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Tuesday, 01 September 2009



Sounds like an interesting place to try for lunch. I used to go to a place similar in concept when I lived in the Bay Area. One of my favorite things to do was to get a combo sauce, half alfredo and have marinara. Mix those together and get a creamy tomato, yum!


I've heard about this place from a couple of people and have been meaning to check it out. The one time I did try, it was closed. I'll need to make a bigger effort to try this place.


Great idea, Carol. I would think someone would have thought of this concept before...even for making meals at home...

Hi kirbie- I just happened to see the signs. I had heard of it a long while ago but never even wrote it down. It is very good quality.


Cathy, funny you mentioned that because when I got my first place, long long time ago (did I say long?), I threw my first dinner party, which was a pasta party! I made 4 different types of pasta and three different sauces, some with meat. And guests would choose what they want on their pasta. Never thought of that becoming a restaurant idea!


Wow, that rigatoni looks good right now...Is this place across the street from the Super Buffet restaurant?


Hi Tammy. No, it's actually a few blocks East from Super Buffet-on that North side, right across from the MCAS Miramar Westernmost Gate entrance. It's a light and you'll see the Taco Bell/KFC place from the street. Do stop in. The food is great.

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