Dog food alert: On September 25, OC Raw Dog of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, announced it is recalling its OC Raw Chicken, Fish and Produce Raw Frozen Canine Formulation because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
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It’s called Royal Rasoi, Flavor of India, 24288 Swartz Dr., Lake Forest, CA 92630, Ph 949-454-9600.
It’s located off of El Toro Rd, the very first street north of the 5 in the shopping center with Big 5 Sporting Goods and Tommy’s Burger. If you’ve reached Muirlands, you’ve gone too far. The food is excellent, very reasonably priced, generous portions and best Naan I’ve ever had in my life! The ambiance is simple but lovely.
They also have a buffet 7days/week, 11am-3pm, $9.99. Haven’t tried it yet but I will next week. My very picky best friend, who is from India, gives it thumbs waaaay up. She heard about this place from other Indian friends who said it was excellent. If you’re worried about the food being too hot or spicey, just tell the server when you order your preference – they can prepare it so its not spicey and ‘hot’ at all or whatever your preference.
Don’t believe me? Read the Yelp reviews! http://www.yelp.com/biz/royal-rasoi-lake-forest
www.theroyalrasoi.com Rasoi is prononounced with 3 syllables: raw-soy-ee
Not having to visit a DMV for many years since all needed transactions I’ve been able to accomplish in AAA office, I had no idea it has become a third world country experience
All agree the Laguna Hills office is the worst with average waits of 3 1/2 to 5 hours
Reported better experiences at San Clemente, Fullerton and Westiminster locations but it’s still subject to problems and luck
Go here for real time wait times:
Less than a year after opening in Mission Viejo, Haggen, a grocery chain out of Washington, is closing its Mission Viejo store on Los Alisos along with 3 other Orange County locations in Tustin and Irvine. The chain has struggled to attract customers.
“Haggen’s goal going forward is to ensure a stable, healthy company that will benefit our customers, associates, vendors, creditors, stakeholders as well as the communities we serve,” Haggen CEO Pacific Southwest, Bill Shaner said in a written release. “By making the tough choice to close and sell some stores, we will be able to invest in stores that have the potential to thrive under the Haggen banner.”
It looks like the Haggen’s on Muirlands at La Paz has survived – so far.
If I didn’t happen to be in the shopping center already for something else, I wouldn’t have gone in on the first day it opened knowing there would be a crowd – and there was. You could only walk a step or two when you’d find yourself trapped in a bottleneck. What made the overcrowding worse is a problem that won’t go away after the curiosity factor fades away — the aisles are very narrow for what we’re now used to in modern supermarkets. The store lighting was dim, and made to feel even darker by the dark brown paint used liberally on store signs hanging on the walls. It felt dismal and, frankly, depressing. I couldn’t wait to get out of there.
Before the grand opening yesterday, I heard several people voice what I had been thinking – how are they going to fit a Smart & Final Extra size store in what was considered a ‘small’ Ralph’s market. I don’t know what the planners were thinking. Narrow dark aisles, merchandise jammed packed everywhere, it felt a little too claustrophobic for my comfort.
I’m sticking with the El Toro Rd store in the Twin Peaks Shopping Center between Rockfield and Muirlands.
I heard it had something to do with the lease, but just hearsay. The store location is at the Sprout’s/Claim Jumper shopping center at Marguerite Pkwy & Santa Marguerita Parkway.