Mountain View Has More than Just Fine Dining!
Mountain View, California is an old residential town located South of the Palo Alto Mountains, and often referred to as Silicon Valley. Despite the fact that it’s an old town, there is nothing old about Mountain View. It’s the center of global digitization and home to telecom giants like Google, and known for its mix of tech companies and museums. It’s also rich in mixed culture cafes and diverse downtown housing options. Downtown Mountain View is lively and anyone visiting the Bay Area should definitely make a stop at some of these landmarks. Whether you’re here for the Silicon Valley tech boom, or have lived here for decades, here are some fun things to do in Mountain View this Spring and Summer. Continue reading
The History of Valentines Day
Beautiful feelings start to fill hearts with love as Valentines Day is quickly approaching. With Valentine’s Day just two weeks, have you decided how you’ll make the person you care most about feel extra special? Learning a bit of history behind the holiday of love may be just what you need for a dose of inspiration! Continue reading
South American Cuisine and Complementary Wines
Each region of the world has its own unique cuisine that is often formed by historical culture and geographical location. And for every dish, there is also a preferred selection of wine that adequately complements the dish. Continue reading
When it comes to great tasting cuisine, South America offers some of the best. When it comes to fine dining in Mountain View, there is simply no better place to experience the flavors of South America than at The Voya Restaurant. Our South American cuisine is prepared using a unique combination of fresh ingredients and spices, and served with South American staple sides like pico de gallo, cilantro rice, fresh seasonal vegetables and bell or poblano peppers. Continue reading
Enchiladas – Choice of Guajillo Red Sauce or Green tomatillo salsa enchiladas served with cilantro rice and house salad. Choice of Vegetarian or Chicken.
Way before the Europeans came upon South America; the native people already knew how to cultivate different varieties of plants. In fact, they had already developed a unique irrigation system and terraced the very steep Andean Mountains to make them adaptable for growing food. Some of the crops they grew included chili peppers, sweet potatoes, and beans, while they raised guinea pigs and llamas. Continue reading