Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany. Darmstadt (German pronunciation: [ˈdaʁmʃtat] ( listen)) is a city in the state of Hesse in Germany, located in the southern part of the Rhine-Main-Area (Frankfurt Metropolitan Region). Darmstadt has a population around 150,000 (2013). The Darmstadt Larger Urban Zone has 430,993 inhabitants.
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4 based on 14 reviews
I frequently visit Darmstadt on business. I tried many of the Asian restaurants but had many disappointments. Last week I "stumbled" on the newly opened White Lotus Restaurant. I had the classical Pho Ga (chicken noodle soup) and was very happy to see that it tasted like home made soup with the right spice combination and served in the traditional Vietnamese way. No MSG at all! The service was very good as well and I plan to visit again in my next visit to Darmstadt bring some friends and try the other dish in the menu. I am very happy that finally some real Vietnamese food is available in Darmstadt!
4 based on 27 reviews
Wonderful combination restaurant with buffet hot and cold Chinese and other Asian food. Topped by an amazing selection of fresh raw meat and fish that you can combine anyway you want and take it with your place number to the grill counter. Open all day, so after the lunch rush, if you can, is a very quite time to go. The selection is amazing including Sushi. Even in the quiet afternoons they try and keep up with replenishing the dishes as they run-out. Only problem is that you stuff yourself ! I am now a once a week regular.
4 based on 17 reviews
The food here was lovely. The menu is of course in German and we don't speak German and the waiter and waitress speak very little English. Our waitress was so helpful and between us we chose 2 really delicious meals. The atmosphere is cosy and I would definitely eat here again. The price is extremely reasonable for very high quality food!
4 based on 57 reviews
This place offers quite delicious Vietnamese food. The green papaya salad with meat was spicy and refreshing at the same time, the summer rolls with prawns light but enough to make you feel satisfied. Last not least the pried banana with honey and the ananas with icecream were the perfect ending for a really nice meal. Service was very friendly, prices really affordable. Parking spots exclusive for the restaurant is available.
4 based on 76 reviews
As I teach freelance English early evenings close to lemongrass my next stop is always there. The food, portions and service are excellent. Very, very popular place surrounded by office buildings so no end of customers. Being the only restaurant in the area helps. As I am now a happy regular my drink arrives without asking and they know what I want to order. They even suggest alternatives so I don't get bored. Free street parking is not bad.
4 based on 48 reviews
I will never recommend this place to anyone. Ever. I only went there because of the good reviews here, so I fell that I have the moral obligation to leave a honest review. I was there with my wife on the evening of May, 9th of 2015.To be fair, the food was good. We have no complains regarding the food. The miso soup was better than average, and the sushi was tasty and fresh.I was really hungry, and my wife was too. That hunger turned into disappointment when we saw the small portion sizes -- the sushi rolls were really minuscule, we don't know about the other kinds of dishes, but sushi portions, even the large ones, were much smaller than they appeared in the menu. Maybe they are enough if you are a broken hipster in your early 20's looking for a quick snack, but if you are a grown up looking for a real meal on a Saturday night with your lady, then you are in for a disappointment. My reservation was for 20:00 (8 pm) and we arrived in a timely manner, as always. The waitresses were nice and took care of our orders pretty quickly. Drinks and first course were quickly served. Main courses, however, took FOREVER. We were served our main courses ca. 21:10, exactly one hour after ordering them. Since it took forever for this order to come through we didn't even thought of ordering more. In the end we left hungry and headed to the supermarket that neighbors the place (Rewe) to get some food to eat at home.Another negative point was that it was quite crowded and the tables are too close together. It felt like having dinner with complete strangers at your table. If you know Germans then you know they like to stare. "Stare the foreigner" is practically a national sport in Germany. I don't usually mind this in public transportation and such, but during a meal that was supposed to be leisure time with my wife this was particularly distressing. Of course this restaurant bears no responsibility with respect to German culture and way of life, but the close proximity of tables made that particularly annoying German trait worse.Overall, terrible experience. As I said, I don't recommend this place to anyone.
4 based on 79 reviews
I took 30 training participants out for dinner here and I have to say that if you don't speak German (which none of us did) the initial instructions on how to order are rather confusing! Having said that it was certainly an experience and, once we got into the swing of it, the food came quickly and in large amounts. Getting small plates almost Tapas-style worked really well for the number of people in the group and everybody enjoyed what they ordered. I would recommend this as something a little different to your usual Chinese / Asian "all you can eat" buffets.
4 based on 206 reviews
Chicken was slimey, duck was dry, tried the custom mongolian grill too. You have to wait infront of the cook for your custom combination of ingridients.That Chicken was slimey, and not fully cooked too. On top of that the waiter seemed very sullen and the price is about twice as high as asian buffets usually cost.Plus their Menu has a sentence where they tell you that you have to pay even more if you return the plate with too much food left on it..My advice, avoid at all cost.
4 based on 77 reviews
So there i was lost in Darmstadt. I found a wifi to get connected, opened the app and looked for restaurants in my vicinity. I felt like Japanese food and there it was towards the top of the list with excelkent reviews... that are very well deserved. Small and cosy place in a side street. Friendly waiter and attentive staff, simple menu with a mix of Japanese and Korean dishes. I went for half and half and was rewarded with hot miso soup and a delicious simple sesame marinated beef on a bed of steamed vegetables and rice. And even the price was totally right. I will definitely go there again and you should too!
4 based on 220 reviews
It's edible, but a joy it isn't. The portions are huge, if that's what you like. The dishes aren't good, however. The curries are to be avoided - just milky mess, rather than the cleverly made Thai style where the coconut oil separates out. If you must eat here, go simple, so a stir-fry.
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