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Casual Business Lunch in Campbell? Highway 17 and Hamilton?

Akiki Apr 7, 2007 10:14 AM

I'm looking for lunch place suggestions -- low to moderately priced -- casual lunch with a colleague.

Area: Highway 17 and Hamilton in Campbell

Thanks in advance!

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    rdabke RE: Akiki Apr 9, 2007 09:16 AM

    Deezi Cafe (Persian)
    408-379-1126 for 880S, Exit Hamilton R, L on Winchester

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    1. re: rdabke
      Melanie Wong RE: rdabke Apr 9, 2007 01:48 PM

      Time to fess up if you've tried it.

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      Hoss RE: Akiki Apr 9, 2007 11:26 AM

      Twist Cafe or Sonoma Chicken Coop, downtown Campbell on Campbell Ave.

      1. Foodrat RE: Akiki Apr 9, 2007 11:30 AM

        Krung Thai is close by.

        642 S. Winchester Boulevard
        San Jose, CA 95128
        (408) 260-8224

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          Margo RE: Akiki Apr 9, 2007 12:18 PM

          I definitely recommendt Cafe Artemis in the Pruneyard. Great food.
          1875 S Bascom Ave
          Campbell, CA 95008

          Thai Pepper has some lunch specials and a coupon for 10% off.

          Michi Sushi
          2220 Winchester Blvd
          Campbell, CA 95008

          Mama Mia
          200 E Hamilton Ave
          Campbell, CA 95008

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          1. re: Margo
            Hoss RE: Margo Apr 10, 2007 11:00 AM

            I live in downtown Campbell, and besides my recs above, I agree with all of Margo's. Mama Mia's looks like an old Denny's, but has great food.

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              JCR RE: Margo Sep 13, 2007 11:23 AM

              I recently went to Cafe Artemis with my brother and we had a great lunch. The Lahmacun (lamb pizza) was delicious, if rich. The waitress said my brother was the first person she'd seen finish the whole thing. (She did not know I snuck a piece for a myself.)

              My Portakal Salad (orange salad with avocado and peaches) was also very tasty, and a good bit lighter than the pizza.

              The Kazandibi dessert should not be missed: it's a yummy custardy 'pillow' somewhere between creme brulee and a good flan.

              Our waitress, Amanda, was very friendly and helpful in navigating the options. She also informed us of that bread (which was very good) was housemade. Another nice touch.

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