No. 71: Chorizo and Quail Egg on Toast at Sol del Sur

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 7, 2011
Welcome to the Weekly's list of our 100 Favorite Dishes for 2011! Tune in every day until we get to número uno! Now, on to the latest entry. It doesn't surprise me that Sol del Sur's Dave Emery hasn't run out of steam. What drives the man is a...
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