I like the decor of this restaurant. It feels very spacious. I have only been here for lunch. The food is reasonable for the price and the service is good.
I've only been to this place for lunch and I usually order out of their lunch menu. They have a very good selection of vegetarian and some interesting dish (like smiling tofu). The food is pretty good but it could be a little bit salty at times.
There are a couple of these around. I've been to the one in Cupertion and Mountain View as well. Their food is pretty good but I LOVE their mango salsa.
This is a "build your own" burrito place. When you enter, you see the selection of all the different things you can add. You make your way along the display, indicating to the person behind the counter what you'll add. The burrito is pretty good. But the biggest problem is that the wait could be 15 mintues if you show up during lunch peak hours.
The first time we went in the store, we were greeted by the friendly store mascot, a big friendly bermise mountain dog. The store carries a lot of very eccentric, high-design items. They also have eco-friendly product like vase made out of old news paper. We did not buy anything there because we don't need anything now. But if you need some decoration items for your home, check out this store.
I really like the ambiance of this friendly restaurant. The store is not very big but it feels very open because of the high ceiling and wall of windows. I've enjoyed their food as well.
I went to this store to look for a pre-pay phone. The sales person working with me was very helpful. He gently reminded me that it would be good if I buy the phone from him but I did not feel that I was pressured to buy. I would've bought the phone from the store except that the T mobile web site has a internet only sale.
I've always wonder how Radioshack survives. They have some selection of consumer electronics, some computer equiptment, etc. But they just don't seem to have a lot of selection of any one categories. However, it is a good place for finding specific things like cable connector, converter, etc. One good thing about Radioshack, though, is that they have a lot of stores so it make it more convenient.
I have been to this library for 15 years. It has gone through some major renovation about 10 years ago. It is not quite as nice as some of the new library (Santa Clara, for example) but it is still a good place.
My wife bought one of their green tea pearl drink the other day as we walk by. The peral tea is pretty good (a little bit too much milk and not enough tea for my taste). We did not sit down but the place seems like a good place to hang out after a meal on Castro.