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We put all our heart and soul into a creative and unique experience. Our Omakase is a pre-fixed menu based on raw fish and shellfish. All our fish, rice, and ingredients come from Japan, prepared with Japanese techniques and elements. Our Omakase is a fine dining, intimate experience, prepared in front of our guests to highlight the integrity of our dishes.
DIARY RESTRICTIONS have to be informed in advance. Please note that some requests we can not accommodate.
NOT ALLOW outside bottles or food.
SEATING AT THE BAR is the same courses as AT THE TABLE. Our professional servers will explain the intricacy of every dish.
BE ON TIME Service starts in unison at the time of reservation. If you are late, you will miss the first courses.
CHILDREN age 5+ are welcome, must order the full menu, no children's menu or price.
CANCELLATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS are allowed 72 hours in advance. Less than 72 hours will be charged for the full price of Omakase per guest plus tax
We DO NOT accept table requests. We only have 12 tables. We are a very small intimate restaurant and every table has a view of the bay. No pets only ADA defined trained service animals.
VOTED TOP 10 RESTAURANTS IN ORANGE COUNTY 2022 BY OPENTABLE DINERS! Our quaint, waterfront venue offers fresh air patio dining with an infused contemporary American menu. Corkage Fee is $75 per 750ml, maximum one 750 ml for parties up to 4, maximum of two 750ml for parties 5 or more, as long as wine is not represented on our list. Please present your wine for corkage to the receptionist who will ensure it is given to the service staff. Corkage not available for private events.
Ruscello is located on the third floor of Nordstrom South Coast Plaza, on the corner of Bristol & Sunflower.
We are open for dine-in service and outdoor patio dining and to-go orders with Curbside Pickup. Call (714) 850-2510 to place your order.
12/6 - close at 5pm;
12/24 - close at 5pm;
12/31 - close at 5pm;
1/1 - close at 5pm;
Join us for Brunch on weekends
We are inspired by the wisdom and warmth of our grandmas, who taught us the importance of gathering around the table and sharing a meal with the people we love.
Drawing on the rich culinary traditions of the Philippines, we strive to create dishes that are not only delicious but also imbued with the love and care that our grandmas put into every meal.
From our signature Sisig to our comforting coconut adobo, every dish is a tribute to the flavors and textures that make Filipino cuisine so special.
So whether you're craving the comfort of a home-cooked meal, the excitement of trying something new, or just the joy of spending time with loved ones, we invite you to join us at our restaurant and experience the love, warmth, and flavor of the Philippines."
The restaurant will be closing for a remodel on October 9.
Please check back near the end of November.
We want to ensure that each dish is a course of art with unique flower arrangement or carving of vegetation, created mainly from organic fruits/vegetables and some wild mushrooms.
Our two-story restaurant is designed by world-renowed designer with each details shadowed with low-key luxuary and comfort, come in and experience the combination of taste, health, safety, and beauty.
Outdoor Seating is available upon first come first serve basis!
Inspired by the modern cafe culture of Australia and abroad, Milligram is blurring the lines between cafe, restaurant and wine bar. Whether it's a coffee and the Smashed Avocado, or the crowd favorite Breakfast Ciabatta with a Mimosa in the morning, or some salads, charcuterie and a rose' for lunch, or the slow braised beef cheek, with chargrilled cauliflower sided with roast fingerling potatoes and bottle of Syrah for dinner, Milligram with it's stunning outdoor courtyard patio, is the perfect place to enjoy time with family and friends.
- WWendyvipOrange County •38 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoI love Seasons 52, for great menu selections, healthy choices, variety, and good service. I recommend off hours and requesting bar seating if you prefer a quieter ambiance like I do, especially during the holidays, since the restaurant is part of a crowded mall.More infoSeasons 52 - Costa MesaPrice: Expensive• American• Costa Mesa•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerOrange County •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Food was incredible! Perfect place for a cute dinner with friends or a date night. Drinks were good and definitely strong, but no complaints on that. Service was good, our server lagged a bit at the end but the majority of the time he was quick and helpful. Will definitely be back!More infoHabana - Costa MesaPrice: Expensive• Cuban• Costa Mesa•4.8
- AMAndrewMLos Angeles •1 review4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023The sides have reduced in size and quality of ingredients. Bread is now a fee and less of it (hardly enough for 2 people). Although the steak and Chilean WSB was on point. Will come back, but will be making new decisions.More infoMastro's Steakhouse - Costa MesaPrice: Very Expensive• Steak• Costa Mesa•4.7
- AMAnthonyMOrange County •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Outstanding customer service. Food was excellent. Must have- cheese truffle garlic bread!!More infoNorth Italia – IrvinePrice: Moderate• Italian• Irvine•4.6
- GCGabbyCOrange County •11 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Always a good time at Water Grill. Friendly staff, great ambiance, and delicious seafood for a good value.More infoWater Grill - South Coast PlazaPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Costa Mesa•4.7
Top Hispanic Owned and Operated Restaurants in the U.S.
September 15th to October 15th brings the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, a time that honors the cultures of people whose ancestors came from Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Spain. A big part of the cultural heritage that many Latinx people share in this country is food. To honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, below find Hispanic-owned and -operated across the U.S.
Discover Orange County
Located in the sunny state of California, Orange County is known for its many tourist attractions. Considering that Orange County consists of 34 cities and is more populous than 21 U.S. states, you can bet the attractions include not only the best surfing beaches, the Balboa ferry, and sites like Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland but also a huge selection of restaurants. The warm climate enhances the growth of fresh, organic vegetables and fruits, which can be found in many restaurants. Although iconic California foods like Rocky Road ice cream and sourdough bread may have originated in other CA cities, they’re also popular in Orange County. Fast food places, drive-ins, and Korean barbecues are popular in this area, too. Smoothies in the summer, however, take the cake.
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