Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Diamond Bar, California, United States. Diamond Bar is a city located in eastern Los Angeles County, California, United States. The 2014 population estimate was 56,784, up from 56,287 at the 2000 census. It is named after the "diamond over a bar" branding iron registered in 1918 by ranch owner Frederick E. Lewis. The city features a public Los Angeles County golf course. It is also home to the Diamond Bar Country Estates, a private guarded community.
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My review is limited to what was ordered for me. I avoid meat as much as possible but thats impossible when going to Korean bbq place. Their bulgogi and galbi are very good. But what attracts me to go to a Korean restaurant are the side dishes served as soon as you sit down. Side dishes vary by restaurant. Ka Wha is mostly kimchi but with some variation such as their potato salad and the greens. Also chap che. Next time go I will order exactly what I want to try such as their bibimpop or hot soup. Thats when I'll gage their cooking. Overall, a very good experience.
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We two came to this restaurant âhidingâ at the corner behind a bank and Super Grocery Store, H-Mart. Our Korean friend strongly recommended it and she did not disappoint us. We ordered a combo for $26 which is good for 2 OR 3 persons (if for 3, then itâs less than $9 for one, what a bargain!). It came with 15 side dishes/appetizers; 5 main dishes: Steamed egg, Soy Bean Soup(with tofu), Broiled Mackerel Pike, Grilled Beef, and Spicy Chicken; rice; and finally rice soup. We have enjoyed everyone of it: beef is tender and tasty, chicken indeed is spicy but really good, fish is great but too many (tiny) fish bones, steamed egg and tofu soup are classic. We took home almost half of it (thatâs enough for 3!) The restaurant was crowded when we just got there (itâs Friday after 1PM), but we were lucky to sat down right after other guests left. Service was good and cordial. The manager came to greet us several times probably because we were ânew facesâ. This place worthy of another visit.
4 based on 6 reviews
This place moved from another location and it actually has a group of "followers". A really great sushi experience. Rivals much more expensive restaurants and in an area where you can fall over sideways and find a sushi restaurant, it's really good when you find one that stands out. You won't be disappointed if you come here.
4 based on 15 reviews
Went for a quick lunch with coworkers and noodle soup sounded good. Spicy beef sounded really after debating on other beef soups. I was surprised that there was shrimp in my soup, which was a pleasant surprise for me. The broth was flavorful, but not real spicy, which called for the spicy sauce that was served with the veggie and herbs. My disappointment was in the beef for this soup. It was real fatty and I had to pick through it. The server was funny and attentive. Prices are reasonable- $7.75 for large bowl. Next time I will try a leaner beef and maybe I can improve the star rating.
It was pretty good makes tummy feels good after class. Got Pho Dac Biet taste was good the desert given after meal was alright don't really like it, but the pho is good for the area
4 based on 21 reviews
Combination dinners are a great value which include beef teriyaki and chicken teriyaki or Chilean Seabass and California roll. Include soup, salad, rice, house hand roll and fruit. $13.50 and up. Restaurant is a good size and can accommodate large groups. Nice take-out menu also from $5.75 on above.
4 based on 20 reviews
Encore Teppan is a fun, cozy, and upbeat casual Japanese teppanyaki restaurant where exciting theatrical spatula shows are performed and delicious creative dishes are prepared in front of you by chefs who are passionate about food and hospitality. From be
I was craving sushi and being new to town wasnât sure where to go so I looked in trip advisor for recommendations. Great customer service! Neat atmosphere, interesting dishes, not your typical sushi restaurant. Definitely better than Benihana. I had the spicy tuna tartare and the Golden Gate roll. Very good! The only thing I would have changed was the chef added soy sauce to most dishes. It could have been me (not a soy sauce fan) I felt it made the tartare salty. Would definitely eat here again.
4 based on 33 reviews
We went to this place for lunch & ordered fried fish with sauce, Crispy Tofu, Hong Kong style Crispy Noodle, Salt & Spicy Pork Chop and we had so much food left To Go after dining in. Staff are nice, Good location.
4 based on 25 reviews
We were up north for a quick weekend getaway, and were in desperate need of some dinner. The situation was so desperate, in fact, that we (briefly) considered ordering the hotel's room service. Thank goodness our frugal nature won out, and our quick Yelp search brought us here.Our requirements that night were pretty easy: not too expensive, nothing we'd have to get dressed up for and within a 15 minute drive from the hotel. The fact that this is a Japanese restaurant certainly didn't hurt!We arrived kind of late on a Saturday night, but they were still open and doing a brisk business. We were shown to a table right away, and our requested hot tea was brought out quickly.I'm fairly predictable, so it should be no surprise that once I saw saba as an entree item, I stopped looking at the menu. =) I ended up getting a dinner combination of teriyaki salmon and the saba shioyak. It came with rice, miso soup and a salad. My husband ordered the chicken teriyaki entree, and added a spicy tuna roll (again, should not be a surprise!)Though they were busy (lots of large groups), our food came out pretty quickly. The soup, salad and rolls all came out first, and they were tasty. I actually really enjoyed the salad; the dressing was flavorful without being overpowering.The main dishes came out soon after, and I was surprised by how large the fish servings were. I was expecting smaller pieces of fish - especially the saba - but they were generous cuts. And it was filling! Both fish pieces were cooked to perfection, flaky and bursting with flavor (and bristling with bones, so pluck carefully!) The entrees also came with a small ramekin full of cooked vegetables - but they weren't just boiled or steamed. They were served in a truly yummy sauce of undetermined origin, but which we both definitely enjoyed. I think it might have been mayonnaise based? It was very good, whatever it was!About the only knock against this place is that the service lagged towards the end. The restaurant started to clear out while we ate, though they had a good to-go business going as well. But, we had to ask twice for water and tea refills, and had to wait an inordinate amount of time for our bill to be delivered and picked up (which is a huge pet peeve of mine).Other than that, though, we both enjoyed the meal. The food was fresh, tasty and plentiful. We left feeling satiated and happy, and that's the best review I can ever give a place.
4 based on 46 reviews
My wife and I have been going to this restaurant for years. The quality of the food is excellent and always fresh. However, their food dishes are way overpriced and the prices have continued to rise over time. As a result, we don't go here as often as we used to.
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