Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Port Angeles, Washington, United States. Port Angeles is a city in and the county seat of Clallam County, Washington, United States. With a population of 19,038 as of the 2010 census, it is the largest city in the county. The population was estimated at 19,448 in 2015 by the Office of Financial Management.
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3 based on 21 reviews
The table had yellow duct tape on both sides dirty tape, we wanted to try their wonton soup the big bowl, when it came the broth was in bad need of flavor, had to add soy sauce, there were veggies some shrimp chicken and chewy chewy b.b.q. pork on top the WHOLE bowl was full of soggy spaghetti noodles soggy is the only way to describe the mess that was hid under the scant amount of meat and veggies. NEVER again!
4 based on 30 reviews
THE GOOD: the food was excellent (good salmon teriyaki); the server was guarded and quiet in the beginning but got friendlier as she saw that we were friendly and patient customers (we realized she, being the only server, was stretched thin as the place got busy); and the booth seats were comfy. THE BAD: Slow service; chilly restaurant (sub-freezing day outside). Our advice: go for the food but don't be in a hurry.
4 based on 67 reviews
It advertises itself as best chinese restaurant in Port Angeles and the Olympic Peninsula . One must first ask how many restaurants there are in town and the peninsular? one ? Second question is related to the first ! where was the best chinese meal you had ? San Fran , LA , Vancouver's Chinatowns ?My take is it s average compared with the stuff i had elsewhere and pretty close to home cooking. They used plenty of oyster sauce in the flavouring if you are wondering.It did not cause us an arm or leg to eat here and infact cheaper if you care to pool your dishes and eat like chinese people (but use a serving spoon for hygiene)We were unlucky to not to have halibut as it was sold out so we settled for the szechuan hot & spicy soup and mongolian beef . By the way General Tso chicken and chop suey are american inventions and if you could these in Asia you would get puzzled lookThe restaurant is family run and from Toi Shan so you r getting southern chinese food as opposed to northern chinese food which are distinctly different)Go for it (will not burn hole in your pocket)
4 based on 87 reviews
Discovering Port Angeles on my vacation and found new good place to lunch.Asian Buffet is very good located near the street and itâs quite clean, comfortable place. There is good choice of dishes starting from soups and main dishes till sweets. The staff is polite. No smells, easy parking lot. Relevant price.
4 based on 24 reviews
American style Public House featuring a menu of Asian Fusion cuisine and American classics. Restaurant features a full wine and beer bar, with cocktails available via adjacent lounge, while maintaining a family friendly atmosphere.
This place has quite a selection in Korean-flavored choices. We ordered two different rice bowls, the Chicken Bowl and the Bim Bop Bowl. Both were delicious, filled with flavor, and filling.The beer choices in this public house provide a great selection.Our only wish is that Midtown Public House had a bit more ambience and was located more inside the downtown core of Port Angeles, rather than east of the downtown. Nevertheless, it's well worth the walk a few blocks east of town!
4 based on 129 reviews
I came here for the lunch special and man was it delicious. The employees were extremely friendly and the whole atmosphere of the restaurant is so nice.I ordered Crispy Sesame Chicken and it was outstanding. For lunch specials, unlike many other Chinese restaurants, no crispy noodles comes with the soup () nor do you get an egg roll. BUT, in their defense, you DO get real fried rice with the fixâns mixed in and you DO get a generous portion of food, both the chicken and the rice.The cost was $7.95 which is the normal lunch special price.I completely recommend this restaurant and I, for one, WILL come back here in the future.
4 based on 161 reviews
We ordered take out from Jasmine Bistro. Both employees we interacted with were pleasant and helpful. Our order - two dishes - took about 15 minutes to prepare. They were fine but not great; both were kind of dry and not as flavorful as we've had at other Thai restaurants. The pad see ew was so pale that at first glance I wasn't sure it had been prepared with any kind of sauce. The shrimp in our other dish was cooked just right, which I appreciated. Next time we would probably try another option in Port Angeles for comparison.
4 based on 499 reviews
Excellent food, large portions and great service. Best Thai food we have ever had outside some of the larger metropolis, such as Toronto and New York. Some of the dishes are usually not served in more ordinary ethnic restaurants because they are very challenging to prepare. The chef at Sabai has master them.
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