Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Wood Dale, Illinois, United States. Wood Dale is a city in Addison Township, DuPage County, Illinois, United States. The population was 13,770 at the 2010 census, and estimated to have increased to 13,911, as of July 2012.
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4 based on 74 reviews
Quick service Japanese restaurant and sushi cafe.
Tensuke has expanded their Daiso department AND lowered the prices.Everything is now $2 and there's a much larger selection.Daiso is an international chain of 100-yen stores, specializing in housewares, fashion accessories and stationery items. In Israel they are 10-shekel stores; in Canada they are CAD $2 stores; in Cambodia they are 7600-riel stores (about $1.90 in US dollars); etc.I am very excited to share the news of Tensuke's expanded Daiso inventory and lower prices.
4 based on 13 reviews
We are regulars for their smoothie drinks. They have a handful of flavors, such as mango, coconut, watermelon. Add in the tapioca and it's a delicious treat!The menu is more diverse than what you usually see. For example, a few curry dishes that add a unique twist. The meat is always moist and the veggies taste very fresh.The dining area has about 8 tables, without feeling too cramped. The parking lot is usually packed, but the food is too good to pass up!Check out their pricing for catered pans of food. It's been a welcome change to our usual party spread.
4 based on 26 reviews
200 feet down a long hall from the main Westin atrium. The food was very good as was service. I had teriyaki chicken. It seems a bit "tacky" from the physical environment but don't be put off.
4 based on 265 reviews
I've traveled a lot and anyone who travels gets familiar with O-Hare. When Wicker Park Seafood & Sushi first opened I was very happy to get great Sushi while on long layovers and I frequented the place. Great food and good wine at high prices but at least good stuff. This became one of my favorites. So it was a real disappointment when my wife and I had a recent layover and went here expecting good things. The middle aged woman who "served" us acted as if we were a burden. We had to literally go looking for her when we wanted service and it wasn't like she was busy with customers. I could see her just talking with coworkers. And she knew she wasn't paying any attention to us because she refused eye contact when we tried to engage her. The food was and always has been very good. But now it is overpriced even by restaurant standards in airports. But the real kick was the drink pricing. If you can even figure it out because they only post wine prices. The surprise comes with the bill. I get that airports always gouge on drinks but Wicker Park has taken this to a new level I am calling an outright rip off. We paid $19 for a little tiny vodka gimlet that, I swear, didn't have 3 ounces of liquid in the glass. When we asked if that was an accurate charge the waitress didn't bother to check. She just said everyone complains, shrugged her shoulders and walked away. Wine is now $15 for a measly 6 oz. pour. Where does this end? Enough is enough. We're done. No more Wicker and no more frequenting any of these airport rip offs. We'll be packing a lunch and little drink bottles from now on. To be fair the food here is very good so those who prepare it are not a part of the problem. This is a Management/owner issue. Greed kills all enterprises my friends. To you owners I say, shame on you. And to the server who obviously does not like her job I say, please find other work and let someone who enjoys this work do the job.
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