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nroot Apr 12, 2012 05:14 PM

I'm trying to discover the best of (insert cuisine) within a30-40 minute drive of downtown San Diego. Here's a list of the places that are my current go-tos. I'm sure that some of my current list can be beaten - does anyone have better recommendations? I care about the quality and authenticity of the food more much more than atmosphere or anything else like that.

Greek: Cafe Athena
Moroccan: Kous Kous Moroccan Bistro
Persian: Darband Fifth Avenue Grill (Is there a Persian place with more stews/rice dishes rather than kabobs?)
Ethiopian: Muzita Abyssinian Bistro
Mexican: Super Cocina (I also like Mariscos German)
Thai: Amarin
Japanese (Ramen): Tajima (Santouka as well)
Japanese (Sushi): Sushi Ota
Italian (Pizza): Caffe Calabria
Italian (Other): ????? (Italy totally spoiled me, seriously is there good/authentic non-Neapolitan Italian food somewhere in SD?)
Chinese: ????? (Any good recommendations?)

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    dbwave Dec 9, 2013 06:28 PM

    For Chinese.....Chef Chin's on Convoy. You have to ask for the "secret menu" though or you will be eating orange chicken!

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      DoctorChow Dec 9, 2013 07:35 PM

      Is there a particular dish or two that you'd recommend from the "secret menu"?

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        dbwave Dec 10, 2013 08:44 AM

        Just ask for the "authentic or Asian" menu. I have tried a lot. They are all good. The one that stands out is the liver. Supposedly the chef cooks liver and kidneys a certain style that is authentic and not done anywhere except china. Enjoy and report back your findings!

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          Dagney Dec 10, 2013 10:21 AM

          I am going to try this. We ate at Din Tai Fung, (I think I got the name right) in SGV recently, and the food blew us away. If we could get that quality in San Diego.....oh my.....what a dream!

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            ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 03:31 PM

            The closest that SD has to DTF is Liang's.

            The sad part about that is DTF isn't even all that great.

            Next time you make the trek to SGV and are jonesing for some XLB, hit me up, or post, or use this chart as a rough guide http://blogs.laweekly.com/squidink/20....

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              Fake Name Dec 10, 2013 03:46 PM

              Hey.

              You guys are code-talkin, aintcha?

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                ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 03:52 PM

                Sorry Fakey.

                XLB = Xiao Long Bao

                DTF = Din Tai Fung (a chain originating in Taiwan famed for their XLB, which has now spread to China and parts of the US, mostly LA)

                SGV = San Gabriel Valley (aka Montebello around these parts)

                Liang's = Taiwanese chain originated in SGV, but now has spread up and down CA, as well as Vegas and parts of the NE and PNW.

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                  Fake Name Dec 10, 2013 03:56 PM

                  I knew that.

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                DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 04:11 PM

                Have you tried the pork liver at Chef Chin's, ipse? I'd be interested in your take. I thoroughly enjoyed it at lunch today.

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                  ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 04:19 PM

                  I take it you are talking about the stir-fried (or pan-fried) pork liver (or aka 爆炒豬肝)?

                  Was your dish essentially slices of pork liver, stir fried in what should have been a mixture of cooking wine, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, salt, as well as perhaps some green onions, carrots, etc.?

                  I've had this dish before, but not at CC's.

                  I am glad you liked it. I'm not generally a big fan of stir-fired pork liver at restaurants, if given the choice I prefer ordering the stir-fried pig's blood, which is much harder to replicate at home.

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                    DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 04:25 PM

                    Yes. The menu is in Chinese with English translations under, as you said. I don't recognize the Chinese that you wrote out here, but it said "fried" pork liver on the menu, without additional specificity (stir- vs. pan-fried).

                    And yes, it was very thin slices of liver about 1-1/2 - 2 in. long and 1" wide, plus some 3 in. dia x 3 mm thick black mushrooms, along with scallions, a few water chestnut slices, and a flavorful thin sauce.

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                  Dagney Dec 10, 2013 08:32 PM

                  LOVE this! Thank you...We need to make an LA trip sometime in the next two weeks for a Xmas gift. XLB in our near future.

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                DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 02:11 PM

                This solved my problem of deciding where to go for lunch today.

                The “secret” menu isn’t really that terribly secret -- they have both piled on the counter in front, but knowing that it’s the black-colored one is useful. I had to say “authentic” and “Asian” about three times before the server (who seated me and didn’t speak English well) understood that’s what I wanted, but I finally got it. I ordered the pork liver, per your post.

