Reviews on Asian food in Dover, Delaware, United States. With NASCAR at the Speedway, harness racing at Dover Downs, 10 nationally recognized museums, plus historical attractions galore, it's easy to see why the capital of Delaware is a great weekend destination. Check out the world's largest cargo plane, stationed at Dover Air Force Base, or explore the beginnings of recorded sound at the Johnson Victrola Museum. It's the perfect time to visit the Biggs Museum of Art, which is running a special exhibition to celebrate its 10th anniversary. "Artful Living: the Legacy of Sewell C. Biggs" features fine and decorative art gems from the private collection of the local patron and museum namesake. Also worth a visit: the Delaware Agricultural Museum and the John Dickinson Plantation, where staff, dressed in period costume, explain and reenact life in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Round out the day with a meander around Green and Loockerman Streets downtown. Lined with historic Colonial and Victorian buildings, plus specialty book, candle and jewelry stores, it's a great place to shop or sample the local fare at a neighborhood cafe or restaurant.
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3 based on 15 reviews
My husband and I stopped by here while we were in Dover visiting family. From the outside, the restaurant looks quaint and homey. When we went in the carpets were stained and dirty looking and the decorations were covered in dust. There were no other guests in the restaurant and the two older ladies (owner and server) quickly seated us and took our order. We ordered iced water, unsweet tea, spring rolls, house salads, and the seafood tum yum soup. When we got our drinks, the water had a yellowish color and the tea was soured, we actually wound up ordering canned drinks; the spring rolls were burnt and very greasy. The salad was wilted and brown, and tasted like old onions. Although the soup had a decent flavor, the mushrooms were mushy and had dark spots throughout them, as if they were on the verge of molding. When we complained to the server, her response was, "She's the cook, I just work here." We will not be returning.
Very good Flavors fresh crisp vegetables and plentiful portionsFacility not the greatest especially if you eat there and their alarm siren goes off everytime the door opens but the food makes up for itBoneless spareribs with pork fried rice very good with fresh bean sprouts and onion in the fried rice and pork ribs tips tender and tastyI would come back again
4 based on 14 reviews
Great food. People always so friendly. I've been getting food her for 15 years and they have never made a mistake on my order.
This place offers delicious Vietnamese food at a fair price. What they charge here is very reasonable, compared to the Vietnamese restaurant in Rehoboth Beach which charges $18 for a bowl of Pho!During this visit I had the vermecelli noddle with pork. It came with a great dressing and aromatic pork with charred aroma for about $9. Strongly recommended.
4 based on 61 reviews
Whenever I go to the beach, I always make sure that I come here and enjoy the food here. The food choice is eclectic. You can either fully indulge but if you are health conscious, you still can find items here that you can both enjoy and feel good about. On this particular day, after I enjoyed a great meal (they served crab with crab roes for dinner), I spent some time in the parking lot and drove away. Then I realized that I did not have my phone with me. Panicked, I drove back to the parking lot to look for it. Then I rushed into the restaurant asking to borrow their phone to call my number and see if anyone had found it. Winston loaned me the phone. I called my number and no one picked up. I went back to the parking lot to look for it and Winston followed me out and offered me to call my number again in the parking lot. Eventually we were able to trace the ring sound to locate my phone. I am very grateful. Not only does this place provide me good food to eat, but they also have gone above and beyond to take care of their customers. Kudos. A truly five-star experience here.
4 based on 54 reviews
Well-known in Dover as the place for All You Can Eat Sushi for $20 a person, it's not really a bargain. The quality of the sushi is "buffet" - little fresh fish. Frankly, the two Chinese Buffet restaurants in town have sushi of the same grade at about 1/2 the price. Service (for drinks) was slow. I'm unlikely to return.
4 based on 85 reviews
My husband likes the food here so while we were nearby, I thought we could sit down and enjoy a meal. It was around 2pm so the lunch crowd had gone and there were 6 customers seated.I ordered the Wonton Soup (good but a little salty) and the General Tso's Chicken (good). He ordered Scallops and broccoli that was very good from my taste test!The menu was more extensive than I anticipated. I was surprised that my husband did not order some sushi which he enjoys. The service was efficient with consistent checks if we needed anything!
4 based on 78 reviews
The service was good, but we were the only people in the place. Pretty dead for a Saturday afternoon. Food was pretty bland. No soup or salad offered with the basic meal.Not sure where the other reviews are coming from? We eat out in Dover every weekend, first time we stopped here in awhile, and it will be a lot longer before we return. If I am hungry for Asian Cuisine there are at many other places in Dover I would stop before coming back here.
4 based on 93 reviews
Extensive Asian menu with about 15 or so Korean choices. Tried a Chef's Special Japchao which is listed as a stir fried potato noodle with assorted vegetables. Very generous serving, but bland. Requested and received two small bowls of hot sauce which helped but the flavor was just not there.Small typical side dishes in Korean style were also lacking flavor. One contained steamed broccoli. Not very Korean
4 based on 48 reviews
First time visiting the west Dover Chaiyo. Clean restaurant, attentive servers, great food. We split an order of spiced mussels-I love mussels and just about elbowed the hubby so I could eat the majority! Not splitting next time. We both got pad thai-me:chicken, him:beef. Both really good and enough for take home. Have to go back and try more selections!
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