Looking for your basic ethnic restaurant? Try Lime Tree. Not spicy, but you can have them make it hotter. Noodle & shrimp dishe's are great.
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I loved gwtting to try southeast asian food. The service was great and fast. My husband ordered the salmon special which was very good. I had a dish with tofu, mushrooms and basil that I loved, but my daughter stole all my tofu. My other...More
We had many different dishes which all were very tasty. Ming the owner came over and talked with us. This was our first time there. Ming introduced us to some great dishes. Myself the ginger rice, rendang, martabak, chicken satay to name a few was...More
I've been here a few times over the years. Yesterday I went for lunch with a friend visiting from out of town, and I brought along my year-old kid. We arrived at about 1:30 p.m. The restaurant is a few blocks away from the crowded...More
There were three of us and we split curry noodles, shrimp noodles and laksa. Each dish was tasty and, other than the laksa, were close to authentic representations of their Singapore/Malaysian equivalents. The laksa was more like curry noodle soup instead of authentic Singapore or...More
This small, cozy, Indonesian restaurant is very convenient to UCSF hospital, medical center, and medical school. It's located in a basement, so the windows are up toward the top of the walls, but it's still bright and sunny. The food is simple, tasty, satisfying. I...More
Friendly service and good food flavor. Curry had just the right flavor and overall taste very good. Not a fancy place. It's a kind of basement, very casual. Good portions and the prices are reasonable.
This is a Mom & Pop type restaurant, we tried the roti (flat bread) appetizer, it was very good. But we thought the curry dipping sauce was a little bit to watery and while it is curry flavored it did not add to the bread....More