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Tuesday, 15 December 2009

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bill

Just your lucky day for more carbs.
Since I'm going to be back in OC by next week I need to get all my fixen down.

Soondubu,InNOut,Ramen,KBBQ,Baja Fish,Peruvian, sushi, and I really need to try this milensa torta.

LOL I'm going to be busy with my stomach this holiday.

Su-Lin

How nice is that? (the packing of more potatoes for you.) And what a sandwich - I've not come across a breaded and fried beef fillet sandwich before!

Kirk

Hi Billy - I hope you've been getting that stomach into eating shape! You've got quite a lot of ground to cover.

Hi Su-Lin - That was a very nice touch...... Milanesa is a common preparation in Latin America - just their term for a beef or chicken cutlet.

kat

That was so nice! The sandwich looked really good too :)

Kirk

Hi Kat - THe milanesa was done quite well. The gentleman who runs the place is very nice, and obviously quite generous.

Loren

Just ate here on the basis of this review. Never would thought to try it out even though I work at the South Bay Courthouse. Very tasty milanesa torta, would've liked more avocado but that's all good. They had some extras on the side including some garlic red sauce (good) a very smoky chipotle crema (good kick) and some caramelized onions which were a great addition to the milanesa. It was very good, I'll definitely swing by here again.

Kirk

Hi Loren - I'm glad you enjoyed your meal. I really need to get back there.

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