11 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Alameda

11 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Alameda

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When it comes to eating in Alameda, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    Eggs benedict, bloody mary, oj and coffee. Top that with great service. Made my day -- Dave Stebbins via Foursquare
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    Love all the food here~. The Dragon's Neat is a personal favorite, along with the Garlic Noodles, yum!! All the rolls are fresh and delicious and they even deliver! Favorite restaurant on the island! -- Selinda A via Foursquare
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    Portions here are generous and delicious! Get the pho ga but be sure to bring someone with you. It's served with the minced ginger! -- Kelly Wong via Foursquare
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    Malibu salad with big slices of sashimi. Kamakura is always crowded, and rightfully so. Come early if you don't want to wait. -- Island Bruin via Foursquare
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    Love the tofu spring rolls! The pho is ALWAYS delicious! Mango shake was FAB!!!!!!!! Fast, friendly and affordable! -- Courtney Cerefice via Foursquare
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    Monday night is the Best night to be at Havana. With a full house of people getting there 1/2 price Mojitos pitchers on. Come see for yourself! -- Manuel Roxas via Foursquare
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    Very high quality food over at Trabocco. They make their own pasta on site. For the carnivores out there, check their 1 inch thick cut bone-in pork chop. Sit at counter in front wood-fire oven. -- Bryan Tam via Foursquare
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    Mango mojitos and mimosas are great. Tea leaf salad is yummy. And spicy shrimp with rice is so good, u dont need anything else with it. -- Vyoma via Foursquare
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    Negro modelo on tap. Large selection on tequila. Large portions. Service can be so so -- Nihaar Gupta via Foursquare
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    If you're going to get the nacho fries, split them with someone. u wont be able to finish them solo -- Kenneth Alvarado via Foursquare
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    They used to give good sized portions and free salads but I guess they stopped doing that now. Used to be a loyal customer, but now moving on. Tiny shrimo used for tempura and tiny slices of sashimi. -- Sarita Gabato via Foursquare
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