Dishes like garlicky shrimp and grits with maple-glazed bacon, Nashville hot chicken with pull-apart malasadas, and loco moco with short rib and French onion gravy would be reason enough to support a restaurant, even in a city like Costa Mesa that has one of Orange County’s best food scenes. For chef John Park, good food wasn’t nearly enough at Toast Kitchen & Bakery, his modern diner, or at neighboring Fill, a sister spot that specializes in ice cream and fresh-piped malasadas. The seasoned chef previously worked with L.A. restaurants like Father's Office, Lukshon and Water Grill.
A delicious menu, beautul setting.
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