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Byron Bay’s O-Sushi restaurant has taken out the coveted title of Australia’s Favourite Japanese Restaurant in the 2012 Lifestyle Channel I Love Food awards for the second time running.

Dan Regev, founder and co-owner of O-Sushi restaurants, is over the moon with the latest accolade – he says it reflects the passion and generosity of the locals.

The winners of the I Love Food Awards can be viewed at http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/ilovefoodawards/winners.aspx.

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  1. Well done Dan and the team. By far my favourite restaurant in Byron – maybe in Australia! Keep the vegetarian options coming!

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