The chefs at Kang?s Asian Bistro work to bring new things to diners, drawing upon ingredients such as masago, a type of roe, as well as tempura flakes and grass-hued dollops of wasabi. To further this effort, the eatery?s Nyotaimori Nights, featured on News 9, include rolls served atop a scantily clad model.
A full-wall scrim printed with a photorealistic cityscape scene casts curlicues of neon across noodle bowls that sit on tables gleaming with the same deep crimson as a cardinal discovering it is not the state bird. Behind a black lacquered bar, ranks of liquor and wine bottles glow in silhouette before backlighting. Waiters arrive at tables, arms stacked with chicken and beef in sauces forged from lemongrass, thai basil, and garlic. They also serve sushi rolls filled with morsels of shrimp, crab, and tuna.
Grand House China Bistro's Chinese chefs utilize the original Cantonese style of high-heat wok cooking to lock in flavor and entrance taste buds. The varied menu lets diners pay tribute to poultry military heroes thanks to the General Tso's chicken ($8.95) or cast out nets for the sizzling pacific lobster tail, its marine bounty stir-fried with pine nuts and ginger sauce ($25.95). Meanwhile, sushi platters such as the chirachi dinner huddle 12 pieces of sashimi together for a politically correct bedtime story atop a pillowy bed of rice ($16).
Staffers match their dish suggestions to each diner’s unique palate at China Wok, an eatery serving up Chinese cuisine in entrees, family-style dinners, and bottomless buffets. The kitchen crafts staple entrees such as sweet-and-sour pork, lemon chicken, and moo-shu shrimp, served with four savory pancakes. Family-style three-course meals of soup, appetizers, and one entree per person can be shared among groups or fed exclusively to the smartest child at the table. Alternatively, a range of steaming main courses, salad options, and ice creams fleshes out the bottomless lunch and dinner buffets, which fuse into an all-day super-buffet on Sundays.
This restaurant has been serving authentic Chinese favorites prepared with fresh, house made ingredients to the Oklahoma City area for over 25 years. Try one of the Chef’s Specialties such as the Dragon and Phoenix (lobster tail stir-fried with marinated chicken in a special sauce) or order one of the Chef’s Special Dinner sets. For a quick trip to the east, sushi and other Japanese favorites are also on the menu. The ambiance is great for a night out with that special someone or a dinner with a few close friends. For the low prices and high variety of well-prepared dishes, this Asian eatery is amongst the best in OKC.
Diners at Golden Phoenix Bistro are presented with an array of appetizing options. From noodles to rice, barbecue pork to slow-roasted duck, the menu encompasses the classic flavors of Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese cuisine. And though the dishes are plentiful, they are cooked with care; the kitchen makes its own rice paper, and slowly simmers pho to develop rich flavor. That same eye for detail extends to the decor as well?sleek furnishings accent the dining room, while televisions are set into the bathrooms' mirrors so guests can recreate the hairstyles of their favorite newscasters.