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Sunday, 02 October 2016



guess they need to work out the kinks.

Soo @ hungryones

Nice! A new place to try the fried chicken and chicken wings at. :-)


I feel compelled to try anything that the owners of Yakyudori create, so thanks for this!

Btw, totally unrelated but I remember you saying that the owners of Char House had some other projects in the works and I thick I spotted one of them. Yesterday when I was driving up College near SDSU, I saw a big "coming soon" sign on the space next to Cream and Bruxie. Sure enough, a second Pho on Fifth is opening soon. Nice to have the second location in East County, which is severely lacking in pho options, although parking is a mess in that area when school is in. It will be on my to visit list once Winter break starts though! Can't wait for your future review.


That's for sure at!

Yet another Soo!

Hope you get to check them out soon G! Thanks for the heads up!


I was thinking about checking them out today but closed on Tuesdays. Guess I'll need to wait til tomorrow.


Let me know what you think Junichi!


Finally tried them out last week. I liked it. A little too salty for my tastes but they want you to drink more! Loved that the cartilage had chunks of meat still attached. Reminded me of the ones at Tsuruhashi. Still no yelp page so Nabe-san must've told them not to list this location. He truly wants to keep it a secret. Only 2 other parties when I went and they were all Japanese.


Hey Junichi - Yeah, I think the food there is definitely tailored for drinking. Since they obviously want this to be a secret watering hole; perhaps I shouldn't do another post, huh?

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