Pacific Dining in Milpitas
Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese Restaurants - with reviews.
All phone numbers are in the 408 area code. If viewing on cellphone, dial right from the phone link.
Chinese - Taiwanese
ABC Seafood Restaurant
Anyone who likes Chinese food will be rewarded by a feast at
the ABC. Prices may seem a little elevated, but what you get
is worth the expense.
768 Barber Lane, Unit 206
Darda Seafood Restaurant
Chinese Islamic style cooking.
296 Barber Lane
You can choose from a variety of delicious dishes at an affordable price. (Tip: Lundy location often has far lower prices!) Order any of special party trays for your next special events or dine in at our new Milpitas location.
442 W. Calaveras Blvd
Liou's House is not well known outside of the Chinese community.
Trust us, it is worth making the trip to Jacklin Road (Just east of 680), but get there early or make reservations: the lines outside get long.
1245 Jacklin Road
Lu Lai Garden
One of the few Chinese restaurants to focus on meat-free dim
sum, making it popular among vegetarians. Metro Review.
210 Barber Court
Dim sum and banquet meals are always good here.
428 Barber Lane
Medium sized, northern style chinese food. lots of sizzling platters,
decent quality, massive servings and more then fair pricing.
Left of Hot Pot City.
496 Barber Ln.
Chinese fast food chain. Offers catering.
70 N Milpitas Blvd.
The Porridge - Mei Garden
The freshness, taste, and digestibility of this food makes it seem like home-cooking, even if nobody in your home ever cooks bitter melon or seaweed.
1706 N Milpitas Blvd.
Yelp reviews. Seems to be well-liked. Good food and low prices.
218 Barber Court
South Legend Sichuan Restaurant
Yelp. After walking in circles at the Great Mall and working up an appetite, Lily directed us to South Legend Sichuan Restaurant in Milpitas. She made sure we were all okay with spicy food before she decided on a place.
1720 N. Milpitas Blvd.
You used to have to go to SF for this kind of Taiwanese cooking.
Fresh food, low prices. The restaurant sells Hakka-style food.
568 N Abel St.
Has good Chinese food, as you might expect, but also has some surprising menu items such as Russian borscht and flan. You are about there when you are getting the kids some McDonald's on Landess: it's just across the street.
1785-1787 Landess Ave.
Filipino - Hawaiian
Filipino-Hawaiian grill offers a perfect setting for pure overindulgence.
100 Dixon Road
A welcome way to come to an understanding of Filipino food such
as kara kara, crispy pata, and lumpia.
1790 Milmont Dr.
My favorite spot for a sandwich and a cup of coffee. Has wi-fi. Open evenings for a student study hall with snacks.
1535 Landess Ave
Authentic Filipino cuisine. Best known for its great fried chicken. Situated just off 680 and Landess.
1535 Landess Ave., Ste 139 (east side of mall, outside.)
Japanese California fast food restaurant
23 North Milpitas Blvd.
Japanese franchise specializing in fresh steak, seafood and vegetables
cooked by clientele at individual high-tech speed grills.
408 Barber Lane
Yelp reviews. Facebook Page
119 N. Mipitas Blvd.
Sen Dai Sushi
Yelp. Seems to have the highest ratings of all the Sushi restaurants in Milpitas.
224 N Abel Street
Bamboo Korean BBQ House
Menu. This is a hidden gem when it comes to Korean restaurants.
260 S Abel St
Hot Pot City
This Asian cuisine is where you cook your own food at the table in a fire induced hot pot that has s simmering broth with a circle grill for barbecuing.
500 Barber Lane
Jang Su Jang
They know how to consistently make great food. The place is a too noisy, but the decor is the best for a Korean restaurant. That's why I take clients there when they want Korean food.
269 W Calaveras Blvd
Kang Nam Tofu House
This place is one of the better Korean places I've been to. Their korean food is so good and fresh. I love all their side dishes.
1747 N Milpitas Blvd
So Gong Dong Tofu House
Been craving Korean food lately, so decided to give this place a try. The food here is very good and so is the service.
231 W Calaveras Blvd
Banana Leaf Restaurant
Authentic Malaysian and Thai food at reasonable prices, custom seasoning (Ask from mild to hot). Try the fried banana and ice cream for dessert. Get there by 11:30 AM for lunch as it will be packed by noon.
182 Ranch Dr.
An ambitious menu of 81 items, plus 27 house specials.
181 W. Calaveras Blvd.
Inspired by Singapore, Malaysia, Thai, Japan, China and other Southeast Asian specialties, our food is delicious and flavorful.
179 Ranch Dr.
Honey Thai Restaurant
The restaurant is quite small, but intimate which I like. It's clean. The staff is friendly.
57 N Milpitas Blvd.
Anh Hong Saigon
The entire restaurant seemed to be packed with Vietnamese families when we walked in on a Sunday night. It was noisy and felt very homey right up until closing.
233 W Calaveras Blvd
Com Tam Thanh
Their com tam is always cooked perfectly and the meat sides are freshly made.
82 S Abel Street
Yelp. Don't go here thinking you're gonna be in a 5 star restaurant. It's your typical Asian mom and pop place.
72 S. Park Victoria Dr.
Truong Thanh Vietnamese Restaurant
Vietnamese home-style cooking. We're even open till 2 am on the weekends (Friday & Saturday) to fulfill your appetites after a night out on the town.
680 Barber Lane
Tung Kee Noodle House
Fast food. Inexpensive and plentiful.
481 E Calaveras Blvd
1792 N. Milpitas Blvd.
Vung Tau II Restaurant
I'm a teacher and a parent of one of my Vietnamese students tipped me off on this one. Very glad she did, because this is one of my new favorites..
1750 N Milpitas Blvd