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Three Self Proclaimed Food Critics of IE


* 3 Forks = FORKthis (Recommend)
* 2 Forks = FORKit (Average)
* 1 Fork = FORKthat (Pass)

Monday, January 17, 2011


Kabuki Japanese Restaurant

12595 N. Mainstreet

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
(909) 646-8555

Genre: Japanese
Rater: C Lox
Pulse (ambiance/atmosphere): 2 FORKS (although sometimes the music choice brings it to a 1)

What's in the glass: Tropical Iced Tea 2 FORKS

What's on the Plate:
  • Spicy Tuna Salad 3 FORKS
  • Yellowtail Sushi 2 FORKS
  • Inari (Bean Curd) Sushi 2 FORKS
  • Salmon Sushi 2 FORKS
  • Philly Roll 2 FORKS
Customer Service: 1 FORK

  • I love this place and come here often. I especially love happy hour because they've developed a menu full of great choices for discounted prices up to half off Monday-Friday 3pm - 6pm (excluding holidays). One of my favorite salads in the world is the Spicy Tuna Salad, the spring mix is fresh and crisp, the tuna has the right amount of spice and I wish I knew the recipe for the dressing because I would drizzle it on everything. The Yellowtail and Salmon were good, I've had better in the area. On the whole their fish is usually fresh, it ranges from being a little tough to melting in your mouth, so I guess it depends on which day you go and at what time. I've always had a pleasant sushi experience here. The Philly Roll is quickly becoming a "go-to" roll whenever I go out for sushi. It's great for sushi beginners and longtime lovers alike. The nice thing about Kubuki's Philly Roll is that it's small and does not overdo it with the cream cheese. Little roll bites make it perfect for sharing. Last, but not least, the Inari Sushi (aka bean curd). I always eat it last because it tastes sweet at the end of the meal. The perfect finish.
  • Customer service could use some work. Some waitresses are really on the ball and it's a fantastic juggling act, others just seem to be confused and run around like chickens with their heads cut off. Sometimes you wait, whether or not it's worth it is your call, it never really bugs me, just be weary of special orders, it may be a while but at least you have a free bowl of edemame in the meantime.
  • Overall: 2 FORKS
C Lox

Wednesday, January 5, 2011


248 W. Second Street
Claremont, CA 91711

Genre: Mediterranean
Rater: C Con Carne
Pulse: (ambiance/atmosphere) 1 FORK

Whats in the glass: Water

Whats on the plate:
  • Rotisserie Chicken 3 FORKS
  • Hummus 3FORKS
  • Green salad 3 FORKS

Customer service: 3 FORKS


  • First off let me say I had not been to Saca's in a very long time (about 10 years). I really used to love this place but at one point it just seemed to have lost something. Well I have to say I think that spark is back! I had the half Rotisserie Chicken platter FORKORAMA! The platter comes with Hummus, french fries or green salad (I opted for the better of the two) pita bread, pickled turnips and your choice of garlic or sesame sauce and the chicken of course! Chicken was tasty, and the salad came with limey dressing that was equally tasty. I picked up some their garlic sauce yummm, but I cant say the same for this breath I have now! lol. Saca's is a cafe/fastfood type place so it looses some forks in pulse. I'm glad I decided to give it a go. If your hungry for some mediterranean food grab a FORK and step into Saca's! C Con Carne
  • Overall: 3 FORKS (2.6 really but we round)