Pleasanton Restaurants Named Best in Tri-Valley-Valley

PLEASANTON, Calif. — Four Pleasanton restaurants top the list of the best places to eat in the Tri-Valley, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Curry Leaves Bistro specializes in Penang street food, The Chronicle reported.

The restaurant’s website says their mission statement aims to bring the flavors of Malaysia to Pleasanton, providing an “intimate, nostalgic and one-of-a-kind dining experience”. They serve authentic Malaysian cuisine and offer dine-in, take-out and delivery. The bistro also has a catering service.

Nyonya Cafe is also on the list and offers Malaysian cuisine. The Chronicle says don’t “be fooled by the understated appearance of this Malaysian cafe in the Pleasanton shopping center – the competition for its handmade desserts is fierce”.

According to their website, the cafe serves traditional food with a taste of Southeast Asian street food. You can dine in or order take-out.

Oyo offers South American cuisine. Founder and chef Maurice Dissels, originally from Guyana, sees the restaurant as a place that can embrace the diversity of the South American country, The Chronicle reported.

Dine in or take out at this restaurant, or stop by for one of their events. You can also visit Oyo Market.

The press listed their breakfast. The cafe is popular with high schoolers and families, The Chronicle reported, and their paninis, salads and toast are the most sought-after items. The cafe’s motto is “we are what we eat”.

Check out The Chronicle’s full list of top restaurants in the Tri-Valley here.

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