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Taqueria De Anda. The best and, perhaps thankfully, only place to feast on cow tongue and brain around the clock in Fullerton. Tacos are cheap and greasy and good. Burritos aren't bad either. Try the horchata, and you can almost forgive yourself the next morning when you walk out to your car and discover chopped onions festooning your seats and the smell of seared flesh and cilantro filling your nostrils. 308 W. Valencia Dr., (714) 871-4211.El Camino Real Mexican Food. The lines can be incredibly long if you show up at the wrong time of the day, but that just means anyone who is anybody knows this is the best place to get authentic Mexican grub west of Placentia, south of La Habra and north of Santa Ana. Our favorites are the chicken tacos, but our pal, Slim, swears by the beef tongue and the guts. 303 N. Euclid Ave., (714) 447-3962.The Olde Ship British Pub and Restaurant. Looks, smells and tastes like an English pub. The fish and chips are great, the beer selection is vast, and the local British nationals who hang out there like to get really, really pissed. Drunk, that is. 709 N. Harbor Blvd., (714) 871-7447. The Cellar. Lots of people love to talk about how this French restaurant is one of the best restaurants in the county. It's certainly got the great ambiance and the wine list. We took our girlfriend there once for a Valentine's Day dinner, blew $200 bucks, and got dumped a week later. Fuck the Cellar. 305 N. Harbor Blvd., (714) 525-5682.
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