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  • 1.El Grano De Oro

    3491 University Ave

    San Diego,CA

    3.23 mi

  • 2.El Grano De Oro

    730 E 7th St

    National City,CA

    4.13 mi

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By: Nenie T.
Rockin' Baja Lobster
Great amazing food the tacos were by far the best I've had. The apmostpher was very relaxing and staff was very friendly
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By: Siyu T.
Menya Ultra
what a soup of garbage, the food is very average, the chef thinks he is ramen god, i ordered extra egg they forgot to give me when i ask them for it they tell me i should dig for it. they also told me and my wife there is a time limit for eating -about 30 mins, i didn't know the ramen place is also a bootcamp galley. The noodle was very average, they can only fool people never been to Japan. Did i mention over priced?
By: Carolin D.
Pancho Villa Market
Bought a birthday cake, it was horrible. almost no frosting, Very poor filling. Very disappointed. I paid a good price for the cake. I told the ladies I was gonna come back if it was good, I don't think so!!!
By: Kary M.
Delicious, fresh food and friendly staff. So far, I've had pizza and a salad, both really good. Casual atmosphere. Many flavors of Gelato!
By: Patricia M.
BajaScape/online mexican auto insurance
We were driving south of baja and heard about Bajascape from friends in Mexico, we had an accident during our trip and they gave us the best assistance we could think of. The website is super user friendly and when your policy expires they send reminders also they feature a blog where you can find great recommendations for restaurantes, B&Bs, campings sites ... the list goes on
By: Ivan M.
BajaScape/online mexican auto insurance
Favorite website for Mexican auto insurance, great service and lowest prices for the best coverage plus they have a blog with all the happenings in northwestern Mexico..
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By: Daniel G.
Anchor General Insurance Company
just got this policy 6 months ago. went up $70. r u kiddn me my payment from $95 to $168. and no, i didnt get any traffic tickets or acxidents. taking my business else where. anchor sucks
By: Kristin S.
Pokez Mexican Restaurant
The service was pretty good the food was awesome the atmosphere was good I would eat there again there enchiladas were amazing in the sauce
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By: Isabelle K.
Great sushi and friendly chefs. The best dining experience in San Diego. Creative fundamentalism in sushi making
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By: Ty W.
Da Kitchen
This place was good when it was open. The chicken katsu was delicious. I wish it was still open because it was the best Hawaiian food in San Diego.
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