Not nearly as grand as the National Zoo and you have to pay. They have a decent assortment of animals but it's fairly small. Not bad if you live in the Baltimore area but not worth a special trip.
We went to Nattiya's quite a bit when we lived in Carlsbad. The decor is very nice and the food is delicious. Try the thai iced tea, tom yum soup, pad thai and curry.
This is in Restaurant Row in San Marcos. The decor is traditional and somewhat formal, not very kid friendly. The food is very good. I'd recommend the tom yum soup, pad thai and yellow curry.
This was my favorite Chinese restaurant when I lived in the area. The moo shu pork was excellent. The decor is very nice w/ lots of Hawaiian touches.
This was always my favorite place for pizza when I lived in the area. They used to throw the dough in the air so you could watch. They make huge, NY style pizza.
I've had sandwiches from this deli several times and they are always delicious. They thinly slice the meat and pile it high. I especially like the turkey sandwiches. Great place for lunch in Prince Frederick.
This is located inside the Asian market. You can get bbq meat and dim sum at the counter and they have a few tables where you can eat. The dim sum is decent but definitely not the best around.
PQ Donut has a decent selection of donuts and adequate coffee but it's certainly no Dunkin Donuts. It's located in the Vons shopping center next to the Mexican restaurant. I'd go back.
I'm not sure if they have new owners but my recent visit was pretty bad. The california rolls were overpriced and not very good. They don't carry chicken teriyaki which my kids weren't happy about. I won't go back. Too expensive for the quality of food.
This is the pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) restaurant inside Lucky Seafood Market. The pho, egg rolls and iced coffee are great. You can feed a family of 4 there for under $20.