Nearly 20 categories of Asian cuisine divide a menu that includes shareable entrees and healthy options
Super Wok’s menu features a variety of Chinese cuisine including Cantonese, Szechuan, and Mandarin selections.
The snack is a traditional appetizer in Japanese restaurants, where diners use their fingers to pop the beans from the pods directly into their mouths.
Local favorite offers a modern interpretation of classic dishes
Simmer beef and veggies in Chinese-style hot pots, choose from 17 chef’s specialty sushi rolls, and enjoy spicy Szechuan-style entrees.
$12 for $20 worth of Chinese food dinner for two.
Classic Chinese dishes such as steamed pork dumplings and kung pao chicken.
$18 for $30 worth of Chinese food, Japanese food, and hibachi .
Extensive menu of Chinese favorites, including General Gau Chicken and Teriyaki.
Traditional Chinese food ranging from lobster chow mein to pork fried rice to sweet and sour chicken to sesame tofu .
Talented chefs prepare your food right before your eyes on an exciting Hibachi grill
Authentic Thai dishes such as butternut squash curry, pad thai, and tamarind duck
Local seafood—often purchased right off the boat—including lobster, clams, haddock, shrimp, oysters, and scallops; sandwiches; and chowders
Local restaurant featuring local craft beer and sweet potato fries to complement steamed crab, pulled pork, ribs, and grilled fish entrées
Eco-friendly restaurant adorned with the hull of a 36-foot rescue boat serves seafood and sushi made with locally caught fish
Japanese sashimi and sushi rolls mingle with Chinese entrees in a restaurant that hosts karaoke three nights a week.
Organic, pan-Asian cuisine ranging from sushi to hong kong shrimp to chicken pad thai
Menu blends Chinese and Japanese specialties, from black-pepper beef to sushi.
Japanese fine dining is served in a warm and friendly environment that boasts an authentic sushi bar
Enjoy fresh sushi, sashimi and more
Dunk the highest quality meat, fresh seafood, and freshly harvested vegetables in boiling pots of broth to make your own Japanese meal
Chef featured on “TV Diner” whips up New England–inspired Thai dishes such as red snapper in garlic-ginger sauce and marinated Thai steak
Restaurant opened in 1935 serves fresh seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and local brews among fireplaces and exposed wood beams
Prime rib and crab-stuffed lobster headline a menu of steaks and seafood at this fireplace-lit, quarter-century-old area staple
Guests watch chefs deftly prepare multi-course meals at teppanyaki grills or enjoy freshly-rolled sushi
Chef leads students through the fundamentals of picking and preparing fresh ingredients for sushi and rolls
Bacon-wrapped scallops prelude slow-roasted Angue prime rib, barbecue beef ribs, or lobster mac and cheese
Chefs cook up dinners of filet mignon, salmon, and shrimp at tableside grills or prepare sushi rolls made with salmon roe and octopus
A new concept, a new style, Asian Fusion it is the fashion for Asian restaurants.