                A cup of hot and sour soup -- part of the “lunch special” -- came out first, of course. Sadly, it was terribly nondescript, a flat, generic, obviously Americanized toned-down bland recipe. Uggh. Very disappointing, so I was prepared for the worst.

                But then came the liver and it was delicious. I’ll let others speak for authenticity and uniqueness, etc., but this dish is excellent, IMO. A person has to like liver to enjoy it, but if they do, they're in for a treat.

                Right on the money, dbwave. Thanks for the tip.

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                  honkman Dec 10, 2013 02:30 PM

                  What else was on the "secret" menu ?

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                    Fake Name Dec 10, 2013 02:35 PM

                    That'd be secrets, now wouldn't it?

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                      DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 02:41 PM

                      It was a thick menu -- as thick as the (red) regular menu -- many pages of items. But I didn't look through it. I was specifically searching for the liver, which was right on top of the second page (along with kidney).

                      I definitely plan to go again, and when I do I'll peruse the "secret" menu more thoroughly. For now, maybe dbwave can answer your question.

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                        dbwave Dec 10, 2013 03:02 PM

                        Its been a while. I remember the liver, jellyfish and a spicy fish. The hostess/owner was extremely friendly and impressed with Caucasians eating the food we did. She was recommended dishes for us.

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                        ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 03:15 PM

                        It's not really a secret, it's just a menu that has English subtitles.

                        Without overgeneralizing, the Chinese menu has a combination of Sichuan and Shanghainese specialties

                        So you'll have traditional Shanghainese favorites like sea chickens (or field chickens), red braised meats (esp. pork in all cuts/varieties), lion's head meatballs, smoked duck, etc.

                        Oddly, you'll also find a spate of Sichuan dishes like water boiled fish, liang pi, MaPo tofu, cold pickled dishes made with intestine or offal parts, as well as jelly fish, etc.

                        The also have "faux" XLB. They cop to it, not a derogatory term by me.

                        The real gem of Chef Chin's isn't so much the "secret" menu, but that it serves Chinese/Taiwanese breakfast fare. And while it's not great, it is in fact spectacularly mediocre. Probably only place to edible Taiwanese breakfast outside of Rancho Penasquitos at Yenchim (which also has "secret" menu, FWIW, but this time with no subtitles).

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                          honkman Dec 10, 2013 04:58 PM

                          Which brings up the question if there are any other (most likely asian/chinese) restaurants which have "additional/secret etc" menus with better/less americanized food. (Some of the menus might not be really secret but if you don't know thay they exists it is hard to ask for). The only one I was aware of (and use) is Golden City.

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                            ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 05:05 PM

                            If they have a real chef in the back just about any Chinese restaurant in SD will have a menu reserved for more authentic dishes.

                            For example, I don't think I've ever really looked at a China Max's menu.

                            If you know what you want or tell them that you'll take what's good (a sort of Chinese omakase, if you will) you will get the "secret" menu.

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                              DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 07:16 PM

                              @ipsedixit: Do you know if Liang's has a "secret" menu?

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                                ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 07:26 PM

                                No, not in the sense of Chef Chin's as Liang's does not cater to the "lauwei" (or 老外) clientele.

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                                  DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 07:35 PM

                                  Agree that Liang's regular menu already has some interesting and unusual items on it. Speaking, that is, from a lauwei's perspective.

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                                    ipsedixit Dec 10, 2013 07:47 PM

                                    Depending on what strikes your fancy on Liang's menu, you might also like the stuff at Yes! Pingo, which has more Taiwanese street food/snacks than does Liang's, which is more Beijing (and Fujianese)-influenced Taiwanese fare.

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                                      DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 07:59 PM

                                      Thanks! Never been to Yes!Pingo -- I'll definitely check it out.

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                                        DoctorChow Dec 11, 2013 08:07 PM

                                        Had a nice bowl of Dan Zai Mein at Yes!Pingo today. A simple dish, very plain but satisfying on a cool day.

                                        The darn shrimp just kept staring at me, though. I had to turn the eyeballs upside down.

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                                          ipsedixit Dec 11, 2013 08:22 PM

                                          That's why the "secret instruction manual" tells you to suck and eat the shrimp heads first.

                                          :-)

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                                    Fake Name Dec 11, 2013 06:04 AM

                                    More jargon.

                                    Great.

                                    I'll never learn anything.

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                                      ipsedixit Dec 11, 2013 07:52 AM

                                      To quote a wise man ...

                                      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/8438...

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                                DoctorChow Dec 10, 2013 07:07 PM

                                Walmido (alas, gone now) used to have a separate "Korean" menu, and it had their best dishes on it. That also wasn't advertised or offered -- you had to know about it and ask. I can't name any other specific places, but I suspect ipse is right about there being others out there.

