|BayLeaf Cafe ||The food is decent but the drinks and desserts are awesome. Try the Almond Soymilk,Black Sesame Soy,Masala Chai, Kahlua Coffee Sundae and the Banana Sesame Crépe. Go for the Sushi,Carrot Roll,soups,and specials. Nice homey feel (mini library included) and great place for advocacy meetings. The staff is nice – service can be slow. Be aware that tips may not go to Waiters. Talk to manager about it! ||2006-08-14 |
|Garden Fresh ||Awesome food! The dishes far surpass their menu names like“Squid” and “Duck.” Rather than trying to mimic other foods, like most meat substitutes, the foods achieve a depth and uniqueness of flavor that can be wonderfully appreciated on their own terms. Some standouts you won’t want to miss are the Orange Beef, Sweet & Sour Pork, Kun Pao Eggplant, and Scallion Pancakes. Some dishes not so good. ||2006-08-14 |
|Darbar Indian Cuisine ||What stands out about Darbar is its weekday lunch buffet. For $10: all you can eat, predominantly vegetarian and quite varied selection. The dinner menu is very nice but not so much different from other local Indian Restaurants. Janta down the street is perhaps better for dinner, but its lunch buffet is far less exciting (though cheaper). ||2006-08-14 |
|Kan Zeman ||Very veg-friendly and no doubt some of the best food in town! Try the Vegetarian Couscous, Mujadarah (rice and lentil), and the Vegatarian Bamieh ala-edamaha (Okra). The Vegetarian Combo is a colorful combination of hummus, falafel, tabouleh, baba ghanoush, dolma, and meditteranean salad. The restaurant can replace yogurt with hummus or falafel in most dishes. The lentil soup is the best!