Category: east bay

encuentro café and wine bar: Reviews

Michelle: “They also have amazing desserts, some of which are dairy-free, like tiramisu, hazelnut pudding and their amazing chocolate cake.”
Jack: “My favorite was the bruschetta with roasted beets, goat cheese with a balsamic reduction and chives.”
Jill: “The delicious salads were layered with texture and flavor.”

Guerilla Café: Reviews

Lyrics Born: “All the ingredients are delicious, fresh, seasonal, mostly organic, and locally sourced.”
Scott: “One thing GC can brag about: it serves Blue Bottle Coffee.”
Emily: “Again, I was disappointed the eggs were hard poached as I much prefer a soft poach—so I would definitely specify which you desire if you order this dish and the polenta dish.”

Bocanova: Reviews

Allison: “We started with the Dungeness crab deviled eggs with chipotle aioli; probably some of the best deviled eggs around.”
Eric: “Beautiful Location, cool atmosphere with high quality ingredients served with imaginative Latin flair.”
Herman: “I loved the vibe and location of Bocanova. It’s like you are having dinner in a massive loft.”

Souk Savanh Restaurant: Reviews

Mark: “Consider ordering your first dish with just 1-2, then taste it and place your other orders based on that experience.”
Meyeon: “The food is traditional Lao cuisine with familiar Thai food options prepared by a friendly Lao family.”
Beth: “Another recommended dish was the spicy wings. They arrived “three bears style”– not too hot, not too bland, just right.”

Flora: Reviews

Mac: “And dessert — their caramel pudding is justly famous: a white dish filled with velvety caramel and topped with sea salt crystals.”
Kristine: “The Burger ($16), which was grass-fed and house ground, was juicy and had that charcoal, backyard barbecue splendor.”
Brad: “‘Carter Beats the Devils’ is the Flora version of the margarita. The combination of Tequila, Mescal and the chili made for a smooth drink with a bit of a kick.”

Chop Bar: Reviews

Andrea: “The meatloaf was delicious — crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside and covered in a light, ham gravy.”
Raj: “The cocktails are a must. Hand crafted and creative. We tried the Hot for Teacher (tequila based) and Don’t Stop Believing (gin based).”
Thuy: “One of my favorite things about this restaurant is the cozy feel.”

Salute E Vita Ristorante: Reviews

Bill: “addictive happy hours in the bar offer stellar sunsets and feature some of the best British fish and chips as well as one of the best American hamburgers in the Bay Area!”
Michael: “Most people seem to be there for the views as the food is clearly secondary.”
Taylor: “The food is standard but absolutely can’t compare to some of the better Italian restaurants in San Francisco or the East Bay.”

Mua: Reviews

Andrew: “The Beef Bone Marrow is just melt-in-your mouth goodness…”
Lee: “The music was loud but did not seem to interfere when we first sat down; however, as the evening progressed, it became more difficult to converse.”
Michael: “The calamari was “a tad bland,” but I liked the cornmeal crust and cost. The carpaccio was outstanding.”

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