Authentic Chinese specialties such as seafood-eggplant casserole, tea-smoked duck, and salt and pepper frog.
$12 for $20 worth of Chinese food for two.
Kosher Chinese restaurant serves traditional recipes alongside locally tinged dishes such as pastrami egg rolls.
Michelin-recommended Chinese restaurant serves 8- or 10-course prix fixe meal that features peking duck in an opulant, three-story space.
Traditional Chinese food ranging from lobster chow mein to pork fried rice to sweet and sour chicken to sesame tofu .
Bing Kitchen offers a variety of Chinese snacks including crepes called Bings.
$30 for $50 worth of Chinese cuisine for four or more.
Four-course meal of Cantonese classics includes options such as egg-drop soup, steamed dumplings, sesame chicken, and Chinese sweet soup.
A four course meal served fresh in the ambience of an authentic Chinese restaurant.
Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisine combined into extensive menu of stir-fries and sushi.
Huge buffet offers endless selections such as ahi tuna, steaks, sushi, sashimi, snow crabs, oysters, creme brulee, tiramisu and more
Cooks turn cooking into spectacle as they sizzle up meat and veggies on open hibachi grills, as sushi chefs assemble fresh, inventive rolls
Chefs at an open sushi bar craft rolls such as spicy yellowtail and white angel; diners can also bring beer from home
Filipino spread includes all-day breakfast items and other favorites, such as stir fries and soups
Named after a style of aged Korean kimchi, local eatery offers up a selection of signature dishes featuring the national staple
Sushi rolls join a menu of authentic Korean dishes such as bibimbap with marinated beef, barbecued pork ribs, and kimchi hot pots
Barbecue your own meat at smokeless tableside grills, or savor Korean-style sushi rolls, soups, and entrees
Eel, tuna, salmon, and spicy fillings characterize a massive sushi menu with extras such as miso soup and tempura available by the piece
Take in views of the Manhattan skyline separated by a 112 ft. retractable glass wall while dining on Asian fusion cuisine
Italian-inspired seafood such as risotto with clams or mussels mingles with classic fish ‘n’ chips, rib-eye steaks, and pork chops
Sushi or dumplings pair with entrees such as sesame-crusted salmon or tofu and mixed veggies in a brown sauce
Chefs flip steaks and other succulent meats over hibachi grills to create traditional Japanese dishes
Japanese-marinated skirt steak, Dominican yakisoba, Mambo fried rice, and traditional and fusion sushi rolls
Asian cuisine prepared in front of customers delivered fresh to the table until patrons’ apetites are satisfied
Sips of wine wash down artfully plated appetizers and entrees such as baked chicken curry puffs, braised lamb shank, and roasted duck
Hot bowls of ramen noodles or rice topped with braised pork belly, soft-boiled egg, bean sprouts, and other fresh ingredients
From behind blazing hibachi grills, chefs sear meats and veggies during colorful shows; sushi bar includes inventive rolls and nigiri
This sleek contemporary spot serves more than 25 types of sushi and sashimi, plus specialty rolls and teriyaki entrees