Our first time back since Mr. Lee sold it. Disgusting. It tasted and looked like it was warmed up in a microwave. Didn’t finish eating. Paid and grabbed dinner at Panda Express.
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Bad impression from the start. Waiter carried the water glasses by holding hand over the top of the glass. I had the hot sour soup which was served just warm. My pork dish tasted like old left over warmed pork. The house special of refried...More
While primarily Chinese, Asiana also has good Korean food. The quality of the food is high and the servers are attentive and efficient. It is a great place for lunch or for a light meal.
Third time we've been there and each time food quality has declined. Our most recent visit was worst; while server did nice job, the soup not only wasn't hot, it wasn't even warm. The entrees were supposed to have chicken, we found two small, thin...More
Their menu is varied. Some of the standard items are flavored differently than what I've come to expect. I was surprised that they put mushrooms in several dishes...not bad, it's their spin on recipes.
I can only assume that the excellent reviews were written by those who have never eaten really good Chinese or Thai food. I ordered the Hawaiian Chicken, which was supposed to have a sweet-and-sour sauce. It tasted more like soy, and beyond that, the whole...More
The restaurant is small and in a strip mall easy to miss but you should not miss this gem. The food is excellent, quick service and very well priced.
I have been coming here for years and years and never once have I been disappointed in their food. Excellent service, food, and community minded. (Free Christmas dinner to the homeless)
I would say that all their food is good but their fried rice is by far the best thing on their menu. I highly suggest getting almonds in it to give it a crunch but even without them I'm never disappointed.