Best Cheap Eats In Fountain Valley

Best Cheap Eats In Fountain Valley

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Fuel up at our local-approved budget food spots in Fountain Valley.

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    The BBQ "pork" rolls & jicama rolls are good starters. The wonton soup is also awesome, great texture & a light yet flavorful broth. Other menu highlights - "beef" watercress, clay pot tofu, s&s soup. -- Lani Love via Foursquare
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    The specials of the day are the best! Annihilated 3 rolls on it. Prime beef, quail egg, & the shrimp appetizer on the special list was perfect. -- Hillary Phan via Foursquare
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    Great quality burgers better than "umami burger". It's juicy and messy - but tasty. Very friendly service. They have draft and bottled beers. I'm just not a fan of their veggie burger. -- Akiko I via Foursquare
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    Eat and run to the nearest toilet! That chili will wreck your insides but totally worth it! -- Julie W via Foursquare
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    Definitely more realistically only $$ for most meals. My lunch special (tri tip salad and a breadstick, no drink) was under $10. -- Robert via Foursquare
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    The Super Fries with carnitas are delicious, and that's coming from a carne asada lover. -- Michael Campos via Foursquare
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    Love the Ramen & lunch specials. Come hungry because you get a full size salad, a large portion of fried rice, (2) Goyza & a large bowl of Ramen. -- Michael Alvaro via Foursquare
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    Lomo saltado: the beef wasn't good. The seasoning was just ok. House special fries are nothing special - just w red onions. -- Akiko I via Foursquare
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    Chicken veggie bowl with brown rice & extra onions. Good stuff! -- Bob Lee via Foursquare
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    Everything is delicious. If you are craving chocolate- I highly recommend the brownie sundae. Get the small one, unless it's more than 1 person -- Gracie Faye via Foursquare
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    The BEST! Staff is outstanding along with the food. -- Mel Jackson via Foursquare
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    here's how it works: lunchtime is ALL ramen both sides. dinner is ramen [noodles] on side facing rite aid, yakitori [bbq] on side next to corner bakery. RESERVATIONS: ramen = NO yakitori = YES! enjoy! -- ka- kow via Foursquare
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