Cuisine Type: Chinese food
Most popular offering: Vegetable chicken
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Outdoor Seating: No
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
Good, Cantonese-style cuisine at a reasonable price.
Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?
Yes, our Kings Fried Fish.
The yellow and blue walls at Sol Mexican Restaurant showcase a festive collection of artistic metalwork and desert-themed sculptures, which evoke a festive, welcoming energy. Founded by the Gonzalez family, the eatery demonstrates a commitment to Mexican flavors by tempting diners with a menu of traditional, home-style cooking. In addition to making fiery salsas in-house and toasting each tortilla chip with a hyper-focused magnifying glass, the chefs show their fondness for the time-honored classics by glazing enchiladas with a complex, spicy-sweet mole sauce, slow-roasting marinated pork in a signature blend of seasonings, and stuffing tacos with everything from carnitas to carne asada.
More than 15 microbrews pour from the taps at Old Town Pizzeria, where pints sidle up to pizzas topped with gourmet ingredients ranging from truffle oil and artichoke hearts to linguica and grilled chicken. The flavors of Rubicon IPA and Scrimshaw Pilsner play well with the nuances found within the Garlic Blues’ blue cheese, roasted garlic, onions, walnuts, and sun-dried tomatoes. The pizzeria also stocks a brawny selection of meats for use in pizzas such as the No Sleep 'Till Brooklyn, whose combination of mozzarella, ricotta, house-made meatballs, and basil is palatable to both beasts and boys. Hearty salads, hot wings, and breadsticks help round out the menu.
Though it only recently opened, Chason's Crab Stadium is already making a name for itself among the Sacramento seafood restaurant scene. The reason: the fresh lobster, Louisiana crawfish, shrimp, and titular crab it serves. Other notable menu items include brown king crab legs in Cajun sauce as well as Cajun fried shrimp and garlic noodles with tiger prawns. And while seafood may be the big draw, it's not the only thing Chason's serves. There's jambalaya, made with chicken and andouille sausage along with shrimp and soft shell crab and barbequed ribs that travel straight from the grill outside directly to customers' plates and bellies.
Running late again. The clothes from the dryer were still wet. The dog just wouldn’t go outside—clearly he’s a jerk. Luckily, Java House has a convenient walk-up or drive-thru window for steaming Java City coffee so that morning commuters needn't even turn off the ignition. Hot-chocolate drinks exceed traditional cocoa expectations with mayan-white and salted-caramel variations, and espresso drinks and hand-mixed sodas grant patrons a taste of Italy that's easier to slurp through a straw than a meatball. Tazo teas are also available for those who need a soothing boost.
Since the first Logan's Roadhouse opened in Lexington, Kentucky in 1991, the restaurant has grown to more than 200 locations, bringing its grilled roadhouse food as far west as California. At each location, the floors of which are typically covered in shells from the buckets of peanuts at each table, eaters can carve into top sirloin and pull apart baby back ribs that have been slow roasting for eight hours. The grilled grub is complemented by beers, cocktails, sweet teas, and sides, such as baked potatoes, coleslaw, and mac 'n' cheese.