We dined at this restaurant for dinner in January, 2013. The use of the word 'Grill' in the name is a bit confusing to me. The place is a bit too upscale and the food too well prepared and served to call it a grill. Perhaps it has more of a Grill ambiance during lunchtime. Anyway, call it what you will, the service was great, food was imaginative and excellent. Great presentation. Atmosphere had a bit of a rushed feel to it though and place was extremely loud once filled during peak dinner hour. Still, a great experience and would definitely return.
Favorite Dish: Starters:
Flatbread w/ 5 different dipping Sauces
Mediterranean Salad - Romaine, feta cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives & pine nuts with balsamic vinaigrette
Kabuli - Seasoned basmati rice with julienne carrots & raisins, served with eggplant borani and Koobiden, a chicken kabob.
Fire-Grilled Salmon - served with garlic mashed potatoes & grilled asparagus topped with capers & cherry tomatoes in a garlic-butter sauce
This place is inside the mall near our hotel.It's a nice, quiet little place. When I ate there I ordered an appitizer platter. Don't remember exactly what it was called,but it was good.it had nachos&cheese,2 chicken tenders,4 mozzarella cheese sticks,and onion rings,but I replaced the onion rings for French fries.
This restaurant does not look overly tempting from the outside, a bit bland looking, but dont let that fool you. The parking lot was full and there were many Indians dining there on our visit. The buffet is extremely large, with over 30 entrees, and excellent, with many vegetarian dishes. Everything we sampled was delicious. Lunch buffet Mon-Fri is $9.95 and Sat-Sun $11.95 and includes tea/coffee. Dinner is available daily but buffet dinner only served Fri, Sat, and Sun($13.95). Staff is very pleasant and helpful.
Favorite Dish: Any Masala, Biryani, or Paneer dish.
This was a nice elegant restaraunt.It was expensive,but food was good.
If you are looking for romantic,it's good,cause the light is very dim ,but the
waiter or waitress comes and lights a candle that is set on your table.
The Pleasanton Hotel was most likely a former stage coach stop. Located at the "edge" of town (old town that is), it's redecorated visage welcomes visitors.
Favorite Dish: Brunch - the omlettes
Lunch - salads
Dinner - most anything on the menu....
Small out of the way "strip mall" location but great food. Lunch typically handles the local businesses, but dinner gets people from all over the area. Well know for their food.
Favorite Dish: Smoked Chicken Salad (for me)....large enough to feed two hungry people.
On Santa Rita rd In Pleasanton real authentic mexican food Family owned Excellant food!!
shredded chicken flavoured just right and rice beans and sour cream MMMMM good
Favorite Dish: Chicken Burrito Supreme !!