My mom gets her stuff dry-cleaned here a lot. They increased their prices, but they're fairly reasonable, and sometimes I'll get coupons for them in the mail. They're pretty reliable!
Before the new 99 ranch opened, we used to go here for quick groceries. They don't have a lot of stuff in stock, but if you're looking for seafood, you'll find it here.
I liked this place, although my mom didn't. I had a dragon roll or something like that. It had the crunchy stuff from tempura on the outside, and spicy tuna and california roll on the inside. It was an ... interesting combo, haha.
They have a lot of interesting foods. Because it's a buffet, I tried almost everything, but ended up disliking/not finishing a lot of it. I would recommend trying it if you have a big appetite and/or like to try new foods without having to pay for each individual dish.
This is just like all the other bakeries. It's good at first, but after awhile, the quality went down and the prices went up. I used to really love their bread, now I'm kinda indifferent.
I had a pasta salad here, and it was just good, not great. There are better places to get your salad! The other stuff didn't seem that fresh, so I wouldn't consider going back.
They do serve some side dishes here, but if you go to a Brazilian BBQ place, you're really there just for the meat. The food here is pretty good, but kinda expensive. It's kinda like buffet style, and all of it is really good.
I love the Hawaiian bbq here because it tastes good, but they make it really fast. The combos come with a nice little salad that's really refreshing with the hot bbq. I recommend the chicken!
This place makes pretty good sandwiches. It's a small store, but it's super popular with the businesses around it. I recommend calling ahead and placing an order to avoid long lunchtime lines.
This is one of the oldest supermarkets in the area, but back when it was the closest, I relied on this place for all my asian goods. It's kinda dirty, but if it's the most convenient one, you can't really complain.