Reviews on Asian food in Foxborough, Massachusetts, United States. Foxborough is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States, about 22 miles (35 km) southwest of Boston and 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Providence, Rhode Island. Foxborough is part of the Boston metropolitan statistical area. The population was 16,865 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 93 reviews
House of Fortune is my favorite Asian place. I eat there or get take out several times a year. The food is fresh and prepared perfectly. They have great sushi! The atmosphere is casual but very nice. The service is prompt. The presentation of food on the plate is lovely. Highly recommended! Long wait on holidays....so go early!
4 based on 40 reviews
If you are looking for authenticity and to explore the variety of flavorful dishes non-Americanized Chinese food has to offer, then please try this restaurant. My girlfriend (from Southern China) loves Sichuan Gourmet as it really has the most authentic Chinese cuisine in Sharon and surrounding towns. Both of us love the spicy ingredients and bold flavors of Sichuan-type foods, and we make it a point to indulge here at least once every few weeks. If you want to branch out from Alice's or Chinatown, this is a great place to try (also has cheap and really good drinks).
4 based on 42 reviews
Over many years we've enjoyed food from Quan's, whether delivered/picked up from Mansfield or from their fancier North Attleboro eat-in restaurant. I have never been disappointed, which is amazing, as they have an extensive menu, and I always notice how really fresh the individual ingredients taste. On the phone, they are professional, friendly, and delivery, should you choose it, is pretty darn quick. Prices are very fair, especially considering you always know what to expect. By far my top choice for Chinese in the nearest 3 counties. By the way, should you happen to be in their Mansfield store, be sure to notice the fine art photography of one of the Quans.
4 based on 48 reviews
Been coming here for many years and enjoying the best Chinese/American food in the area.Very consistent with many people, servers and cooks, the same year after year.Love the hot and sour soup and shrimp/calamari items. Usual dishes like Kung Pao, General Gau, moo sho excel.Very reasonable prices and large beer list. Very casual with large area following.
4 based on 44 reviews
Me and my wife stopped here last week. We live in Attleboro, MA. Not around the corner but it was near my wife's job, so we met for dinner.I arrived early and had a couple Mai Tai's and they were pretty good. Staff was pretty friend and the service was good.I tried there house fried rice and my wife ordered an assortment of sushi. California Roll, Spicy Tuna and I believe the Love Roll.Being avid sushi fans we both thought they were very good. They add a little extra wasabi in the rolls and we like that.We'll be back again for sure.
4 based on 25 reviews
We fancied a chinese so selected this place as it was close to our hotel. It wasn't overly busy which meant we got seated very quickly.Drinks and food came quite quickly . The standard of food was poor. It tasted like it had been previously cooked.
4 based on 63 reviews
Had the all you can eat sushi and it was very good! I think it was the Vincent roll that was super good. Good service, small but Friendly... See what I did there? You will once you visit and are a real New Englander. Just don't order a Fribble for dessert.
3 based on 129 reviews
We traveled here to Gillette Stadium for a concert, along with more than 65,000 other people â â we came a little early to grab a bite to eat and found extremely long lines at every restaurant, Saga was no different. Although larger than it appears from curbside, considering the venue it catered to, there wasnât a tremendous amount of seating available. We grabbed a drink at the bar prior to obtaining our seats â â not the quickest bartenders but the drinks were good and reasonably priced, especially for the location of the place and for the fact they had a captive audience which was forced to pay much much much higher prices for Lots of things, such as parking!Although we peered into the hibachi rooms which seem to be lively and filled with satisfied customers, we chose the regular menu and sat in a different area. We started with gyozas and scallion pancakesâ nothing fancy but tasty just the same, and brought in a reasonable amount of time. The accompanying dipping sauce to both was an upgrade from the usual plain soy sauce to a viscous slightly sweet alternative which wasnât half bad.The specialty sushi rolls were actually very tasty â â moderately priced with the average being $14-$15. Nothing particularly signature but no complaints.Although the place was packed and the atmosphere slightly chaotic due to the quick in and out of the crowds looking to get to the music on time, we werenât pressured to get up and the waitress was pleasant and relatively quickGood enough to go back to and see how things roll on a nonevent night
4 based on 72 reviews
Can't get a good meal if you have a seafood allergy. I ended up with steamed vegetables and chicken with rice. Not very exciting or tasteful.
4 based on 74 reviews
First time here meeting friends at a mid-way point. Selected by friend based on good reviews. Friends had arrived ahead and already had water and an appetizer. Waiter took our order for drinks and then appeared to forget about us - no drinks, not even water. Finally an older gentleman who may have been owner or manager came over and asked and then we got our drinks and were able to order. Everyone but me was happy with their food. I ordered the imperial duck, and while the flavor was very nice and the veggies were plentiful and nice and crisp, the duck was terrible. Very thinly sliced little pieces full of fat, bristle and sharp pieces of bone - nothing imperial about it at all and hardly worth the premium price. Used to be restaurants would serve nice thick meaty pieces of duck but this is the second restaurant I've been recently that has used this cheap substitution. If we go back I'll stick to basic dishes until they change their duck.
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