HELP - need takeout lunch places in Fremont
Mexican? Chinese? Italian? Japanese? Indian? BBQ?
I'm close to Mowry, downtown Fremont where the Target is. Where's some good places around here for good takeout?
Have heard of and tried Chaat Cafe. Any other recommendations? Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the Jatbar recommendation. Based on this I tried the Fish and Chips place. A little greasy, but not too much so. The chips, as the reviewer mentioned below were delicious. The tarter sauce and ketchup provided nice dipping sauces. I tried their coleslaw as well, which tasted freshly made, and provided a nice contrast to the other parts of the lunch. 8/10! Recommended.
my favorites are in Newark-just over Hwy 880 across from Newpark Mall:
Lee's tofu House, Cedar Blvd Newark. spicy pork, tofu bowl. Korean food.
Huong Lan Sandwiches-most are very good. $1.75-$2. Cheap and good!
Udupi-5988 Newpark Mall Road (NOT in the mall on the outskirts close to Cedar Blvd). Masala dosa, mango lassi.
39203 Cedar Blvd Newark, CA 94560 (510) 494-9727
masala dosa, mango lassi
39261 Cedar Blvd
Mariam Restaurant 41043 Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA 94538 Phone:(510)623-9484 in the Kragen shopping center, Irvington District. Persian food. Koobideh, Fesenjoon
once a chowhound said:
Best mango shaved ice is Tea Station in Newark-same center as Lion's, Cedar Blvd.
another chowhound said this:
I just found out there's a new Hong Kong style dessert store call "DessertsZone" opened yesterday at the Lion Center in Newark, and they are serving very similar items as Hui Lau Shan. I tried their mango drink and it's so good even better than Hui Lau Shan
IN THE NEARBY VICINITY
Banh Thai, 39060 Fremont Blvd., Fremont (510) 739-1138
- Very delicious Thai cuisine!
- Recommend: Angel wings (appetizer), Soups, Curry
Dishes, and Pad Thai Noodle
FUN, QUICK SNACK PLACE
Q Cup (at Fremont Hub by Office Max) 510-793-0197
Try out one of their combo specials such as their
Q-Pop Chicken with Fries and a Drink for about $6.00 or so. They give you a good portion of the fried popcorn chicken & fries; it tastes awesome when they fry it along with a bit of basil (if you like basil, make sure that they fry the basil with your order; sometimes they exclude it).
Other items on their menu:
- Crepes (savory or sweet)
- Icy Drinks or Smoothies
- Pearl Milk Tea Drinks or Boba Drinks
- Snack items (Fried Tofu; Curly Fries, Fried Fish Balls, Fried calamari, etc.)
IN NEWARK BY/AT LION MARKET PLAZA
As Arlene had mentioned, there are great chow places in Newark which is about only 2 miles away from where you are. Here are some places to consider.
Bombay Garden, 5995 Mowry Ave., Newark
- Awesome Indian cuisine
- Lunch Buffet (about $9.95)
they boast about offering 30 to 40 items
- Fresh nan is served
- Recommend the lamb curry, veggie korma, and the chicken maharaja (butter chicken)
- You have to try mango-flavored ice cream...yummy!
Lees Tofu House,6050 Mowry Ave., Newark
- They offer lunch specials (about under $10)
- Most of the dishes are excellent (kalbi, bbq pork)
- Love their seafood soup
New China Station, 39055 Cedar Blvd., #186, Newark
- Reasonably priced hot take-out lunches
- Serves rice plates with your typical Chinese Deli items (BBQ Pork, Roast Duck, Roast or soy sauce Chicken, etc.); porridge, noodle soups, fried noodles/rice, etc.
Café My Tho Restaurant, 39127 Cedar Blvd., Newark (510) 794-5932
- Very extensive menu with such items as rice dishes, noodles, pho, bun rieu, etc.
- Offers Vietnamese coffee, desserts, drinks
Hope this helps out.
re: Epicurious In Fremont
the drink is a selection from a wide menu! you can get pearls... or an icee! (i got lemon) THe chicken as mentioned with basil is delicious... A tasty marinade with crisp light coating. Very satisfying as a meal... (still have half of it and am full)
Good stuff! THanks for the recommendation.
re: Epicurious In Fremont
I feel a bit guilty about this but the Q-Cup in the Fremont Hub is horrible. Though the older couple that own the place seem nice enough, their product is really not up to par.
The few times my BF and I've tried bubble tea there, the pearls were either too hard or too soft and slimy. The tea was once so metallic tasting, I had to throw it away after a few sips. Seemed like they used old pearls and old tea, they probably don't get enough business to brew daily. Their products always taste old and stale.
Much better quality pearl tea and snacks can be found in the Lion complex on Cedar Blvd/Mowry in Newark - choose from Tapioca Express, Tea Station, and Fantasia.
Flavorful, moist tandoori chicken wrapped in a piping hot Naan. (Chicken Wrap) Served with a cucumber salad... $4.99. Nice, quick lunch. Surprisingly they were not that crowded at around 1pm.