The lunch special here is the best. Every plate on the lunch special menu is $6-7 and they give you a copious amount of food for the price. They also give you a bowl of soup, rice, and a bowl of dessert for free to accompany the meal. Definitely worth trying out.
Sometimes I'm willing to drive from San Diego to Garden Grove just to eat at this place. The all you can eat Korean bbq is $17 for dinner per person and I think $13 for lunch? The meat here is fresh and delicious and the service is great. There's a buzzer at every table that you can hit anytime you need anything. After the all you can eat meat, the restaurant offers free ice cream for dessert. My favorite is the green tea ice cream. I LOVE this place.
My favorite part of coming here was always because they have a huge assortment of toppings you can put on the pizzas, and in any combination you want (like half the pizza with one topping and the other half with another, etc etc) The prices are fairly reasonable and they have pretty good garlic bread. It's a nice, comfortable homely environment where the servers are nice.
This place has incredible authentic mexican food for a very reasonable price. The menu includes the basics, such as tacos, burritos, etc etc. and it also offers the TJ hotdog as well for only $1.50. Definitely worth stopping by.
My family brought me here when I went to Morgan Hill. I really like this place because the food is very authentic. The portions are generous and the service is pretty good. I love getting real Mexican food because places like Chipotle just doesn't cut it for me.
This place is close to my house, so when I want some Korean tofu, I come here. There's nothing too special about this place. I've only ordered the tofu when I come here. I usually order the Kimchi tofu, and it tastes like most other places. However, what I like is the peaceful environment. The servers are not that great though because they rarely come over to ask how you are doing or if you need anything. And it's a tad bit overpriced for tofu (I believe it's about $10 or $11 for a bowl of tofu, but this is including tax and tip)
Conveniently located in Cupertino Village, this is one of the more authentic chinese restaurants I've been to. And I love that it's Szechuan because I love spicy chinese food. When I come here, I order the tofu, the pickled chopped green bean, and the fish. This kind of chinese food is more greasy and oily than the usual chinese food, but that's what makes it so much more delicious. What's kind of annoying though is that you have to pay in cash (or at least it's been like that since the last time I've been there) which is inconvenient to some people, and the servers are rude sometimes. But that aside, I would recommend this place to anyone who wants to try some good chinese food.
My friend took me here on my trip to Berkeley and they have the most amazing potato puffs. I'm craving some just thinking about it. Even though that's all I tried, it's definitely worth going back for.
I wouldn't say this is the worst sushi place I've ever been to, but it's definitely one of the bottom few. First off, when I went, they gave us some dipping plates and there was a bug crawling around on it! The sushi wasn't horrible, but I've had better. Overall, I just didn't have the best experience here, and I would probably rather go somewhere else.
I've been coming here my whole life pretty much. I'd say the only reason I haven't left is because I already know most of the staff and it's too much of a hassle to look for a new dentist. What I don't like about this place is that they continuously nag you about appointments, which I guess could be good, but it gets annoying after awhile. I would say they do an alright job, but I've had some fillings fall out in the past, so i don't know if they do the best. And the always seem to find problems with my teeth, but I swear I do take care of my teeth. The people are mostly friendly though.