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Restaurant Reviews of Southern California restaurants – “Great restaurants are, of course, nothing but mouth-brothels. There is no point in going to them if one intends to keep one’s belt buckled.” ― Frederic Raphael

Review of Ramos House for Weekend Brunch

Ramos House Crab Cake Salad

Review of Ramos House Brunch. The Ramos House is located at the Rail Road tracks in historic San Juan Capistrano, the food is great but expensive. Read More »

Review of "The Vintage Steakhouse"

The Vintage Steakhouse 26701 Verdugo Street, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-3146 (949) 661-3400 ‎ Located in the historic downtown of San Juan Capistrano, adjacent to the train station and a short stroll to the Mission San Juan Capistrano. The Vintage Steakhouse is nestled in a thriving restaurant district on this historic railway stop. The Vintage can be found just off Verdugo street, ... Read More »

Review of "The Chippy Fish and Chips" and My Secret Love Affair with Fried Food

  “The Chippy- Fish and Chips” 2222 Michelson Dr. #216 Irvine, CA 92612 I am guilty of occasionally craving deep-fried food, also known as “Friedaphilia” (this is not a real condition, nor do I play a Doctor on T.V.). When I get this craving, I usually want something really good. When I say good, I am not referring to cryogenically frozen ... Read More »

Review of Nory's Peruvian Restuarant and some other interesting facts

Review of Nory’s Peruvian Restaurant and some Interesting information about Peruvian Restaurants One of the things I like to do is try new restaurants and even recommend restaurants to others, this is especially true when I have out-of-town consultants working with me.  One of my newer consultants is Kevin from Flint Michigan. He is a true Midwest Boy and has an ... Read More »

Review of The Matador in Fullerton’s Commonwealth District

Review of “The Matador” Restaurant in Fullerton The Matador Cantina located in the historic downtown district of Fullerton, just north of Commonwealth Avenue on Harbor (front side at least). But since this is a pedestrian friendly area, you typically walk in the back courtyards and alleys and enter the restaurants from the rear entrance.When writing this blog I wasn’t quite sure how to describe ... Read More »