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Asian-fusion restaurant headed to Menlo Park

 

Banana Leaf, an Asian-fusion restaurant in Milpitas, has snagged the former Menlo Hub location in Menlo Park for a second location.

Banana Leaf's website describes its "heritage" as a "delightful" mix of Malaysian, Thai, Indian and Chinese. A large menu ranges from roti prata and tuna sashimi to curry dishes, banana leaf-wrapped seabass, 10 kinds of noodle dishes and Singaporean black pepper crab (a cool $38.50).

● See Elena Kadvany's Peninsula Foodist blog post on Banana Leaf.

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Posted by Gail
a resident of Menlo Park: Felton Gables
on Jun 16, 2015 at 12:47 pm

I have eaten at Banana Leaf's Milpitas location. The food was good and the service friendly. The reason I did not go back was the high noise level. Blaring music and poor acoustics made it hopeless to enjoy a conversation and to relax. I hope the Menlo hub restaurant tones down the noise--considerably--while keeping the good food.


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