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Thursday, 26 February 2015



The bf has been craving pastrami lately and we stopped by Milton's in Del Mar. I could not believe they charged $18 (I believe) for a stuffed pastrami sandwich. So the one you got here looks like a very fair deal. I haven't had home made cream of broccoli soup in ages. Maybe this place will be nice to drop by when it rains this weekend.


Miltons charges crazy prices, Faye, but the food is good. Farmer Boys doesn't put the pastrami on rye bread, but we've never asked for the sandwich that way; it's good the way it is. I think you'd like anything ordered here. {There are so many taco shops listing 'pastrami' on their signage just North of us (we were stuck in traffic and took side roads in City of Commerce last year; saw at least ten) that I plan to do a post (and comparison tastings) later this year; we do like good pastrami}.


Pastrami is always a good choice!


Everything here is a good choice, cc. It's a nicer fast food place. We also like the Escondido Vallarta location a bit better, so our 'excuse' to drive North is justified.


This place is still around? I enjoyed the fried zucchini when it first opened in Tustin around 2005 I'm not even sure if it is still around.


It is still around, Bill. The two San diego county locations are both steadily busy. Now I'm wanting the zucchini...

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