Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Framingham. Framingham /ˈfreɪmɪŋˌhæm/ ( listen) is a city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States. Incorporated in 1700, it is located within Middlesex County and the MetroWest subregion of the Greater Boston metropolitan area. The city proper covers 25 square miles (65 km) with an estimated population of 68,318 in 2010, making it the 14th most populous municipality in Massachusetts. Residents voted in favor of adopting a charter to transition from a representative town meeting system to a mayor–council government in April 2017, and the municipality transitioned to city status on January 1, 2018.
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3 based on 79 reviews
Consistently good over more than 20 years, when we first ate here when the kids were little guys and would beg for âLotus Flowerâ for a special treat. Not gourmet and not too authentic for American tastes (although you can get spicy cold sliced tendon, if you are adventurous) - but just right for a satisfying meal. The hot and sour soup was respectable, the soup dumplings were good, and the Moo shi Peking duck was very satisfactory. My server was excellent and hustled to make sure everything was perfect.
4 based on 34 reviews
Recommended by a business associate.Food was delicious.One of our party is gluten free and was thrilled to find out that our waiter was the son of the owners and is a registered dietician who works full time at a major medical center. The son convinced his father, the cook, to modify many recipes so they are gluten free.Gluten free dinner companion was beyond happy to find so many offerings and was very pleased with the dishes offered.The rest of us ordered off the regular menu - everything prepared very well and we enjoyed our visit. Looking forward to our meal when we are in the area.
4 based on 47 reviews
This place fills a need. It's got very good chow, is comfortable, casual and since its very large there is never a wait for a table. Loved the lobster with ginger and scallions, egg rolls, spicy green beans,rainbow maki, won ton soup, sashimi, shanghai noodles, dumplings. Hot tea. Good service.
4 based on 13 reviews
Full Authentic Indian Cuisine with great ambience and kids friendly environment. It also has bakery with fresh cookies, cakes and snacks. To add on, it has full service bar with variety of drinks.
Easily one of the best buffet i have ever had and the best in the Worcester, Firmingham areas. New items were very refreshing to see.. masala idly, shrikhand for dessert were very good. Chutney could've been better. Biriyani was very tasty. Would recommend Indians living around here to visit once atleast just to relish the great food.
4 based on 43 reviews
Welcome India offers delicious dining, takeout and delivery to Framingham, MA. Welcome India is a cornerstone in the Framingham community and has been recognized for its outstanding Indian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff. Our Indian restaura
This unassuming little restaurant in the side of Route 9 produces a very tasty range of high quality Punjabi dishes. I have sampled many of them over the years and they are all good. It seems amazing that something simple like a tomato soup can be turned into such a taste treat with expert use of Indian spices. If you want spicy hot, just ask; you can also ask for authentic âvery hotâ (my preference) but this is not for the faint of heart! Service is always excellent.
4 based on 28 reviews
Have gone twice in two weeks for dinner... have ordered ramen and sushi dinner. Sushi was basic maki rolls that were ok, somewhat thin. Good quality ingredients but ordinary results. Waiter brought us a grilled squid appetizer without requested teriyaki and then made a mess of the redo. Not auspicious.
4 based on 199 reviews
Went here as a group of family for dinner. I used to live in Japan and can be a bit of a food snob with Japanese food but was very happily surprised to have such a delicious Japanese meal on the east coast! We ordered a ton of dishes and shared everything. We loved the fluke starter with yuzu sauce, kinutemaki, nasu dengaku, tempura, gyoza, and maki. The agedashi tofu was good, but a little more firm tofu than I prefer. I preferred ogaâs cold appetizers and maki rolls to the nigiri but everything was good. Definitely a place where sharing style eating works well!
4 based on 103 reviews
I would never have thought to try this restaurant, but it was recommended to me by 3 different people. From the outside, it is not very attractive, and it's located in downtown Framingham. That being said, once you get inside, it's a pleasant restaurant. The food is consistently delicious, and the service is good. I have now had a number of lunches and dinners there, and enjoyed every one. I had the chicken with curry sauce. I'm not good with things that are too spicy, and they made the dish mild for me. It was perfect.
4 based on 265 reviews
Minado provides an amazing variety of sushi, seafood and shellfish in its buffet restaurant. They have dozens of kinds of sushi rolls, sashimi, yakitori of all kinds (shrimp, squid, teriyaki chicken) as well as roasted and deep fried whole fish like pollock or haddock, a whole Chilean sea bass and an entire array of salads with seaweed, eggplant, asparagus, lettuce and kimchi and mixed salads of all kinds.They also have and entire dumpling area with shrimp, crab, and pork dumplings and a while shellfish area with crab, clams, mussels, shrimp and many other types of cold and warm shellfish dishes.The dessert bar is also pretty good with fruit and jello options and a soft serve ice cream machine with vanilla and chocolate ice cream.If you can't find something you like, you just don't like seafood!Pricing is fixed price all-you-can-eat with lunch at $17.95 Monday-Friday and $21.95 on Sat.-Sun. and holidays.Dinner is $31.95 on Mon.-Fri. and $33.95 on Sat.-Sun. and holidays.Kids are priced by height--half price for 5ft and over, quarter priced for 4 feet or shorter and free for 3 feet and under!Well worth it--everything is very fresh and the place is very clean with friendly and helpful service.Be prepared to arrive early as it gets very crowded at the buffet sometimes.Plan to be there at the opening at 11:45 or noon for lunch and 6PM for dinner service on Mon.-Fri. And by 5PM on Sat.-Sun.They serve lunch until 2:15PM Mon-Fri. and 3PM other days and dinner until 9:15PM Mon.-Thurs. and until 9:30PM on Fri.-Sat. And 9PM on Sunday. Be sure to get there to start eating at least a half hour before closing time.Great place for a large family or group. They also serve drinks including beer, wine and sake.Good place to go before if after shopping at the Natick malls, but be sure to bring an appetite--so many things to choose from.
4 based on 210 reviews
Such great Chinese food! I always get the soup... we order the egg drop and add won tons... like the egg drop broth better than the peppery won ton broth. Shrimp with black bean sauce, house special fried rice. Service is fast and friendly. Who needs a view when the food is this good!
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