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Tonkotsu Ramen in Clairemont

I agree. Their ramen is pretty solid. Broth is rich and creamy.
I also like that they offer the Mentaiko Bowl, which we couldn't find here in San Diego before.
So excited that there are more variety in ramen now in San Diego.

Aug 23, 2012
JadyS in San Diego

Help! In town for 5 days, A Vegetarian Foodie - not an oxymoron;)

Sipz Fusion Cafe in Clairemont and Loving Hut in University Heights are amazing Vegetarian restaurants.

www.SanDiegoFood.net

Jul 17, 2012
JadyS in San Diego

Staying near the Gaslamp with Kids

+2 on Cafe Chloe. Searsucker is another good choice. For Brunch, you can try Cheese Shop and Cafe 21. Could also check out Cremolose for desserts or dinner.

www.SanDiegoFood.net

Jul 17, 2012
JadyS in San Diego

Best Philippine restaurants?

I asked my Filipino friends, and Goldilocks and Tita's Kitchenette are the ones they recommended. Hope this could satisfied your crave.

Jun 13, 2012
JadyS in San Diego

Best ethnic restaurants in San Diego?

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

Jun 11, 2012
JadyS in San Diego

Best ethnic restaurants in San Diego?

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

Jun 11, 2012
JadyS in San Diego

Pie Pie Me Oh My!

As far as pies, haven't really had a great lemon meringue pie in SD. Cheap pies you can find at Chicken Pie Shop. Popular pies you can find at local stores from Julian like the Farmer's Outlet and you can find them frozen if you want to make them later. It's not cheap, but Julian pie's are cheaper at Farmer's Outlet than Albertson's. Hope that helps.

JD

Jun 11, 2012
JadyS in San Diego