Michelle’s Pancake House, Cupertino, California

Michelle's Pancake House 19060 Stevens Creek Blvd Cupertino, CA 95014(408) 517-9886 It was Easter Sunday weekend.  Our party of six went to try out this Chinese dumpling restaurant which is in Cupertino.  When I heard the name Pancake House, I thought it is American pancake!  It is said to be very successful in Los Angeles as well.  We... Continue Reading →

Ahi Tuna Sandwich – Nordstrom Cafe

As I mentioned in my earlier posts, I am a regular at the Nordstrom Cafe. This week, there is a special that I really like. I think it is one of the best specials in this cafe. Here are the ingredients on the menu: Ahi tuna Roma tomatoes Wasabi aioli Ginger sesame slaw Brioche roll... Continue Reading →

Chinese Banquet Menu

  These nine dishes are currently on the menu of a Chinese Seafood Restaurant in San Francisco Bay Area.  I had previously posted them one by one with some descriptions,.  I am re-posting these pictures today, just to test out how the new tiled galleries help to enhance the presentation. As I mentioned in the... Continue Reading →

Scott’s Seafood Reataurant in Jack London Square – Great for Celebrating Special Occasion

It was my best friend's birthday.  We had dinners in many different restaurants before, including the famous restaurant in Berkeley.  We also celebrated our birthdays or special occasions in this restaurant a few times.  But nothing could be better than the experience that we had last weekend.  When I reserved the table via Open Table,... Continue Reading →

San Francisco Palace Hotel – Historic Tour and Lunch – my favorite program for out-of-town guests

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The Iconic San Francisco Palace Hotel

http://www.sfpalace.com/

The Palace Hotel located at 2, New Montgomery Street in downtown San Francisco, has been my favorite place to entertain friends and family who come to visit San Francisco.  The Garden Court with its stained glass dome, is spectacular.  The guests that I treated here were all very impressed, not only by the beauty of the hotel and the restaurant, but by the historic tour conducted by the volunteers of the San Francisco City Guides, a program of the San Francisco Library. http://www.sfcityguides.org/

I am posting a few pictures here to share with you.  Below is a link  to the historic photos of this hotel.  You may like to compare the then and now.

San Francisco Historic Photos | Palace Hotel, San Francisco.

The stunning view of the Garden Court Restaurant seen from the window of a room on the upper floor…

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