Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Naperville. Consistently rated as one of the top places to live in America by Money Magazine, Naperville is a family-friendly suburb. Take a walk downtown along the Riverwalk and dine at one of Naperville's many great restaurants or learn about the history of the city at Naper Settlement.
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4 based on 21 reviews
Welcome to J Korean Restaurant From our humble beginning,(formerly known as " ToFu Village ) J Korean Restaurant has served the people of Naperville,IL. authentic and fresh Korean cuisine. At our establishment,we cook from the heart and incorporate authen
At first I thought this place was going to be a regret. Small menu, after our rice cake it seemed like we got left behind being the solo guests. Then...BAM! (Yes, I said BAM)...Our Seafood Pancake was bigger than my head. It was full of octopus and veggies. Then the over a dozen banchan then our tofu kimchi beef soup and seafood bibimbap came. I lost track of time then suddenly...walking back to my car in the parking lot seemed like an impossibility.
4 based on 92 reviews
Did a late Mother's Day dinner with my two children. Chose this place because I can am fond of noodles, and there are a lot of other Asian food to choose from- Chinese, Vietnamese, Thailand and Malaysian dishes. The menu has a broad selection and does not show the pricesHad a lot of leftovers so have requested to Hv it wrapped/packed to go but was very disapponited that the Korean beef is not included in the bag.Will not go back
4 based on 62 reviews
First of all it is clean with nice serviceStandard menu with few surprises.Lunch is a particularly good deal We like it because we know what we will be getting.
4 based on 72 reviews
I live in the city so I never would have found Mapo on my own. But my Chinese family likes to go here on New Year's Day, so we headed over here as a group. I did see a comment about it not being "real Chinese", but I can say that my sister-in-law, who was born in Xi'an and lived there until her 30's (her family still lives there--she's the only one who resides in the US) has said this is her favorite Chinese restaurant. It reminds her of food she would have in China. And while there are some great dishes here--the country style beef is my favorite, and I don't usually like beef dishes--I was not about to try the pig intestine that even the other Americans said was not bad.
4 based on 79 reviews
Saturday night with my daughter's family at Kiku Japanese Steakhouse. We have eaten at several Japanese Steakhouse restaurants in the Western Suburbs. Kiku's is not the very best I have experienced, but it is a close second. The chef show was what you would expect and it was well executed. The food was very good with some interesting twists. I thought quantities were not as huge as some other restaurants. Their vegetable rice was interesting, but not my favorite. The other courses were well cooked and tasty. I had hibachi steak and scallops. I liked their vegetable course, the ginger salad was one of the best I have had and the miso soup was excellent. All in all an enjoyable evening.
4 based on 48 reviews
Small family owned business and first thai restaurant in downtown Naperville established 1989
Four adults and a toddler ate here for an early evening meal and we couldnât fault anything. The service was excellent and the food matched that. We shared three fabulous starters and each of us had different mains and everyone had the same fantastic experience. A return visit will most certainly take place
4 based on 48 reviews
Our family has dined at Wild Tuna many times. Their Tuna Tower is excellent! The chef, Gene, is very innovative and creative. Believe it or not, they have pork belly tacos on the menu that are the best tacos I have ever enjoyed. Unagi and all their sushi is the best ever. Super service, always family members on duty to guarantee excellent service.This is a repeat review. We have been many more times, and my original review is spot on. Wild Tuna is excellent!!
4 based on 67 reviews
I don't like sushi. I've never tried it but the thought of raw fish just doesn't do a thing for me....however....some friends convinced me to try this place with them anyway, saying they have other Asian dishes than sushi so I went. I'm glad I did! First, about the place. It's very bright and not huge and there's not a lot of space for people to wait for a table but they do have chairs so you can sit if you're fast enough and manage to grab one. It's also pretty noisy but it's not horrible. Everything is clean and inviting and that rotary thing is really interesting as is the pricing of plates. It was very busy when we arrived so we had to wait like 45 minutes to be seated near the rotary (it's optional seating) but it wasn't that bad. Now about the food.....If it's your first time at this place, it's helpful to try and go with someone who has so they can explain how it works. If you want to get sushi, it's all on the rotary which circles around past you if you choose a table on the rotary. The plates are color coded with different prices per color. They also have little signs on the rotary that explains what each dish is. If you see some sushi that you think you'd like, you open your little window and retrieve it from the belt on the rotary. It's that simple. Now the menu.....You can also order off the extensive menu that includes a multitude of dishes other than sushi....appetizers, main dishes of different types, fried rice, etc. I ended up getting the shrimp on a skewer, the fried rice to which I added beef and the vegetable tempura with shrimp. The skewered shrimp was very good...a little over done and kind of tough but good flavor. The fried rice was exceptional but DO NOT...UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES...ADD THE BEEF. The beef was cut too big (you don't get knives at this place) and it was so tough, I could hardly eat it. That being said, the rice itself was amazing...moist and flavorful...and it had corn in it which I had never seen before in fried rice but it was good. The vegetable tempura was really good. The shrimp was battered and fried just right. It also had battered and fried sweet potato slices, two huge mushrooms and some strips of eggplant. It was very good as well. Now for the big surprise....The menu said they had creme brule there which I thought was a big unusual for a place with Asian cuisine and I really wanted to try it. I was NOT prepared for the best creme brule I have ever had. It was very creamy without being runny and the crust on the top was perfect. There was a slice of strawberry on top which was the perfect addition to this great dessert and instead of one of those little ramekins that they have at other places, this was in a sizeable dish and you got quite a bit. I highly recommend it.So if you aren't really into sushi but your friends want to go here, go with them. You'll like it anyway. :)
4 based on 118 reviews
We are a local Japanese restaurant that strives to live up to the best way of life, including providing the best customer service possible. As Shinto means "the way of the gods", we carry on to make sure each meal is prepared with great care so that all o
Arrived without reservations at 4:45pm. The entire sushi side was reserved. We were sitted at a high table near the bar. We were initially concerned about being forgotten by the staff because of our location but we were promptly served. The up -to-half prices on selected rolls and happy hour specials is a fantastic deal.
4 based on 62 reviews
Blue Sushi Sake Grill unites creative ingredients with energetic vibes, premium cold sake with happy moments to give you a fresh and fun new way to experience sushi.
We wanted to get out of town for a day trip and Naperville is always a great place to take a drive! We stumbled upon this jewel! Service was fantastic. The server was very knowledgeable and helpful. Drink selection was impressive! And of course the Sushi was amazing! I love that they even had vegetarian and vegan rolls! We will be back!
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