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Wednesday, 24 February 2016



Looks like this place could endure the curse.


Until your chef burns out. Sounds awesome though. That burger patty looks like it had a really nice sear.

Soo @ hungryones

Good looking onion rings! I don't like the ones you get at fast food places.

Ed  (from Yuma)

I think so billy. around lunchtime during the week, it is packed - people standing and waiting sometimes.

I think this is a family operation, jan. The word is that they have been catering for years, so maybe the cooking or at least kitchen directing is in family.

And so true, Soo. So few onion rings are made by the restaurant. Mostly they come in frozen off the wholesaler's truck.


the food looks so good, reading about it made me hungry. hope it finally beat the curse.

Ed  (from Yuma)

Thanks for the comments on this post and the one about Asian Store. It is nice to have some locals provide feedback.


hi Ed, thanks for your reviews over the years. sorry that i didn't mention that i'm from san diego. about once a year i'd go to phoenix/tucson visiting friends and always stop by Yuma to eat. it's nice to know about what's good from a local.
we went to viejo loco (chile verde & spinach enchilada) based on your recommendation.
reading about how much you enjoyed asian food, it makes me glad that there's a market to get your groove on.
so thank you, Ed.

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