I wanted to introduce real Japanese soul food to Kiwis." READ MORE: * Salad bar offers healthy lunches * Celebrating 'white gold' * Find free fruit in your city The first Samurai Bowl outlet stood on Gloucester St for almost a decade, but after the 2011 earthquake destroyed the building, it relocated to its current Colombo St store.
He admits he had absolutely no skill or cooking experience before starting the now popular restaurant chain.
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He created the initial menu using information he found on the internet and with help from friends in Japan.
Despite his naivety, Samurai Bowl has been successful and Takeuchi hopes to open a third location in the city within a year.
SOUL FOOD JAPANESE STYLE The new Samurai Bowl restaurant on Wairakei Rd, Burnside, opened in mid-September, making it the second location for the family-friendly restaurant following its Colombo St site.
Samurai Bowl owner Masa Takeuchi says he saw an opportunity to expand the Samurai Bowl brand and the Wairakei Rd location presented itself as a great location to capture the lunchtime crowd.
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