The 10 Best Restaurants in All of Sacramento

There are a number of stand-out characteristics about Sacramento’s cuisine. For example, it is famous for its restaurants that serve menu items made using local ingredients, not least because of a promotional campaign that started up in 2012. Likewise, Sacramento’s restaurants have something of a reputation for their beverages, with coffee being of particular note. Based on this, it should be clear that there is much about Sacramento’s restaurants that might interest people looking for something good to eat.

Backbone Cafe

People who are dieting can found it difficult. Luckily, there are places such as Backbone Cafe, which can lend a helping hand to people who are on keto diets, paleo diets, and gluten-free diets. Of course, its menu is by no means lacking, as shown by items such as free-range chicken served with rice and roasted vegetables as well as zucchini noodles cooked with pesto creme.

Binchoyaki

Binchoyaki specializes in izakaya, which refers to small platefuls of bar food. Considering Sacramento’s reputation with beverages, it is perhaps unsurprising to learn that Binchoyaki has become rather popular. Of course, this is helped by its menu, which ranges from meat and vegetable skewers to black cod that has been soaked in a sake kasu marinade before being grilled.

Ella Dining Room & Bar

Sometimes called formal but not stuffy, Ella Dining Room & Bar offers an interesting combination of both American and French cuisine. On top of this, it is one of the Sacramento restaurants that are fond of local ingredients, thus making it a fine choice for people who love fresh ingredients turned into fine food.

Fox and Goose Public House

People make a lot of jokes about British food, but in truth, British cuisine isn’t without its virtues. In particular, interested individuals might want to check out British pub food, which can be found in abundance at the Fox and Goose Public House. Said examples include shepherd’s pie and corned beef hash, which go great with the right beverage in hand.

Frank Fat’s

Frank Fat’s has been serving excellent Chinese food for interested individuals since 1939. One excellent example of its offerings is its Peking duck, which has been deep-fried until its skin is golden-brown and its meat runs with mouth-watering juices. On top of this, it should be mentioned that the restaurant is the one Sacramento restaurant that has received a James Beard Award, which is handed out for culinary excellence.

Journey to the Dumpling

People who are interested in Chinese dumplings should head on over to Journey to the Dumpling, which was founded by a couple of foodie friends. Besides dumplings, the place serves up other foods of interest such as xiao long bao stuffed with crab and pork and pork belly suspended in a sour and spicy soup.

Magpie Cafe

Magpie Cafe specializes in Californian food. Its lunch menu includes a strong selection of salads and sandwiches, while its dinner menu boasts items such as braised pork served with prunes. On the whole, Magpie Cafe can seem a bit eclectic, but it nonetheless works out very well.

Mother

Mother serves up a fine selection of comfort food. However, what might be most interesting about it is that it offers plenty of vegetarian options as well, which should come as welcome news for those who want meat-free options that are nonetheless both hearty and satisfying.

Osaka-Ya

The love of sweets might be a human constant, but different cultures have come up with different ways to make sweets. For those who are curious about traditional Japanese sweets, Osaka-Ya has been making fresh manju and mochi since 1963, which says much about how well it has been satisfying the palates of Sacramento residents. One sweet of particular interest is its fluffy snow cones, which are great summer-time treats.

Squeeze Burger

Squeeze Burger is the product of a fierce Sacramento competition to produce the best-tasting burgers. Its specialty is the Squeeze with Cheese, which is a burger with a fried cheese “skirt” that has been known to induce a sense of awe in those who see it.


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