to teens, but those working are not the most capable.

Bottom line: for a light and pleasing meal that is just exotic enough for the Orange native, but familiar enough for the Californian.

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★★★★☆

A little nook inside Old Towne Orange that is considerably contrasted with the antique atmosphere of the circle. Its fare is, not surprisingly, Japanese but tends towards a more Californian flair, evidenced by their popular California rolls. Nonetheless, it is one of the few places to offer differing fare (other than American and Italian) and still be delicious.

As far as fares follow, for notoriously expensive Japanese food, Tokyo Cafe's prices are quite low, with $8-10 buying a delicious bento still large enough to split into two small meals.

The staff, however, could be improved over its current teenage lineup, no offense to teens, but those working are not the most capable.

Bottom line: for a light and pleasing meal that is just exotic enough for the Orange native, but familiar enough for the Californian.

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