Third & Olive Restaurant is a sophisticated restaurant with French and Mediterranean cuisine. This is a perfect place to take a date or just to treat yourself. Try the salmon with truffle shrimp potato puree and lobster sauce. Each dish is beautifully presented and the server should know the perfect wine to complement your meal. However you will be paying for the elegance, so make sure you're prepared for the bill.
Corner Bakery Cafe chain started as a local bakery known for its bread, and the next logical step was to create sandwiches. The restaurants offers a fast and moderately priced meals. Although the cafe is known for its sandwiches there are a lot of options, including salads, soups, pastas and of course delicious desserts.
Market City Caffe has a warm atmosphere and is a great place to get a Italian meal. You have a lot of options, including pizza, pasta, meat, seafood and salads. The restaurant is conveniently close to the AMC movie theater and the Burbank Town Center. There is a patio where you can enjoy the wonderful Southern California weather as you watch people walk by.
201 North San Fernando Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502
For fresh and delicious Japanese food head to Kabuki Japanese Restaurant. The restaurant serves sushi and fish, but if you don't like seafood there is also noodles, meat and vegetables. There is also a wide selection of sake, wine, beer and cocktails. The restaurant has a sleek interior, try to get a seat by one of the large windows so you can watch the busy San Fernando.
310 North San Fernando Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502
With hand-made curries and fresh seasonal produce, Chadaka Thai proudly asserts that it is not 'just another Thai place'. The menu varies throughout the year to reflect the best ingredients available, from local seafood to market vegetables. Start off with the Green Pear Salad or spring rolls, then move on to the crying tiger rib eye steak or Panang curry. End the meal with one of the savory deserts or sample the expansive drink menu. With an interior filled with dark wood and modern decor, Chadaka Thai is a comfortable place for large and small parties alike.
Meat lovers will reach Nirvana with this all-you-can-eat dining experience. For a fixed price (both lunch and dinner), colorful waiters dressed as Gauchos will carve a dozen different meats at your table until you have reached your limit. Start with the salad bar (which includes rice, beans and fried bananas), but be sure to save room for the best part. Polish and Argentine Sausage, Glazed Chicken Wings, Garlic Beef, Filet Mignon, Pork Ribs and Picanha (Brazilian-style marinated sirloin) are only a sampling of what the servers will bring. If you have room for dessert, the creamy, tangy Lime and Passion Fruit Mousse is a perfect light end to a serious meal.
Alfredo's is a popular neighborhood favorite, that serves up appetizing basics along with tasty margaritas in a Mexican fiesta atmosphere. The interiors are dominated by pastel colors and Mexican crafts, which appeal to both the family crowd as well as those venturing in for some of the great Happy Hour specials offered here nightly. Favorites include the enchiladas, chimichangas and burritos, along with a children's menu that is sure to please the smallest members of any group. The staff is friendly and adds to the festivities. A full bar offers premium drinks to complement the appetizing food.
142 North San Fernando Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502
This great neighborhood spot offers a relaxed environment and delicious food. No wonder the owners have opened three more locations in neighborhoods all around town. The well-prepared specialties, such as Chicken Tikka and Tandoori Chicken are always a treat. The prices are easy to deal with and the staff is friendly and will make you want to return again and again. Beer and wine are served, as are several traditional Indian desserts.
This simple and casual spot serves up some of the best Chinese in town. The ingredients are all fresh and natural and no MSG is ever used. All the traditional standbys can be found here; try the great Mu Shu and Chopsuey dishes, or the Woo Won Ton soup. Ask your waiter for suggestions if you'd like to try something out of the ordinary; the sauteed string beans are crisp and delicious. Those with special dietary concerns can request no salt or sugar or that their food be steamed. The many vegetable entrees, including Eggplant Szechuan Style and Ma Poo Bean Curd, make this an easy choice for vegetarians. Service is friendly, and wine and beer are available.
145 South San Fernando Boulevard Burbank, CA 91502
Started over a decade ago in Northern California, this chain now spans five states and continues to spread like wildfire. The beers are all brewed on the premises in the German lager style and they're all cold and refreshing. The food's good too, designed to complement the brew. Usually chock-full with younger patrons, this large hall also accommodates families. Whether you take your fraternity brothers or your kids, this is a fun place for a moderately priced evening.
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