Best Korean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Korean food in Milpitas. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Korean restaurants near you.. Milpitas /mɪlˈpiːtəs/ is a city in Santa Clara County, California. It is located with San Jose to its south and Fremont to its north, at the eastern end of State Route 237 and generally between Interstates 680 and 880 which run roughly north/south through the city. With Alameda County bordering directly on the north, Milpitas sits in the extreme northeast section of the South Bay, bordering the East Bay and Fremont. Milpitas is also located within the Silicon Valley. The corporate headquarters of Maxtor, LSI Corporation, Adaptec, Intersil, FireEye, Viavi and Lumentum (formerly JDSU), KLA-Tencor, SanDisk, and View, Inc. sit within the industrial zones of Milpitas. Flex and Cisco also have offices in Milpitas. The population was 66,790 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 54 reviews
I had the opportunity to eat here while on business. For a Wednesday evening (8:30pm), the place was very busy. I did not order the traditional Korean BBQ as it was only me. However, I did order two prepared dishes and they were very good. Along with the two dishes, they served a very nice assortment of banchan (or Korean sides). The only real negative I have is follow-up from the wait staff. I know there is a button at the table to call for assistance but this is a new concept for me. If the BBQ is as good as the prepared dishes, I would give this place a 5-Star rating. It's definitely on the expensive side but it is CA and it may be unique in the area which allows them to charge a premium. I definitely plan to visit this place in the future.
4 based on 28 reviews
I took the family here for Thanksgiving dinner instead of the usual turkey. We all agreed that this was the right choice since there was no preparation, cooking or clean up. We also made sure not too dress too nicely since we knew we would be smelling like BBQ after all the table cooking we would have to do.We arrived before five thinking that Gen would be crowded like it normally is but we were surprised that the place was not even half full. We still had to wait for almost 20 minutes since there was not enough servers. The queue behind us continued to grow but it was not until once the next shift showed up for work then the queue started to get seated. However once we got seated we quickly made our choices but still had to wait for our waiter as he was still servicing his other tables. The policy of ordering the meats is only four meat dishes ordered at each round and you cannot order more than one of the same dish. For the non meat dishes you can order at the same time as the meat without limits.Together we finished off 17 orders of meats and seafood. Most of the pork and beef orders came out in roughly 2 strips each, calamari was one rectangle, shrimp was only five each time and the bulgolgi came in a bowl. Overall the best dishes were the Cajun shrimp, Hawaiian steak, Kalbi and the all pork belly varieties. We were bummed that they ran out of tongue. Overall the meats were easy to cook and the controls for the gas grill easy to modify at the end of the table.The veggie plate was a joke with cuts of bell peppers, onions, zucchini and slices of corn on the cob. The japchae noodles were disappointing with the portion size and lack of meat. The tastiest non meat dish was the fried dukboki with a sweet and sour sauce. If you are still hungry after eating all this meat then you can buy macaroon ice cream sandwiches separately for your dessert (3.49 each I think).Service was efficient and each time the meat dishes were delivered the waiter took our next round of meat orders. The pace was slow initially but picked up once we got into the routine of cooking and eating.Definitely worth a return visit.
3 based on 21 reviews
Had a quick dinner at this no-frill family style Korean restaurant. Did not go through the menu thoroughly, just ordered tofu soup with beef. Chilled wheat tea was served promptly, as well as 6 courses of kimchi small plate. Love the dried seaweeds, kimchi was too sweet for my liking and not spicy enough, spicy bean sprout not too bad.Tofu soup is average. Tased rather bland with beef and medium spiciness is not spicy at all! Maybe I should have ordered more spicy and seafood in my soup. Overall a nice place to have quick warm meal. Big party should arrive earlier during peak hours to avoid waiting.
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