Bolansa Dessert 680 Barber Ln, Milpitas, CA95035 Bolansa Dessert specializes in Hong Kong style desserts--hot and cold--with fresh fruit, including fruit puddings,…More smoothies, juices, crepes and its specialty tapioca dessert. Bolansa also offers rice and noodle meals, soups and Chinese snacks, including chicken wings and Szechuan pig ear. Lunch specials are served with soup and salad. Cash only.
Chow King is located in the Seasons Marketplace at Landess, serving Filipino-style Asian fast food. It is part of a…More growing, Asian fast-food chain with locations throughout California, Nevada and Washington.</p>
<p>The restaurant's signature dishes are the chicken meals, spicy or regular, which come in personal and family sizes. The menu boasts of noodle soups, dim sum, rice meals, breakfasts, noodles and sweets. There is also a nice selection of popular Filipino dishes in party platter sizes perfect for large gatherings.</p>
Quick Wok 603 Great Mall Dr, Milpitas, CA95035 Quick Wok serves up Vietnamese cuisine like pho (beef noodle soup) and barbecued spare ribs in a fast-food…More setting. Items like <i>bun</i> (rice vermicelli), pork chop dishes, are complemented with fruit drinks flavored with <i>longan</i> and <i>lychee</i>. The rest of the menu offers other southeastern Asian dishes made with chicken, mussels and squid.
Try Song Ngu for a traditional bowl of pho. Whether you like beef or chicken, you can choose from a variety of…More options including meatballs, beef, brisket, tendons and chicken.</p>
<p>To spice up your soup, you can choose from a bevy of condiments including chili, chili garlic, sweet sauce, chili sauce and soy sauce. </p>
<p>Song Ngu also offers a selection of rice plates if you're not in the mood for noodles.</p>
Darda Seafood Restaurant 296 Barber Ct, Milpitas, CA95035 Looking for halal Chinese food? Darda Seafood Restaurant in Milpitas is the place to go. Enjoy lunch or dinner as you…More marvel at a mural of Mecca adorned on the wall. Start your pork-free meal with sesame green onion pancakes and hot and sour soup, both house favorites. Try their popular three flavor home made chow main, which is made of hand cut noodles, beef, chicken and shrimp. Darda's $5.95 lunch specials include such dishes as kung pao beef, curry diced chicken and deep fried tofu.
Taiwan Top Food offers traditional-style hot pots and ramen. Choose from a selection of hot pots, including rib eye…More or lamb. Hot pots come with a plate of fresh vegetables that include lettuce and bok choy. The meal also comes with either noodles or sticky rice. You can also choose from three kinds of broths, including chicken, herbal or spicy soup. </p>
<p>The restaurant also offers snacks such as deep-fried tofu, fried tempura, Taiwanese meatballs, garlic sausage, and rice plates featuring fried chicken steak and pork chops.</p>
Serving Cantonese-style foods, Cafe Won Kee is a popular spot to grab good food at reasonable prices. It is…More always full during weekday lunch hours, so come early! Try the cafe's roast pork and BBQ meats, which are among the most popular dishes here. If you prefer the simple fried rice or pan-fried noodles, these dishes are hearty comfort food.</p>
<p>There is also a take-out deli counter by the entrance, offering Chinese BBQ such as whole roast chicken, pork and duck. Let cashiers know how much you want to buy, and they will chop the meat into smaller pieces to take home and enjoy.</p>
<p>If you choose to dine-in during dinnertime, complimentary dessert is served after dinner; the desserts are usually sweet soups such as red bean soup or green bean sweet soup.</p>
<p>Credit cards accepted with a $20 minimum order.</p>
Quickly 540 Barber Ln, Milpitas, CA95035 A great place to catch up with friends or grab a late-night drink, this shop offers a full menu of milk tea drinks and…More fried Asian snacks. Its most popular snack is the popcorn chicken, but try the egg puffs in more than 20 flavors. In addition to milk teas and snacks, their menu offers other foods such as bento boxes (for those on a budget), sandwiches and noodle soups. The interior is colorful, with futuristic stools, bar-like counters, and music videos playing on a flat-screen TV. It is a late night hotspot for Asian teens. Free Wi-Fi. Cash only.
Top Cafe 650 Barber Ln, Milpitas, CA95035 Top Cafe serves late-night Hong Kong-style comfort food until 3am daily. It's a great spot to satisfy any late-night…More munchies and the extensive menu includes all kinds of Hong Kong and Mandarin dishes, usually served with rice or noodles. Try the baked Portuguese pork chop or chicken over rice, baked spaghetti, baked clay pots, or the famous rice porridge with 1,000-year-old eggs. Complimentary soup is served before the meal. For those early-birds, stop by for a Spanish coffee, which is topped with a generous scoop of ice cream. The restaurant has friendly, accomodating, attentive employees and seats about 25 customers. Cash only.
The mantra of this vegan restaurant is "Be veg, go green, save the planet." You won't miss the meat here. Dishes are…More skillfully prepared, often with mock meat made from soy. Go for the Kung Pow Wow, a meatless version of Kung Po Chicken. Or rice noodle soups such as the Bun Hue, a spicy red soup with fake fish balls, mock meat and mint leaves.</p>
<p>This menu of this particular Loving Hut has more Asian dishes than its sister store in Palo Alto. Within the shopping center, it's probably the only place you'll be able to pick up a package of Tofurky.</p>
<p>Loving Hut has a decor that is pristine, with lots of shiny white tabletops and white pleather seats.This restaurant is the brainchild of Ching Hai, a spiritual teacher.</p>
Looking for a fun dinner for your date? Bring them here for an active cooking experience. Want to interest children…More in cooking? Have them participate in choosing hot pot ingredients, but please keep them safe from the tabletop flames and grill. </p>
<p>As Hot Pot City is buffet-styled, patrons choose from a variety of raw meats, seafoods, crisp vegetables, and noodles from the buffet bar, bringing plates back to their tables to cook in their hot pot soup broth. There are three soup broths to choose from: regular, chili and herbal. (Extra fees apply for the chili and herbal broths). Popular items for hot pot cooking include: sliced lamb and beef, egg dumplings, fish balls, tempura sticks, enoki mushrooms and noodles.</p>
<p>For those preferring to use the adjacent table grill, choose from Hot Pot's selection of premarinated beef, lamb, pork and chicken. Remember to pick up a bowl of dipping sauce, as sauce is an important element to Taiwanese hot pot. The most common and favorite sauce is the Taiwanese BBQ sauce, but the "sauce bar" carries ingredients and spices customers can use to add to their own creations. </p>
<p>In addition to the raw foods, the buffet bar also includes drinks and ingredients to make original desserts. Get creative while concocting desserts with sweets such as red and green mung beans, tapioca, coconut milk, condensed milk, and Hot Pot's shaved ice machine. Prices are charged per customer and happy hour prices start after 10pm. Reservations are suggested for parties of more than six people. Take note that the last seating allowed is one hour prior to closing.</p>
Quickly 1350 S Park Victoria Dr, Milpitas, CA95035
A favorite hangout for Asian American teens, step inside this coffee shop and you'll see why. A wall menu full…More of milk tea drinks and a version of the slurpee in various flavors. This menu includes food such as burgers, noodle soups and bento boxes, in addition to fried Asian snacks such as popcorn chicken, fried calamari and yam.</p>
<p>The interior of the store is colorful, with music videos playing on a flat-screen TV, floor-to-ceiling windows, colorful stools and interesting tables. Outside patio seating is also available for enjoying the warmer weather. Inside seating is includes round tables, bar-like counters and rotating stools. Free wi-fi. Cash only.</p>