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Meals on wheels

Tilapia, brown rice, potato and yam, assorted veggies... wildrice fried rice no eggs - these look like rat turds and I'd know that. Katraj lunch buffet - the dude who works here has a kick ass turban and facial hair. A lot of Indian spots have good food, that's a given, but this place had fresh pineapple and melon. That's awesome. It's funny how they also had four kinds of chicken, and they almost...

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Pho Hanh Restaurant

Those leaves of basil and bean sprouts… Plastic menus that are dirty and spiral bound. Bun with tofu and meat. Special pho with weird fuzzy meat parts. The broth was pretty good, and with some lime, this medium size bowl of pho was filling and great. I added a couple of jalapenos and it was about $5.50. I killed it. The bigger size is an additional quarter. The fresh lemonade makes a great compliment. Wtf! at lunch this place fills up with all kinds of people. It’s one of those spots that you go in to get a cheap meal. It’s a standard and I hear it’s less authentic compared to other Vietnamese places, but I saw a lot of...

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Pho Hanh Restaurant

Those leaves of basil and bean sprouts... Plastic menus that are dirty and spiral bound. Bun with tofu and meat. Special pho with weird fuzzy meat parts. The broth was pretty good, and with some lime, this medium size bowl of pho was filling and great. I added a couple of jalapenos and it was about $5.50. I killed it. The bigger size is an additional quarter. The fresh lemonade makes a great...

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iL Chianti

24503 Narbonne AveLomita, CA 90717(310) 325-5000 Japanese Pasta? When you hear that, you’ll first think about ramen, udon, or soba, but I’m actually talking about Italian pasta, just done with a different hand. I’m lacking the true Italian culinary experience, since I’ve never been there, but I have tried plenty in America, ranging from the cheap to the pricey. Typical Japanese pasta usually lands itself at least in the flavor category, near the top. What’s different about pasta from Japan? Already being a noodle and rice culture, the pasta is usually cooked perfectly, al dente, maybe just for the sake of being able to say those Italian words. The sauces, and “fixings” are usually more delicate and mild than what...

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iL Chianti

24503 Narbonne AveLomita, CA 90717(310) 325-5000 Japanese Pasta? When you hear that, you’ll first think about ramen, udon, or soba, but I'm actually talking about Italian pasta, just done with a different hand. I'm lacking the true Italian culinary experience, since I've never been there, but I have tried plenty in America, ranging from the cheap to the pricey. Typical Japanese pasta usually lands...

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