The Fruitvale restaurant captures the underrated expansiveness of Cambodian cuisine.
The West Berkeley pop-up stuffs Asian and Latin flavors into French bread.
The Oakland Chinatown restaurant serves traditional double-boiled soups and steamed dishes.
At the North Berkeley restaurant, the fish is flown in from Japan and served with little adornment.
The Berkeley hotel restaurant gets a second life — and the food tastes better than ever.
The casual offshoot of Comal is low-key, reasonably priced, and simpler than you might expect.
The Oakland restaurant's selection of vegan eats is notably strong.
The Temescal shop serves some of the most compelling, balanced bowls in the East Bay — and yes, you'll probably have to wait in line.
At the Oakland restaurant, a former Borinquen Soul chef channels his parents' cooking with fresh energy.
The restaurant draws big crowds for its upscale, Hong Kong-style dim sum.
At the new Jewish deli, modern meets traditional and Montreal meets Berkeley.
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