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                                koreansoup Dec 16, 2013 01:01 AM

                                specifically what do they have that is good at Yenchims? I live nearby but had the impression it was nothing special. I would love to be proved wrong.

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                                  ipsedixit Dec 16, 2013 07:55 AM

                                  It isn't anything special.

                                  They've got some Sichuan stuff (water boiled fish, dry noodles, mapo tofu, fish head stews, etc.), as well as some casseroles and offal dishes.

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                                    koreansoup Dec 18, 2013 10:01 PM

                                    umm..... yeah....

                                    just tried tonight for the first and unfortunately the last time.

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                              dbwave Dec 10, 2013 02:41 PM

                              Hi. When we first went for dinner, we were seated and given the "american menu". We had to ask for the "secret one". I have not been since summer. When we went last, we shared the liver with a friend who was a bit squeamish, I would recommend dinner if possible with lots Tsing Tao beer!

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                        globalevent May 10, 2013 10:06 PM

                        Thai - Supannee in Pt Loma. Outstanding! Fresh, creative, authentic, friendly, clean and attractive, great value

                        Taste of Himalaya - haven't had better in SD

                        Mexican - la Forchada in Barrio Logan

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                          deckape May 11, 2013 09:29 AM

                          (La Fachada)

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                            globocity Dec 4, 2013 02:18 PM

                            from one "global" to another:
                            I'm wondering why La Fachada isn't recognized more on this board. What do you recommend to get there?

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                            nmanowitz Jan 28, 2013 07:45 PM

                            Cuban / Puerto Rican: Andres (old school)
                            Pizza (Naples): Bruno's (crust is thin, not crispy, but great char)

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                              maryambaker Jan 27, 2013 03:13 PM

                              if you like Persian food, I can recommend the little restaurant in the back of Balboa International Market. Their produce and their homemade Persian breads are great, too!

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                                dnamj Nov 30, 2013 07:19 PM

                                The Persian place in the Black Mtn. Indian mall has jars of house made Torshi you can buy, and I ordered some with my food and it was awesome. They also have Sabzi Gormeh on the menu always, my favorite.

                              2. RhonelyInsanediego Dec 4, 2012 01:12 PM

                                Two days ago I got take out from one of my go to Chinese places, Dumpling Inn. My usual offerings were good. All the dumplings, Xiao Long Bao, Beef Curry, pot stickers, etc were tasty, The Seabass in black bean sauce is always a favorite and didn't disappoint. The satay lamb with Chinese greens was also pretty good. But their 3 ingredient pan fried noodle was fed to my dogs. Horrible. Very very stinky seafood smell and taste and the shrimps were literally mush. They had obviously been sitting a long time and had long ago gone bad. They were like nasty stinky paste that dissolved at the touch.

                                Overall our meal was pretty good, but those pan fried noodles were so bad, I question the kitchen that made that dish and let it go out. I guess they don't care about repeat customers?

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                                  pine time Nov 6, 2012 10:04 AM

                                  Any updates on Indian?

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                                    maryambaker Nov 19, 2012 03:39 PM

                                    Surati Farsan Mart was a real disappointment! Has it gone downhill lately? I ordered samosas with cholle to take out about a month ago and my son ordered another chaat (I forget which; it wasn't as bad as mine). My samosas were very small and the crust had a hard, overly-reheated texture; there were NO chutneys either! Any Indian restaurant should be able to make a decent samosa; even the Indian pizza restaurant in Joshua Tree makes a better samosa! I can recommend Madras Cafe in the same Black Mt. Rd. shopping center as Surati; their South Indian lunchtime buffet is excellent. Complimentary dosas (not much filling but what there is, is good!) and excellent sambar and rasam and unusual South Indian dishes you don't get anywhere else. Just don't go to Madras Cafe on weekends; too many babies and harried staff.

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                                      pine time Nov 20, 2012 03:15 PM

                                      Thanks. Have been mostly underwhelmed with Surati Farsan. I make samosas at home, so not looking for those in a restaurant, though. May give the Madras Cafe another try--it was okay, but it's been awhile since I was there. Appreciate your ideas.

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                                        ipsit Dec 4, 2012 12:18 PM

                                        That samosa doesn't sound right at all - but then their samosas have never been great. As for the chole samosa, it is usually served with chutneys mixed in - I'm guessing they would oblige if you you asked for some on the side. As Iv'e said before, their strengths lie in the Gujarati food domain - everything else is mediocre at best
                                        Madras Cafe remains as underwhelming as ever. Almost everything is underspiced and rather poorly executed in my opinion. My biggest issue with the place has been a lack of effort. On a recent visit the rasam was overdone with asafoetida.

