New tenant Tori Tori coming summer 2018 to Orlando’s Mills 50 District

New tenant Tori Tori coming summer 2018 to Orlando’s Mills 50 District

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Updated 1/29/2018

TORI TORI will be a japanese pub opening in the Mills50 district at 720 N. Mills Avenue this summer. It will be a sister concept to DOMU and created by Sonny Nguyen (chef/owner of DOMU) with partner Johnny Tung.

This concept will be part of the “DOMU Dynasty” also coined as the “Double-D Group” which will be the umbrella for all of Nguyen’s current and future concepts.

“With much success and recognition of DOMU over the past year, I felt like I had to do more for our city to really put us on the map. I felt like there was a missing piece that I think the people of our city deserve to experience and is growing popularity in major cities around the country. What we’re creating is a staple to everyday Japanese culture and bringing a piece of that to Orlando. With the same mindset that was set forward for DOMU, expect the concept to come from “me” and to pack an edge of going against the grain. Meaning, that every detail will be curated from the design, to what we offer, and how we offer it. We will be sticking to true Japanese roots but will have my modern take on a lot of things.”

More details will be released on the concept as time permits but in the meantime follow them on Facebook and Instagram @ToriToriPub


Spotted at the long vacant 4200 SF building located between King Bao and Pho 88 on Mills Avenue hangs a new banner stating simply “Tori Tori – Coming Summer 2018”.

The location of 720 N Mills Ave Orlando, Florida was most recently home to Trung My Asian Market but has sat vacant for many years now.

Little detail is known, but watch this space for more news soon.

Ricky Ly founded in 2008 as a local Orlando food blog dedicated to finding the tastiest bits and pieces of Orlando as well as around the world. His first book, Food Lovers' Guide to Orlando: The Best Restaurants, Markets & Local Culinary Offerings (Food Lovers' Series) is available now on and Photography is taken using a Canon EOS 6D and a Sony Nex-3. In 2017, he was inducted into the Orlando Sentinel's Culinary Hall of Fame. He is also featured in the Orlando Sentinel's Central Florida 100, a weekly opinion column featuring 100 of the most influential people in local government, politics and culture. In 2018, he was chosen by the Orlando Weekly as one of the "Ten People Making Orlando a Better Place to Be." E-mail him at tastychomps(at) Google


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