Reviews on Asian food in Huntsville, Alabama, United States. Huntsville is the fourth-largest city in Alabama, located in the northernmost part of the state. A city with a 200-year Southern heritage, visitors will find activities that celebrate Huntsville’s rich history, as well as attractions that highlight the city’s scientific side. At the Alabama Constitution Village, villagers in period clothing take time from their daily chores to guide you through eight reconstructed Federal style buildings. Younger visitors will love the 150 hands-on activities at the Sci-Quest Hands-on Science Center and older kids will learn what it takes to be an astronaut at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. Looking for outings with a cultural flair? Landmarks such as the Huntsville Botanical Garden and Huntsville Museum of Art are must sees. The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Huntsville to its "America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2010" list.
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4 based on 28 reviews
In looking for a new experience in asian cuisine I thought I'd try Shinsegae. We shared the Gun-mandu which were very good. I had the Beoseok-Bulgogi, my wife chose the Japchae-Bulgogi while my son ordered Doenjang-jjigae. Each of the entrees were accompanied by a serving of white rice, And we shared sides of Fried Fish Cake, Buttered Potatoes, a sweet and mildly spicy cucumber dish, and the best Kimchi I've ever eaten.The portions were more than ample and prepared to order. The convex serving dishes for the Bulgogi allowed the liquids to drain away from the serving which was quite novel. The Jjigae was served in a cast iron bowl that was heated to a point that the soup was at a rolling boil when it arrive at our table.The ambience and decor was utilitarian, but clean. Seating is limited to about 40 or so people. Since the entire operation is run by a husband and wife team service was a bit slow, but we take our time when we eat so that wasn't an issue for us. If you need to be in a hurry or have a bus to catch then you better be first in line.Years ago this restaurant was connected to an asian grocery store. The lady who ran the store, who is apparently the cook, made her own Kimchi that has no fish sauce. I used to buy this by the 1/2 gallon container when the store was in operation, but I never tried out the restaurant at that time. Then one day I showed up and the store had been shut down. I searched all over Huntsville for several years to find ANY Kimchi that was any where near comparable. As far as I'm concerned none exists.So I inquired about the Kimchi and the store that they used to sell it. It turns out the store was enlarged and reopened at the other end of the strip mall and is now the Holiday International Grocery. They supply their Kimchi to that store. I came home with a quart of it and the knowledge that my favorite Kimchi is again available. Hurray and Happy Birthday to me!
4 based on 77 reviews
I was really hoping to have a good experience. The restaurant is well appointed with lots of open space and light. The Pad Voon Sen I ordered, however, could not have been more bland. Apparently the "Thai spices" were omitted. I've also never seen a menu that required the purchase of 8 spring rolls for an appetizer - too much for me flying solo. My server was attentive.
4 based on 54 reviews
We needed to escape heavy downpours and popped into the Big Bowl. I would not expect very good, authentic Thai food in a shopping center in a place named Big Bowl. Nothing Thai expected but that changed quickly with an extensive menu and knowledable Thai waitresses. Besides the spring rolls and Tom Yum soup with shrimp we were guided into the Black Pepper and Ginger Chicken entre. Obviously, this was a new restaurant from the location and limited space but the service and food were totally unexpected. This will turn into something bigger and better and more expensive. Go try.
4 based on 110 reviews
My wife and I decided to try this place for lunch on Saturday and we were both pleased with our overall experience. From the hostess who greeted and seated us to our server, Marivic...both were very friendly, welcoming and added to our positive experience. The menu had a nice assortment of options, including a nice lunch menu at very reasonable prices, even on Saturday. Mt wife had the Basil Chicken and I had General Tso's Chicken, and both were very good. The Thai Iced Tea was also good. We will definitely be going back!
4 based on 47 reviews
Established in December 2015, Big Oh's has become a popular family owned and operated Korean Fusion restaurant located on the Northside Square in downtown Huntsville, AL. We offer casual dining with a cozy atmosphere. We have outdoor patio seating, downst
I was excited for this restaurant before it even opened. I've been a faithful customer, and I enjoy the food. Favorite items include the mandu soup and japchae. I'll agree with another reviewer that it's overpriced -- moreso at dinner than lunch. On food alone, I'd probably give Oh's 4 stars. But the service is slipping. I like to do business with locally-owned establishments, and this fits that bill. But the dining room is small, so we often plan to take food to go. The last time we actually got a meal from them, our wait was 45 minutes longer than the 45 minutes we were told to expect. An hour and a half for a to-go meal? Unacceptable, particularly since we weren't even offered a drink or anything while we sat waiting for our overdue food. The last time I stopped in, I left without food because the staff made it quite clear that their lunch hours ended soon, and they intended to be off-premises by the time the clock struck 2. The first thing they said when I came in the door was, "Yes, we're still serving lunch, but you have to take it to go." Okay, fine. But then it became, "We only have salad, no soup for your side because we are closing." And I noticed that the grill was already cleaned and turned off. So if you go and you want access to the full menu, be sure to allow plenty of time before they close, since they start the shutdown process quite early. I'll probably go back, but it's going to be awhile. Right now, I'm just too disappointed in their customer service.
4 based on 155 reviews
Surin of Thailand has been serving authentic Thai cuisine to the people of Huntsville since 1999. Our master chefs hand select only the freshest local vegetables & meats and import select Thai ingredients to make incredible Thai dishes. Our Thai menu is c
This restuarant is consistently good. Their bar drinks are excellent. My favorite lunch dish is their "warm chicken salad". It's actually a tender chicken breast on lettuce, dizzled with a delicious peanut sauce. Sushi and sashimi are good too. Coconut soup is great. Casual good place to eat.
4 based on 360 reviews
P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum
I've been to at east a dozen PF Chang's around the country and I have never had a bad meal or bad service. I've also never had a great meal deserving of the prices charged. I typically go when I'm being taken to lunch and the person paying wants to eat there...like today. Our server did an excellent job and did more for my positive experience than the food itself.
5 based on 49 reviews
We heard that Viet Cuisine had the best pho in Alabama. Nope, the broth was weak, little or no star anise, rather bland. On the other hand my daughter had the chicken curry. It was extraordinarily flavorful. I wish I ordered it instead of the pho.
4 based on 222 reviews
How could I hit two bland Thai restaurants in one trip. Tom Kha Gai was watery, couple of raw mushrooms floating on top. Larb Gai had little flavor. Not just not spicy, also not savory. I will say the martini was good and ample. Restaurant is pleasant, open in a special district in Huntsville. Skipit, not Phuket!Thank you for allowing us to get it right and refund the money back to you. If you're not 100% satisfied, we do not deserve you business. We hope to see you again!
4 based on 173 reviews
The family and I were craving Vietnamese food and we already have a favorite authentic restaurant. We visited Viet Huong Vietnamese Restaurant in Huntsville, Alabama. The menu is easy to understand and there are many dishes to choose from. We all started with Thai Tea with boba. The wife and I had Pho and the others ordered Bun. The service was excellent and the portion size was excellent.
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