This poor restaurant. It is situated next to a Round Table Pizza and a very popular Chinese/Japanese buffet. I go to the Round Table often and barely ever see anyone in this store. Recently the hours changed so it is not open past 3 pm and not on weekends, I believe. So even if you like the food (which I admit I have not tried) it is a real challenge to get there when they are open.
I went to a concert at this location and it was just the right size. I really enjoy it as a concert venue. I had a drink there and the bartender was very knowledgeable about interesting drinks and they had a good selection of supplies. I would definitely go there again for a drink or a concert.
We stopped into this deli once while in Burlingame and weren't very impressed. We got sandwiches which were fine, but nothing special and haven't been interested in going back since (maybe 4 years ago). They do have a range of cuisines, including German food and sandwiches but not exciting enough for us to go back.
We have eaten here while at a bowling birthday party and found the "cuisine" to be typical to a bowling alley. The hot dogs, chips and sodas were fine, and we would definitely eat there again if hungry while bowling!
My friends and I went to visit this restaurant and found it to have relatively authentic Singaporean cuisine, but it has already gone (within 6 mos. ) and changed it's name!
Their catch phrase is to "eat like a king, drink like a fish" and maybe the food is good if you are drinking. I don't drink and found the food to be uninteresting and not worth the money. I also got the signature beignets dessert and was disappointed by it as well. Nowhere near the quality and taste of Cafe du Monde's beignets in Atlanta or New Orleans, but then again, what is?
PROS: lots of drinks? downtown location
CONS: food leaves a lot to be desired
This restaurant is famous for being the starting point for many a startup business during the dot com boom. We went one weekend near the end of the boom and it was so busy that it took us 20-30 minutes to get a seat, and then we never got served. We ended up leaving without even having eaten. The location is also not convenient unless you live in Woodside so I wouldn't recommend it.
PROS: "historic" location
CONS: not convenient, busy
I went to this restaurant with a group and we got a private room. I wasn't impressed with the food, but the bread was pretty good, and the service was good. I haven't gone back to this restaurant (it has been about 3 years) and I don't plan to.
I love this crepe restaurant! They have a kid's meal (ham and cheese and other crepes) as well as salads, sandwiches and savory or sweet crepes. The staff is very welcoming and accomodating and they are happy to have children visit. They even supply coloring pages and crayons. I hope to visit again soon!
I went to the Vans last summer and the food was okay, but I wouldn't go back just because of the food. The reason to go to The Vans is because of it's historic location. The building is one of the few remaining buildings from the Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco in 1909 (the same origin of the Palace of Fine Arts), which was shipped down the Bay and set up in Belmont as a restaurant. It has a great view and is an interesting place for San Francisco history.