                                        On a different note, I had a surprisingly pleasant meal recently at Taste of the Himalayas. They advertise as Indian/Nepali cuisine. Their momos were the real deal (though a couple on my plate had broken - not a good thing). The biryani was also good, as was the Kerau paneer we tried. They had dal soup served complimentary - probably a nod to the staple Nepali dalbhat, which for some reason, is not on the menu. Still - the dal was cumin-y and garlicky, the way it should be. Our friends ordered achari chicken and it actually had pieces of achar (mango pickle) mixed in - the real deal! This is based on just one visit, but we will return - which is more than can be said for 90% of Indian restaurants we've tried in SD.

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                                          pine time Dec 4, 2012 01:44 PM

                                          Thanks, ipsit--will drag Mr. Pine to Taste of Himalayas!

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                                          RhonelyInsanediego Dec 4, 2012 01:09 PM

                                          Rhonely family and I ate at Surati Farsan just before Thanksgiving. We all enjoy Indian food but were pretty disappointed with our latest offering. The Samosas, weren't crisp at all, the seemed rubbery on the outside and dry on the inside. Sauces they were served with were pretty good. The Dosa was really bad. Very rubbery and tough with very meager and bland filling. Based on the textures and general condition I would say both items were not fresh and were definitely microwaved (too long) until they got that funky microwave rubber texture.

                                          Won't be going back anytime soon.

                                      2. Dagney Aug 10, 2012 01:29 AM

                                        Sultan in El Cajon. Excellent Turkish in El Cajon?? Who knew. The food is good. The service is good. Their lentil soup is to die. The flatbread is made to order. They have a house-made selection of Baklavas that will make you cry. .

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                                          BrewNChow Aug 11, 2012 08:19 PM

                                          Kebab Shop has several locations around town and is an excellent Turkish shwarma place. The only one I've found in so-cal besides Spitz in LA that's on the level you find all over Europe. The lamb shwarma wrap is my favorite.

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                                            Fake Name Oct 31, 2012 04:46 PM

                                            wait for it...

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                                              honkman Oct 31, 2012 09:05 PM

                                              Jehovah, jehovah....sorry...Berlin, Berlin

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                                            Ed Dibble Dec 1, 2013 07:30 PM

                                            Sultan has closed . . . sad.

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                                              Dagney Dec 1, 2013 10:30 PM

                                              I know! Ugh!! The owner still runs the Baklava half of the restaurant though, so you can still get excellent Baklava. There is a Persian restaurant there now.

                                          3. phee Aug 6, 2012 11:49 AM

                                            Had lunch with friends on Saturday at Muzita. Very good food and wonderful service. Each dish, sauce, side was explained by our server (who even brought out small amounts to taste for a couple of sides), and - important to note based on recent CH complaints - we were NEVER RUSHED. Great spot for vegans, vegetarians, or omnivores.

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                                              JadyS Jun 11, 2012 04:48 PM

                                              Italian: Pomodoro Ristorante (one of my favorites)
                                              Thai: Sab E Lee
                                              Vietnamese (Pho): Pho Ca Dao in Mira Mesa
                                              Nepalese: Himalayan in La Mesa
                                              Chinese (Mongolian): Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot
                                              Chinese (Dim Sum): China Max
                                              Chinese (Other): Spicy City, Spicy House, Sam Woo

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                                                Sh4dowf33t Nov 9, 2013 03:40 PM

                                                Have you tried Pho Cow Cali down the street in Mira Mesa? I think it's on a whole other level. The broth is outstanding.

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                                                Esqo Apr 16, 2012 04:23 PM

                                                Italian - Bencotto, Arrivederci
                                                Thai - Sab E Lee, Siam Nara
                                                Vietnamese - Minh Ky
                                                Chinese (Taiwanese) - Mama Liang's
                                                Japanese (Sushi) - Kaito
                                                Japanese (Ramen) - Yakitori Yakyudori
                                                Korean (BBQ) - Dae Jang Keum
                                                Mexican (tacos) - Tacos El Gordo

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                                                  karaethon Apr 16, 2012 05:29 PM

                                                  Interesting I agree with most of your list but I've never been to Minh Ky. I'll have to try that out sometime.

                                                  For Yakyudori I don't think it has Yakitori in the name anymore?

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                                                    Esqo Apr 16, 2012 09:35 PM

                                                    I'm glad we both have good taste, karaethon! I think I've read a number of your posts with interest and probably tried restaurants you've recommended.

