Yelp's Top 10 Restaurants in Diamond Bar: Do You Agree?

Looking for a place to eat this weekend? Here's how Diamond Bar's restaurants were ranked on Yelp.

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Patch file photo.
When you're looking for a place to eat on Friday or Saturday after a long week of fending for yourself in the kitchen, sometimes it helps to see what other diners have to say.

Here's the top 10 restaurants in Diamond Bar in descending order, according to Yelp and its highest star rating. 

Are the Yelp critiques spot on? What's your favorite place to eat at in Diamond Bar and what's the 'can't miss' dish? Tell us more in the comments!

(And if you'd like to share pics of your meals and do your own reviews on Patch, we'd love to read them!)

10. Diamond Palace Cuisine of India
9. Barro’s Pizza
8. Kyala Japanese Restaurant
7. Spicy Kimchi
6. Sushi Koyo
5. Pho Super Bowl
4. Paper Pot Shabu
3. India Coffee & Snacks
2. Julie’s Cafe
1. International Deli

—Jaimie Cura contributed to this post.
Vito Spago April 01, 2014 at 01:24 PM
All restaurants in this area are poor. The demographics of the area do not support fine dining. You need to go at least to Pasadena for that.
Dave Zaccagnino April 02, 2014 at 12:11 PM
That list is WAY off. First-off, Sushi Koyo is by far the best restaurant in Diamond Bar (it rivals the best Japanese/sushi restaurants in L.A.), and Peacock Garden (Indian food) should be in the Top 10 as well.
Greg Miller April 02, 2014 at 04:52 PM
"Yelp's Top 10 Restaurants in Diamond Bar: Do You Agree?" Noooo, I do not. The only one I recognize is Barro's Pizza. Lol, if those are our top 10 restaurants in our city, then we are stuck at the bottom of the "bowel barrel." I would take half of those off the list and replace them with our McDonald's, Carl's Jr, KFC, AM/PM, Weinerschnitzel, Chili's, and any vending food machine in town. It's still not saying much, but the list would be alot better.
Shailesh Pandit April 02, 2014 at 05:36 PM
I agree with India Coffee & Snacks being in this list. Small restaurant but good food and nice owners. I eat there often.
BiteMeFanBoy1 April 22, 2014 at 03:06 AM
It is unfortunate that you have to drive to the next COUNTY to find a place that will serve the English speaking minorities from this area. Chino and La Habra are the CLOSEST places to find something that you recognize as edible, Fullerton and Anaheim offer many excellent choices as well. (Damn I miss "The Turkey House")


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