The Fairmont San Jose offers a variety of restaurants to its guests. Everything from sushi to a delicious steakhouse, the restaurant has it all. To name a few, the Fairmont San Jose has the Fountain restaurant, The Grill on the Alley, Mccormick&Schmick’s and Takai Sushi and Sake on site, as well as a bakery and cafe called Bijan Bakery. The Fountain restaurant is a traditional American breakfast and lunch spot, that serves a large buffet and a la carte menu. Reservations for the Fountain restaurant are recommended. Also, on site is the Grill on the Alley which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, which is known for its incredible steak and chops.
Guests dining at the Grill on the Alley can enjoy a hearty filet mignon, pork chop dinner, or eighteen ounce New York steak with loaded mac and cheese made with three cheeses, mushrooms, and double smoked bacon or a healthier option, like braised Brussel sprouts or grilled asparagus as a side. As for Seafood lovers, they should check out Mccormicks & Schmicks. Mccormicks & Schmick’s offers over 30 species of fish on its lunch and dinner menus which are caught daily from the Pacific Ocean and other regions of the world. Some notable dishes include the almond crusted rainbow trout served with butternut squash orzo, and the seared sea scallops, served with roasted corn hash and avocado cilantro lime puree. The menu also has chicken, steak, and salad entrees for those who are looking for something other than seafood. As for sushi, the Takai sushi and sake restaurant is the place. Open for dinner, Takai offers a variety of sashimi starters, as well as items like edamame, wakame salad and over ten different maki sushi rolls as a main course. Authentic Japanese sake, beer and craft cocktails can be enjoyed as well. Photo:
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