Hamilton Residential Care Home 998 Hamilton Ave, Milpitas, CA95035 Elderly residents enjoy warm, homemade meals at Hamilton Residential Care Home. The home is kept meticulously tidy and…More residents are likewise well taken care of. Both Tagalog and English are spoken at this assisted living facility. For further information, please call Maria Soriano 408-674-5797.
One of the few Malaysian restaurants in Milpitas, New Penang Garden serves flavorful cuisine in a tropically-themed…More setting. The fun and colorful decor features golden walls and and a kitchen window resembling a Tiki Hut.
One of the restaurant's best-known menu items is its homemade roti canai, a Malaysian flatbread. The warm roti canai is served with curry dipping sauce, so be prepared to get your fingers messy! Also be sure to try the variety of curry dishes and mango sticky rice dessert.
Chaat is a term for Indian street food. At the India Chaat House, customers can chit-chat over stuffed parathas…More (pan-fried wheat bread stuffed with vegetables or cheese, cauliflower), paneer pakoras (homemade cheese-dipped in chickpea flour and deep fried) and samosas (crispy patties stuffed with potatoes and peas), to name a few. All dishes are vegetarian, and they come in dinner combos at a reasonable price.
Maruichi 530 Barber Ln, Milpitas, CA95035 Broke college students may take a liking to Maruichi Japanese Noodle House as it offers a more appetizing take on a…More plain old bowl of ramen. Maruichi offers traditional Japanese noodles that are homemade daily. Ramen noodles include Kuro, Tonkotsu, Shoyu and Miso. Each ramen comes with egg, roast pork, seaweed and green onions. You can also add extra toppings including corn, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots and mushrooms for $1 each. For a cheaper value, choose from three combo specials that come with ramen as well as extras including rice, pot stickers and California rolls. Cash only.
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.