Brush Up on Your knowledge of Egyptian Dishes Before You Go to the New El Fishawy in Tustin

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 23, 2019
Appetizer sampler plate. Photo by Edwin Goei Before my visit to El Fishawy, the new Egyptian restaurant in Old Town Tustin, I did my homework. On Yelp, I found pictures of its menu, and since it provided no descriptions, I started Googling all of...
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