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suggestions for lunch and dinner near Redwood City

Joel S. Nov 4, 2004 01:05 AM

My husband will be working in Redwood City on a Friday and Saturday, and would appreciate suggestions for business dining with his boss for below $15.00 a person.


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    Jeni Bean (Formerly Richie Richmond) Nov 4, 2004 06:03 PM

    A native of Redwood city I frequented a lot of the local places. Since you didn't specify how "nice" you wanted the place to be beside for your price point here are my recommendations.

    Bangkok Bay (Thai) (825 El Camino Real Tel: (650) 365-5369)
    New Kapadokia (Turkish) (report attached)
    Kabul (Afgani) (Belmont)
    Suraj (Indian)
    D'asaro (who knows)1041 Middlefield Road, not the best, not the worst, might be pricier than what you want.

    I am sure others will have other suggestions/disagree with me, but those are some that came to mind.

    I would say my top 2 would be my first choices.

    Link: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

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    1. re: Jeni Bean (Formerly Richie Richmond)
      peasNcheese Nov 4, 2004 07:36 PM

      What about Mistral?

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      Pancho Nov 5, 2004 06:16 PM

      La Pachanga (Michoacan style Mexican) on Middlefield Road just before it leave RWC for Atherton.

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        pengrin Oct 20, 2006 06:59 PM

        I had the chance to go to Suraj for their $10 lunch buffet. I thought it was pretty good. http://www.surajrestaurant.com
        Although, the guy that collects the money at the counter is left to your imagination for his not so kind personality.

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          sandrachang Oct 20, 2006 10:13 PM

          There is also Lobster Shack on Veteren's Blvd.
          Estampas Peruanas (Peruvian) on El Camino past Broadway
          Lucia's (Italian) on Woodside Road, close to Massachusetts
          Max's on El Camino (Sequoia Station Center)

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