A Chicken-Foot Fetish at Fullerton’s California Asian Bistro

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 21, 2008
C.A.B. Confessions A chicken-foot fetish in Fullerton Don't mistake the “Indonesian fried rice” at California Asian Bistro in Fullerton as Indonesian. It's a great dish, but the only thing it has in common with Javanese “nasi goreng” is the fried...
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