Eat Here, Not There: Pork Rice At First Class Sandwich

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 25, 2011
Had I put this out as a Guess Where I Ate item, no one would ever get it. Not ever. It is from First Class Sandwich, a food court vendor in Irvine whose menu consists entirely of, well, sandwiches. That is, with the exception of two items...
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