A nice alternative to 7-11, Redondo Mini Mart offers many of the same things as 7-11, without the corporate feel. A good place to grab a soft drink, or pick up some necessity, but certainly not to shop for the week.
Years ago, there was a Korean Restaurant in Davis called Jun's, and it was excellent. Manna Korean Restaurant is not Jun's. It's not close. Manna is more of a fast food place serving average Japanese and Korean faire. It's not expensive, but that's about all there is to like.
You don't expect a fine restaurant called, "Thai Express Food to Go," and your expectations would correct. However, the food is relatively good, with a nice tasting Pad Thai. Monday night you can get two dinners for $14, and the lunch specials, while not spectacular, are moderately priced ($5.95).
It's not Johnny's Pastrami (but what is?). Harvey's makes a good pastrami and a good philly chesesteak sandwich, both at fairly reasonable prices. So, if you are in the mood for either, and don't want to deal with Johnny's, then Harvey's is a good alternative
It's convenient and fast, but Express Chinese Food is certainly no Panda Express. The fried rice seems fresh, and the chow mein is good, but there's not much to really like here.
I'd love to write a review saying that this is a great place for Hawaiian food, but I can't. L&L is far superior, both in taste and portions. There's nothing really bad, but certainly nothing really good here, either. The teriyaki sauce is about average, and that's the best thing I can write.
Fresh Brother's Pizza offers the best Chicago style pizza in El Segundo. For some, that's not enough. For me, the pizza is pretty good, but nothing to make me want to go back too often. We've tried a number, but none stood out as great.
I don't get it. The pizza is not that good, and who care's if they deliver average pizza quickly. Usually, I'd opt for a smaller pizza place before a chain, but in Valentino's case, bring on Pizza Hut, Dominos or Papa Johns.
Downtown Davis' finest bakery, Village Bakery has among the best pizza in Davis. Not only can you get a great slice of pizza, you can also get great baked goods. The pizza slices are large, and reasonably priced. If there's a line, though, expect to wait as nothing is quick.
The best bagels in Woodland, bar none. We would on occasion make the trek from Davis just for the onion bagels. The bagels are fresh and often warm, and reasonably priced.