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Friday, 11 September 2015

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ken

Excellent pub grub for sure. When it's not too hot, the patio in back is a nice place to eat and to get away from the noise in the bar. Ale list is well curated and one nitro handle. A definite plus for La Mesa. Nice review. I'm gonna have to try the Bistro Burger without the meat.

Ning Wei Wang

I am Ning Wei Wang. I love your article. Salad and burger is very delicious. We have serveral palces in China,too. When I was a student in Ed(from Yuma)'s class, I talked a lot of things about the east food and culture.To be honest, this article give me a good memory in my heart. I want to write a poem in one second.
this is my poems:
Spring water is the delicacy in natural,
On royal plates,with Gold and gem,for thee,
The fruity sweet of Salad,slight aroma in archaic and fantactic culture,
By myself, as sweet as the ice cream,you see
Roast beef and chicken, beer is spicy!!
I love this place, I love food writing,Ning

nhbilly

Food looks like it is worth the coronary attack.

Cathy

We usually park in back, Ken, but never have thought of sitting on the patio, although you are right about the noise level some days. We did notice the nitro selection and will be trying it next time. The Bistro Burger without meat is brussels sprouts and mozzarella with balsamic aioli, which sounds really good right now- and a possible side dish for Thanksgiving!

It was a 'splurge day' for us, Bill...and worth it.


caninecologne

Holy cow...that Bistro Burger which I know my husband would enjoy. As for me, minus the balsamic but other than that, it's calling my name.

Cathy

Everything is good here, cc. Almost every item includes some sort of unique sauce, so maybe ask for a description of ingredients (I know you aren't fond of certain flavors or heat levels).

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