Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Port Wentworth, Georgia, United States. Port Wentworth is a city in Chatham County, Georgia, United States. The population was 5,359 at the 2010 census, with an estimated population of 6,529 in 2013. It is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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4 based on 229 reviews
In Vietnamese, "CO" is the word for "feast". Located in Historic Savannah, GA, one block from Johnson Square, offering a contemporary Asian cuisine destination, serving banh mi, pho, ramen, dumplings, as well as sushi, and, of course, our own signature co
We stopped in for diner on a friends recommendation and wow, it did not disappoint. We sat at the bar for a few drinks and a couple of dishes to split. Really bold flavors and lots of spice. We mixed it up with a soup, sushi roll and and a rice bowl. It was a ton of food and very rich. The bar tender was great, mixed up a couple of nice cocktails for us. Would definitely recommend this place and to order a few different things to share.So great to hear! Thank you for sharing.
4 based on 538 reviews
Attractive restaurant with an Asian fusion menu. My lunch companion and I were unaware of this menu before arriving, so - unless you are into sushi - it offers a limited selection.We ordered duck dumplings (one of which contained a bone, and after our complaint, manager removed it from our bill), but were not satisfied with them.My snapper roll was not bad, and his BC, pear and chicken salad was fine.Friendly, competent service from Erin.Okay restaurant, but not my cup of tea.
4 based on 418 reviews
This was my first time here. I had no expectations because it came up while I was exploring restaurants close to me in Google Maps. I arrived just a few minutes after they opened. I was seated quickly and my waitress wasted no time bringing me a menu and taking my drink order. They had so many things on the menu that I wanted to try. I knew I wanted some sushi, but didn't think it would fill my up because I was starving. So, I settled on the Savannah Rolls as an appetizer and the Lemongrass Chicken as my lunch item. The kitchen mixed up my sushi order and sent out the Spider Rolls. The waitress caught the mix up immediately and comped the rolls while I waited on the correct order. I would have never tried the Spider Rolls had it not been for the mix up. But I tried them and they were great. They weren't as spicy as I thought they would be. I received my lunch and the correct sushi very soon after. Both the Lemongrass Chicken and Savannah Rolls were delicious. By the time I finished, the place was getting packed for lunch. I will definitely be back to try some more good food from their menu.
4 based on 110 reviews
We had dinner here before flying out the next morning. Excellent service with unique menu offerings. I tried to stay with lower carb items so I ordered the Sashimi roll which is wrapped in rice paper vs the traditional rice. Delicious! My favorite however was the whole stuffed squid which was stuffed with eel. Virtually no carbs and again delicious! My wife had the bento box and loved it
4 based on 1015 reviews
Our concept focuses on providing perfectly prepared, fresh cut noodle dishes from various Asian nations including Vietnam, Malaysia, China, Thailand, Korea, Laos and others. Our signature noodles are made fresh, by hand, daily. Protein options abound, inc
The food here is super fresh and soooo good! I canât get enough and love to come back. They are nice to families with children and will alter menu if needed. Interior is small and usually packed with patrons. I recommend arriving early. Sometimes thereâs a line outside the door. Itâs worth the wait.
4 based on 159 reviews
Shabu-shabu (hot pot) | Appetizers | Bubble Tea | Smoothies What's shabu-shabu? Here's a brief overview: The name "shabu-shabu" literally means "swish-swish". It comes from the sound and action of the thinly sliced meat being swished with chopsticks in th
As a local to Pooler, Splendid Shabu is one of our favorite places to eat, along with Terra Mia. Splendid Shabu had a concept similar to Melting Pot in that you cook your own food. The broth honestly isn't anything special, but the sauce bar really sets it apart. Definitely don't miss this part or you will be disappointed. It's a small restaurant, but we have never had to wait very long. I usually get double noodles and drench it in the sauce. The meats are deli slices of beef or chicken, so it's definitely different than what you would be used to at a typical restaurant. We like that the food is good, it's a casual place to go eat with a small child, and it's quick. All that goes a long way.
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