SoCal Food/Grub Thread

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Originally Posted by ooIRON MANoo

I'm a yelper! so Yelp! is your friend...majority of the time...
Road to Seoul is money, had another KBBQ (can't remember the name) but it was better.

Tahoe Galbi is also good, a little more pricey but a bit more classier than Road to Seoul.  Not that RtS is not classy but they lose points for having pop music loud as #%@% the entire time.  It's hard to have a convo in that place, it's a restaurant not a damn club.  
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oh what get at me on that yelp though man (jjc6723@gmail.com) I was writing reviews like crazy before but school has gotten too crazy haha. But thanks for the tip man imma check it out. 
But real talk we got this socal grub thread going we should get a NT eat and meet going on...
 
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this is a great thread lol, there's this place in brea at champan university called Bruxie Gourmet waffle sandwiches. Yup waffle sandwiches!



the pastrami was really good.



the chicken and waffle sandwich was bomb! the sauce in it was just crack lol the one next to it is a classic burger it was alright.
 
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I need more places in SD to try out. Any recommendations?

I've tried quite a few places since I moved out here, but I know there are a lot more.


When I hit up LA, I'll be trying spots yall posted, no doubt.
 
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Originally Posted by LA Lakers 8

I need more places in SD to try out. Any recommendations?

I've tried quite a few places since I moved out here, but I know there are a lot more.


When I hit up LA, I'll be trying spots yall posted, no doubt.
You gotta go to Saritas in SD I think its the best for carne asada fries and all that
Gaglione bros has some really good  philly cheese steaks

Luca Libre the green salsa is that crack tho

Snooze cool breakfast spot out in hillcrest

Vaqueros aka "The barrels" is the spot for some rolled tacos the carne asada burrito was alright

Titas Kitchenette good chicken bbq sticks good filipino food also

 Homestyle Hawaiian i think is the best hawaiian spot out in SD with Island style a close second. 
 
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Originally Posted by JJC6723

Originally Posted by LA Lakers 8

I need more places in SD to try out. Any recommendations?



I've tried quite a few places since I moved out here, but I know there are a lot more.




When I hit up LA, I'll be trying spots yall posted, no doubt.
You gotta go to Saritas in SD I think its the best for carne asada fries and all that
Gaglione bros has some really good  philly cheese steaks

Luca Libre the green salsa is that crack tho

Snooze cool breakfast spot out in hillcrest

Vaqueros aka "The barrels" is the spot for some rolled tacos the carne asada burrito was alright

Titas Kitchenette good chicken bbq sticks good filipino food also

 Homestyle Hawaiian i think is the best hawaiian spot out in SD with Island style a close second. 
YOO, I live close to Saritas and go there at least once a week. I agree, the best carne asada fries mayne. Everything I've tried there is CRACC!

I haven't tried any of the other spots tho. The cheesesteak and Hawaiian joint will be tried soon, good looking out fam
 
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Originally Posted by lifestooshort80

this is a great thread lol, there's this place in brea at champan university called Bruxie Gourmet waffle sandwiches. Yup waffle sandwiches!
There actually is one in Brea, and one in Orange close to Chapman University...Just so you don't confuse people.
 

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Deli News in Long Beach is not to be #!+%$$ with


Great italian food with uber cheap prices..... Once order a large EVERYTHING pizza, plate of raviolis, and a meatball sub under 20 bucks
 
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Originally Posted by ooIRON MANoo

I'm a yelper! so Yelp! is your friend...majority of the time...
Road to Seoul is money, had another KBBQ (can't remember the name) but it was better.

Tahoe Galbi is also good, a little more pricey but a bit more classier than Road to Seoul.  Not that RtS is not classy but they lose points for having pop music loud as #%@% the entire time.  It's hard to have a convo in that place, it's a restaurant not a damn club.  
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Road to Seoul is my favorite kbbq spot.
Another spot by there that I love is Castle BBQ. Slightly cheaper than Road To Seoul.
 
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Originally Posted by JJC6723

Originally Posted by LA Lakers 8

I need more places in SD to try out. Any recommendations?



I've tried quite a few places since I moved out here, but I know there are a lot more.




When I hit up LA, I'll be trying spots yall posted, no doubt.
You gotta go to Saritas in SD I think its the best for carne asada fries and all that
Gaglione bros has some really good  philly cheese steaks

Luca Libre the green salsa is that crack tho

Snooze cool breakfast spot out in hillcrest

Vaqueros aka "The barrels" is the spot for some rolled tacos the carne asada burrito was alright

Titas Kitchenette good chicken bbq sticks good filipino food also

 Homestyle Hawaiian i think is the best hawaiian spot out in SD with Island style a close second. 
Last night before the Laker game I went to Gaglione Bros. It was pretty damn good, the best cheesesteak I've had on the westcoast so far, and I've lived in SoCal my whole life (I'm 27). However, it didn't match the cheesesteak's I had at Gino's or Tony Luke's in Philly. Their garlic fries are on point too.

