7 Antioch Restaurants You’ve Got To Try

7 Antioch Restaurants You’ve Got To Try

If you live in or around Antioch, add these restaurants to your “must try” list. Each one is different, and each is also great at what they do: 

Zam Zam Mediterranean Food, Lone Tree Way

Seasoned chicken, lamb sandwiches, shawarma, falafel – you’ll love Zam Zam’s short, simple, but delicious menu of traditional Mediterranean food.

Great for lunch or dinner, great for leftovers, and the people are so friendly you’ll want to bring the entire family!

Nature’s Bounty Café, G St.

The beauty of Nature’s Bounty Café is that the entire premise is simple: fresh sandwiches, salads and soups made with fresh ingredients. That’s it!

Nothing fancy, no gimmicks, just great food that is miles removed from the processed chain restaurant fare you’re used to. 

Go Vegan, Delta Fair Blvd.

You don’t have to be a vegan to enjoy the creative, tasty food at Go Vegan. Excellent noodles, Thai food and a mix of veggie Asian fusion, fantastic curry, and DEEP FRIED BANANAS

Jerry’s Hot Dogs No 1, Delta Fair Blvd.

The name says it all. This is where you go to get the best hot dogs with all the trimmings.

They do more than just hot dogs, too. The chili fries are fantastic and you get HUGE portions, plus they have gyros, Baklava, and other goodies. But the hot dogs are the star of the show.

DaNang Tourane Vietnamese Restaurant, Hillcrest Ave. 

If you love Asian cuisine, you’ll want to make a point of stopping here. We love the mango BBQ pork spring rolls, but the truth is that there is nothing on the menu that is not excellent. 

Stella’s Soul Kitchen, Contra Loma Blvd. 

Southern-style soul food is hard to find in California, so Stella’s Soul Kitchen is a real treat made even better by the fact that it’s GREAT soul food. Mac and cheese, cornbread, fried chicken, sweet tea, greens: this food is authentic and delicious. 

Las 3 Marias Restaurant, W Tregallas Rd

One of the area’s best kept secrets when it comes to Mexican cuisine, Las 3 Marias makes tasty, approachable food that won’t scare you off with fiery spices.

We like the chicken chimichangas, but you may go for the tacos al pastor or steak fajitas with homemade salsa. No matter what you choose, it’s hard to go wrong – and since they don’t tend to be too spicy, this place is very kid-friendly.

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