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Entrance and deck at Horizen
Entrance and deck at Horizen
Cuisine Japanese
Location 3103 East Strong Street
Established 2002
Owner William and Linda Yang

Horizen is a restaurant located at 3103 East Strong Street in the East Pensacola Heights area. The restaurant is owned by William and Linda Yang, who previously owned the adjacent Hunan restaurant. Head chef John Ma left in late 2007 to open Baba Café in the former Breaktime Espresso location on Palafox Place.

Self-described as "innovative Asian cuisine," the menu is composed almost exclusively of Japanese dishes: sushi, udon and soba noodles, tempura, shabu-shabu, etc. A variety of sake is also available.

The restaurant's name is a portmanteau of the words horizon and zen (禅), a school of Buddhism.

Hours of operation[edit]


  • Monday-Friday 11am-3pm
  • Sat 11am-3pm
  • Sun 11am-2pm


  • Monday-Thursday 3pm-10pm
  • Friday 3pm-11pm
  • Saturday 3pm-11pm
  • Sunday 2pm-10pm

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