Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Big Bear City, California, United States. Big Bear City is an unincorporated town in San Bernardino County, California, United States along the east shore of Big Bear Lake and surrounded by the San Bernardino National Forest. It is located 27 miles (43 km) northeast of the city of San Bernardino, and immediately east of the incorporated city of Big Bear Lake. Its population was 12,304 at the 2010 census, up from 5,779 at the 2000 census. The makeup of Big Bear City is mostly residential with smaller houses and cabins laid out in typical square block fashion.
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3 based on 25 reviews
Came here for dinner on a weekend getaway. My husband I love thai and japanese food. I ordered chicken teriyaki over fried rice, and i didnt even recognize my dish. My rice was literally drenched in sauce...it looked more like slop, and the chicken was bland. My huband ordered shrimp tom yum. There was literally only two pieces of shrimp in his soup. IÂ dont know about the sushi, because we didnt try any, but after our experience i dont see us coming back.
4 based on 19 reviews
What an amazing place! Food quality was excellent! The staff were equally amazing! They definitely know how to prepare sauces! After having the poulet a la creme, which was amazing, I came back and tried the duck a lâorange. Weâll be coming back for more! They definitely know how to prepare sauces! I canât wait to try out the rest of the menu!
3 based on 83 reviews
We came here for lunch and I was pleasantly surprised that the yellow curry dish was quite tasty. It was spicy enough for my palate and had a decent amount of chicken, potatoes, and carrots in the dish. My husband had the satay chicken skewers and he thought they were okay. If we are visiting in Big Bear again, we will definitely come back and try some other dishes.
My wife and I have eaten here off and on for years. It has changed names but has the same owner. The food several years ago used to be very good and they had a Mongolian BBQ table that was excellent. However, they no longer offer the BBQ table and the food overall is just average to mediocre. My wife still eats here occasionally when she wants something specific however, we no longer regularly eat here due to the food being nothing special today.
3 based on 19 reviews
We went for the teppan. The lowest price price was $18 for tofu and veggies it was very flavorful. The rest of the teppan menu was above $23 for one meat or seafood and over $27 for two meats for one person. The meals for all but the tofu one had shrimp appetizer while all had had soup, salad, veggie appetizer, and steamed rice. The soup was lukewarm and the dressing to the salad was a little bitter. If we wanted fried ice it would be an extra charge of $2.50 each person. Drinks were also pricey and limited to one refill except for hot tea and water. There was a separate menu for sushi and other meals but we were not offered that menu. Most teppan restaurants have only one menu that offers all their menu items The main meals were flavorful but I wouldn't go back because of the price.
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