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Wednesday, 29 June 2011


ed (from Yuma)

That place looks real enough to be in Yuma.

I'm not familiar with camarones culichi -- though it could well be on the menu at Mr Choby's across the border. I will look for it.

ed (from Yuma)

Oh, I gotta add that right now Kirk is busy. Me, I'm just lazy.


Looks like some good eats! ha, wonder what else people have tried to use that bottle opener for to warranty a sign.


The California burritos were my husband's favorite when this place used to be called Bertha's. Not authentic Mexican cuisine, but they didn't contain any filler, so he said they were the best he's had. That chile relleno burrito is very unique!


Oh ed! I had culichi once and now am on the look out for it when out and about. It isn't quite a craving, but is appreciated each time I have it. This little place has surprised me on each visit-In a good way. {I gave you laziness credits in the next post.}
Really good food, Carol. I think the sign was for the bucket. The trash can is all of one table length away...
We loved Bertha's, Alyssa! I mentioned it, with a photo, in the middle of one post in 2006...the pound of carne asada nachos for less than $5 was a regular habit. I love a good chile relleno burrito, and the version at Taco Loco is particularly tasty.

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