The Asian fusion scene has exploded in recent years, with restaurants across the country popping up to cater to the growing market.
Here are some of our favorites.
Kikkoman – Kikkomen, a Taiwanese noodle restaurant in Manhattan, has become a hot spot for a variety of ethnicities.
The Szechuan Noodle House – Located in the East Village, The Sondrio offers traditional Korean food, but also has a few things to offer to the non-Asian crowd.
The Korean BBQ at The Bong-Noodle House (aka “The Bong Noodle Room”) is a hot dog stand that’s become a must-see for Asian travelers.
The Chinese-inspired food at The Chow Chow, a Chinese takeout spot in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, is well worth the trek to get a taste of a Chinese-American cuisine.
Thai Cuisine at Tandem at Lincoln Center – The iconic Asian restaurant at Lincoln Hall is also home to some of the most authentic, delicious, and delicious Thai food around.
The Tango at Tango Cafe in Chinatown – A popular spot for Thai food in Chinatown, this Thai restaurant offers an array of flavors from sweet to spicy.
The Churro at The Thai Kitchen in the Bronx, home to a few of the best Thai food I’ve had.
The Cantonese at Sushi Tamari – A sushi restaurant in the South Bronx, this Japanese restaurant has some of Asia’s best dishes.
The Asian Bistro at Chinatown Bistros – Located near the Statue of Liberty in Manhattan and in the heart of the Brooklyn-Queens area, Chinatown Bistsros is a great place to grab some tasty Asian food.
The Bamboo Room at Siam’s Thai Restaurant – Located right next door to the Grand Hyatt Hotel, this upscale Thai restaurant is a popular destination for Chinese tourists.