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Gochi reopens in Mountain View

Uploaded: Jun 22, 2016
Mountain View favorite Gochi Japanese Fusion Tapas has officially reopened in a new location after an impending development forced closure of the original restaurant.

Gochi is now open at the Clarkwood Center at 1943 El Camino Real in Mountain View.

Gochi first opened at 1036 Castro St. in August 2013, just before a developer proposed a new new mixed-use, four-story project for the site at the corner of Castro and El Camino Real. Owner/manager Junko Motouji and her husband eventually received relocation assistance after they complained that they had spent their life savings on remodeling the interior of the restaurant, not knowing of the owner's development plans.

View the new location's menu (the same as the original's) here (starters and other dishes) and here (clay pot rice, Asian-fusion pizzas, noodle dishes and more).


The yaki udon with kurobuta pork at Gochi's original location in Mountain View. Photo by Michelle Le.

The new Gochi is open Tuesday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 6-10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 5:30-9:30 p.m. The restaurant is closed Mondays.
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