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Friday, 02 March 2012


ed (from Yuma)

It's odd that Kirk only posted once about the place. I still remember meeting both of you there a while back and having, I think, the beef stew -- which, if memory serves, was very good.

Anyway, thanks for the reminder. I need to visit SD again soon!!


This is still our favorite pho place although it's been a while since we've been. The fried fish looks great. I should consider doing that next time and making my own Szechuan sauce to pour over it.


I remember that day,ed. It was the first time I met you in person. The beef stew at Lucky is the best...I've been trying it everywhere and plan on a "Bo Kho Showdown" post...I think we are subtle about Lucky in our mentions but not posting...
Hi Carol. Lucky is the place I recommend to anyone who asks where I like to eat. I put the fish on top of a salad, but a good Kung Pao or Szechuan sauce would make it perfect. Thanks for the idea.


i have never tried parrot fish - this post makes me want to get it next time we're up there...unless they have it down here at the c.v. seafood city.


Hi, cc. I think I saw parrot fish at Seafood City; Lucky is not the only place, anyhow. It's very dense (the fish looks small but weighed over a pound).

Treat Yourself

Always looking for new Pho places and judging from the photos, this may be my next try! Check out my blog if you get a chance and tell me what you think: :)

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