If you're not sure what to order at San Jose Mexican Restaurant, then just get the Little Bit of Everything, a platter stacked with a chalupa, chile relleno, beef taco, enchilada, burrito, rice, and beans. Presumably the restaurant created this sampler because diners find it so hard to settle on a single dish from the extensive and unexpected menu. The seafood section, for instance, has nearly 20 dishes, including potato enchiladas topped with grilled shrimp. There are about a dozen more chicken creations, including a pan-roasted breast stuffed with saut?ed vegetables and cheese. The restaurant's innovation has hardly ceased over the years: not only do they keep finding more hungry people, but they've also debuted molcajete bowls, which are hot-stone bowls filled with three meats glazed in a honey-pasilla sauce.