Burbank Restaurants



  • In-N-Out

    by Is It Any Good

    This is one of the best, if not the best Hamburger chains in all of America. Bar none. What makes it so extraordinary is that the menu really hasn't changed in lo these many years. Its still the basics. Three kinds of burgers, fries, drinks, shakes...and that's it. No McTurkey Nuggets, or special barbecue hickory sauce. Nope, your choices are ketchup and...well, ketchup.

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  • French Crepe Co.

    by Is It Any Good

    You should be getting yourself some Crepes, but you can be excused for going after some of their other Breakfasty items, like Waffles. Just look up and down the menu, decide what kind of a mood you're in: meal style or desert style, pick from their list and go for it. I was in a meal mood, and liked the idea of beef, tomato and cheese, so I went for the Normandie style. You can think of it as a Lasagna inside a Crepe, but it's a little more delicate and tasty than that. Also, the Crepes come with a side salad, with a Mustard dressing that is just spectacular. Almost worth the price of admission by itself.

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  • Bistro Provence in Burbank

    Bistro Provence

    by Is It Any Good

    It's got some wonderful, pricey appointments. Comfortable seating. Lovely, jazz themed art on the wall. Yes, even though you're in the middle of the hustle and bustle of beautiful downtown Burbank, you feel time slow down a bit when you walk inside, and that's a very French thing.

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  • Kabuki Japanese Restaurant in Burbank

    Kabuki Japanese Restaurant

    by Is It Any Good

    As I've said, the Menu has improved a lot over the years. You can find some decently adventuresome items to choose form. I mean, I like me the Sauteed Asparagus and the Fried Tofu. Their Lobster Dynamites have been popular, but I canít roll that way.

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