Comfort Suites San Jose Airport
1510 N. First St.
San Jose, CA 95112
Phone: (408) 392-9009
Fax: (408) 392-9020
1510 N. First St., San Jose, CA, US, 95112
- Phone: (408) 392-9009
- Fax: (408) 392-9020
If you are the type who gets bored while waiting for your meal to be prepared, this is the perfect place to dine. Each table has a grill on it, and the chefs prepare the dishes directly in front of you. It is always great to watch them fling the food into your dishes with the accuracy of a diamond cutter. Great meat dishes are found here. Add plenty of sake to complement the food and great service for a great evening out. Highly recommended for its Teppan-yaki specialties, this is a classic, casual Japanese steakhouse popular with locals.
Madhuban Indian Cuisine provides a feast for the senses with recipes sourced from India. The specialties include the Tandoori Saslik, Rack of Lamb, Karari Bhindi and Goan Macral Fish Curry. A variety of poultry, meat and seafood along with a respectable amount of vegetarian dishes constitute the menu, thereby pleasing everyone. The Madhuban Thali is filling, tasty and has a fair representation of everything on the menu at a fixed price. The restaurant has an air of easygoing camaraderie that appeals to most diners. The service is also professional.
If you crave excellent teriyaki delights, then Minato Japanese Restaurant is the place for you. It specializes in teriyaki and the spare ribs are locally famous. Also try the Teriyaki Mackerel or the Salmon. The decor is traditionally Japanese and the gracious and efficient waitresses are an added bonus. Lunch plates go for less than $10, and there are a variety of steamer baskets and donburi bowls. A pleasant and playful atmosphere predominates.
The sushi and sashimi at Tsugaru Japanese Restaurant are excellent, and the staff is very friendly as well as efficient. You can order directly at the sushi bar or relax amidst lush plants and elegant bamboo room dividers. All the broiled fish dinners are quite tasty and are reasonably priced. You can also choose from many donburi dishes. The atmosphere is casual, though it can be somewhat loud, especially weekend evenings.
For 30 years, this restaurant has catered to the residents of Santa Clara as well as travelers to the Bay Area. The ambiance at this family-owned place is casual, offering the best of Italian hospitality. Several seafood dishes are available, like prawns and crab in Pesto or steamed East Coast clams served over Linguine. The extensive menu also includes chicken dishes, pasta, pizzas and many salads. The wine list is equally extensive containing several Italian reds, imported whites and California varietals. It is a fun, relaxed place with arched windows and hanging ceiling lamps.
Downtown's only authentic British-style pub serves up pub grub and a variety of draft beers. Located in a restored former brothel, the place has gone through some serious re-vamps over the years. The decor has changed from lurid to proper Brit with memorabilia from the British Isles covering the walls. The pub has no television and counts on the witty banter of customers to supply the entertainment. It works. This small, friendly neighborhood joint attracts locals from all walks of life. It is perfect for winding down.
Friendly bartenders and excellent German food await you at Teske's Germania, a corner restaurant and beer garden. Every style of German beer you can imagine is available here, and the European pub-style decor makes you feel like you've been transported across the Atlantic. The menu promises German dishes like schweinshaxe and bratwurst; noteworthy among this list is the assorted sausages platter. For a well-rounded meal, go for a German beer that complements the savories you ordered and for the grand finish, try the apfel strudel; you'll not regret it! The nearby law offices usually empty out into here after a hard day's work. The live music events hosted here over the weekends are quite nice as well. Drop in for a wonderful German experience.
For almost 40 years, Henry's World Famous Hi-Life steakhouse has been a San Jose legend. It occupies an old corner building behind the new San Jose Arena, and you can choose from a variety of huge steak dishes. The ribs are dynamite and so is the service. It is a fun place for the family, couples, or tourists interested in finding out what has been keeping this place packed for so many years. It is mere minutes away from the downtown area.
This Mediterranean grill serves European cuisine with contemporary tweaking. It offers patio, indoor and private dining, all of which are comfortable and impressive. 71 Saint Peter is a good place to relax with your friends with a drink in hand. Its menu includes dishes such as Grilled Asparagus, Crab Melt, Parmesan Crusted Tilapia and Fresh Mozzarella Caprese. At lunch, corporate types descend here, usually packing it to the rafters. Most professionals in this area have made this their regular lunch spot from years.
Since its inception in 2002, Sonoma Chicken Coop is fast climbing the popularity charts. It has several locations, this San Pedro square outlet being one of them. Known for its family-friendly atmosphere, the restaurant puts you to ease in an instant; the casualness catches up with you soon. Here, you can order for typical American staple dishes like Chicken Wings, salads, pizzas, Bbq Ribs and so forth. That's not it, if you are impressed with the extensive menu, you can hire their catering services too. For details, check website.
The walls are covered with 50s signs, posters, photographs and other memorabilia and the floor's red and white linoleum is topped with chrome-backed chairs and diner-style tables. The atmosphere at Peggy Sue's is friendly and family-orientated. Try hamburgers with cutesy names like T-Bird and Porky Pig, as well as BLTs and other classics. A kid's menu offers corn dogs, grilled cheese and chicken nuggets. For your sweet tooth, try milkshakes, malts, root beer floats, cherry pie and banana splits. Located by the San Jose Arena, it offers a free ice cream cone if you bring your concert or Sharks game ticket.
True happiness lies in simple things, as can be experienced at Antonella's Ristorante. This no-nonsense restaurant is unpretentious and welcoming to all, serving a large menu of Italian dishes to quell the appetite. The Fried Calamari and Flat Iron Steak are wonderfully cooked and have strong flavors that are remembered for long afterwards. The Gnocchi Pesto, however, takes the cake with its melt in the mouth texture and tantalizing flavor. There is no bar, though one can bring in a bottle of alcohol for additional corkage fees. The patio outside is beautiful and breezy, facilitating a pleasant experience.