Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Temecula. Centrally located near all of Southern California’s major cities, Temecula Valley is the region’s wine country — with 40+ wineries offering everything from tours and events to restaurants and early-morning hot air balloon flights featuring panoramic views. Visitors also enjoy a wide range of outdoor recreational activities; the largest casino in the state at Pechanga Resort Casino; and a historic Old Town featuring wooden boardwalks, artisanal shops and restaurants, and a bustling nightlife.
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4 based on 22 reviews
Happy, indeed, when we walked into this establishment at around 3:45 PM on a nice Saturday afternoon. Prior to this visit we had never fears of it, and we been around the Temecula area 2+ years. Much to our delight we came to find out we had arrived between 3-6 PM, for their 7 days a week Happy Hour. Before we even venture into unknown territory, we did use Yelp, for we were not about to walk voluntarily into a dud of unknown proportions.Phiby? greeted us at this quiet hour of our arrival, with a heart warming smile, and a pleasant disposition, and upon being seated mentioned that all appetizers were $5. So we mostly concentrated on that part of the menu.I should add that the place was nicely decorated, with temple like qualities, that I am sure are conducive to a fine experience.We order 5 appetizers to start the show, at 5 each we figured how could we go wrong. Must point out that we mostly shied away from their Sushi offerings, that apparently is well liked.Summer Rolls, two cut each in half, with an enticing sauce. Freshly made (I would hope so!) with part Pork, and part crunchy vegetables. Deep fried Calamari, the coating light and crispy, and brought piping hot to our hands. It seemed all the pieces were uniform in size, no tentacles, etc. Still, we ordered this one again, since a good fried Calamari is no daily occurrence.Pork Egg Rolls. Somewhat darker than the ideal tone, but good enough to where we also order this choice again. 5 Egg Rolls per order. Lemon Grass Beef, very soft Beef covering the lemon grass plant? I ended up eating most of it in our party of 3, two beautiful ladies and one not so beautiful man who happens to be me.Sushi Ribeye, cut paper thin and apparently uncooked. On the menu is listed at $12 each, so curiosity did the rest. Actually a very light, probably one or two ounces at the most, but ver easy to enjoy.Won Ton Soup with Chicken wontons, the broth very light, won tons with chicken inside, very small but somewhat plump. Broth had the consistency of water, but the taste was all its own, with plenty of spinach? leaves floating about.We did not try any of their regular menu entrees, that fluctuated between $12 to $18, but chances are a second visit will be in order. Place looked nice and clean, bathrooms specially so on both sexes. Large statue of Buddha inviting any one to chant inwardly an uplifting mantra. Water had no after taste, which is always a good thing. Service at the hands of exotic looking Phebe? was ever present and truly friendly. Bill was $46 plus, and 20% went to our lovely host. Overall, a nice time with decent food. Bamboo House merits a return visit. 4 Stars.
4 based on 39 reviews
I was impressed at how decent this restaurant was. The food was pretty good. It's hard to find a good Thai restaurant. The beef larb past my husband expectation level. The papaya salad was good except the green beans over powered the papaya and it created an unusual scent. If order this, ask them to skip the green beans. The panang curry, I was expecting more veggies besides peas and red bell peppers. The sticky rice was served in sandwich bags which looked like it has been heated in the steamer or stayed warm in the rice cooker. I was hoping the sticky rice was served in bamboo basket. Other than that, I would return here and explore other dishes. Also, it's a small place.
4 based on 28 reviews
The arrival/start were slow, but quickly became a terrific experience after the kitchen helped the only server to get things moving. The dim sum offerings were extensive, delicious, and quickly served. Entrees included half duck, and sesame chicken, both very good (duck skin could be more crisp). The birthday dessert of sesame balls and ice cream was a very nice finish. We were satiated and took some leftovers home. Ambiance/decor is upscale nice. Excellent value.
4 based on 67 reviews
This place can get crowded for dinner. We always go for a late lunch. It is so fun to watch your chef cook your food right in front of you. The fried rice is delicious. The steak and seafood are both great options. It is fun for all ages that are old enough to sit still. When we went one of our pieces of tempura was broken (and missing half of the vegetable). We reported it, and they brought us a whole new plate. We also enjoy the sushi there.
4 based on 77 reviews
P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum
Best happy hour in town! So I ordered a margarita but ordered dinner off regular menu. I enjoyed the miso glazed salmon served with steamed bok choy and brown rice. Meal was spectacular and the service was phenomenal, thanks to Talon. He made tonight a wonderful dining experience.
4 based on 31 reviews
We were craving for a hot soup so we stoped at rocking ramen, shrimp appetizer was very good, soup was good, service good, weâll be back
4 based on 41 reviews
Local who doesn't fully appreciate the sushi concept suggests: try the "cowboy". Not bad! Of course, your sushi comrades will needle you, but that's o.k. At least you can participate.
4 based on 49 reviews
Thai Kitchen is an authentic Thai restaurant that offers fresh and flavorful traditional Thai dishes, a pleasant dining atmosphere, and friendly staff. Our meals are prepared using only the freshest ingredients for a bold, flavorful finish. Some of our mo
This is my go to Thai place after the Bangkok Chef sold his place. The food here is always reliable. Well flavored, and the staff are always pleasant and not intrusive. Prices are good, and if you look around, you can usually find a coupon for this place.
4 based on 33 reviews
We wanted to try something new at Pechanga and Umi looked great! Made reservations thru OpenTable for 8:00PM Saturday. Everything was outstanding and we tried a lot! of variety! Sure beats Blazing Noodles and the Food Court.
4 based on 67 reviews
I would have to say that Chin's is the best Chinese restaurant in the Temecula/Murrieta valley offering quality fresh ingredients with good flavor. The vegetables are all cooked to precisely the right time, leaving them with the perfect firmness and nutrient value intact. The spicy dishes are unfortunately not spicy enough, in fact in some cases not at all. If you like a traditional spicy dish, I would suggest asking the waiter to have the cooks make it spicier, otherwise you'll be dipping into the hot mustard a great deal. Service is usually nice, although a little slow at times. The ambiance of the restaurant is quite nice. They have some large family tables with the lazy susan in the middle which makes for great family style eating.
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