hong kong restaurant, first off, is a pretty generic name for a chinese restaurant. going in, that's pretty much what i expected, and i wasn't disappointed. the food seemed a little on the plain side, and their service was slow. i was not impressed. belmont just isn't a place to go for chinese food.
ralston avenue sort of lacks in any sort of an asian food establisment, and china village fills up that void. there isn't anything entirely bad about this place, but it isn't absolutely spectacular. their seafood is fresh, and their dishes aren't bland. the prices are pretty reasonable as well.
urban guerilla is a very fitting name for this place, because you can feel like you are being bossed around by guerillas trying to make you buy their stuff. they have all the latest fashions, but at really steep prices. if you want to pay their prices, then you sure will be trendy.
oak knoll family therapy center does it all. they have a professional staff that can help you with any social or psychological needs you may have. their facility is right by a small creek, they use that for their outdoor therapy. they also use expressive arts as a therapy, and have a team of dogs for animal therapy.
bodyspa holds outrageous prices for the services they offer. sure, they are good, but i'm convinced there are other businesses that will offer quality services but at a more reasonable price. i will only go here if i truly have no other options, eg. my schedule won't allow driving somewhere further.
dr. lessner specializes in eating disorders, but is also a liscenced marriage and family therapist. she has a nice office and makes you feel at ease, and truly listens to your problems. she made me feel a lot better after several sessions with her.
my normal agent, mark upchurch isn't always available and that is definitely understandable. when mark wasn't able to assist me, his staff and colleagues did just a good of a job as he would've. i definite recommend this state farm branch if you are looking for an insurance company.
i have had mark as my insurance agent for as long as i can remember. him and his team are always so helpful and are prompt to answer questions and file claims. he is a part of the state farm company.
deli express seems to only be surviving because like the realtors say, "location, location, location." the food selection is meager, and the prices are i guess reasonable. gets a rating of so-so.
i personally think executive cafe is there to serve the businesses, as an expensive cafeteria. they have american cuisine, but it's something that you know that they bought at vons and just nuked it. it's disappointing, but is lucky that it is in a prime location.