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Thursday, 14 May 2015



Wow, waffles and spicy crunchy fried chicken? Amazing gumbo? Where can I sign up?


Another place to try. There is another one near Leocynn's Lumpia and Kababayan by the way.


It's always nice to find great little places like this!

Soo H

Mmm.... Fried chicken. :-) How does the spice level compare with Popeye's fried chicken?


You'd enjoy it, Christine. Let me know if you are visiting.
It's great, cc-the view on West National Ave right in front is of the Coronado Bridge, where I thought we were heading. But, if I'm near Kababayan, I'm stopping there...fried chicken skins without the fuss!
It was a great find, Kirk. Southern Comfort Food done expertly.
It's a different batter than Popeye's, Soo...crispier and not as 'light'.Also, Popeye's pieces are a bit smaller. Eating the chicken skin plain, the spice flavors were really complimentary and only slightly spicy-hot; dipping in the hot sauce just brought it all together.

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