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When we’re looking for restaurant partners, we’re searching for the best of the best from trendy downtown restaurants to scrappy food trucks to hidden-gem mom and pops. We’re proud of our roster and each year we celebrate it with the Best of Fooda awards, asking you to choose your favorites. The votes are in, and here are your winners for Orange County’s Best of Fooda 2019. 

Single Best Lunch: Tacos and Company

Inspired by the food stalls and rural kitchens of Mexico, Tacos and Company has been serving Orange County authentic Mexican food since 1991. Making good food the old fashioned way is a priority here and chefs work hard to prepare salsa, chips, and tostadas fresh every day. Their attention to detail pays off whether you order a fully loaded burrito with carnitas and homemade guacamole, a plate of super nachos, or a trio of shrimp tacos served alongside a refreshing agua fresca.  

Best Mediterranean: Daphne’s

Daphne’s combines classic Mediterranean food with a health-conscious California-inspired vibe. The result is a menu of dishes that fit neatly into a variety of diets from vegan and gluten-free to low-fat and high protein. Try a pita wrap with lamb gyros or ditch the bread for a Greek plate with falafel, basmati rice, roasted vegetables, and salad topped with lemon tahini sauce.   

Best Asian: Flame Broiler

Healthy food and fast service are the founding principles of Flame Broiler, which opened its doors in 1995. Quick lunches are their specialty with a menu of rice bowls that can be customized in a million different ways with fresh vegetables, marinated beef, all-natural chicken, and organic tofu.