Spring Rain Korean BBQ excellent Restaurants, posted by Shelley, a resident of the Downtown neighborhood, on Apr 13, 2008 at 3:41 pm
I recommend those who are interested in trying Korean food to check out Spring Rain, in the shopping plaza on Main and Del Valle Pkwy near Giminelli's. This restaurant serves delicious food and has great service. Try out some light, crisp Korean lager too!
Posted by Drexl, a resident of the Ironwood neighborhood, on May 15, 2008 at 11:35 pm
What did you have? I just had Korean today by the Casa Orozco in Dublin; a bit dissapointed, it was the hot pot with beef that you add sauce and mix up with the egg and all; my buddy had the beef box; no sauce, beef was "dry" "old" reheated, almost boiled meat then reheated on pan. I had spare ribs at the korean at ulfert center; that was not bad; but man, for the price that they charge, I really expect better quality. I will give korean food one more try; might even go to your place, I see it all the time, but man, if they dissapoint, I don't think Korean is for me. I am getting a bit bummed that there are less and less great tasting restaurants in town; seems all we are getting is pasta; even C&D changed owners...oh well...enough from me... so far, only places i seem to like around non italian are little home, oasis (the place that replaced burts, not sure on the name, jury still out; went twice, not bad, but I like oasis better); tabla for indian (this is a surprise for me; with all the indian population growing in pleasanton; and oracle in town; expected a great place like Shalimar style in Fremon/Sf)... well gotta go...