La Huasteca Restaurant 3387 Middlefield Rd, Menlo Park, CA94025 La Huasteca is a must-try place if you love authentic Mexican food. Everything served at La Huasteca is made in house…More from scratch by a team of talented chefs. La Huasteca is known for its seafood, cooking up shrimp, lobster, catfish, octopus and crab, to name a few. If you prefer meat, La Huasteca also serves up some mean carne asada and chicken dishes. All meats can be served as burritos, tacos or on a plate with pinto beans.
Shiok Singapore is a family-run Singapori restaurant located in the heart of downtown Menlo Park. They are the…More only Singapori restaurant in Menlo Park, and they are the real deal if you are looking for Singapori food. They serve only traditional and genuine Singapori food - paranikan cuisine - the kind of food that Singaporis cook at home, no changes, and no compromises! Their most popular dishes include: Oyster Omelet, Singapore Chili or Pepper Crab, and Laksa.</p>
<p>If this is your first time going to a Singapori restaurant, Singapore cuisine can be best described as a blend of Malaysian, Indonesian, and Indian flavors. Shiok also has outside seating for a pleasant dining experience on sunny days.</p>
Naomi Sushi 1328 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA94025 Naomi Sushi is a great local restaurant with fresh fish and excellent, speedy service. There are daily specials, which…More change according to what's the best fish available. There are signature rolls such at the 49er (white tuna and avocado with spicy yellowtail) and the Ichiro (tiger shrimp with crab salad) as well as grilled dishes or noodles for those who don't like raw fish. There are also fish-free choices for vegetarians who stay away from seafood.
If you're driving down El Camino Real, you've probably noticed a chef peering over a tower of hotcakes as you pass…More Santa Cruz Avenue. The building is home to Stacks Restaurant, an extremely popular spot for breakfast and lunch. The family-friendly restaurant separates itself from the competition, General Manager Bryan Godfrey says, with a superb staff, friendly customers and a large community of regulars that give the restaurant a homey feel.</p>
<p>Stacks is known for its breakfasts, and it doesn't disappoint. In addition to all the classics, Stacks' breakfast specialties are banana macadamia nut coconut pancakes, a crab crepe, crab omelette and, Bryan's favorite dish, the bacon waffle. Fully-cooked bacon bits are mixed into the waffle batter and, when the final product is covered in warm syrup, you get a mouthwatering combination of sweet and savory.</p>
<p>Though Stacks is known for its breakfasts, Bryan insists that the lunches are just as good, if not better. Be sure to try the chili dog and taco salad. To top it off, while you're served mountains of delicious food no matter what you get, the most expensive dish on the menu is $13.29.</p>
<p>The only downside is a product of Stacks' popularity: there's often a wait. This is especially true if you come between 9am and 1pm. Stacks does take reservations, but only for parties of six or more.</p>
Jonathan's Fish and Chips is a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant located in a strip mall with ample parking in…More front. The atmosphere is casual, with plastic tablecloths and a simple, no-thrills attitude, much like you'd find in Louisiana, where the head chef and owner is from. Everyone is welcome.</p>
<p>Jonathan's is treasured by locals for its fresh and tasty Cajun style, cornmeal-encrusted catfish, some even say it's the best in the area. Portions are hearty, usually enough to feed two and prices are affordable. Among the many menu items are fish and chips (6 types of fish), fish nuggets, fried prawns, oysters, okra, chicken wings, gumbo, fish tacos, broiled fish, crab cakes, Po' Boys, jambalaya, hushpuppies, salads and slaws, red beans and rice, cornbread, sweet potato fries and a variety of handmade desserts.</p>
Family and locally owned, Draeger's has become a staple for Bay Area residents seeking the finest food products. This…More Menlo Park branch is no exception, as the colossal two-story store, located on the corner of University Dr. and Menlo Ave., has just about everything a foodie could ask for.</p>
<p>There is meat department with a wide selection of top-quality meats, a seafood department featuring the freshest catches (including live lobsters, crab, trout and a sushi bar), and a produce department with a large selection of California produce. In addition, Draeger's has a mouthwatering bakery, and a delicatessen with delicious prepared salads and entrees.</p>
<p>Draeger's also has an extensive selection of wines, as well as foreign beers which are hard-to-find elsewhere, such as Tiger Beer from Vietnam and Tsin Tao from China.</p>
<p>If that wasn't enough, Draeger's provides a catering service and offers cooking classes, which you can sign up for online. </p>