The chefs at Far East Cuisine amalgamate the culinary traditions of Thailand, China, and Vietnam to concoct a menu rife with piquant chicken, beef, and seafood dishes. Diners can sample thai curry dishes alongside helpings of lo mein and steaming bowls of pho, taking a tour of Asian cuisine without digging a 7,926.41-mile hole. The eatery's signature Deep Ocean platter combines stir-fried veggies with chunks of lobster, shrimp, and scallops, all slathered in creamy white sauce.
Flames from a glowing hibachi grill flicker beneath China Inn's expert chefs, who incorporate fresh ingredients into their selection of Chinese and Japanese noodle dishes. They drizzle signature teriyaki sauce across yakisoba noodles and tailor the spice level of hot braised wings to each diner’s desires.
An international franchise of batter-dipped delights, Captain D's stocks its menu with seven seas' worth of shrimp, oysters, and tilapia alongside hushpuppies and land-lubbing veggies. Appetizers of mozzarella sticks and jalapeño poppers form a rich, cheesy foundation for oceanic bliss, helping soften the disappointing discovery that sea cows can't actually be milked. Select from a slew of dinner platters, each buoyed by a choice of two savory sides from a dozen options that include fried okra and mac 'n' cheese. Zesty tilapia flops onto plates from a pool of scampi, ginger teriyaki, or sweet chili sauce, and baked shrimp slip their native deep-fried shells to please health-conscious palates. Captain D's works without rest to serve dinner and lunch seven days a week, unlike the tides, which always seem to sleep in on the weekends.
The chefs at Red Snapper Seafood & More are fearless when it comes to trying new things: oysters, crabs, gator tails, catfish. They create dishes with them all, but there are also a few unexpected items in their repertoire—namely several traditional Vietnamese dishes, several of which are lower in calories. They cook stir-fry and fill bowls to the brim with pho, in which thin slices of medium-rare beef marinate in a rich broth. Popular dishes include vermicelli noodles and the salad bowl. Bubble tea makes the perfect complement to all the different meals.
At The Asian Rox, guests dine on homey, hearty meals of Vietnamese and Thai cuisine, from banh mi loaded with shredded pork and veggies, to spicy curries laced with creamy coconut milk. Diners feast on claypot stews loaded with carrots, cilantro, and beef, or chow down on starters such as deep-fried egg rolls in fish sauce or barbecue spare ribs.
Hasu Sushi & Grill's chefs flip juicy steak and tender scallops on hibachi grills and fashion fresh seafood into specialty sushi rolls. Other specialties include udon noodle bowls and bento boxes with teriyaki-glazed meats and five sides. Wash your meal down with Ramune, a Japanese soda served with a decorative marble in the bottleneck.