This three-story resto offers menu selections from up and down the Indian subcontinent—not just northern India. Head to the buffet and try their dosa crepes and rasam soup, both from southern India. Read more.
The owners of this gourmet-pizza restaurant,are likely the first deaf people to open a restaurant in the Bay Area. Try the Neapolitan-style pizza, baked in a hand-built wood-fired oven from Naples. Read more.
Listen closely. You may overhear patrons talking about preferred shares, term sheets, or user retention rates at this tech hotspot. Read more.
This restaurant seats only 30, so regulars know to show up before the 11:30 a.m. opening. Ask for the mild broth which some consider more than mild. Read more.
Try the lamb burger or the daily specials. Most lunch dishes range from $7 to $17. Tip: For you techies with laptops, the restaurant is quiet and the servers don't mind if you linger. Read more.
Signature dishes include the $4.50 fish tacos and the $7.95 torta ahogada, a grilled chicken sandwich with lettuce and avocado smothered in red chili sauce. Read more.
This driveway can accommodate up to three rotating food trucks, serving a wide range of fare including Asian-inspired tacos. If the Bacon Bacon truck is around try their $8 pork-belly sandwich. Read more.
This restaurant's specialty is its pastas. The kitchen uses an old family recipe for its dough with the owner's mother occasionally visiting from Rome to teach new hires how to make it. Read more.
This Menlo Park go-to spot serves seasonal Californian fare, such as butternut squash ravioli in sage brown butter. Head out to the balcony and enjoy the view. Read more.
This Hayes Valley institution is known for its fries which are crisped by blanching them in oil before frying. Read more.
Enjoy your lunch at Enrico's covered patio at this eatery. The establishment's name pays a nod to the neighborhood's Beat heritage. Read more.