Reviews on Asian food in Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States. Wayne is an unincorporated community centered in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, on the Main Line, a series of highly affluent Philadelphia suburban villages located along the railroad tracks of the Pennsylvania Railroad. While the center of Wayne is in Radnor Township, Wayne extends into both Tredyffrin Township in Chester County and Upper Merion Township in Montgomery County. The center of Wayne was designated the Downtown Wayne Historic District in 2012. Considering the large area served by the Wayne post office, the community may extend slightly into Easttown Township, Chester County, as well.
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This place is just minutes away from my place. The food is reasonably good and we keep ordering frequently. The service is real fast if you are picking the order. Try their Singapore noodles, really good.
4 based on 48 reviews
honeygrow is a restaurant concept born in Philadelphia in 2012, specializing in wholesome, fully customizable stir-fries, salads, honeybars + cold pressed juices made from ingredients sourced as locally as possible. With over 30 locations along the east c
It can get extremely crowded at lunch time but itâs worth the wait. Iâve tried nearly every ingredient on the menu after numerous visits and Iâve never been disappointed. Prices are a tad high for the portion sizes and charges for extra ingredients, but itâs worth it if you want decent, organic, healthier food.
4 based on 54 reviews
Ping Pong is a no thrill place, the decoration is simple, everything very clean. And the food: just fantastic! We ordered quite a few different dishes and shred them between us 8 colleagues. Everything was just amazing and very yummy.
4 based on 279 reviews
"Approach love and cooking with reckless abandonâ¦" Dalai Lama.At Nectar, our love for cooking is deeply embedded in that belief.Nectar, a sensuous, sumptuous, savory experience, features the Asian-inspired-French-infused signature cuisine of star chef Pat
We were a large group upstairs for a meeting. The entrance, bar and dining spaces were attractive, dimly lit, with wine storage vista as well. My menu selections were the edamame dumplings and short ribs. The dumplings were a large serving is a savory flavorful sauce. The pasta was firm, nice subtle bit, all good. The generous boneless ribs were in a beefy gravy, presented on a pretty plate with a stack of crisped "steak fries" accompanied by a cheesy dip. A dessert trio was also balanced with minicup cake, chocolate cup and citrus sponge. Good wine list by bottle and glasses. Conversation a bit difficult given the noise, but otherwise a winner.
4 based on 29 reviews
Recently ate here hoping for a quiet lunch, but the hostess was watching loud dvds at the cash register and an Indian family were on their cell phones, talking during the entire meal. The hostess did not say anything and other guests were irritated by it; no courtesy. The food was fine, but there is no ambience. The women's bathroom needs a serious cleaning too (no hot water for washing hands wish is a big NO NO!)
4 based on 34 reviews
The food is yummy and they were willing to work with us to identify dishes that didn't have MSG. Lots of the dishes are spicy, but they allow you to customize the spiciness level.
4 based on 107 reviews
Once very special it has become "another Chinese restaurant" on the main line. Menu seemed to promise more than delivered. Food and service were good but better prepared. more creative and lower priced alternatives have opened in area. Living on former reputation and frequented by "regulars".
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