Unisolo Restaurant Group Expands Its Culinary Footprint With Three More locations In South Florida

South Florida-based Unisolo Restaurant Group will expand its presence in South Florida with the opening of its newest brand, Peking Duck House in Pompano Beach, which specializes in authentic Chinese fare; and two locations for the popular Saiko-i Sushi Lounge and Hibachi, in Parkland and Plantation, which specialize in fresh sushi and Japanese cuisine.

Hospitality veterans Tina Wang and Chef Jason Zheng of Unisolo Restaurant Group are the owners of the popular Coco Sushi Lounge and Bar in Delray Beach, Koi in Fort Lauderdale, Saiko-i Lounge and Hibachi in Boca Raton, Yakitori Sushi House in West Delray, and Yakitori Sake House in east Boca Raton.

“More and more people are discovering a passion for Asian cuisine,” said co-owner Tina Wang. “It’s healthy, it’s flavorful, it’s fresh, and we’re finding it’s growing dramatically in popularity. We just want to share the Asian culinary experience with as many people as we can!”

The group is looking to further expand its culinary footprint throughout Broward and Palm Beach counties. With 5 brands and a total of 8 restaurants so far, Unisolo operates more than 60,000 square feet of retail space in Palm Beach and Broward counties and employs more than 100 people. Both will continue to increase as they further expand throughout the markets.

Peking Duck House, located at 1200 E. Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano Beach, is 3,500 square feet and is expected to open in late November.

Saiko-I Sushi Lounge and Hibachi, located at 5791 Coral Ridge Drive in Parkland, is 4,000 square feet, and is expected to open in mid-December.

Saiko-I Sushi Lounge and Hibachi, located at 8100-8160 W. Broward Boulevard in Plantation, is 7,000 square feet, and is expected to open in early 2024.