Find out what Fusion restaurants to try in East Palo Alto. East Palo Alto (abbreviated E.P.A.) is a city in San Mateo County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population of East Palo Alto was 28,155. It is situated on the San Francisco Peninsula, roughly halfway between the cities of San Francisco and San Jose. To the north and east is the San Francisco Bay, to the west is the city of Menlo Park, and to the south the city of Palo Alto. Despite being called "East" Palo Alto, this is a misnomer, as the city is precisely due north of Palo Alto. While often incorrectly assumed to be part of the city of Palo Alto, East Palo Alto has always been a separate entity since its founding as an unincorporated community. It is also in San Mateo County, while Palo Alto is in Santa Clara County. The two cities are separated only by San Francisquito Creek and, largely, the Bayshore Freeway (the vast majority of East Palo Alto is northeast of the freeway, while all of the residential part of Palo Alto is southwest of the freeway). The revitalization projects in 2000, and high income high-tech professionals moving into new developments, including employees from Google and Facebook, have begun to eliminate the cultural and economic differences between the two cities. East Palo Alto and Palo Alto share both telephone area codes and postal ZIP codes.
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4 based on 407 reviews
Tamarine is a contemporary Vietnamese restaurant that features the light but flavor-intensive culinary delicacies of Vietnam. The restaurant offers a menu based on small plates, promoting the Vietnamese tradition of the 'shared' meal in which food is shar
I've been to this restaurant many times over the years. Shaking beef is still a great dish, and as my title says there are moments when I really like it. I would say that it's not 100% consistent though. If someone is asking me for a recommendation for a business dinner in downtown PA on a weeknight, this is a good choice.
4 based on 410 reviews
Awesome margaritas to start; guacamole was under seasoned; salsas OK; chips still hot-which was great !Dates were as good as we remembered; tasty chorizo stuffing inside, crispy bacon on the outside-YUMMY! but 2 for 12 dollars? Camarones also amazing flavours but very expensive - 4 shrimp for 20 dollars? Atmosphere is great but these are NOBU prices..anyhow....
4 based on 230 reviews
Now open in downtown Palo Alto, Rangoon Ruby Burmese Cuisine will have two Wins insuring authentic, Burmese cuisine. Chefs Win Aye and Win Tin formerly of Burma Superstars locations in Oakland and Alameda respectively, will jointly be heading up the kitch
Great venue, great location. We walked in with a reservation and got seats in this crowded restaurant right away. We ordered cocktails and appetizers followed by a full dinner meal for everyone. The cocktails were mediocre at best and they served martinis at room temperature. We asked to redo them chilled.Food was pretty good but I have had better before. I would give them a good rating but not spectacular; price is quite reasonable in fact a bit cheaper than I expected. Overall, pretty good.Thank you for the feedback! We are sorry to hear that nothing exceeded your expectations. It is our highest priority to serve the finest Burmese cuisine and always aim to make a memorable impression. We appreciate your comments and will share this with our team in the effort to keep our execution at the highest quality. Hopefully, you'll give us another chance in the near future. We'd love to have you back!
4 based on 106 reviews
With accomplished chefs proficient in all of the specialties that make Asian-Burmese cuisine sought after by food aficionados, Burma Ruby is fast striking a chord with diners looking for a fresh, modern approach to one of Asia's most popular cuisines. Inf
Reached at 9 30 and were told they will close by 10 PM. Food was excellent. Service was good. Stayed till almost 10 30.Thank you, Rakesh! We are glad to hear you enjoyed your experience with us and appreciate you for taking the time to share. We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 37 reviews
A fantastic blend of Southeast Asian ingredients, spice & herbs, making Black Pepper a delicious & fun place to visit. Black Pepper's heritage: a delightful diversity Malay, Thai, Indian and Chinese. Come, share this exciting Tropical Malaysian experience
Reviewing the menu, you might think it's just another Asian restaurant. For instance, the pad thai noodles are not like what you find in the typical Thai restaurant. These are much better and different without losing sight of what you want from that dish. The various black pepper dishes are great, especially the lamb chops.Staff is also very friendly.One slight negative is that this is an open format restaurant so it can get noisy in there.
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