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Chef Sean Bernal Leaves Sushi Samba To Do His Own Thing

Chef Sean Bernal has left Lincoln Road's Sushi Samba to start his own restaurant.

Bernal left a comment on a Short Order post saying: "Just an FYI I am no longer at Sushi Samba. I have left to open my own restaurant. Coming soon!!!"

Reached by email, Bernal said that he couldn't say much more about his new venture because it is still in its early stages. No word on who will take his place at Sushi Samba.

Bernal joined Sushi Samba at the beginning of the year and was previously executive chef at The Oceanaire Seafood Room.

We're looking forward to hearing what he has in store.

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