About this Business
From Our Editors
Located in Chinatown Square, Tasty City draws inspiration from Hong Kong cafés and street vendors to dish up a blend of Asian and Western cuisines. The eatery’s Chinese name translates to “a thousand tastes,” a title chefs aim to achieve with an extensive menu that harnesses fresh ingredients and a taste-bud personality test. A kitchen window allows diners to observe chefs as they whip up Japanese-style ramen noodles, smoothies made with 13 different fresh fruits, and dozens of baked, fried, and rolled rice entrees. In the dining room, a fleet of TVs neighbor large murals depicting trees and flowers, recessed blue lighting glows next to lights tucked into wavy orange ceiling pieces, and WiFi floats through the air.