From Chinese to Japanese, Vietnamese to Thai, Voice Places is your guide to the full range of Asian cuisines in Orange County, with both professional reviews and user reviews to help you decide. Search by cuisine type or by neighborhood, or just punch in a restaurant name and go!
Start with an order of banh beo chen. It comes in 10 single-serving shots, stacked like mahjong tiles on an orange cafeteria tray so flimsy it warps under the... More »
The best part about Go Goo Ryeo is that it's a do-it-yourself Korean barbecue joint where everything is done for you. But to experience the full splendor of the... More »
Wadiya is the county's first Sri Lankan restaurant, one of a precious few inSouthern California and even the United States. Its space is massive andelegant, with a... More »
Ziing's owners consulted a feng shui master during the design, and the results seem to vindicate their expenditure. This applies particularly to the... More »
Cambinos BBQ unites disparate Asian barbecue traditions on a mix plate ofepic proportions. Chicken and pork skewers, pork spare ribs with an amazing... More »
Cream Pan in Tustin has Japanese pastries like anpan and the eponymous cream pan. The place is also known for their shockingly good strawberry custard croissants that are... More »
Located in La Casa del Camino Hotel in beautiful Laguna Beach, the restaurant is run by chef Craig Connole, who is always adding and changing the bistro's menu. He... More »
Despite the gimmicky name and the odd way the menu is arranged to fit the tapas theme, the food here is prepared in the classic Northern Chinese style by chefs who know... More »
Nestled within the Marina Pacifica is Tantalum, an Asian-fusion restaurant that maintains a refreshingly intimate feel in a large space. Though the restaurant is... More »
Located in a Costa Mesa industrial park that also houses Jugos Acapulco and Gloria's Mexican Food, Butterfly Lounge is California‚??s first size-acceptance... More »
We all seem to think we know how to run a restaurant regardless of whether we've ever owned or operated one. So when you find yourself in a restaurant that deviates from this ideal, even just a little, you start playing the role of an armchair Gordon Ramsay or Robert Irvine. You think you know exactly what's wrong and how to fix it.
On our way home from Eleven46 Kitchen, a new...
It's impossible to talk about Urban Seoul without mentioning Roy Choi, the creator of Kogi, the pioneer of luxe loncheras, America's unofficial ambassador to everything hipster ethnic, last seen traipsing across LA's Koreatown on a recent episode of Anthony Bourdain's new CNN show. To not do so would be akin to discussing computers without bringing up Bill Gates or summer...
During my third visit to Hue Oi, the block around Fountain Valley's Mile Square Park experienced a blackout. Stoplights weren't functioning. The traffic on Brookhurst was a snarled mess even by Little Saigon standards. But Hue Oi forged on without electricity. Customers kept arriving, the noodle soups still came out steaming, the two-toned glasses of cafe su dua still needed to be stirred...
Bun Bo Hue, Pho Filet Mignon (get the Large), Banh Canh Tom Cua, Banh Beo Chen, Banh Nam, Mi Quang...and add their "Sate" Chilli sauce (Hue Oi makes their own).....have all been good. They barely opened over a month ago...and yes..I'm a pig....I've tried it all!Read Full Review
They have some great Pho and they are very friendly people.Read Full Review
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