Overeating Lebanese at Anaheim's Victory Bakery N Restaurant

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 25, 2008
The Thrill of Victory . . .And the agony of overeating at the county’s greatest Lebanese bakery and restaurant   I didn’t fast before going to Victory Bakery’s Ramadan buffet. In fact, my stomach was still in the middle of digesting a big lunch....
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