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While Chinese buffets are a common sight in San Diego, Thai buffets are something new. That's why Thai Cafe in Clairemont got my attention. After all, how can Thai...
Near the Coronado Bridge, in the Barrio Logan, stands a local dining legend.
Middle Eastern food is garlicky, with lemony fragrances, liberally uses marinated meat and fresh herbs and makes for some amazing meals. And one place that does it...
Back before there was a Thai restaurant in town, before I had even heard of Thai style, Su Mei Yu opened a tiny India street chicken restaurant, and called it...
If you want your chicken flavorful, if you want chicken with a style, if you just want to try what I consider to be the best chicken in town, then Greek chicken of...
Mention the cuisine of Ethiopia, and most people will give you a confused look. But mention it to the Unknown Eater family and you'll discover that the food of...
Nearly thirty years ago, when Kearny Mesa was still mostly open fields and Jack Rabbits, Isadoro Balistreri decided it would be the perfect place for an upscale Italian restau
I'm a sucker for buffets. The selection, the aromas, the all you can eat aspect, and just the idea that I can check out so many different items is a pure thrill for...
There is just one style of food that Mrs. Eater and I have never been disappointed in.
With literally hundreds of Roberto's, Alberto's, even Hilberto's clones in San Diego, all serving up good Mexican food, you might think the last thing I'd

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