At Eureka!, the chefs in the kitchen follow the popular farm-to-table, handmade ingredient trend, but don't tell the chefs that because it seems as if they have followed it for years. They serve delectable appetizers while the taco and burger bars come equipped with a variety of choices. As an accompaniment, the Panko Dipped Onion Rings, Pacific Coleslaw and Handcut Kennebec Fries are clever, innovative twists on timeless classics. Needless to say, each one should be ordered for the table. Additionally, a full panoply of drinks and cocktails are available, from local craft beers to vibrant cocktails, there is something for every taste.
When most hear about Northern Indian cuisine, the taste of the Tandoor oven comes to mind. And when the name of a restaurant mentions Bombay, you know the clay oven reigns supreme. From quail to lobster and everything in-between, Ontario diners consider these Tandoori specialties to be some of the best in town. However, vegetarians should not worry since most of the items on the menu still respect the Hindu doctrine of Ahimsa, or non-violence to animals for those who don't eat meat. In fact, the menu has a special section for followers of Jainism which follows strict vegetarian principles. Overall, one of the best places to find authentic Northern specialties that will please everyone in your party.
Located in the secluded suburb of Chino Hills, this pub offers American comfort food and stellar drinks in a convivial atmosphere. Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, Chino Hills Pub is more than just a place that serves food, it's a restaurant where the whole family can gather. Craft beers and superb cocktails are behind the bar while the kitchen serves burgers, sandwiches, salads, signature dishes as well as a kid's menu. Sunday brunch is from 9a to 1p and it features bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys.
At Slater's, the kitchen grinds 50% bacon and 50% beef into a burger that could be considered one of the best burgers in Southern California. Their signature 50/50 Burger presents the aforementioned farm-raised patty topped with pepper jack cheese, a sunny-side up egg, avocado and a chipotle mayo in between a brioche bun. The menu recommends different beers to accompany its burgers or, if you want to choose your own, the bar has more than 100 different types. Some of the other amazing burger combos include the Sriracha Burger made with honey Sriracha bacon or the Pizza Burger made with an Italian sausage mix. Slater's also serves salads, chicken sandwiches, wings and other comfort food; don't forget to order a side of "Frickles", these Panko encrusted pickles served with a side of honey mustard are nothing short of spectacular.
42nd Street specializes in bagels and cream cheese, available in a vide variety of flavors. It also offers sandwiches and salads, with split bagels used in place of bread. Soups and coffees are sold alongside the bagels, and the store's breakfast menu is available all day. As its title implies, 42nd Street embraces a Broadway theme, with checkerboard floors and posters from famous musicals on the walls. Tables are available for sit-down diners, but 42nd Street also offers its food to go. A husband and wife pair purchased the restaurant in 2008, emphasizing their local connections and a family-owned atmosphere.
The menu at Panda Inn is a little more elaborate than fast food, with options like tea-smoked duck, upside-down crispy noodles and the Mandarin hot pot, there is no shortage of good selections. Aside from the house specialties, the kitchen still prepares traditional favorites like steamed dumplings, cashew chicken and the requisite sweet and sour pork.
In the last year of WWII, this mom-and-pop restaurant began as a stand that sold French Dip sandwiches and orange juice. As the story goes, one of Grandma's boys was inadvertently eating spaghetti in front of one the customers. The spaghetti wasn't on the menu, however the Cuccia family did not want to refuse a guest so they decided to serve this 'first' customer a bowl and voila! Grandma subsequently transformed her recipes into what became Vince's Spaghetti today. There are three locations, and to honor their founders, the restaurants still serve the French Dip, but most come for the delicious spaghetti and mostaccioli.
It may sound cocky to claim (as Farmer Boys Restaurant does) "World's Greatest Hamburgers," but their burgers' awards speak for themselves. In fact, thanks to popularity, since its inception in 1981 the chain has grown to almost 60 Southern Californian restaurants. Guests can expect typical American diner fare: hamburgers, sandwiches, breakfasts, salads, and more.
Beola’s Southern Cuisine is home to southern style, comfort food. Nestled in the neighborhood of Racimo, Beola’s Southern Cuisine also offers catering services. From shrimps, buffalo wings, cheese fries to chicken waffles, you have a plethora of options to choose from. Their home-style cooking sets them apart from other fine-dining restaurants. Yet there is quality, taste and the comfort of a home cooked meal. With all the warm and comforting food, make sure to save some space for some wholesome pie or peach cobbler from their dessert menu.
San Biagio's Pizza features all your classic New York Style pizzas as well as a large variety of sandwiches, pastas and specials. Pasta and sandwich options include Baked Zitti and Lasagne as well as the Stromboli Sandwich with sausage, peppers, pepperoni, cheese, mushrooms, onions and tomato sauce or a Chicken Parmesan Sub. 30 different meal specials allow you to get more bang for your buck, with combos like a slice of pizza, salad or cheese manicotti, salad and garlic bread all for under $10.
Marie Callender's serves a wide variety of classic American food, including St. Louis Bourbon BBQ Ribs, Creamy Potato Cheese Soup and cornbread. However, Marie Callender's is especially known for their pies that are moderately priced and delicious. The restaurant is very large and the staff is friendly and effective.