Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Moses Lake, Washington, United States. Moses Lake is a city in Grant County, Washington, United States. The population was 20,366 as of the 2010 census. Moses Lake is the largest city in Grant County. The city anchors the Moses Lake Micropolitan area, which includes all of Grant County, and is part of the Moses Lake-Othello combined statistical area.
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Disappointing and way too oily lo mein, just order steamed rice here instead..... But the meat dishes, we tried 3 different ones, general tsao chicken, mongolian beef (spicy) and black pepper steak (fabulous mushrooms in this dish) - were all equally good. This is Chinese so of course it is oily and can't eat this often, but the taste got a thumbs up from everyone even the pickiest eater. Impressively and surprisingly good, will be a nice treat to indulge in once in a while.
3 based on 28 reviews
There's something for everyone at v Super China Buffet. You don't even have to like Chinese. Like pizza? They've got it. Like shrimp? Yup, plenty of that too.Service may not be great but it's decent. There are always folks there attesting to the value and food.
3 based on 28 reviews
I've been coming to this restaurant for years. Both food and service were exceptional until an ownership change occurred a few years ago. Since then, things have been rough. Today we stopped for lunch. Our server (who I believe is the owner) was just standing behind the counter, didn't really look up from what she was doing and just waved her hand at empty tables and told us to sit. This is not a seat-yourself establishment. Not a good first sign. We were given menus and water and our orders were taken. When one of our party asked what an item was on the menu, the server just flicked at the menu's description rather than communicating with us. I asked for tea, three times before it was brought out. Finally, the tea was delivered and I spilled it. I do that, often! Getting attention from anyone to even get extra napkins was a challenge. Finally, we waved at one of the cooks who sent the waitress over. One the food arrived, it was excellent. I always have Kiyoji's Beef dish, a beef and egg dish over rice. As always, the beef is tender and tasty. When someone at our table received ranch instead of another sauce, the waitress tried to lie and say that the sauce was what was requested when it was obviously not. I don't know why she lied, it was silly yet frustrating. While not the worst experience I've had at this location, it is still less than I expect as a customer. The prices are moderate, around $15 for a lunch. While not expensive, I do expect better service for the costs.
4 based on 20 reviews
We had intended on eating at a neighboring Chinese restaurant. It being closed nearby Thai Cuisine was available. We don't go here only as a second choice. Thai Cuisine is a destination restaurant for our family. They serve good food.Last night was no exception. My wife ordered her standard, Pad Thai. I honestly can't remember what mine was called but it had what I wanted, veggies, rice noodles and a sauce. I was not disappointed. Also, we had ordered fresh rolls. These are spring rolls, Thai style. Again, I wasn't disappointed. Fresh lettuces, mint leaves, rice noodles and a somewhat sweet chili dipping sauce rounded this out.This was not a disappointment. And, by the way, service is always friendly-especially if you happen to get the owner. She's a darling.
4 based on 24 reviews
Not having gone to Sumo in a fairly long time, I was in the mood for n sushi and yakisoba.Arriving during "happy hour" three out of four items ordered were from the happy hour list: Spicy Tuna Roll, Rock Shrimp and Pork Gyoza. The remaining item was the seafood yakisoba, hold the salmon, sub for calamari. This has been my go to order since my second visit. Sadly, I was told after today I can no longer sub the more expensive salmon for calamari. Portion control was stated to be the reason. C'est la vie.Our food arrived quickly. The sushi was delightful, the gyoza just right but something seemed amiss with the batter on the rock shrimp. It was soggy.Still, all in all, I'm glad I went this afternoon.
4 based on 64 reviews
My pho was a disappointment. The portion was skimpy and occupied half the bowl. The vegetables were few and way past prime - would have been in the compost at my house. There was an abundance of cilantro. There was excessive sugar and salt. I left hungry. Never had table service after we got our meals.
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