Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Olympia, Washington, United States. Birthplace of riot grrl music and home to an energetic independent art and music scene, Olympia is a hub of innovative cultural movements. The nontraditional Evergreen State College draws young pioneers and artists while the surrounding landscape of Puget Sound beckons the environmentally aware to its embrace. With 40 city parks incorporating 963 acres as well as a vast, municipally-funded public art collection, the city is a study in inventive and ecological civil design.
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4 based on 53 reviews
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Food is always on point. Great service, great cooks, and great food. Would be 5 stars but wait time without reservation is at a minimum 45 minutes. Also, because it's Hibachi, you will definitely come out smelling like food. Nothing the restaurant can really fix but I'm trying to be impartial.
4 based on 53 reviews
Phone number: (360) 943-6292
Wanted to try this when we were in the area. Atmosphere was average as the chairs were not too comfy. Waited a while for ordering as they are limited with #servers. Eggrolls were tasty. Main dishes are not bad with generous portions. Red curry is good. Prices are very reasonable. Too bad they are slow with service. Otherwise it's good food.
4 based on 52 reviews
My wife andI eat at sushi restaurants a lot, both when traveling and at home. We were very pleased with our experience here. We were in a family party of 10. Despite this, the service was very good.My squid salad was the best I have ever had - and I order it a lot. My wife agreed. It had very large pieces of marinated squid in a delicious sauce. My chirashi bowl was also excellent. The quality and variety of fish was top notch and the rice very well cooked. My wife's nigiri salmon sushi and roll were also excellent. The mochi balls were also very good.I would definitely go back.
4 based on 49 reviews
A friendly quaint Japanese cuisine eatery serving creative made-to-order rolls, the freshest sashimi, variety bento boxes, udon and other popular dishes.
Nice fresh Japanese food. It's family style and very relaxed, everything cooked to order with large plates of food.
4 based on 59 reviews
Eat here if you have time to spare. The waitstaff is in no hurry. The restaurant atmosphere is of mid-diner quality, with a refrigerator accenting the dining room. Ants decorate The floor, in their business transiting fashion. The dishes came out of the kitchen temp hot, but the accompanying rice was cold.The taste was average (nothing to exclaim here).
4 based on 33 reviews
Hadn't been here for a dozen years, but with another Thai restaurant getting pretty expensive, we returned. Service was attentive and the food came right away. The lettuce wraps were good, but not wrapped very tightly and tended to spill it's guts. We ordered everything with 2/4 spiciness, but perhaps needed 3/4. We did get hot pepper sauce in separate bowl so could be as hot as you desired. Mekong salad had nice fresh greens and both peanut and fish dressings. A mixture of both together was the best. The Pad Thai was tasty. Curry had just the right amount of heat and was great over rice. A spicy/sweet chicken also great sauce over rice. While the food wasn't as fancy or quite as great as our other local restaurant, it was just fine with large helpings and a final bill about half!
4 based on 42 reviews
I was craving sushi on a recent business trip and read reviews of several local spots. I settled on Aya Sushi and I couldn't have been happier. My meal was delicious and I was wonderfully surprised by the salad portion. My rainbow roll was delicious and the service at the counter was perfect for a solo traveler. Highly recommended.
4 based on 54 reviews
Kizuki Ramen's philosophy is to serve the most traditional, authentic and delicious Japanese ramen that you can possibly have without actually flying to Japan. Kizuki's food is still prepared the same way as it is in Japan; utilizing an unique method of r
Iâve eaten in many ramen restaurants that I thought were good, but Iâve never really understood the phrase âsilky brothâ until Kizuki. I had the garlic broth, without the pork cutlet, and it was a revelation. It was smooth, not too oily, and layered with many flavors. I wanted a bathtub of it. The ramen itself was chewy and perfectly textured. The veggies were fresh and the kale noodles were also great. I kind of wish I lived here because Iâd be at Kizuki all the time.
4 based on 284 reviews
Our group of 10 visited for lunch. Although we had reservations they were not prepared for our arrival. It was loud, our waitress seemed overwhelmed and forgot several things. One member of our party didnât get their meal until the rest of us were over halfway done. My noodles were overcooked. Nuff said.
4 based on 210 reviews
Walked in after eight on a Saturday without reservations. Luckily they had a nice table available, which began a spectacular evening. We asked about an unfamiliar wine and the waiter explained its flavor profile in detail. The fabulous wine accompanied their wild boar pasta, which was delicious. We enjoyed the meal so much we splurged on dessert, a panna cotta with seasonal berries. Excellent staff and pleasant decor made the great food and wine even more special. Will return next time we're in Olympia.
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