Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Opelika. Opelika (pronounced |ˌoʊ pəˈlaɪ kə|) is a city in and the county seat of Lee County in the east central part of the State of Alabama. It is a principal city of the Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Area. According to the 2013 Census Estimate, the population of Opelika was 28,635. The Auburn-Opelika, AL MSA with a population of 150,933 which, along with the Columbus, Georgia metropolitan area and Macon County, Alabama, comprises the greater Greater Columbus, Georgia, a region home to 501,649 residents.
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3 based on 22 reviews
A lot of food choices, Sushi was minimal, Hibachi Grill had fair amount of choices.One bad thing, and you find this quite often in these restaurants, owners children were playing close by, even with a VOLLEYBALL-Bouncing and throwing in the air. I thought that was a bit much! On my way out they were playing with the ball outside and ran right out in front of a car when they missed the ball with no regard to anyone but themselves.
I absolutely LOVE coming here! The staff is friendly, the food is phenomenal and the ladies even fill up your 'salads' and rice even without asking. I don't usually get that at any other Korean place. The tables are real neat. They're the kind that have a burner in the middle for cooking right at your table side. On the opposite wall there are traditional mats and low tables which Koreans use for socializing while they sit on the clean floor. Love it! The menu is varied and the price is great. I highly recommend this flavorful Asian dining choice.
3 based on 54 reviews
Be very aware that Mandarin House comes with a pedigreed past. It is now but a shell of its former self. You may experience cold food, sour soup that's sour for the wrong reasons, and just in general, poor quality, right down to the service. When Mandarin House is 'hot', its 'hot' but those times are few and far between these days. Take a chance if you dare!
4 based on 15 reviews
Stopped here on a rainy day to check out the supermarket and adjoining restaurant. All six of us enjoyed our lunch specials. The hot and sour soup was tasty, but could have been a bit warmer. The spring rolls were crispy and our entrees all came out piping hot. I thoroughly enjoyed my ma po tofu, very spicy and flavorful. The rest of the table enjoyed shrimp and broccoli, sesame chicken, Mongolian chicken, chicken in garlic sauce and shredded pork with dried tofu and boba tea. We plan to come back for dinner at some point.
4 based on 29 reviews
This is tucked away at Tiger Town but we have never been disappointed in the food, which is hot and delicious. I recommend the Sesame chicken and honey chicken.
4 based on 23 reviews
W've been to Wasabi several times over the past couple of years, about every couple of months. During our first several visits, we thought the food was really good; however, the past 3 times, it has not been as good. The wine I ordered was not cold at all and warm enough to have come straight off the shelf and never in a cooler. The service has been really good. The prices are relatively cheap. I think we are going to take a break from it for a while and see if it improves.
4 based on 23 reviews
We spoke with the reception/cashier woman about what to have as my wife is particular about certain elements of Chinese food. She said she would only have the vegetables we wanted and none of the vegetables we didn't like put into our meal. Either she misunderstood or the kitchen messed up as one vegetable she hates was present in large quantities. The sauce was boring. Thank goodness they included soy sauce. The eggrolls were okay, not great, but not bad. It might have been better if we ate there. It is not a typical Chinese restaurant. The koi pond with turtles was almost empty the day we visited.
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