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    • Come in for dinner after the cherry blossom festival happening at the Japanese Friendship Garden this Friday and Saturday!


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      Don't forget the 10th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival is almost here! Join us for the festivities on March 7th and 8th! This year will be a 2-day event with tasty food, cultural entertainment, unique art vendors, kids crafts, and a beer and sake garden! For more information or to pre-purchase your tickets please visit our website at http://niwa.org/garden-events. We look forward to seeing you there!
    • Dining alone? No problem! We are the perfect place to get some work done while enjoying a flavorful menu!

      Thanks for the feature, San Diego Food Finds!


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    • How delicious does this strawberry mint #Margarita look?!


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About

“Food is my passion. At breakfast I’m thinking about lunch. At lunch I’m thinking about dinner. I love the shopping, the preparing and the eating. I love the joy of a great meal. Ok, I don’t love the cleaning up.” – Isabel

Isabel Cruz comes from a Latino family where the large and frequent gatherings were always centered around food. Self-taught, friends and family from Puerto Rico, Cuba and Mexico became the early influences of her food, with later inspiration stemming from the Japanese, Korean and Thai cooking styles she was exposed to while growing up in Los Angeles. Eventually, those Latin and Asian influences became infused in Isabel’s cooking, resulting in fresh, exotic food with bold and unique flavors.

Taking these fusions to the next level, Isabel started incorporating modifications in her menus, transforming these rich, traditional cuisines into more healthy dishes for the modern day. Now, Isabel’s beliefs and examples of clean, simple eating give people a new vision for what “health food” can be: Delicious.