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Do you have a regular "rotation"?


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Do you have a regular "rotation"?

calabasas_trafalgar | Jul 12, 2006 05:58 PM

By that I mean an established list of restaurants you frequent, some perhaps more than others, so that whenever a particular type of cuisine strikes your fancy, you have a number of options to choose from. For me it's:

Italian:Domenico's, Sorriso, Buca di Beppo, The Kitchen, Carmine's
Japanese(not Sushi):Yama, Hanashima, Mitsuyoshi, Sushi of Naples(the hot food is better there)
Sushi: Little Tokyo(San Dimas), Futami, Z, Kiyosuzu
Chinese: unfilled(used to be the old Tung Lai Shun, but we are now auditioning replacements - nothing has been outstanding, although Oriental Pearl has promise)
Pizza: Round Table. Numero Uno
Korean:Young Dong Garden
Seafood:McGrath's, Fish Company
Mexican:Rudy's, El Cholo, Rubio's
Steak:Boa, Nick & Stef's, Ruth's Chris
Teppan yaki:Kingswood
Shabu Shabu: Shaab

we also try new places on occasion, but it takes a strong performance for any of them to work their way into the "rotation". I believe Dumpling 10053 will join the list soon.

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