Come here for their noodles. It's delicious, filling and cheap. You can also try their other dishes which aren't bad, but I think noodles are the way to go. It's not particularly nice on the inside, but it won't make you lose your appetite or anything. Also, my last experience there was kind of odd. The staff was predominantly male and they stared at my party of females in a lewd manner, which was uncomfortable. That was a long time ago, however, and hopefully the people have changed.
This place is great. One of the things you have to get here is the steamed soup buns. They're described as "juicy buns" in the English translation, which sounds really weird, but they're basically just steamed buns/dumplings with a bit of soup inside them. The soup is precious! The aim is to pick it up and eat it without losing the soup. Other than that, their steamed buns and dumplings are their specialty so any of them should be good. They've got a menu just for dim sum if that's what you want. Their vermicelli soups are pretty tasty. I also had these dumplings that were slightly spicy coated with peanut oil, or something like that on them. I forget what they were called but they were delicious. Prices are reasonable and the staff is friendly. Highly, highly recommended.
My younger brother was enrolled at Little Treasures several years ago and I also applied to the center as an employee. One of the things you have to do when you apply is to interact with two different classes/age groups. I was able to see first-hand how the staff handled children. They are extremely professional and friendly. And in situations where I didn't know what to do, I learned a lot just by watching them. They have live cameras set up where parents can check in on their child online. The center has ambitious goals and great teaching philosophies. I was highly impressed in the short time that I was there.
I love this place! I used to walk here with friends after school frequently. The sandwich/sub guy was always the same. He's super nice and makes great sandwiches. They've also got pastas and salads which I never tried. They also have fridges of drinks, chips, snacks and places for you to sit down. The best is getting a sub and washing it down with Stewart's root beer.
This place is really delicious but during the peak hours, the wait is horrendous. I waited for about two hours to get a table with my friends. We finally got in around 10PM. The place is tightly packed and they offer bull's penis! Now that's special. The staff seems to be all Japanese. Their pancakes, noodles and rice bowls are all very good. Our waiter was also really cool. One of the members of our party wanted to drink but was underage so the waiter told him to pretend to show him his ID and brought him beer anyway. The decor is also really interesting. We sat right next to a bunch of old Japanese porno posters. Doesn't seem like a place you'd bring children? And while the food experience was good, I would not wait 2 hours for food in general, I guess that only asserts its popularity.
Really simple shop but has awesome ice cream flavors you won't find at Haagen Dazs. They use real fruit to make these flavors and I think one of their coolest flavors is rose petal ice cream. To me it tastes like lychees, which is delicious! Prices are alright and if you have no idea what some of these flavors are, you can ask for samples!
This place is absolutely great. I would enjoy coming here anytime! Of course, you must start out with their roti canai. Their noodles and rice dishes are all great. Their Penang tofu is amazing. They also offer some really cool and cultural desserts. I love the momo chacha, which is a sweet yam and taro soup. Their lychee drink is also good and the also offer shaved ices. Prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is quite nice.
Korean bbq is always delicious although the scent always lingers on you for hours after you leave. Their appetizers are good. I don't know about the sushi and sashimi though. Why get Japanese cuisine at a Korean restaurant? It can't possible compare. That aside, bulbogi, or however it's spelled is the best. Their kimchi is also decent. Atmosphere is clean and nice. I always find Korean bbq to be a bit expensive and Woojeon is no exception.
Decent diner that I've been to a couple of times. Staff are nice, breakfast food rocks, it's your typical New Jersey diner. Prices are average as far as diners go. It's also conveniently right next to Menlo Park Mall. Out of all the food choices around the area, the diner doesn't really stand out, however.
I was treated here by my boss. It's quite crowded here and seems to be popular. Their fish tanks are really disturbing as they are filled to the top with fish. The fish are CLEARLY suffering and can barely move. The ones at the top are nearly out of the water. Although they're meant to be cooked and eaten, it's just not a nice sight to behold at all. Other than that, the food itself is really good but like many Chinese restaurants, attentiveness to cleanliness is not always there. You may find dried rice grains in your bowl or such. No comment on the prices as I was treated...heh. But if my boss was able to treat about 10-15 people, it must not have been too bad.