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Best Sandwich in OC??

"Oh Those Donuts & Sandwiches" located in Costa Mesa, right where the 55 freeway ends. Best sandwiches and the donuts are good too... interesting combination but it works.

Jun 01, 2007
Shaunizzle in Los Angeles Area

Ultimate OC Restaurants 2006

1. Soot Bul Jip, Buena Park - Korean BBQ
2. Favori, Santa Ana - Vietnamese/French
3. Rice & Spice, Rancho Santa Margarita - Thai
4. Boiling Crab, Westminster - Seafood
5. Casa de Gamino, Paramount - Mexican

Mar 01, 2007
Shaunizzle in Los Angeles Area

Best Chinese Food in Chinatown?

Thanks for all the responses, I will keep in mind City View, Gold Mountain, and R&G Lounge... keep it coming, this is great information.

Rice & Spice Thai Cuisine, The OC

My parents just opened a Thai restaurant in South Orange County, the food is great, really it is, I'm not kidding. Stop by and check it out when you're in the area, if you mention that you know Shaun, they will take 10% off the check. Here is the info:

Rice & Spice Thai Cuisine
22431 Antonio Pkwy Suite B-130
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
(949) 888-0222

Let me know what you think, we are always open to suggestions! Thanks for your time.

Feb 27, 2007
Shaunizzle in Los Angeles Area

Good rec's in Whittier, La Mirada, La Habra area

If you're looking for the best fried chicken & ribs in Whittier, then go to "The Chicken Box" I know it sounds a little cheesy, and trust me, the place doesn't look much either, but the food is TERRIFIC, still family owned after 30 years. Located on Whittier, right next to Marie Callendars & the bowling alley. Check it out and let me know how you like it. Oh, it's a little pricey for chicken & ribs but they have an awesome Monday special, 10 pcs chicken for $10.99 includes potatoes & bread, just a warning... call in your order or you'll be waiting over an hour easy.

Feb 27, 2007
Shaunizzle in Los Angeles Area

Best Chinese Food in Chinatown?

My friends and I will be visiting San Francisco in March and we're looking for chinese restaurants that provides dim sum on the weekends and also pre-fixe menus, we're looking for the following types of food: Peking Duck, Salt Baked Shrimp, House Special Chow Fun, House Special Crab/Lobster, something along the lines of those types of food. Also, I've been to Chinatown before and ate at a restuarant, I don't remember the name, but the food was really, really greasy & bland, I know it's a lot to ask for but please recommend a restaurant that is not so greasy. Thanks for your help!!!