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Tuesday, 10 October 2023



Interesting. I thought that Nanay's had closed. Now that I don't work/live in that area, I don't get to that food court very often. I might grab a plate next time I am nearby.


Wow, you're fast Dereck! Nanay's is still open....they used to be Tem's back in the day.

Som Tommy

I have not been to Nanay’s in a while. Need to go back


lots of rice!


I used to live on Sorrento Valley blvd and the only place remotely nearby the suburban wasteland there was that food court. Tems was usually pretty solid back in the day, but I don't get there very often anymore.


Hope you enjoy it ST!

And it's a "half portion" Kat!

I'm in the mode of revisiting all those places Dereck!


The bbq pork is my fav thing to get there too.


The food at Nanay's seems to be getting better Soo!

The Office Goat

Sue's is hard to pass up, but I always forget about Nanay's because I'm usually in the area for dinner, not lunch. Will have to sneak over some time to try Nanay's (don't tell Sue).


LOl TOG! Sue's is indeed hard to pass up and I think still better than Nanay's, so I wouldn't blame you if you stuck with that! And of course, I'd never squeal on you! ;o)

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