Restaurant News & Reviews

February 23, 2012 12:10 PM

Raku restaurant in San Luis Obispo is a sensory extravaganza

If you eat with your eyes first, you’ll be feasting from the minute you walk into Raku in downtown San Luis Obispo. As you might expect from a top-notch Japanese restaurant, the food is as visually appealing as the decor.

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