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Restaurant rebrands again

Perhaps the third time will be the charm for this Huntington Beach restaurant. The operators behind Wokcano have yet again rebranded their restaurant at 7311 Edinger Ave. Earlier this year, the Monterey Park-based restaurant company replaced Wokcano with 3rd Generation. The latter brand is a full-service ramen, sushi and yakitori restaurant.

But after only a few months in operation, the location was rebranded again. It is now called Big Catch Seafood House.

The menu features oysters, grilled seafood, sushi rolls, and seafood pasta dishes.

Parent company Zao Brands, formerly M2K Group, operates most of its brands in the Los Angeles area — from Woodland Hills to Long Beach. This is its first Big Catch Seafood in Orange County. Others are in Brentwood, Alhambra, Ontario and Long Beach.

Besides Wokcano and 3rd Generation, the company also operates the Le Ka Restaurant, The Backhouse, EMC Seafood & Raw Bar. EMC Seafood has a location in Irvine, while Backhouse operates in Huntington Beach. Wokcano, a modern take on Asian cuisines, has other Orange County locations in Santa Ana and Tustin.


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