It's a little pricey imo, but u already know Ima continue coming here.
I ordered the 12" mushroom cheesesteak w/onions and whiz, and garlic fries. Have u tried the cheezesteak fries? If they had garlic cheezesteak fries best believe I would've ordered them on site. Next time I'm there, Ima ask if they can do that for me.
 
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Some places in SD I enjoy that haven't been listed:
Brian's American Eatery in Hillcrest (breakfast all day, legit chicken and waffles)

Cafe on Park in North Park (brunch is amazing)

Urban Solace in North Park (legit spot, cinnamon roll for brunch is redic)

Bronx Pizza in Hillcrest (legit NY style by-the-slice pizza)

Cotixan/Super Sergio/Lolitas (not as good as my spot Saritas but not shabby)

Tajima 1 and 2 in Clairemont Mesa (Ramen house, and good Japanese food)

TJ's Oyster Bar in Bonita (BEST FISH TACO IN THE WORLD, try the Pulpas (octopus) and grilled shrimp)

Min Sok Chon in Clairemont Mesa (love the Spam Kimchi Fried Rice and sweet spicy wings and the soju)

Point Loma Seafood in Point Loma (get yourself the crab or shrimp salad sandwich)

Craft and Commerce in Little Italy (Bacon Wrapped Corn Dogs and their fried chicken daaaaaaaamn)
 
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Just got back from Vegas and i know how a lot of us go out there
But had some of the best Authentic Mexican food ive ever had
Its called Lindo Michoacan
Really good Mexican gourmet that have won countless of awards and really recognized in Vegas
Bout 10 minutes of the strip but really well worth it



 

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Originally Posted by JJC6723

Originally Posted by 951guero

Any good places for Wings that yal recommend around the IE area (excluding the usuals BWW, WS,Hooters)
i've been wanting to check this place out in riverside called hotlanta wings and things but thats the only one out this way that I hear about.

Sup to all my folks livin/eatin good
I tried this spot, cool +** workers but wasnt impressed at all with the taste.I think i got bbq and my girl got lemon Pepper, does not touch wing stop.Also got catfish which was ok.Fish & chips - Carnabys in La PuenteOstineria (sp) Colima in hacienda hts could bring your own beer great shrimp cocktailsMiddle Eastern - Olive Pit in Brea (zuchinis & that dip oww), massis kabob in santa anita mall food court
, daryas in OCFilipino - Magic Wok in ArtesiaI typically stay away from mexican spots cause IMO mexican food is something that can easily be f'd up
 

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Pomona - donahues, kwons chicken chop suey, louisiana chicken/chinese food catfish
 
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Originally Posted by bright nikes

Pomona - donahues, kwons chicken chop suey, louisiana chicken/chinese food catfish
Can't leave this spot out when you talkin about chicken in pomona. Dinos Chicken and Burger (Pomona/LA). You get like half a chicken with fries for $6 but there sauce, its different it's like a spicy lemon type thing going on with it tho.
 
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Originally Posted by rck2sactown

Deli News in Long Beach is not to be #!+%$$ with


Great italian food with uber cheap prices..... Once order a large EVERYTHING pizza, plate of raviolis, and a meatball sub under 20 bucks
Deli News is clutch for CSULB students.


I also enjoy Foggia Deli and GenkiYaki in Lakewood, both places are good eats.
 

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theres a dinos in ptown

Been workin there for 2yrs will check it out i always see them in laEdit: right by my work too
bravo is also a go to spot for breakfast burritos
 
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Wingmasters Cafe in Uptown Whittier. I'm a wing junkie and best wings i've ever had. Lemon Pepper wings are crack. I've been going back to this spot at least a few times a month on junk food sundays.

Staff is really cool and friendly. Thank me later.
 

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Hmmm the Santa Fe Italian Deli in Seal Beach is on point if you go on Saturdays for their special sandwich.... honestly the best sandwich I've ever had
no joke


Also you guys been to the Secret Spot in Huntington, its more Sunset but still, that place is borderline vegetarian/vegan but is so fire

PMatic, you go to CSULB??
 
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Originally Posted by rck2sactown

Hmmm the Santa Fe Italian Deli in Seal Beach is on point if you go on Saturdays for their special sandwich.... honestly the best sandwich I've ever had
no joke


Also you guys been to the Secret Spot in Huntington, its more Sunset but still, that place is borderline vegetarian/vegan but is so fire

PMatic, you go to CSULB??
No he goes to CSUF.
 

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Ah good stuff man, congrats. I'm on that campus almost as much as I am on Sac St's campus
 
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Originally Posted by PMatic

Ecook.


Yeah rck, I'm a 49er. I'll be graduating in two weeks.
I hate both of you equally now.

Can't wait for the Kings to be in Anaheim








Low blow.
 

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Zing!


If they move to Anaheim I legitimately think I might do something.... stupid.....................to the Honda Center.....................
 
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