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Wednesday, 16 October 2013





The food looks great! I've been looking for a place that has awesome quail.


hi cathy - great post from a fun day! i did NOT like that huitlacoche and the lamb brains! i can scratch those two off my list now, ha ha.

@ Soo - Que Huong in City Heights serves quail (in a different style of course).


Me again...I noticed in the desserts section that Niederfranks (from National City) provides their ice cream AND they have an exclusive flavor only at Texcoco, the Jamaica sorbet. I've got to try that next time!


Really good, authentic Mexican food, Bill.
It's really good here (if you look at the website, there's a link to the Andrew Zimmern Travel Channel show). The quail was a bit of work, but really flavorful, Soo.
I know you didn't like the brains or huitlacoche, cc. I'm glad you tried it (and didn't have to have a whole serving, or let any go to waste). I was happy to get it fresh and learn about it. Next time, we will try one of the fresh made beverages and a bit of the sorbet as well as rabbit...and the cactus salad; I've always been curious about that...


Thanks for the warning about the work. I've had it a few times in San Francisco.

Thanks for the tip about Que Huong. I'll have to give them a try too.

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