                                                    As for Minh Ky, I say the place is more Chinese-Vietnamese with a heavy emphasis on noodles/soups. My faves are the duck noodles, wonton noodles and the spicy curry noodles (broth on the side).

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                                                      karaethon Apr 17, 2012 04:45 PM

                                                      I took a peek at the menu and it seemed similar to Luong Hai Ky or Tan Ky Mi Gia...

                                                      I'd be a fan if their quality of wonton noodle is closer to Hong Kong quality

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                                                        JadyS Jun 11, 2012 04:44 PM

                                                        Have you tried wonton noodles at Sam Woo in 99 Ranch? It's pretty good.

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                                                    tavmark Jun 11, 2012 07:51 AM

                                                    +1 for Siam Nara - my brother and his wife (who is Malaysian) suggested this last night with our kids; i love this place; SO good; had the summer surf and turf fish dish in basil sauce; outstanding; makes me wish I still lived back in SD

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                                                      travelprof Oct 31, 2012 03:49 PM

                                                      - 1 for Siam Nara. I went there yesterday and the food was bland. The papaya salad lacked spice; it was not spicy whatsoever. The waiter did not ask about spice level, which is fine with me if the food is spicy when it is supposed to be spicy. Come on, you can't serve Som Tam like that. I addition, the beef (Weeping Tiger) was overcooked (well done). Again, the waiter did not ask how I wanted my beef. I looked forward to eating here, but was rather disappointed. I'd rather go to Sab E Lee or Supannee House of Thai.

                                                  3. jmtreg Apr 16, 2012 03:55 PM

                                                    Italian (Pizza) - Pizzeria Bruno (its about four blocks from me, as opposed to Caffe Calabria, which is about 15 blocks).
                                                    Italian (Other) - I like Arrivederci in Hillcrest and Cucina Urbana
                                                    Chinese: China Max and maybe, Spicy City
                                                    Lebanese: Mama's Bakery

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                                                      The Office Goat Apr 14, 2012 10:18 PM

                                                      Lebanese: Alforon.
                                                      Afghan: Ariana Kabob House

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                                                        Ed Dibble Apr 16, 2012 07:56 AM

                                                        Good on Alforon

                                                        Sultan for Turkish
                                                        Mien Trung for Bun Rieu and Bun Bo Hue

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                                                          DoctorChow Dec 4, 2013 09:17 PM

                                                          Agree about the bun rieu and bun bo hue at Mien Trung, and would add bun thit nuong to the list. Also their chao vit, for those who enjoy chao in general and chao ga in particular. No pho at this place!

                                                      2. honkman Apr 12, 2012 05:52 PM

                                                        Japanese (Ramen): Yakitori
                                                        Thai: Siam Nara
                                                        Peruvian: Q'ero
                                                        Pizza: Blue Ribbon

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                                                          yanks26dmb Apr 13, 2012 01:06 PM

                                                          Didn't care for Q'ero. Thought it was over priced for the quality. My entree came out a bit dry. Nothing particularly stood out.

                                                          For Thai I'm a big fan of Original Sab-E-Lee
                                                          For Indian, I love Punjabi Tandoor

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                                                            honkman Apr 13, 2012 01:25 PM

                                                            Punjabi Tandoor is good for SD, only made it so far to SEL in Santee which was OK but also had quite a few misses. For us Q'ero was excellent and much better than Latin Chef (even though we still like Latin Chef quite a lot)

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                                                              globalevent May 10, 2013 10:07 PM

                                                              San E Lee in Santee is awful

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                                                              ipsit Apr 16, 2012 11:06 AM

                                                              Punjabi Tandoor has had some quality issues lately. I believe they've lost some staff to their new Anaheim outpost and the food has suffered as a result. For Indian I would pick Surati Farsan Mart instead. If you focus on their chaat and Gujarati foods, it is very good.

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                                                            chezwhitey Apr 12, 2012 05:45 PM

                                                            Persian: Sufi
                                                            Mexican: Super Cocina (I also like Mariscos German)
                                                            Thai: Sab e lee
                                                            Japanese (Ramen): Santouka
                                                            Japanese (Sushi): Sushi Ota
                                                            Italian (Pizza): Caffe Calabria
                                                            Italian (Other):Bencotto or Bice
                                                            Chinese: Does not exist
                                                            Vietnamese: Minh Ky

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                                                              cstr Apr 12, 2012 05:41 PM

                                                              Peruvian - Latin Chef
                                                              Barbacoa - Aqui Es Texcoco
                                                              Italian Pizza - Luigi's
                                                              Italian Food - Fugettaboutit!

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