Taste Good Peking Cuisine 76 S Abel St, Milpitas, CA95035 Chef Zhao brings authentic Peking, or Beijing, style food to Abel Plaza. A small, family restaurant, this place offers…More comfort food such as Beijing-style noodles and snacks. Specialties include Beijing pancake, sliced lamb BBQ, rou jia mou (meat sandwiches) and tofu soup.
Vedas Indian Restaurant 560 N Abel St, Milpitas, CA95035 This classy and tastefully decorated restaurant is a full-service fine dining establishment, specializing in Northern…More and Central Indian cuisine. The award-winning chef and co-owner Pradeep Kumar has been cooking fine food in the U.S. and India for 18 years, using the freshest organic ingredients. Try the daily lunch buffet for $9.99. Or socialize at the bar during Happy Hour from 5pm - 7pm where $4 selected beers, wines and appetizers can't be beat.
El Alazan Grill 75 S Abbott Ave, Milpitas, CA95035 The festive outdoor furnishings of El Alazan Grill & Taqueria will immediately spark your curiosity. Head inside and…More you'll be hooked. This Mexican food place is open everyday and offers lunchtime specials at prices that are easy on the wallet. El Alazan also has a self-serve salsa and chip bar stocked with a variety of salsas made with fresh ingredients. The service is quick and the chef will prepare your order to your liking.
Sushi Maru 599 E Calaveras Blvd, Milpitas, CA95035
Although Sushi Maru gets extremely crowded, it's worth the wait. This Japanese restaurant offers an extensive…More menu of sushi, including some unique rolls. Try the croquette sushi, a roll made of rice, croquette, sauce and crab salad. This exclusive roll is both eye-pleasing and appetizing. If you love fish, try the Chef Special Sushi, which is a sushi roll made of eight different kinds of fish as well as toro, sweet shrimp and uni.
Everything on Sushi Maru's menu will satisfy your palate.
Enjoy an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet at Sushi Factory in Milpitas, where you can select from a variety of unique and…More delectable sushi rolls. Popular rolls include the Lion King Roll (crab, avocado and baked salmon, with Chef Special's sauce on top), and the Dragon Roll (tempura shrimp, eel and crab). Warm the stomach with gourmet tea (the restaurant's Sleeping Beauty blend, which is lavender tea mixed with cream and sugar), or traditional Japanese sake.
For about $25, you can put yourself deep into a sushi coma.
This bustling fine Cantonese and seafood restaurant offers an expansive selection of live seafood, such as crab,…More lobster, fish, shellfish, or mollusks, in addition to signature rice, noodle, soups, and vegetable dishes. Talented chefs whip up new creations every few months, so do ask the servers about chef specials or seasonal suggestions.
Each dish is representative of the restaurant's taste in quality and display, with flavorful sauces, marinades, soups. Aesthetic presentation of each dish is also not lost among the many orders shuttled into the kitchen. All seafood dishes are live upon ordering--glass tanks with fish and crustaceans line a wall behind diners. Guests may enjoy lunch with coworkers during the week, dress up for a dinner date, or plan a family dinner. A selection of tasty, homemade desserts after dinner is available, such as mango pudding, grass jelly, cakes, or sweet bean soups.
Their widely-popular dim sum is served every weekend, Saturday and Sundays. Steaming carts piled with an assortment of fried, baked, and steamed goodies are pushed through the rows of tables, where you will find dim sum staples such as shu mai and shrimp balls, in addition to restaurant specialties and desserts. Guests are also able to order dim sum items off the menu.
Mayflower Seafood Restaurant invites patrons into an exquisite, contemporary atmosphere, with a large banquet room that can be transformed into venues for weddings, engagements, birthdays, or office functions. Also available for private events are separate party rooms and a full bar room shelving a multitude of alcoholic beverages behind its bar counter. Each of these rooms are fitted with flat-screen televisions.