Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Petaluma. Petaluma /pɛtəˈluːmə/ is a city in Sonoma County, California, part of the North Bay sub-region of the San Francisco Bay Area, located 37 mi (60 km) north of San Francisco. Its population was 57,941 according to the 2010 Census.
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Tucked away next to the Mystic Theatre in Petalumaâs historic downtown district, Kabuki is not exactly high-profile; in fact, you could walk by it very easily. Thatâs a shame, because itâs worthy of your consideration.The menu features a good assortment of sushi (both rolls and nigiri-style), hot entrees and noodles (both udon and ramen). My son-in-law and I stopped in for a quick bite before going to a movie. Our sushi was tasty, the prices were fair and the service was both friendly and efficient. There was nothing about the experience that would prevent me from returning. If youâre in the area, itâs a pretty good meal option.
4 based on 11 reviews
Looking for a place to have lunch in Petaluma and we found this place. Glad we did! The food was fantastic and reasonably priced. Just know that this isn't a typical dim sum place in that they don't come around with a sampling of small dishes, at least they didn't while we were there. You order from the menu.Service was fine once we were acknowledged.
We have a pretty good selection of Asian cuisine (Thai, Chinese, Japanese etc) in the North Bay but Korean restaurants are scarce. Well, that has changed in a big way. Based on our dinner at Soban last week, it may soon become a favorite of ours.The interior is spotless and tables are well spaced. The comprehensive menu is broken out into starters and main dishes which is further broken out into categories. Very easy to follow and each menu item has a thorough explanation.We started by sharing the pan-fried Korean pancake with seafood which was HUGE and packed with seafood. Easily enough for 3 people (maybe 4) to share. Crispy outside with a minimum of oil this was a great start to dinner.For entrees we ordered the PORK BULGOGI, marinated pork in spicy sauce and also the GALBITANG, beef short rib soup. We shared both and they were excellent. the bulgogi was spicy and so tasty. The short rib soup was full of very tender beef still on the bone, glass noodles, veggies and also delicious.Service here is very friendly, you can tell there is pride in the food that is served. Portions are on the large side, Soban would be a great place to go with a group. All the food is ideal for sharing. Beer and wine are served, I had a draft scrimshaw while DW had a glass of Riesling. Based on our recent dinner, can't wait to get back to sample more of Soban's menu.
4 based on 21 reviews
After a long day visiting vineyards, we were ready for a tasty chinese meal. Hunan Village delivered promptly and accurately to our motorhome at the KOA campground 3 miles from the restaurant. The food was delicious ... hot and sour soup, pot stickers, flash fried squid, spring rolls, mongolian lamb, shrimp in lobster sauce, bbq pork fried rice, chicken w snow peas and mushrooms - all were winners. They even threw in a free veggie lo mein. Very much recommended for yummy chinese food.
4 based on 24 reviews
Fabulous business. Our daughter goes to college nearby and it is her favorite restaurant in the town. Collage student favorite. Huge portions and delicious. Wished we lived closer
4 based on 32 reviews
This was our 5th or 6th visit to this shopping center based eatery, the best Asian place in town-in a town with few good Asian restaurants. We had our order delivered, and the delivery usually takes less time than initially disclosed. The delivery guys are also very friendly. We had papaya salad, drunken noodles, pumpkin curry, and my favorite Asian dessert (sticky rice with mango), all for about $37. The salad was dressed perfectly with a light citrus preparation, and the papaya was crispy and tasty. The noodle dish tasted similar to Pad Thai but was, instead, made with wide noodles and veggies served hot without peanuts. I would have preferred it a little more picante so I liberally dosed it with the chilis that I had asked for as a side. The pumpkin curry was outstanding; pungent but not overpowering or too spicy, it was very nicely done. We had it over the "brown" rice which, really, is a combination of several different types and colors of rice, much tastier than the standard brown. I just love the sticky rice and mango: a big portion of sliced fresh mango over warm sticky rice topped with a warm, creamy coconut sauce. This is an excellent dessert. We plan to eat here many times in the future.
Located downtown Petaluma in the former Hiro's restaurant, Sake 107's sushi chef Eiji Ando, formerly of Hana Japanese in Rhonert Park, cranks out his impression of masterful sushi and sashimi preparations. His Asari Hatcho soup with clams is incredible. A very popular dish is the tuna lily, served on shrimp crackers. All the fish is very fresh and skillfully prepared. There is a full kitchen, so if tempura, or cooked fish is your pleasure, then Sake 107 will not disappoint. Service is attentive and accommodating. A delightful sushi experience overall. Also, there is a decent selection of Sake, should you decide to indulge.
4 based on 29 reviews
Nice lunch place If you're looking for something different this is a good place to go.Lunch menu is nice with many Japanese options. Had some sushi and it was fresh.Service was good too. They also have a nice wine list.My lunch was a business lunch. Place was quiet and we were able to talk.I do recommend this place as a good lunch spot
4 based on 33 reviews
I have been eating their food for over four years. Home cooking of native Vietnamese dishes. The food is fresh, tasty, nutritious and always served politely with a smile. I have found their broth, which is "simmered" for over 8 hours, to bevthe best. It keeps my blood sugar normal and I can't get enough of the taste. Yummy!! If you are looking for a good, healthy, home cooked meal of fireign extraction...this is the place. A great bargain for the price served with a smile
4 based on 99 reviews
This is a very good Chinese restaurant that tends more towards Chinese American cuisine than strictly Chinese. The quality of the food is exceptional with very fresh ingredients. We have tried many dishes and enjoyed all of them. The Wah Wonton Soup is particularly delicious! I normally find wonton soup too blah. However, the version served at this restaurant is truly outstanding. The ambiance is pleasant, the service is very efficient and the prices are reasonable. However, be warned that all of the servings are generously large. For example, a âsmallâ wonton soup is enough for at least four people! Itâs not surprising that Lily Kai won the 2017 Peopleâs Choice award from the Petaluma Argus-Courier. We look forward to eating here often!
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