India House “WOW” a Ten Star Restraunt!!
It is beautiful and the ambience is very comfortable, yet stylish. We had the banquet/feast for two, and it was amazing. It was delicious and very filling, and we got a chance to taste a little of everything on the menu. The service was great and incredibly friendly. The bill was also very reasonable, especially for all that we had. Also, being a Friday night, as well as around family time, we ended up staying for almost 3 hours, obviously without feeling one bit rushed. Cannot say enough great things about the India House.
Also, India House catered for my Son’s Birthday Party & Uncle’s wedding, and all the guest wanted to know where this Precious Jewel of authentic Indian Cuisine was Located? I told them in Folsom, California.
One Last thing, for those of you… if you want to send your taste bud on paradise experience! “Go to India House”!
Located on East Natoma Street directly across from Folsom City Hall is the Acorn Cafe and Coffee House. This charming little cafe opened about a year ago and serves a variety of reasonably priced lunch items, such as home made soup, salad, sandwiches, and burgers. They also offer a variety of popular coffee drinks, such as espresso, latte, mocha, ect. Tea and home made pastries are also available. The cafe is fairly small, only seating about 15 people, but the food is excellent and made from scratch. I had the acorn burger with a side salad, which included home made ranch dressing. It was delicious. Great place for lunch or pop in for a coffee and pastry.
I have posted a few of my favorite (individual) restaurants in town, but it would be a daunting task to list them all. The web link below will provide you with many different choices from recognizable chain restaurants to unique independents. The link comes with reviews to help you make an informed decision and provides locations. Happy eating!
Hands down the best Mexican restaurant in Folsom. Although I rarely frequent chain restaurants, this one is an exception because it's a local Sacramento area chain. The food is outstanding, the service is excellent, salsa bar is flavorful, and the prices are very reasonable. What more could you ask for? Realistically, when you see more Mexican folks eating here than the Caucasian folks, you know you have found a good Mexican restaurant. Bring your appetite and enjoy! Dine there or take out.
This fairly new restaurant is a wonderful addition to old town Folsom cuisine. The mix of German, Russian, and Czech dishes are hearty and flavorful. The ambiance is both elegant, romantic, and family friendly. Although the service is somewhat slow when busy, the food is outstanding. I have been there three times and ordered three different menu items. I have yet to be disappointed.
Tucked away in the Broadstone Market Place shopping center on the outskirts of Folsom, the India House is one of my favorite Indian Restaurants in town. Thanks to Intel, there is a large Indian population in Folsom, hence the variety of Indian restaurants available to the residents. I believe there is a total of four now, maybe more. This creates competition for good food, which is fine by me. Interestingly enough, I have never been there for dinner, but really enjoy their daily buffet. The buffet changes each day, offering new Indian dishes to try. Meat lovers will be satisfied and vegans will be pleased with the fine selection of food. The spice level is usually mild to medium. For those individuals who have never been to an Indian restaurant, the advantage of the buffet is you get to sample a variety of menu items you might otherwise be afraid to try from the regular dinner menu. The restaurant has always been clean and the service is prompt and friendly. The all you can eat lunch buffet is about $10.00 per person and is open daily from 11:30am to 2:30pm.
Chicago Fire Pizza located in old town Folsom is a pleasant change of pace from the same old tired pizza chains in town. The specialty is obviously Chicago style pizza, which includes the deep dish pizza, stuffed pizza, and thin crust pizza. Each excellent on their own, but I prefer the thin crust, which interestingly enough is cut into square pieces, despite the pizza served on a traditional round pie pan. The ambiance is cozy and family friendly. They have a full bar with an excellent wine collection and some decent beers available on tap. This establish was so successful and busy that they expanded and took over a small vacant business next door. With the additional seating, they are still fairly busy during the week and especially on the weekends. Arrive early to ensure limited wait time.
Located in the heart of old town Folsom, this little charming restaurant is simply the best stop for a good breakfast (and lunch). Reasonably priced, good service, and excellent food. On the weekends, there is usually a short wait for a table, but well worth it. Free coffee outside for the waiting patrons. There is a variety of items on their breakfast menu: omelets, pancakes, waffles, and their famous home made biscuits. Bring your appetite!