Reviews on Asian food in Jonkoping, Jonkoping County, Sweden. Jönköping (Swedish pronunciation: [²jœnːɕøːpɪŋ] ( listen)) is a city in southern Sweden with 93,797 inhabitants (2015). Jönköping is situated at the southern end of Sweden's second largest lake, Vättern, in the province of Småland.
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Finally! An Asian place in town that stands out from the crowd! The menu here features dishes you don't find in your average Asian restaurant (you know the type that is so typical of Europe, that isn't really authentic). This place, is the real deal. It's not often that you encounter the Korean kitchen in Sweden, and the food here makes me want to travel to Korea to sample more of it. Though for now I'll settle for going back to this restaurant. Yum!The food was excellent, very well seasoned and aromatic, well balanced and fresh. If you eat gluten free, like me, there is no problem, much of the base is rice, so you're good to go. The staff is very friendly and welcoming, and the interior design is well put together. It's a very pleasant place to sit down in and sample a fresh food experience. I highly recommend this place and I'll definitely go back soon.
4 based on 68 reviews
Welcome to Indiska Koket (The Indian Kitchen), a modern restaurant with traditional, Indian cuisine. Lunch buffet, takeaway and a la carte, MON-SAT
I have basically tried indian food in all corners of the world and have to say that this was under average. I ordered 2 chicken tikka masala. No vegetables was served, only rice and chicken. The taste of chicken and the sauce was not feeling very fresh. I tried this place 3 times to give it a chance. Food in lunchtime was ok "3 stars".
SEN Street Kitchen recreates the authentic flavors, smells and emotions at the bustling street markets in Hanoi and Bangkok, ramen stalls in Tokyo and all other food courts throughout East Asia. Simple, fast, healthy and fresh.
The bibimbap must be tried, the vegetarian options are equally delicious.Clean surroundings, easy-going atmosphere, friendly staff who do all they can to please. We would definitely recommend you visit when you're feeling very hungry as the portions are good sized and we've always left feeling full and satisfied.
4 based on 42 reviews
Today we have visited Basilika restaurant for lunch!!...it was just AWESOME,Fantastic Lunch buffet!!! Food is fresh,delicious,various.Lovely fruits for dessert,ice cream! Very clean,great interior,feel comfortable in this restaurant.Stuff is polite and helpful! We enjoyed lunch buffet with all heart! Recommend this restaurant ...soon will be back.....Regards. ... Rosita :) xxxxxx
4 based on 46 reviews
With Thai and Malaysian influences, the Soya's menu has something for everyone. You can order from the menu or assemble your own dish to be cooked Mongolian barbecue style. With panoramic views of Lake Vattern, the Soya is conveniently located in downtown Jonkoping with the train station on one side and the Scandic Hotel on the other. An excellent place for a romantic dinner for two, or a large celebration.
3 based on 35 reviews
HÃ¥rd att tro men det finns en Ã¤kta kinesiska restaurang i JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping! I really could not believe it when a real Chinese meal came out when I visited this restaurant in JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping. The owner is from Hong Kong originally but has lived in Sweden since the early 80s and has even done his military service here. He has become a Swedish citizen but I could see how he was still very much Hong Kong Chinese in himself. A hard working entrepeneur that has pride in what he is doing. He has a top cook that really knows what he is cooking. I'm a Japanese and we are VERY critical about Chinese food because we cook a lot of Chinese food ourselves and we have excellent Chinese cooks in Japan. I've also visited the top top Chinese restaurants in London, Hong Kong, Guanjou, Beijing, Tokyo, New York, Stockholm, Duesseldorf etc...So I know what a real Chinese cook can cook. I wonder if the people who eat there know what they are eating? This cook is not just a cook that happened to become a cook in Sweden because he had nothing else to do. This cook is a real professional cook that cooks REAL genuine Chinese food. I suggest you try an alacarte in the evenings. The lunch buffÃ© is terribly cheap (only 80kr for a full buffÃ© with a real dessert- fried banana with ice cream) but the quality would not be as good as an alacarte. The restaurant is also decorated with beautiful things from China. His lamps and vases and things in the glass cabinet are beautiful to look at. Even the toilet is nice. Somehow it looks shabby from the outside but it is nicely decorated inside. Parking is also not difficult so you can drive there too.I really really enjoyed my meal even if they did not have much alternatives for vegetarians. I had a vegetable wok with soybean sauce. God it was good!!!
3 based on 61 reviews
In the US, this buffet of mostly Chinese offerings would be in the poor category. In Sweden, for Asian food, it is average. The food is fresh. I was there on a Saturday around 2, and there was a line out of the door. They kept all the bins full with hot and fresh food. The issue is that the food has little flavor, certainly no spice. If you closed your eyes, I'm not sure you could tell one dish from the next, even though they were drastically differently in sauces and preparation (or should have been). This is not unique to this restaurant, but, again, at least here, the food is fresh. And the people are very friendly (which is frequently not the case in Sweden) and helpful. Would I go back? I probably will as I am here for a couple more weeks and very few other options on the weekend. This is about as best a weekend lunch as is available.
4 based on 108 reviews
The fod os really good for type of restaurante. The ratio price-quality is ok. Around 25â¬ buffet+water. The local is very clean AndrÃ©s the ambiance is calm. There are also vegetarian options. I like this place so much!
4 based on 180 reviews
Spacious layout with ample seating, we arrived halfway through the buffet time slot, the restaurant was not busy. The buffet food was not what I expected, no traditional Thai flavours - no kaffir lime leaves or lemongrass. There were lots of generic sauces offered such as sweet and sour, a peanut sauce (satay?!) and soy sauce. Salads were drenched in a creamy dressing, not a Thai salad in site.Website says atleast one seafood or fish dish in the buffet, when I got there and asked for it, the reply was 'not today'. Weekday buffet lunch including a drink for 11 Euros is a bargain, just don't expect authentic Thai flavours.Thank you for taking your time to review! Weekends is Asian brunch buffet, where food is more variety of all the best. Weekdays is more of what you ask, lunch buffet, there always minimum a seafood dish suggested. When you miss seafood, you must miss a huge fresh shrimp plateau with spicy Thai seafood sauce?! And the authentic Thai curry dishes?! And the salad is Som Tum fresh salad!? Not all Thai dishes have lemongrass or kafir leaves. But itâs still authentic Thai dishes. Welcome again and hope a good day!
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