I drove through Park N Shop today on my way to Fry's and counted 18 "restaurants," defined as any place to get something to eat. I was going to create this elaborate restaurant map, but Yelp does it for me, although it's not up to date: http://tinyurl.com/2n5afv
My brother and his contracting crew ate most of their meals last week at Namiya, the sushi restaurant two doors down. The owner is an ex Benihana chef. They thought the food was great. I ate there Thursday with them and thought it was fine (they're from Southern California, so have lower restaurant standards).
I'll mention there's a Starbucks. I don't care for them, but some people can't live without them. There's a nearby furniture store going out of business and we originally planned to take that spot. This was before the property owner had delusions of grandeur due to Starbuck's agreeing to a stupidly expensive lease a few doors down. They wanted twice what we're paying for the new space.
Of the 18 eating establishments, these seem to stand out:
Shan Shan Low has very good reviews and a generous lunch special. The reviews of this Chinese restaurant are all glowing. They mention how out-of-place it is with the other hack eating establishments in the mall. One of my customers, Max G., gave it a great review on Yelp (I trust his judgment).
Taqueria Los Altos is supposed to be excellent, authentic Mexican food that's not too pricey. It's sandwiched between Subway and Round Table Pizza.
Mimi's Cafe is very good, according to Eileen and 13 reviews on Yelp. It's a chain restaurant, but a pretty good one.
If you've eaten at any of these places or know of a nearby place, please let me know. I'm planning to brown bag my lunch a lot more often.