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Ánh Hồng

0.2 mi$$AsianBerkeley
1 Review

"This is my daughter’s favorite, so I had to include it! The shrimp and squid are marinated with onions and a lemongrass mixture, and brought to the table raw so you can grill them to your preferred texture. The nicely charred sweet seafood gets wrapped in rice paper with an array of herbs so that each parcel can be completely different from the last. "

Kimberly Bugler
Chef Kimberly Bugler
Scala's Bistro

Anh Hong 7 Course Beef

0.2 mi$$AsianSan Jose
1 Review

"You can order à la carte but it’s known for a full seven courses of beef, brought out consecutively. First a raw beef dish to dip in oil broth, then beef wrapped in grape leaves, meatballs grilled with Vietnamese herbs, and more! Plus rice paper to dip in water for rolls. It’s kinda interactive because you’re making the dish as you eat it. Go with a big group and share everything."

Tim Luym
Chef Tim Luym
Attic Restaurant

Comal

0.2 mi$$$MexicanDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"The food matches the feel of the restaurant: creative Mexican interpretations. It's where grown-ups go to eat refined Mexican cuisine and drink delicious cocktails (try the Abuela Sucio) made with the best tequilas and housemade agave syrups, and watch tortillas being pressed right in front of you! Don’t miss anything that comes from the rotisserie, especially the chicken and turkey. The moles and chips and salsa are to die for, too."

Tanya Holland
Chef Tanya Holland
Brown Sugar Kitchen

Ippuku

0.3 mi$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"When I'm on a yakitori kick, Ippuku has got what I need. It has to be the simplicity of it all that is so appealing. The tastiest parts of the chicken are skewered and grilled over Binchō-tan charcoal and seasoned with good salt. This style of Japanese cooking deeply satisfies me. I recommend the chicken heart, liver, cartilage, and skin. I'm also a big fan of this izakaya's selection of shochu and sake, as well as their soba lunch."

Ippuku

0.3 mi$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"It's like the blue cheese of tofu. It's all umami with the texture of creamy peanut butter. It's hard not to order two."

Ippuku

0.3 mi$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"These are actually two different dishes, but I like to put the uni on the fried chicken. I don't know why I like it so much—it's probably a hot and cold thing—but it is just delicious. To be frank, I pretty much like anything on their menu."

Sean Baker
Chef Sean Baker
Consulting Chef

Ippuku

0.3 mi$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"All the yakitori is super delicious, but here, I always save room for dessert. The tower of soft serve doused with sweet soy is a perfect balance of sweet and salty. "

Ippuku

0.3 mi$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"Tskune is the measuring point for any yakitori Joint, and this place in Berkeley does the best one I've had in the US. The consistency is silky and delicate, the grilling on Binchotan gives the perfect char, and it’s served with a Jidori egg yolk and tare. Dip it into the egg yolk and you feel like you’re in Tokyo."

Ippuku

0.3 mi$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeley
1 Review

"Although most would balk at the idea of eating raw chicken, I know they source it from worthy producers, which gives me confidence that it’s a must-have every time I go. The yakitori is also fantastic. The authenticity here takes me back to Japan. Love this place!"

Dave Cruz
Chef Dave Cruz
Little GEM
Ippuku in Berkeley
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26. Ippuku

$$$Japanese, Wine BarDowntown Berkeleyopen
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