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Friday, 18 October 2013



I didn't realize this was near Lucky's. I'll have to check it out next time, as well as make a quick visit to the donut place (blueberry!). I like it when the banh xeo's exterior is nice and crisp not soggy like some places.


We often get take-out here (while running to Lucky Seafood for some groceries). I've had the banh xeo here, but I will have to try the fish next time. BTW, the banh xeo at Pho Ban Mai (near Seafood City on Mira Mesa Blvd) is pretty good, too.


Yes, cc, when you face Lucky-it's on the left (the chestnut lady is back in front of the store BTW), Donut Stop is in the middle and Tan Ky Mi Gia is to the far right. We happened to walk into TKMG on Mother's Day one year (before the crowds) and that was our first visit-everything was special.
I was surprised at how many 'to go' orders we saw while eating lunch, Sandy. The signage is a clue, but I'd never thought about getting items to go here. We've been meaning to try the places near Seafood City, thanks for the recommendation.


I was surprised to see it's closed with a For Lease sign in the window. We were there about 2-1/2 weeks ago (well, actually my husband was there to pick up food to-go). Such a shame that they're closed.


Yes, I was told yesterday and took some photos. Should be on tonight's post.


So surprised also to see it closed, Sandy. It was a part of our 'rotation' when we didn't want to have lunch at Lucky before shopping. The noodles here were the best.

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