Reviews on American food in San Gabriel, California, United States. San Gabriel is a city in Los Angeles County, California. It is named after the Mission San Gabriel Arcángel (which in turn was named for Archangel Gabriel), founded by Junípero Serra. The city grew outward from the mission and in 1852 became the original township of Los Angeles County. San Gabriel was incorporated in 1913. The city's motto is "A city with a Mission" and it is often called the "Birthplace" of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. At the 2010 census, the population was 39,718.
Things to do in San Gabriel
4 based on 119 reviews
Welcome to North Woods Inn of San Gabriel! Come for juicy steaks, fresh seafood, enormous salads and our signature cheese bread. Whether you are in the mood for a quiet dinner for two, want to bring the office for lunch, or celebrate your next family mile
Wow! What a change from a couple decades ago!!! Back then the food was much better and service too. We dined mid week. The place was practically empty, which should have been a red flag for us. The filet and crab legs for $57 was a HUGE disappointment. We asked about the size of the crab legs and server said one and a half, so we thought that seemed good. I've never seen a King crab leg that small or thin. The filet was ok, not great, but the price was really high for the quality. The combination platters were not good either; the shrimp and scallops were small and dry. Overall, in our opinion, the place has gone downhill SO much that we won't return.
4 based on 473 reviews
Green Street Restaurant is where Pasadenans go to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner and it's been a Pasadena tradition since 1979. It is centrally located just off South Lake Avenue and is within walking distance of hotels, the convention center, the Pasad
We had lunch here to celebrate my Mom's 91st birthday and they did a lovely job. We were a large group of 11 people and our server stayed right on top of things and helped everyone, including two children. Their salads are huge (certainly big enough for two to share, which they do graciously). They also kindly let us bring a birthday cake and provided plates and offered to serve it. The food is delicious and everyone was happy, and it was quite reasonable.
4 based on 635 reviews
This restaurant while a chain has grown to be a regular lunch netting stop . Charming service all ways good bar and a pretty straight forward but varied menu I almost lays get the grilled trout w cabbage and goat cheese., trout being hard to get well cooked. My guests always love the food too . I like a reliable place with a lively clientele and beautifulAtmosphere donât miss the fish pond and the bear pictures . Men love the steaks and hamburger here grilled perfect and the sides seasonal donât miss the grilled artichoke big enough for two . Come early for dinner as it is crowded but just grab a drink and watch the koi and chill
4 based on 210 reviews
Featuring the finest selection of USDA Prime Cuts, Australian Wagyu and authentic Japanese Kobe Beef, expertly prepared over a wood-fired grill with White Oak and seasonal wood to sear in the maximum flavor and juiciness of each cut.
So, when I reserved this through Open Table, it didnt disclose it was a fixed menu. These are typically a horrible representation of a menu and grossly over priced. This was unfortunately no different. And look, I love the Royce. It's a great restaurant. But I took my family here for steak and to share a bunch of appetizers. Last night the only beef option was beef Wellington, which I wouldn't order ever. The meal was just a bummer. Dessert was a near frozen apple tart and peppermint panacotta with a unfortunate consistency. On the plus side, the service was excellent. So, take this review with a grain of salt. It doesn't reflect the usual menu, but that it wasnt disclosed it would be a fixed menu until we were seated really angered meDear RH,Thank you for sharing this valuable feedback, and we truly apologize that you found your holiday meal at The Royce not up to par. While we do note on OpenTable that our regular menu may not be available on holidays and include the prix-fixe on our website as the Christmas option, we understand the confusion and will discuss with our OpenTable rep how we may better ensure this information is made clearer in any way possible through that platform. I have also shared your comments with our Royce chef and team regarding the dishes served so that we can correct any issues immediately as we prepare for upcoming holidays. Again, we truly apologize and hope we will have a chance to welcome you in the future for an improved experience.Best Regards,Paul LeclercManaging Director
4 based on 57 reviews
This place is a Hidden Gem. I love the strip that is located in. It's not very fancy inside but the food is truly fresh and delicious. Make sure and sit by the windows it's wonderful people watching.
4 based on 323 reviews
Since 1984, Parkway Grill has specialized in a seasonal, market-driven approach to cooking that incorporates diverse influences and classic French technique. Demonstrating the ultimate commitment to fresh produce, the Parkway Grill planted its own organic
Wide variety of exquisite selections on the menu. Pasta, seafood and steak choices all were outstanding and made it a difficult choice. Lobster crepe appetizer was delicious and fully endowed. Delicious lobster bisque sauce topped it off. I had the pan seared sea bass as a main course. Presentation was picturesque. Absolutely delicious. Wide variety of desserts as well. Again fabulous presentation. Moreover, our service was truly exceptional.
4 based on 289 reviews
The Terrace serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and a delectable breakfast buffet and Dim Sum Sunday Brunch. The California bistro-style menu is comprised of the freshest, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. The Terrace's outdoor patio offers guest
Had reservation at 5:30 but we were not seated until 6:00 when they tried to seat us outdoors (where is was cold and I was with an 89 year old mother who is diabetic and had taken her insulin anticipating eating at 5:30). Did not realize it was a pre-fix dinner when I made the reservations through open table. The first course was a "honey crisp apple " salad which had no apples and was sent back. The green bean almandine was hard as rocks and not cooked?. The main course of turkey and the winter squash was very tasty! The other issue was I ordered a $100 bottle of pinot (Goldeneye 2015) and they brought white wine glasses. I said to the waiter that if I order a bottle of pinot I expect to have pinot/burgundy glasses and suggested they go upstairs to the Royce and get some! Finally the manager got some but overall it was a bad experience for Christmas day dining!Dear Peppy,Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback regarding your holiday meal at The Terrace. We truly apologize for the issues which you encountered, and have reviewed them internally in detail with our Terrace staff and culinary team as we prepare for future holidays. We hope to have an opportunity to welcome you in the future so we may offer an improved experience.Best Regards,Paul LeclercManaging Director
4 based on 58 reviews
I AM NOT a burger girl (if you read my reviews much) BUT decided or agreed to this place with our daughter & her hubs who had been once as they moved NEAR here. I do love blue cheese and bacon so much so we ordered something with a really cool name which I hear are songs from the 80's maybe?? Metallica for sure. I am telling you THIS PLACE makes a "GUY FIERIE NEEDS TO COME HERE) kinda BURGER so GUY WHERE ARe YOU???? my daughter got those buffalo fries; fantastic (yeah blue cheese too!!)
4 based on 268 reviews
Since 1946, Gusâs has been serving the good folks of South Pasadena (and beyond!) true Southern hospitality and some of the best real pit BBQ around. Housed on historic Route 66, Gusâs is a tribute to Southern life, where family, tradition and celebration
This place is great I think the best BBQ around. This place has been here for years I love the brisket but it is all great.Ribs and chicken is super as well. There salads are great and the cream corn and cornbread is a must.Order a lot and share and you canât miss
4 based on 179 reviews
Exquisitely enchanting experience within an historic setting along tree-lined streets, this European-inspired restaurant offers welcoming service and delicious dining within elegant, but not stuffy, surroundings. Floral arrangements and music delight, with seating on the garden front patio or within the intimate, elegant, wood-paneled library room adorned with frescoed ceiling. Enjoy a white peach Mimosa or Sangria with your signature Rosemary & Currant Bread house specialty. Finish with a decadent dessert. As you will not want to return to reality by departing, wander into the attached Gourmet Market & Gift Shop to complete this truly enjoyable experience. I am anxious to revisit this lovely family-owned venue.
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