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Wednesday, 29 April 2009

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melissa

I love tempura anything. Deep fried lovely!

Dennis

I absolutely love places like these..

angelala

I have been visiting this food blog for a long time. Well, ever since I was dropped off in La Jolla and left to starve at school. =) Thank you for introducing me to the many eateries in SD.

E J

Kathy,
I just saw a sign yesterday while waiting in line for my free El Pollo Loco chicken that said Sang Dao is relocating just a couple of doors east of EPL.
They are supposed to open on the 30th. This is not far from Lemon Grove, so I thought you might be interested. Their food was being sold in a market just west of this location, so they already have fans in the area.

angelle

so i'm guessing... i won't be making a trip out there anytime soon...

RONW

those photos of condiments are becoming your trademark.

sawyer

i've seen donuts and chinese, but never pho/chinese/sushi. two thumbs for the sizzling rice soup...i haven't had that forever

Carol

I also like these little "quirky" places that only the locals visit. All it takes is a couple of good dishes, y'know? The sizzling rice soup and crispy noodle chow mein are right up my alley.

Janfrederick

Sounds really good, but I'd probably be afraid to try the Pho.

Cathy

Hi Melissa- it was a highlight.
A fun place, Dennis. The reason I like to blog.
Welcome to this side of the blog, Angelala. We are just sharing anonymously. There is some good stuff near UCSD, too.
Thanks for the tip, EJ. There goes my weekend!
Very perceptive, angelle. But if you are in the area...
I think so, Ron. These were interesting though. Packaged Chinese mustard...
Hey, Sawyer! It was either sizzling rice soup or egg foo young.
Crunchy is always good,and necessary, Carol.
...and you would be unafraid of the sushi, Janfrederick? :)

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