Restaurants in Menlo Park


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  • Lisa's Tea Treasures Menlo Park
    Tablecloths, fine china, and finger sandwiches speak of refinement during high tea or tea parties at Lisa’s Tea Treasures Menlo Park. During afternoon tea services, guests sip a selection of 23 loose-leaf teas—such as strawberry darjeeling, lemon mint, and Winter Solstice—and nibble on scones and sandwiches inspired by the food of Europe’s culinary capitals. The menu lists bites from Greece, Italy, and France, including Chicken Parisian croissants, salmon mousse, and cucumber-mint cream cheese. A fresh scone with devonshire cream completes any tea party, and evoke thoughts of England other than your recurring dream of building a cricket pitch in your backyard. In addition to the fine fare, the tearoom itself oozes class with delicate trinkets on display, floral wallpaper, and small chandeliers gently lighting the space.
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    167 Main St
    Los Altos, CA US
  • Sultana
    In Focus: Sultana Established: 2005 Open for: lunch and dinner every day of the week What they’re serving: home-style Turkish, Mediterranean, and Greek food Can’t miss dish: the pomegranate kebob—ground lamb and beef wrapped with spinach over garlic yogurt and topped with pomegranate sauce For vegetarians: veggie mussaka with layers of eggplant and potatoes To drink: aged wines hailing everywhere from Turkey to Napa Valley Inside tip: drink specials for wines and cocktails are available during lunch
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    1149 El Camino Real
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • Shiok! Singapore Kitchen
    Singaporean cuisine claims a diverse culinary genealogy. With influences from China, Malay, and India, it's no wonder Shiok! Singapore Kitchen's menu boasts dishes ranging from beef samosas and chicken satay to Singapore pepper crab and vermicelli noodles tossed with curry. This history and tradition is embodied by the restaurant’s name: exclamations of the Singaporean term “shiok!” can often be heard ringing around the table at the conclusion of an enjoyable meal.
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    1137 Chestnut St.
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • Madera
    Madera: A User’s Guide Michelin-Starred Restaurant | Award-Winning Wine List | Contemporary Californian Cuisine | Wood-Burning Grill Sample Menu Starter: foie gras crème brûlée Entree: Schmitz Ranch lamb Side: potato polenta Dessert: Earl Grey chocolate cream Where to Sit: On a date: request a table by the rustic stone fireplace—the nearby windows grant panoramic views of the Santa Cruz Mountains For an event: Madera’s two private dining rooms feature private outdoor terraces Notable Press In its star-awarding review, the Michelin Guide notes Madera’s “elevated cooking incorporates all the traits of contemporary cuisine” Gayot praises the restaurant’s “meticulously designed and innovative cocktail list” Wine Spectator awarded Madera a Best Of Award of Excellence Inside Tips Because Madera is located inside the Rosewood Sand Hill hotel, it serves up every meal of the day: breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Try the Asian Pear cocktail, a drink made with elderflower liqueur and puréed fruit that SFGate calls “sweet-but-not-too-sweet.” Vocab Lesson Chicharrón: fried pork skins, used in many dishes and preparations across the Spanish-speaking world. Kampachi: also known as Almaco jack, this relative of yellowtail and amberjack has firm flesh that strongly resembles tuna, making it a popular choice for sushi.
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    2825 Sand Hill Rd
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • Back A Yard Grill
    Back a Yard Caribbean-American Grill: A User’s Guide From-Scratch Caribbean Cuisine | Southern Barbecue | Addictive Jerk Chicken | Corn Festivals Sample Dishes Jerk chicken: served with fried plantains, rice, and beans Barbecue: pork spare ribs served with fries, a warm roll, and coleslaw Seafood: fried snapper breaded with a special blend of herbs and spices Dessert: sweet-potato pudding Who's in the Kitchen? Chef-owner Robert Simpson’s techniques and recipes are the foundations for both Back a Yard locations: the one in downtown San Jose, and the original in Menlo Park. He began cooking at age 6 alongside his grandmother in Jamaica, and he went on to receive his formal training at the Culinary Institute of America. Inside Tips Parking at the Menlo Park location can be tricky because it's all on the street. But the San Jose location is a bit easier, since Back a Yard validates parking at a huge garage nearby. Don't let the hole-in-the-wall exterior of the original Menlo Park location fool you: inside, it's all colors, reggae tunes, and smiles. Vocab Lesson Plantain: very popular in Caribbean dishes, these starchy fruits are a slightly larger cousin of the banana and must be cooked before serving. Corn festivals: sweet, fritter-like treats made of cornmeal. They're deep-fried and often served with something more savory, especially fish. Culture Lesson: "Back a Yard" isn't a typo. It's a term that means, quite simply, "back home." It refers to the spirit and welcoming nature of life in Jamaica.
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    1189 Willow Rd
    Menlo Park, CA US
  • J and J Hawaiian BBQ
    Chow down on ribs, slaw and more at J and J Hawaiian BBQ, a down-home barbecue joint in Menlo Park. Low-fat, gluten-free and anything else you've been looking for waits here. Tots are more than welcome to dine with their parents at J and J Hawaiian BBQ. Don't stay inside on a beautiful day! Come sit on the patio at J and J Hawaiian BBQ and order great food. J and J Hawaiian BBQ is a great location to host a group dinner. You'll want to time your arrival to J and J Hawaiian BBQ just right since reservations are not accepted. Shake off the stiff workday duds at J and J Hawaiian BBQ — attire is casual. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Free parking is always available just seconds away from J and J Hawaiian BBQ. You'll also find plenty of safe spaces to lock up your bike if you prefer to cycle to the restaurant. Chow down at J and J Hawaiian BBQ without blowing your budget — meals here usually cost less than $15. It's strictly cash-only at J and J Hawaiian BBQ, so make a trip to the ATM first.
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    1170 Alma St
    Menlo Park, CA US

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