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Sunday, 30 June 2013



Very nice! Good to know that there is a crepes option in the area, as temporary as it is. Wow, those plastic food models look good enough to eat!


Hi Kathy, I noticed them end of last week but the only savory crepe was with tuna so I passed. Marion have been doing their rounds the last few Mitsuwa fairs. Btw there another Okinawa/Kyushu event coming up middle of July.


Mitsuwa, another place to visit when in the OC. Love how the Japanese display there food.


It was such a surprise to see, cc. Looking at the food models made it a 'have to' snack, which was so good.
We would've tried the tuna/cheese crepe if we were here before eating lunch, Dennis. Sometimes I don't read the Mitsuwa flyers that show up in the mail each week, and need to pay better attention. Definitely will go for the Okinawa Kyushu event.
Yes, definitely, Bill. I'd forgotten how nice Mitsuwa is, with all the other Asian Markets around. It's going back on our 'rotation'.


I saw them there over the weekend too! The crepes looked amazing and reasonably priced. Glad to hear they will be around for two more weeks


The crépes are worth the stop, Faye. You don't have to get any with the ice cream, but know it's a nice, high quality addition. I'm curious about the tuna and will return before the 14th.


Oh man i have to check this out. Also you guys should check out Rita's in Carlsbad. Get your frozen custard on!


Better hurry, Geo- Sunday is the last day! Thanks for the Carlsbad custard tip; haven't found a good frozen custard out here.

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