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Anaheim restaurants -- are these places still good?

Val G | Mar 14, 200208:28 PM     11

My husband will be in Anaheim for a week at a conference. He will not have a car. (Do people ride taxis in the LA area like they do here in NJ?) I searched this board and found the following recommendations in Anaheim. Are these places still there and still good? He's a Texan and likes every kind of delicious food. Any tips would be appreciated.

El Torito Grill (not El Torito Restaurant)

Tosh's Mediterranean Cuisine

Zankou chicken, 2424 W Ball Rd

The Thai restaurant on Katella Blvd on the right hand side of the road before you enter the freeway.

Thee White House- an Italian infuenced classic, 887 South Anaheim Boulevard

Mr. Stox, 1105 East Katella Avenue

Sang Dao, at 1739 W. La Palma Ave.

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