El Sobrante (Spanish for "surplus" or "remaining land"; Spanish: [el so.ˈβran.te]) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Contra Costa County, California, United States. The population was 12,669 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in El Sobrante
4 based on 28 reviews
The very first time I went they were having a problem in the kitchen the chef had not come in due to an emergence,they have another location they were able to get what we wanted to order & have it delivered to us although they were going to close for the day!
4 based on 64 reviews
Yeah, I ate too much at lunch. Their portions are pretty big and I probably ate too much bread... but the bread was really good.
It's a good place. Sure, I've had lots of better Italian meals but I paid more.
I'll be doing some work in San Pablo so I suspect I'll go back a few more times.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
My drink is usually spot on and when it isn't, they are happy to remake or replace it. No drive-up window but within walking distance. The downside is that they close too early(7PM).
4 based on 37 reviews
We went for a birthday dinner. My husband had Linguine Tutto Mare and I went for Grigliata Di Mare. We both love seafood and were delighted with the dishes. The portions were large, the seasons perfect, the presentation appealing. We had an attentive, helpful waiter who brought just the right wine to accompany the meal.
4 based on 26 reviews
Just a good place to eat. Waitress was nice, friendly and on top of things. The restaurant had a relaxed atmosphere with two TVs going. My breakfast was very tasty and the price was reasonable. I would happily recommend this place to anyone.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
We were in the mood for a "real" breakfast and came here. It's a classic diner--nothing fancy--with good basic food. Our server was great. My eggs-over-medium arrived almost raw--a lot of the white was still raw--and she was great about replacing them promptly.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
People like this place on yelp. I have had the chicken green curry and the vegetarian i like but they have some Laotian food not just Thai.
I really did not like the pork meat ball soup, but the Kao Poon, chicken and vermicelli noodles coconut and mint leaves and basil great , love it.
i like the waitresses
4.5 based on 29 reviews
The service here is some of the friendliest and most attentive service I have ever experienced. The food is okay, nothing special. The decor is interesting; lots of Chinese decor but a few things left over from whatever it used to be - pastoral European scenery. Lots of parking and the restaurant is towards the back of this shopping center.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
I am happy that I have found a supplement to my normal pho location! So there are two decent spots in the Richmond area. Apparently they have recently renovated and expanded the restaurant. It looks like they have been in the whole location for quite some time... so not sure what exactly has changed. I will take other yelpers word on that one.
Customer service is a bit lacking. The kids running the front shop don't quite have the proper etiquette down that.. the customer standing in front of you holds priority over the phones ringing etc. Phones should be picked up and placed on hold. Or designate tasks and just have one person answering phones, one filling bags for orders, and one taking customers in the line.
Since phone is priority for them, I recommend calling ahead and submitting your order. So it is ready or close to ready by the time you get there.
The price is definitely right and portions are decent! I am looking forward to exploring their menu more and expanding my review on specific dishes!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Visited for dinner in a group.
Blue Bay was recommended to us and convenient at the time. We drove in at close to 9 PM on a Friday night--the place was fairly packed but one table was just leaving. The restaurant itself is also pretty tiny--seats maybe 9-10 groups at max.
As the name implies it is a primarily Thai restaurant, but the menu has some favorites from other SE countries and even some random Japanese fusion. Menu is quite long and comprehensive
Overall, found the food was a little oily and underspiced. We ordered the Viet rice paper rolls, chicken wings, a pomelo salad, Panang curry, a pineapple fried rice, and a phad thai. The fried rice and phad thai were both a tad bland, whilst the starters were a little better. More notably, the curry took longer to serve and did not include any white rice.
Beyond that, the service was very friendly and efficient. Pricing is also reasonable and portions are generous. A pretty good choice for convenient Southeast Asian if you live in the area.
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