+
Restaurants & Bars

Any recent reports on Yoshida in Cupertino and Rin (izakaya?) in Los Altos?

KK | Mar 30, 200605:43 PM     2

Looking at the latest issue of Japanese Bay Spo circulation. Maybe the ads are not necessarily good eats finds, but I am curious nonetheless.

Has anyone been to these two establishments recently?

Yoshida
10700 S. De Anza Blvd (@ Bollinger)

According to the pic in the ad, this place has what looks to be a sushi bar, curious how their sushi is like

Next one is:

Rin
244 State St
Los Altos, CA

According to whatever kanji I can figure out from the ad, this place pretty much screams izakaya, something about 20 kinds of shoju and a few seemingly interesting izakaya type dishes, including duck tongue, what possibly could be salmon ochazuke (I could be very wrong with that deduction), anago sushi or battera, some soup dish or character with sansei (mountain vegetable), a black pork dish stir fried with bean sprouts.

If nothing I might go check em out myself sometime.
:-)

Cheerz

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

The 7 Best Baking Ingredients to Buy from the Grocery Store, According to Pastry Chefs
Food News

The 7 Best Baking Ingredients to Buy from the Grocery Store, According to Pastry Chefs

by Alli Hoff Kosik | When it comes to the best baking ingredients, they're not necessarily expensive or hard to find—or...

13 Essential Apple Recipes for Fall
Recipe Round-Ups

13 Essential Apple Recipes for Fall

by Chowhound Editors | There are so many things to love about autumn rolling around again, especially apple season. Make...

The Ultimate 'Farewell Summer, Hello Fall' Food Guide
Recipe Round-Ups

The Ultimate 'Farewell Summer, Hello Fall' Food Guide

by Chowhound Editors | Early fall recipes can overlap a lot with late summer dishes; it's a transitional time period, and...

Ring in Fall with a Bowl of Creamy, Bacon-Studded Butter Beans
Food News

Ring in Fall with a Bowl of Creamy, Bacon-Studded Butter Beans

by Amy Schulman | Plucking a cookbook off the shelf is easy. But pulling one that’s guaranteed to bear a recipe that...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.