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Need good eats in the Norwalk/Cerritos/Downey area

attran99 | Oct 7, 201102:50 PM     5

We just moved back in the area after being gone for 7 years. I still feel familiar with the area, but now I can only think of chains :( when we get hungry. We like all types of cuisines, and are open to all price points. We are big fans of Marino's in Bellflower. While it's not real Mexican food, my husband enjoys the El Taco chains for their quesadillas and Red Chile for their chicken burritos. I've enjoyed some great seafood meals at the Original Fish Company in Los Alamitos. When we lived in the real suburbs, there was ready access to really great sushi (I miss that so much!). So any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!

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