Best Asian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Asian food in Willow Grove. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Asian restaurants near you.. Willow Grove is a census-designated place (CDP) in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. A community in Philadelphia's northern suburbs, the population was 15,726 at the 2010 census. It is located in Upper Dublin Township, Abington Township and Upper Moreland Township. Willow Grove was once known for Willow Grove Park, an amusement park that was open from 1896 to 1976, now the site of Willow Grove Park Mall. Willow Grove is considered an edge city of Philadelphia with large amounts of retail and office space.
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4 based on 27 reviews
Ban Ban has an excellent menu of Asian Fusion and Sushi. Well prepared, large portions. Not overly spicy. Small seating area, seems to have a large take out business.
4 based on 43 reviews
My nephew found Vic's and it's our favorite. Service is always great and good is tasty and fresh. Some folks get the Thai food and speak highly of it too. Staff is very attentive to filling drinks and tea pots...often overlooked at small resturants. We'll be back soon!
4 based on 12 reviews
Pho Viet Hoa is a family run business that specializes in Vietnamese cuisine. We initially started out as Pho Hoa in Philadelphia but we are now back and running in Willow Grove! We feature old and new dishes to accommodate to everyone's taste!
This is our new favorite place for Vietnamese cuisine! The owner, Cindy, is really nice, and gives great menu recommendations for things to try. The bubble teas are delicious; we especially love coconut, mocha and chai. The presentation for the pan fried egg noodles is incredibleâ¦ itâs a huge nest of egg noodles, filled with vegetables, and your choice of beef, shrimp or chicken. My son says it looked like my princess crown lol.We had has pho here several times, lots of the main dishes, and are anxious to try the Vietnamese hoagies, we hear they are amazing. The service is very quick, food is always hot and fast, prices are reasonable. Highly recommend.
4 based on 37 reviews
Until recently, it used to be a different Thai restaurant (I don't know the name).
What a low-key, yet graceful restaurant is Gummlai Thai!We had dinner there last night (Oct 2018), and were totally smitten. From the flowers on each nicely-set table, soft, semi-classical western background music, to a most graceful hostess, you want to share a meal at Gummlai Thai. We both like spicy, and were not disappointed. Their 'two-chili' system is fine; we both had '2-chile' meals that were spicy, yet not overwhelming. I had a curry; she had the Thai Basil, and enjoyed both. The veggies were fresh, the rice was appropriately clingy, and our water glasses were quietly topped-off w/o prompting. As we stayed to chat, they offered us tea, which was a nice way to end a meal. Oh yes, we'll return!
4 based on 63 reviews
A last minute decision after a long Saturday, this 3 generation family of seven was seated without reservations with everyone just enjoying whatever they ordered from the comprehensive Asian Fusion menu. From soups to ribs to sushi to spring rolls to tofu, fried rice, lo me in noodles, sesame and mango chicken dishes to great oranges and fortune cookies, everyone had tastes and there was take home after. Our waiter was great with the kids as well. Highly recommend. Also amazing fish tank, very calming.
4 based on 88 reviews
An incredible restaurant, city quality in the suburbs. You can choose between a VERY affordable menu of Vietnamses classics like Pho, Bun, and Com, or a pricey menu of French cuisine, or a menu of fusion items with prices everywhere in between. Very fanc y atmosphere, great service, and a knowledgeable and passionate owner/head chef. Always a delight, just try for anyone in the are.
4 based on 69 reviews
The place may be tiny, but the Vietnamese kitchen knows its stuff. We started off our meal with two huge Gá»i Cuá»n (Fresh Garden Spring Rolls) filled with Shrimp, pork, lettuce, vermicelli noodles, cucumbers cilantro, & mint - and found them a light & refreshing start to our meal. For entrees, my husband chose Phá» TÃ¡i (Eye Round Steak) Beef noodle soup with eye round steak served with a huge plate of bean sprouts; I got to taste the broth; it was delicious. My choice was BÃºn Cháº¡o TÃ´m (Grilled Ground Shrimp Vermicelli noodle bowl) Grilled ground shrimp, served with rice vermicelli, shredded lettuce, cucumbers, pickled carrot/radish and mint, topped with crushed roasted peanuts - it was wonderful. This tiny restaurant was a delightful find.
4 based on 54 reviews
Specialties We specialize in using fresh Thai ingredients such as locally grown lemongrass, Thai bird chilies, galanga root, kaffir lime leaf and Thai sweet basil to create the most authentic dishes with a modern approach. Hand selected produce, daily pur
Excellent Thai. Everything is cooked to order...we are vegan. I had ginger stir fry with tofu..a nice sized portion..we were hungry and left full. Veggies cooked but still crisp. Drunken noodles were excellent. The spring tools very tasty. The stuffing was finely chopped, dense and savory. Will return!
4 based on 147 reviews
Went there with big family group with reservations. Very noisy and busy , very tight seating. But the food was fine.
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