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Breakfast on the way east to Corona?

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Please can anyone suggest a good place for breakfast along the 91 corridor (east of Buena Park)? My idea of good breakfast includes pho, deli, waffles, adobo, whatever.

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  1. Maybe the Green Tomato Grill http://www.greentomatogrill.com/ if you like the look of their menu.

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    1. re: Servorg

      Thanks; looks interesting enough to try. I will report back if I do...may be a couple of weeks.

      1. re: Servorg

        They really seem to enjoy their soyrizo here.

          1. re: Servorg

            thanks man.

            You know what, I passed by this place before, and thought it was a $2 greasy spoon chinese takeout joint. I guess I was wrong very wrong.

            Usually I hit up Ralph's subs when in the area.

            But that soyrizo bowl does look good and it's healthy too, then fuck it I'm all for it.

            1. re: kevin

              btw, i tried that green tomato soyrizo bowl thing, not half bad.

              They are going for a healthy spin i think and i'm not sure which thread you posted about it on.

              thanks.

      2. Would you be interested in Original Pancake House in Anaheim? Bacon waffle, Apple pancake, Dutch baby with a side of crispy bacon and oj?http://www.originalpancakehouse.com/p...

        If you mean Filipino adobo, both Jollibee and Chow King open at 7:00am but unfortunately they don't have adobo with the breakfast plates. Chow King's website is not up to date; both restos are at 601 N. Euclid/Crescent.
        http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/jollib...

        http://www.chowkingusa.com/menu_01.html

        Same shopping center behind these two is steam table type--Kapit Bahay--but I don't think they're open for breakfast. http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/kapit-...

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        1. re: WeFlipBurgers

          Thanks for these suggestions. I will reserve the Pancake House for nostalgia; the Filipino plates look like a winner for my tastes.