Restaurant guide

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San Diego Restaurant Guide

Posted on | May 11, 2012 | Comments Off on San Diego Restaurant Guide

When traveling, it’s hard to enjoy the scenery on an empty stomach. While it seems easy to just grab something and go, take the time to sit and relax at one of San Diego’s fabulous restaurants. San Diego has more than fifty cultural foods to choose from. A variety of restaurants means you’ll find exactly what you are looking for.

The following is a list of some restaurants you can choose from.

The Poseidon Restaurant

One thing San Diego is known for is its seafood. A good place to enjoy this type of food is the Poseidon Restaurant. With a great view of the beach, you can savor sahi that has been seared with sesame or clam chowder. Oven-roasted halibut with garlic mashed potatoes, red pepper coulis and sauteed spinach, and grilled Maine lobster with Asian vegetables are just a few of the dishes available at the Poseidon Restaurant. The fish tacos available during lunch are great too.

Cafe Socrates

For a Mediterranean experience, head to Cafe Socrates, where the food is both healthy and tasty. All dishes are served with sauce, bread, rice and salad. Some of the available meals include shrimp kabob, beef kabob, marinated chicken, and a mixture of beef kabob and chicken. The vegetarian falafel comes stuffed with tahini sauce, tomato, lettuce and a fried garbanzo bean patty.

Croce’s Restaurant

You can enjoy a variety of dishes at the Croce’s Restaurant while listening to soothing jazz music. If you like Mediterranean they offer Mediterranean hummus with cucumbers, garlic flat bread, roasted red peppers and Greek olives. Like spicy? Consider spicy firecracker shrimp or Szechwan yellow fin tuna sashimi. Other dishes include grilled free-range chicken, New Zealand sea bass, filet mignon, halibut, rack of lamb, salmon, swordfish and roasted duck.

Old Town Mexican Cafe

For more than 25 years, the Old Town Mexican Cafe offers excellent Mexican dishes. It has won the coveted San Diego Union Tribune award as the best Mexican restaurant several times. Some of the meals you can enjoy here are the enchilada rancheras, carne asada, carnitas and chicken breast with tomatillo sauce.

Cafe Japengo

This restaurant is well-known for both its great cuisine and atmosphere. While there are more than fourteen different types of dishes available, it’s a perfect place to interact with other people and form new friendships. Dress accordingly!

There are several other great restaurants in San Diego, including Todai, Cheesecake Factory, Dave and Busters, as well as Donovan’s Steak and Chop House. No matter how selective your tastes are, you are sure to find a place that suits your appetite.

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