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  • Attic, San Mateo

    Attic Restaurant Review, San Mateo

    Posted by Foodnut.com

    Reviewer: Foodnut.com


    236 South B Street

    San Mateo, CA 94401


    Attic Website

    Book Reservation

    Attic San Mateo Exterior Decor

    Why did we dine here? – Attic is a Asian fusion restaurant in downtown San Mateo with an emphasize on Philipino cuisine. Tim Luym (Poleng Lounge) is their consulting chef. He previously ran restaurants in San Francisco. This restaurant has been here for about two years, so we figured it was worth a try.

    Insider Tip – Party like atmosphere, especially late at night.

    Cuisine – Asian fusion
    Location – Downtown San Mateo
    Opened – 2010

    Service – Attic had OK service, as the place was fairly empty. Service may become an issue when the restaurant is packed.
    Verdict – Attic serves up pan Asian cuisine in a casual environment. Check it out if you like Asian food and a fun atmosphere. Strait Restaurant is the closest Asian fusion restaurant but does not serve Philipino items.

    Signature Dishes – Adobo Wing Lollipops, Beef Salpicao, Shichimi Brussel Sprouts.

    Attic’s Menu includes a wide variety of small starter dishes as well a wide ranging selection of large plates. Limited options for vegetarians.

    Website Attic Menu


    Attic San Mateo Sweet Potato Fries

    Sweet Potato Fries with Banana Ketchup – sweet potato fries. house made spicy banana ketchup. ($5) Thin, crispy, just right.

    Attic San Mateo Brussel chips

    Shichimi Brussel Sprouts Рsaut̩ed sprouts & brussel chips Рbonito. Japanese red pepper Р($7) the added bonito flakes really went well with the thinly fried brussel chips.

    Attic San Mateo Adobo Chicken Wings

    Adobo Wing Lollipops – fried chicken wings. adobo glaze. (half order $9) were very good, with crispy skin, tender meat and a nice sauce.

    Attic San Mateo Beef Salpicao

    Beef Salpicao – fillet Mignon. brown butter. garlic. crispy onions. Meyer lemon olive oil. ($14) was a solid meat course with tasty and plentiful beef and lots of onions.

    Attic San Mateo Korean Beef Lettuce Wraps

    Korean BBQ Lettuce Wraps – grilled beef short ribs. kimchee. spinach. sesame bean sprouts. ($13) could have used more meat, but should satisfy most people.

    Coconut Rice ($3) possessed mild coconut hints.

    Calamansi Mint Refresher – muddled mint. calamansi syrup. squeeze of lime. soda. ($5)

    OK: (Order if you like this dish)
    Long Life Garlic Noodles – fresh egg noodles. garlic. house special sauce. ($10) were sticky and a bit sweet.

    Pans: (We would not reorder these dishes)
    Thai Mojito – muddled lemongrass and mint. rum. lemon juice. simple syrup. soda water. ($10) was filled with ice and lacked flavor.

    Attic on Urbanspoon

    Attic Overall Rating: (Good 2)

    Come Back?

    Food Rating: (Good)
    Service Rating: (Good)
    Atmosphere Rating: (Average)
    Value Rating: (Good)

    Guide: 0 = poor, 1 = Below/Average, 2 = Good, 2.5 = Very Good, 3 = Excellent , 4 = Extraordinary

    Alcohol:Full Bar
    Posted on July 30th, 2012
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