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4 based on 43 reviews
The old Outback Steakhouse. Okawa is Japanese steakhouse, fun for family and friends, date night, birthdays, celebrations, sushi, sake, and hibachi/teppanyaki grills.
We only have gone for Sushi and we sit at the bar. The rolls are incredible, reasonable and generous!! Service is excellent and the bartender Tyler makes a great Manhattan!
4 based on 101 reviews
The food here is truly amazing. Upon returning from vacation talk to Bend and Toomies as the first restaurant that I will go to. Actually get a craving for their food. They been in Ben for a long time and they do a good job with their service and their authenticity
4 based on 160 reviews
Have eaten here several times over the years and it was always at least decent. This time was terrible. The Sweet and Sour Chicken had thick, almost burnt breading, and had been fried in really old oil. The meat seemed like the absolute cheapest dark meat cuts they could find. The fried rice had almost no meat in it and no flavor either. The seat cushions are torn and tile work falling apart. Just generally pretty bad. We won't be coming back here
4 based on 53 reviews
We were visiting family in Bend, and on our last day in town we met some of them at Dang's for a farewell lunch. I am very fond of Vietnamese food, but had never had a mango salad. It sounded very refreshing, so I ordered it (without onions) and the shrimp salad rolls. The salad rolls were very good, but the mango salad was outstanding! I shared it with everyone at the table - the locals had never tried it, but will definitely order it next time they are there. It was refreshing and delicious. I want to suggest it to my favorite Vietnamese restaurant at home.
4 based on 72 reviews
Not your average Chinese American food. My wife and I sampled six different Happy Hour Choices - BBQ ribs, potstickers, crab cake, sesame chicken and sugar snap peas/mushrooms. Every one of these was really good, and a step above anything in a "regular" Chinese restaurant. Each reminded me of dishes that I have had when I have gone out with China-born Chinese who have ordered special dishes not on the menu. We also had a sushi roll, but it was just okay. Anyway, the atmosphere is very pleasant and service was good. There were lots of options for beverages. Anxious to go back and check out their dinner entrees.
4 based on 147 reviews
The shrimp pork spring rolls so fresh and the peanut sauce is just right. The Slamon Ginger Pho is deeply satisfying in a big bowl. So took half home! The owner and staff are very kind and attentive. The chicken Pad Thai very good with lots of peanuts and sprouts on the side. Again, took half home and we got three meals from our order. Love Pho Viet Cafe. Though the place is not handicapped accessible, the owners on their own met us out front and helped us inside.
4 based on 260 reviews
Quiet dining environment in excellent decor and comfortable seating. Bar was welcoming and fully stocked, featuring unique wonderful cocktails. Jordan, behind the bar, was exceptionally helpful in making a cocktail to order with perfect spicey vodka. A loaded menu full of appetizers, noodles, and entrees with different takes on old favorites and new combinates alike. Again, Jordan was instrumental in advice regarding menu items. Join a Spicey Mango cocktail with the "Spicy Green Beans" with seafood and ginger rice. Add a bit of hot sauce to taste. One of the best meals, and one of the best Thai meals, I've experienced. Highly recommended.
4 based on 226 reviews
Helmed by James Beard Foundation award nominee, Chef Joe Kim, 5 Fusion and Sushi Bar is located in the heart of downtown Bend and features two distinct menus melding key elements of Asian and European cuisine into an tantalizing "fusion" of flavors. Try t
Very pleasant decor, nice ambiance. If you prefer you can sit at the sushi table and watch the chefs prepare entrees, or be seated at a table. Very efficient and quick service. We felt our sushi was fresh and very well,prepared. Wide selection of sushi. There is also a non sushi menu to select from.
4 based on 484 reviews
I've been hearing for the past few years that I need to visit Wild Rose. I'm not a huge Thai fan and I keep hoping I'll someday find the perfect Thai restaurant and I'll become a Thai believer. Well, it did happen here. I was surprised how few dishes, if any, come with an assortment of vegetables and I don't particularly care for the noodles in Thai dishes. That said we ordered a couple of sharable dishes, one a curry with chicken and noodles, and one a pork dish with rice. The pork dish was fine, but not terribly interesting. The curry dish was better, but I just don't care for the rice noodles and no vegetable with this dish. Anyway, I know many people love it and I'll try a couple of different dishes next time, but I'm still don't get the Thai craze.
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