There’s nothing old-fashioned about Asia Grill & Sushi’s dining room, with its curved bar area bathed in neon light and its ceiling speckled with orbicular chandeliers. Flat-screen TVs dominate patches of wall, allowing diners to catch up on the latest news or watch local sports. Fittingly, the restaurant’s specialty rolls are also quite modern and sports-themed. One of many team-named options on the roster, the Patriots roll is filled with lobster, cucumber, and avocado before being covered with two types of tuna, tobiko, sweet sauce, and spicy mayo. Meals also emerge from steamy woks, including sirloin steak that’s glazed with a flaming black-pepper wine sauce. Other entrees include crispy tender peking duck and lobster cooked with black-bean or tamarind sauce.
Named a Top 100 Overall Excellence winner at the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants Awards Show, Shanghai Gardens' fiery woks beget a diverse array of traditional Asian cuisine. Szechuan, Shanghai, and Cantonese recipes suffuse sizzling meat and vegetarian dishes with powerful flavor as sushi artisans craft delicate maki and sashimi selections. The dining room accents its marigold walls with framed art and decorative checkered flooring as bartenders mix Polynesian-style cocktails atop the lounge's sleek curved bar, adding a tropical element to Asian cuisine, such as stir-frying on a steel drum.
Omoto Garden brings a bit of international flair to Abington with its spread of Japanese and Chinese fusion cuisine. In addition to sashimi, sushi rolls, and noodle dishes, chefs craft a number of house specials. They combine shrimp and scallops in a spicy brown sauce to create an entree dubbed the Imperial Couple, and they deep-fry slices of tender steak to create a crispy beef dish. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, Omoto surrounds these feasts with a karaoke chorus, as patrons belt out popular songs and sign autographs for their invisible fans.
China Inn Restaurant's menu is like a gustatory balloon ride over China, exploring different regions and culinary traditions to gain an understanding of the country's myriad subcultures. Cantonese-style dishes, such as saut?ed lobster with a garden-fresh medley of snow peas, bamboo shoots, and water chestnuts, demonstrate favoritism for veggies, whereas the Sichuan and Hunan entrees re-create those cultures? characteristic spices and chilies with incendiary sauces. Mu shi, a traditional Mandarin dish, presents diners with pork, shrimp, or beef and vegetables as well as four Chinese pancakes to scoop up and wrap each bite or envelop a love note to a date.
In contrast to the complexly assembled menu of pan-regional specialties, China Inn Restaurant's dining room embraces a more elegant simplicity. The airy space features a large, central skylight that allows ample sunshine to wash over tables and plates. Chinese pottery adds a distinctive and authentic touch to the decor, whereas leafy plants create a calming, natural ambiance and an ample supply of oxygen to last through the dinner rush.
Peony Chinese Restaurant prides itself not only on its authentic Chinese feasts of shredded pork, spicy eggplant, and chicken in savory sauce, but its commitment to health. Chefs whip up meals with fresh veggies and light oils, cooking at high heat to lock in flavor while preserving nutrients, vitamins, and superpowers, and they even cook MSG-free meals on request. Guests savor house specialties of shredded roast duck with scallions or fillet of sole with fried tofu, or they sink their teeth into lunches of twice-cooked pork and spicy kung pao chicken. Soothing, salmon-colored walls surround a 50-seat dining area bedecked with dark-hardwood booths and framed portraits of the gorgeous peony flower that gives the restaurant its name.
Shanghai Restaurant's menu reflects a mix of Chinese cuisine influences from Shanghai, Peking, Szechuan and Canton, as well as select Japanese-inspired choices. We have created a series of dishes that are healthy, balanced and delicious. All of our dishes are made to order.