We really enjoy this cafe in the Art Distict. It's set up as a sort of european bistro. Exposed brick walls, open ceilings.
Excellent bratwurst & sauerkraut. Other favorites of ours: lamb gyro, portobello burger, endive salad. Pizza special Tuesday nights.
These people have state of the art equipment for mammo-crams. Even tho they hurt, you need to have yours done, ladies. Waiting room can get very crowded, but dont panic. Just be patient. Ya gotta do this. You'll be glad you did.
Very flavourful food. The dishes are different from traditional chinese. They're quite original. I bring my clients here for lunch often. Fans of authentic chinese cuisine may not go for Kang's -- its more of a California Chinese fusion. This food is less greasy and the ingredients much FRESHER than you would find in your typical Chinese restaurant. My favorite dish is Spicy Eggplant with garlic. Warning: parking can be difficult-- try the valet parking.
Everything inside My Favorite Place carries the personal touch of the owners. Its like being invited into someone's grandmother's living room. The service staff is very attentive. Tiny flowers are placed all over of the dishes served. A delightful lunch experience.
P.s. The storefront is nothing special -- it's what's inside that is special.
The food here is good, and the cheeses are great. However, the restaurant is called Charcuterie and...well...I was excitedly expecting CHARCUTERIE on the menu. So where did it go? Anyhow its a charming little place in a charming little town.
We've been here three times. On two times the service was wonderful, and once it was terrible. So I guess you should keep your fingers crossed.
My only complaint about this place is that it has the wrong name. Their burgers are "ordinary" at best -- but who likes burgers anyway? What this place is great for is its Mediteranean and Middle Eastern dishes. My Armenian friends were the first ones to bring me here. Its definitely an experience to dine here weekend evenings. Big crowds, belly dancers, cheap beer. I love the the Greek souvlaki and their Lebananese Kabobs.
This was my grandpapas favorite restaurant. Its a bit dark inside, and when you first walk in you can see cabinets of memorabillia related to horses and horse racing. The restaurant was once a favorite of Santa Anita fans and jockeys, when horse racing was in its heyday. The restaurant probably hasn't changed much in 50 years or so -- it has big, comfortable old booths & old paintings of Seabiscuit and other race horses on the walls. The food is usually very good, although $$$. Great steak. Cheese bread served with meals. We go there for special ocassions. Sometimes on holidays the service is sloooow, but overall the staff is very professional, kind, and attentive.
We take our cats and dog to Dr. Debra Smith. She does a very good job of keeping them healthy. Stephanie at the front desk is very efficient and friendly too. Actually, the whole staff there is pleasant and enthrusiastic and seem to truly care about our pets.
You cant beat their hours -- open 7 days. Certainly convenient if you need to pick up any camera accessories at the last minute, instead of ordering online and waiting for the UPS guy to show up. Some salespeoples are less than helpful. But others have been very knowledgeable and easy to talk to.
I get all sorts of complements on my nails after i go to Tinzee. These ladies do a wonderful job. And unlike many other places, there is no communication problem here because they speak English, thank goodness. They keep this salon clean and sanitary. I love their foot massages, too. My only complain is the parking. Hard to find a spot -- it stresses me out.