Best thing I ate: Beef kebabs in a magical flatbread in Fountain Valley

Critic Brad A. Johnson says the kebabs are great but it’s the Bosnian flatbread that pushes this sandwich over the top
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • July 7, 2021
Look for the large sign that reads “PIZZA GRILL.” The restaurant’s actual name, Sofra Urbana, is barely noticeable in the fine print between “PIZZA” and “GRILL.” The tiny storefront restaurant in Fountain Valley seats only about 16 people inside,...
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