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Sakura Brings New Flavor To Bismarck

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A new restaurant in Gateway Mall is bringing a new flavor to Bismarck.

Sakura, a new Japanese hibachi restaurant will have hibachi grill tables, a sushi bar and a full drink bar. This is the fifth one to open up in North Dakota, but the only one offering the Thai options. It isn't the only one in Bismarck, but the Thai options on the menu are what managers say will set it apart from it's competitors.
   
"In the Bismarck store, we add some Thai dishes, this is the only store that we have a Thai food in our restaurant menu," says project manager Xing Lin.

The restaurant should be ready to open by the end of May.
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