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Tuesday, 03 May 2016



We went there last Friday, Ed; after a lunch inside Balboa International market (which makes their own pita, 5 for $1.05). There will be a post soon. More importantly, Kokoro has signage!


Nice that Kokoro is open for lunch again; albeit only on Fridays.

Ed  (from Yuma)

That's hilarious, Cathy. What odds? I'm looking forward to the post.

Kirk, the website says open M - F for lunch and M - Sa for dinner. We called from the road (Tina called, I was driving) just to be sure. So maybe they're getting back into lunches. The lunch menu is pretty long, so it looks like they're invested.


Nice assortment of good eats.
Is it just me that I'm not a fan of communal utinsel?

Ed  (from Yuma)

billy, I hope folks didn't put dirty chopsticks back into the box. I'm used to pho places with the bunches of chopsticks and the soup spoons nested into each other, so I thought nothing of it.


I loved Kokoro's lunch! Thanks for the reminder.

Ed  (from Yuma)

Yeh, Jack, I know Kirk likes lunches there too. Nice little place.

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