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Anything in particular you would recommend at these two? We are trying them for the first time and while I'm not a picky eater, I'm having a hard time with the menu. Nothing really seems to jump out at me as a "Oh, I have to try that" item.
I will be honest, I'm not the sort of person who's a fan of a particular dish at restaurants. However, with both I do have a couple of recommendations... at Spice Road Table, the brie fondue and rice stuffed grape leaves were both excellent. I didn't have an entrée there, as nothing grabbed me. Do not miss the chocolate pyramid - amazing!
At the Californian Grill, get some sushi. It's superb. We've had the Californian combination roll and the lobster roll (watch out for the fireball sauce - it is spicy! ) and, as for anything else on there, well the menu changes regularly, so it's hard to say, but generally everything I've had there I've loved.
I have a few, and as i read through the posts, I keep saying “oh yeah, that one too!”
Trattoria al Forno - we’ve had several outstanding meals here.
Sci Fi Dine in Theater - for the fun atmosphere, and good food
La Hacienda de San angel
Beaches and Cream for the fun atmosphere and delicious ice cream sundaes
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