What To Eat While You're In Berkeley
For years, I keep going back to this place for their chicken and waffles. A small restaurant, but with its fast service, it'll make your wait go by quickly. If you're looking for a hearty breakfast on a Saturday morning, this is the place to be.
An American breakfast and brunch restaurant with a touch of Korean influence. They have an array of menu items including their zesty chicken and waffles. Other popular items include french toast and bulgogi scramble.
If you're looking for a quick bite that will leave you satisfied, try the signature sandwiches at this Brazilian fast-food shack. Try the morena hot plate or tri-tip sandwich, and elevate it with their homemade cilantro lime sauce.
Angeline's restaurant brings the flavors of New Orleans to California. Their array of specialties include jambalaya, gumbo, shrimp creole, hush puppies, and beignets. To get the southern experience, try the jambalaya, hush puppies, and buttermilk fried chicken.
A family-style Chinese restaurant that focuses on Szechuan cuisine will introduce you to different flavors with its bold taste and spiciness. I recommend the toothpick lamb and dry beef pot topped with chili oil to give it an extra kick.
Taiyaki a fish-shaped pastry filled with soft-serve ice cream has gained popularity in the Bay Area. With many choices of flavors, I'm torn between black sesame bean and matcha green tea.