Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Hedgesville, West Virginia, United States. Hedgesville is a town in Berkeley County, West Virginia, in the state's Eastern Panhandle region. The population was 318 at the 2010 census.
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The best pizza around. This is a family owned and operates pizzeria. What you get when you go there is great customer service and fantastic food every time. I highly recommend giving them a try.
4 based on 58 reviews
I wish I could give a zero! This is the first time reviews on tripAdvisor have ever let me down. Ordered online takeout, which was convenient. (That is the only positive). My husband had Peking duck which was dried out and flavorless. The fried pork wonton appeared to have been previously fried, then fried again when ordered. I ordered General Tso chicken, granted I ordered ânot spicyâ, but I didnât think that would mean tasteless. The coating was actually mushy and the chicken dry. I have had better Chinese food from a hospital cafeteria.
3 based on 52 reviews
Good meal!! I had Seafood Combo hibachi, husband had Filet Mingon and scallops. Both very tasty. They even made my meal without mushrooms, due to an allergy, and didn't make me uncomfortable about it at all. Chef was friendly and gave a good performance. Definitely plan to return in the future.
4 based on 72 reviews
We decided to give Peking a try for an early lunch. The woman who greeted us was very friendly and seated us promptly. We were given an ample amount of time to look over the menu before she returned. She answered all of our questions and made sure to clarify if we wanted the dish how most Chinese people prefer or if we preferred it Americanized. This was a key moment for me. You can tell when you are in a real authentic place when they are willing to ask you that up front. I have seen many places fail trying to pass Americanized Chinese food off as authentic. Peking is most definitely authentic but they are willing to accommodate those seeking a more American taste. I ordered a lunch combo of tea, hot and sour soup, egg roll, and chicken and broccoli with fried rice. The soup was delicious -- full of flavor and spice with big chunks of tofu and vegetables. The chicken and broccoli was also very good if a tad bland. I would order it again but perhaps ask for a bit more spice. Overall a nice lunch. We will definitely be back and maybe bring the whole family the next time.
4 based on 36 reviews
Small restaurant with great food, including sushi made to order. We regularly eat there or pick up to go.
4 based on 111 reviews
Went here as we stopped in area from driving through. Ranked pretty well in Trip Advisor but it really was just ho hum. Waitress was pleasant but my wife order. Just veggie fried rice specifically saying not spicy, but it was waitress checked and has hot chili in it she could eat it. They didnât charge so that was good. I had Pad Thai too much fish sauce and just ok.
4 based on 26 reviews
I will try to keep it short and sweet! I was in town for 6 nights. After discovering this gem I didn't bother going anywhere else. Excellent sushi for lunch with more options than I have ever seen on a sushi menu! Not used to REAL lobster and REAL crab in my sushi. I assure you that is what they use. I watched him take it out of the shell! Good flavor in the sauces but not overwhelming. Now onto dinner! I had filet mignon and lobster for dinner 2 nights in a row. Starts with soup and salad then a filet approx. 9 oz. and a 9 oz. lobster tail along with 2 jumbo shrimp, fried rice and cooked veggies. Honestly not a big fan of veggies but I left none on the plate, SOOOO GOOD! My meal was under $25 dollars! I could not buy a lobster tail and 9 oz. filet myself. It is hibachi style food just not cooked in front of you. I can do without the theatrics if the food is this good and cheap. I typically do not rate at 5 unless I am blown away. With food this good at that price with as friendly of a staff as they have, I felt I owed it to them! Please disregard the 1 terrible review! That user is referring to the "CHINESE" food a few doors down in which a few of our did in fact get food poisoning from! I assure you it was not TOKYO Steak house!
4 based on 67 reviews
I suppose some people would find this a good restaurant, but for someone with a gluten intolerance, it was difficult to find anything I could eat. Wait staff had no idea what gluten-free soy sauce was or even what gluten was. What I did find was just so so. Not impressed.
This was our favorite Chinese restaurant when we lived nearby, but after moving to Martinsburg 12 years ago we tried others and drifted away. Today we came back to realize that the food has gotten better than it was on our last visit, and they are our renewed favorite again! The little girl that we watched grow up there has moved on, and mom is behind the counter again, but other than that the place is the same as it was when we started dropping by over 15 years ago. The generous portions are still a given, and the food is always cooked-to-order fresh.Better than that; The old recipes are back and the taste is better than we remember.
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