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I'm spending 9 days in Sacramento with a budget of about $20 a day for food and entertainment.
Food is the highest priority. I want cheap and delicious. I'm partial to hole-in-the-wall-type dives and relatively uncommon ethnic foods.
In particular, I'm wanting to know what the best of the Korean restaurants are.
I also would dig on some Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and African foods. I don't have the money to fall into tourist-trap restaurants that are overpriced with bland food. I need to know what locals consider to be worth-the-money.
I want to know if any of the In-N-Outs in the area are superb to the others and why.
I've found in other cities, some of the best food I've had has been served in shitty little convenience stores that also function crudely as restaurants, so any of those would be great.
I also want to know where I can get the best, greasiest, dirtiest, homecookinest burger in the area.
And if there's anywhere in the area I get some unusual meats served.