From Chinese to Japanese, Vietnamese to Thai, Voice Places is your guide to the full range of Asian cuisines in Phoenix, 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!
Chef Nobuo Fukuda collected a Best New Chef nod from Food + Wine and a James Beard Award at his late restaurant Sea Saw before opening this chic but... More »
Despite the name, Asian Cafe Express is no generic pan-Asian fast food joint. Not even close. It's exceptionally tasty, unbelievably cheap, authentic Hong Kong-style... More »
In the "eight great traditions" of Chinese cuisine, the food of northeastern China doesn't make the cut. Fortunately, the owners of Chou's Kitchen know a good thing when... More »
Directed by executive chef Beau MacMillan, Elements celebrates high cuisine in bold, uncomplicated style -- fancy fare that leaves pretension at the door. The ever-changing... More »
While there is an abundance of Thai spots in Central Phoenix, Thai E-San distinguishes itself with bold, pungent flavors and some unusual items that you don't find just... More »
Chef Johnny Chu, owner of Downtown Phoenix's Asian tapas-and-sake hangout Sens, brings the hip factor to Chandler's pan-Asian dining mix with this casual, affordable hot pot... More »
Funky spot offering a hybrid of Asian bowls and fast-food Mexican cuisine that boasts a pistol-packin', sombrero-wearin' Pancho Villa-like panda for a... More »
Pretty Thai bistro decorated with Thai umbrellas and intricate Siamese paintings. Gracious service and excellent eats are the hallmarks here, with such... More »
P.F. Chang's fast-casual little sibling has all the pan-Asian style you'd expect, along with affordable noodles, stir-fries, and nibbles inspired by... More »
From capsule-like private karaoke rooms, to high-tech Toto toilets, to cartoonishly cute waitresses who look like they hang out in Harajuku, Geisha A Go Go brings... More »
Thai beef noodle soup is not all that different from Vietnamese pho. Both are fragrant and laden with a variety of textures, and their deep, rich broths are the result of a multitude of herbs and spices stewed with meat for hours. They are dishes cooked with patience, but often devoured with zeal.
At 69, Phannee Plabprasit knows a thing or two about patience in the kitchen...
The details are fuzzy, but I believe I spent most of a recent long weekend in L.A.'s Koreatown.
What I do remember, in between rock 'n' roll and drinking beer from a cooler, is making my way into the vibrant neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles on several occasions in search of food. Not hard to find, given the neighborhood's dizzying array of lunch and dinner restaurants, 24-hour...
Chou's Kitchen isn't just the kind of restaurant that's used to being excluded. It's the kind of restaurant that's used to being excluded twice.
In the Valley, this restaurant's menu of mostly unfamiliar northeastern Chinese cuisine (devoid of Americanized General Tso's chicken, crab wontons, and fortune cookies) might turn less-adventurous diners in the direction of the nearest...
I love Thai. This was a really bland version of Thai. At first glance, you can tell the place used to be a Wendy's, but they did a great job covering it up. The atmosphere is nice, we were hopeful. We started out with the Satay for an appetizer and we were impressed. The addition to curry on the chicken was interesting and the peanut sauce was great. They brought...Read Full Review
I visited Republic Ramen & Noodles for the first time about a week ago. My boyfriend & I were planning on stopping at Subway, saw this place, and decided to try it out instead. The atmosphere inside the place is really great, and the people working there were more than happy to explain things on the menu. I ordered a couple of appetizers, as I wasn't too hungry,...Read Full Review
I've eaten at this Pei Wei before and while I always enjoy the flavor of the food, I find the cost of the food for the amount that I get is higher than other restaurants in the area. Usually for the same price of roughly 8-10 dollars per dish, I'll go to China Chile with a few friends and enjoy higher quality food that usually fills us up and allows us to have...Read Full Review
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