Garden Grove's Warung Pojok Is the Best (And Only) Indonesian Joint in OC

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 30, 2008
The Power of OneWarung Pojok is the best (and only) Indonesian joint in OC   While Thai and Vietnamese cuisine have been mainstreamed into the American food scene, Indonesian cooking remains in abject obscurity, especially in Orange County. Even...
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