Quality Inn Silicon Valley
2390 Harris Way
San Jose, CA 95131
Phone: (408) 434-9330
Fax: (408) 434-9915
This is one of Silicon Valley's classic restaurants for business executives. Located in the luxurious Beverly Heritage Hotel, the place provides a romantic setting that you usually would not see in a hotel restaurant. White tablecloths and polished wood surfaces are the highlights of a splendid setting as is the impeccable service. Choose from outdoor patio seating or remain in the dining room to soak in the elegance. The chefs specialize in Mediterranean and American cuisine that uses the best homegrown vegetables, fresh seafood and prime cuts of meat.
Outback Steakhouse is a heaven for those who love meat and seafood dishes. The succulent steak, ribs, pork chops and chicken served here are sure to make you slip into a food coma. At Outback Steakhouse the service is always top notch and the ambiance is authentically Australian. The restaurant is quite spacious and can accommodate larger groups with ease which makes this place a perfect spot for family gatherings of parties with friends.
At Dave & Buster's you truly can get it all. With games of all kinds, you can play to your heart's content; virtual race car driving, basketball shootout, skeeball, and more are all crammed into the large midway section of this establishment. When you're done racking up the tickets and exchanging them for some nifty prizes you can grab a bite to eat. The restaurant menu boasts American classics, appetizers that will bust your gut and delicious desserts. If you still have room for more, be sure to check out the full bar with specialty cocktails.
Chipotle allows diners to explore their creative side by using a variety of fresh ingredients as the components for their choice of burritos, burrito bowls, crispy & soft tacos and salads. They offer a kid's menu and you will not want to miss trying the
Hobee's is a local institution that has since expanded to neighboring cities and towns as well. This San Jose outlet has been proudly serving breakfast and lunch to hungry patrons since 1994, and is one of the best choices for a hearty breakfast. The menu is quite versatile, with plenty of vegetarian options and a gluten free menu as well. Their dishes include a range of omelets and hash browns, along with pancakes, French toast, burgers, pastas and sandwiches, as well as chunky smoothies. Also, it will be a sin to visit Hobee's and not try their blueberry coffeecake.
With various home-made sauces and organic ingredients，the VN Grill brings its delicious Vietnamese food to customers. Pork sliders, lemongrass chicken bowls, tofu spring rolls and rice noodles with sauces you want are sure to please the discerning palate. For those people on diet and prefer a light meal, you also can choose all the veggies as you like. This place dose not accept reservations, but if you don't want to wait in line, you can always call in or use Order Ahead, a mobile app. It takes around 15 minutes for your order to be ready.
Nestled in the Milpitas Square, amidst various eateries, Sushi Facotry stands out with its exotic concoctions made of fresh catch from the sea. Those with a flair for an adventurous meal can try out their spicy preparations with unique names like Fire Hand Roll, Kamikaze Roll, Lion King Roll, Twins, Fiesta Roll and King Kong. Give the Tempura Ice Cream or the Mochi Ice Cream a try, to give your meal a Japanese finish. To try out an exquisite fare of Cantonese cuisine, visit ABC Seafood Restaurant, located within the same shopping center.
If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, then Hello Desserts is an absolute must visit. With an almost inexhaustible menu full of sweet treats, this place will pamper you to the fullest. Take a seat by their well-lit patio and relish in Tofu Pudding With Fresh Strawberry, Home Style Cheesecake, Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse, mango puffs, macaroons or salted caramel hot chocolate. They also have a number sundaes, sorbettos and gelatos that come with a range of toppings on offer. If all this binge eating is making you feel guilty, have a fresh fruit smoothie and Asian tea in the end.
A restaurant serving Malabar (Indian) cuisine in the bay area of California.
Originally established in 1954 in Phu Nhuan, Vietnam, this restaurant is well known for its Seven Courses of Beef Menu which features many authentic, traditional dishes of Vietnam. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner.
With Malay, Thai, Indian and Chinese influences, Banana Leaf serves up authentic Thai and Malaysian cuisine, which you can watch them prepare in the open kitchen. The aromas and sizzle surround you as you first step into this bustling restaurant and it will only serve to increase your appetite. The menu includes Asian classics like Roti Murtabak, Tofu Salad and Penang Poh Piah, which are spring rolls with vegetables and shrimp. Try the Mango Chicken, Cumin Lamb or Singaporean Black Pepper Eggplant for the main course. One can also hire their catering facilities for private events.
Black Angus Steakhouse boasts of 45 locations in the country and is well-known for its steaks, classic American food and Texas teas, margaritas and martinis. Its menu offers dishes like Wedge Salad, Loaded Potato Skins, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Fire-Grilled Fresh Artichoke and Teriyaki Steak Lettuce Wrap. Try the Slow-Roasted Prime Rib or Flame-Grilled Top Sirloin Steak from its steak selection. Your meal is complemented by cocktails like Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri, Montana Mai Tai and Square Cow Cooler, with Malibu Coconut Rum, cranberry and pineapple juice.