Guess Where I Ate; Win A Prize!

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Anne Marie Panoringan

Our dish is perfect any time of day, especially brekkie.  We shared it as an early dinner I scarfed three-quarters while he sat, amused at my voracious appetite.

Where did we find such savory goodness? Inquiring minds want to know. This might as well be Eat This Now, except we thought it would make a better challenge. Let's hope you fare better than my last photo. One guess per customer, and no Weeklings allowed!

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Rayann Castro
Rayann Castro

I'm never going to win one of these. I need to get out more. 

Mr. Rosewater
Mr. Rosewater

 A restaurant where the word "brekkie" is part of the English language and not something a three-year-old would say?

Anne Marie
Anne Marie

God bless you for not knowing my culinary reference.

Mr. Rosewater
Mr. Rosewater

 And God bless you for alluding to my literary reference without calling me "Rosie" or some similarly childish derivation ending in "ie." I assume that's not a habit professional-sounding writers cultivate. Well, I'm off to have dinnie. Adieu.

Marsh
Marsh

Is it a Spanish Tortilla from Ole Spain Deli shop in Santa ana?

Anne Marie
Anne Marie

 Woo hoo! Nice job Marsh. Please email El Jefe at garellano@ocweekly.com for your prize....

909Jeff
909Jeff

Its a Frittata, but the location escapes me... Unless you purposely re-plated to throw us off?

Anne Marie
Anne Marie

 Wow.

909Jeff
909Jeff

Im not sure what part the wow was for... 

909Jeff
909Jeff

I'm sorry if you took it as an insult... It was meant as a bit of a hook to draw a hint out of you... 

Anne Marie
Anne Marie

 that I would purposely re-plate something. that's low.

digkv
digkv

Barcelona on the go? Spanish tortilla it looks like

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