The 10 Most Exciting New Restaurants

June 20th, 2016 Posted by Press 0 thoughts on “The 10 Most Exciting New Restaurants”

By Anh-Minh Le, Anna Medina, and Laura Ness
Modern Luxury Silicon Valley

The Oxford
While primarily influenced by London street food, the menu at the Oxford also draws on Middle Eastern, Asian, Indian and North African fare. In the few months it’s been open, the falafel sliders with mint tahini yogurt ($10) and burger with housemade pickles ($15) have been especially popular. Of course, you can also get a platter of beer-battered fish and chips ($14).
Power Move: Most of the syrups, sodas and elixirs are prepared in-house. The bartenders pride themselves on creating concoctions based on a guest’s preferred flavor profiles; be sure to let them know yours. 195 S. Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale, 408.245.8503

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  • It’s F”rye”day the 13th!! Come cool down with one of our delicious libations, guaranteed to scare away the blues and kick off the weekend. #friyay #craftcocktails #theoxford
  • Following the success of the Four Hands dinner on 08.29 we present “Yakitori Risising”, chef @aamodsingh will collaborate with Chef Andrea Berti once again, grilling up some succulent delights. 30% of the dinner price will once again go toward supporting @stjude Thank you everyone for supporting this great cause!
  • Help us give back to St. Jude Children's Hospital by joining us on August 29 for an amazing dinner!
  • Introducing the Four Hands dinner series with our very own chef @aamodsingh and Chef Andre Berti (kukunoci.com). 30% of the proceeds of the dinner  will go towards the @stjude an organization that is dear to the Oxford. We look forward to welcoming you to an evening of gastronomic delights. #theoxfordca #gastropub