Reviews on Asian food in Westfield, Massachusetts, United States. Westfield is a city in Hampden County, in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, United States. Westfield was first settled in 1660. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 41,094 at the 2010 census.
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3 based on 11 reviews
Our family has ordered here many times. They always get our order right and the food is always good. We have tried other places in westfield but have never gotten as good of a meal.
Home-style Noodles,Soups,& More
Went here for date night by accident. Definitely glad we found the place. Wish the menu had more options doe. But my spicy chicken noodle soup was amazing. And my husband fried rice noodle with chicken was also amazing. Definitely plan on coming back.
4 based on 13 reviews
From two more or less unverifiable sources on the internet there are some 40,000 Chinese Restaurants in the United States. That number sounds roughly accurate, and if so, I would estimate some 90% of them have a menu that looks almost the same. Clearly, a far cry from what you might find in any authentic Chinatown, but something that has become a staple of American society.From the bare bones decor, Zodiac paper place mats, generic soy sauce dispenser, sparsely populated aquarium, very inexpensive luncheon specials. mass market fortune cookies and inexpensive tin ware you could easily be in another similar place a few miles down the street or a thousand miles away in another nearly anonymous shopping center. But that is not meant to disparage the large helpings of reasonably well prepared food, friendly greeting and fair value at Golden Peacock. Long before "fast food" inundated our American landscapes, there always seemed to be a Chinese restaurant that stayed open nearly every day and gave us a break from our everyday fare without seriously denting the bank account.True, I get a little queasy when there are no similar ethnic customers, the outside door and mat haven't been cleaned in a long time and the ambiance is plain and forlorn. Still, the pork fried rice was tasty, the luncheon specials were piled high and on a hot summer day large glasses of ice water replaced the traditional teapot.The dinner menu looks more ambitious, and there is a small bar for libations. While I would not go out of my way to come back soon, the overall impression is of a competent and reliable source for Chinese-American food.
4 based on 13 reviews
Great place for carryout. Huge servings and LARGE menu to select from. They do a buffet at lunch and dinner too.We order take out once a month and end up eating the food for 3 dinners, that is how much they provide. Egg Rolls are tasty, Chicken Lo-Mein is a favorite and Spicy Beef is always good. Crab Rangoon is always ordered (although we pass on the red sauce).Need a quick dinner, Give China Star a call.
4 based on 50 reviews
We have been driving by this restaurant for years, perhaps decades. Truth be told, while we enjoy many Asian cuisines (Indonesian, Philippine, Thai, Vietnamese and various Chinese Regions), Japanese is our least favorite. Still, some friends had some good things to say about them and we decided to give them a try, It's hard to change preferences/prejudices and unfortunately our dinner didn't.The service was friendly but a bit blase' and lackadaisical. Our appetizers, Spring roll and Tempura Shrimp arrived at room temperature. We had to ask for knives to cut the former. My wife's salad was fine and my soup forgettable. Our mains, her Tempura Combo Platter and my Salmon Teriyaki were nothing to write home about. The former was a sea of beige, with everything tasting bland and about the same. The Salmon was slightly overcooked and rested on a bed of onions. The Teriyaki Sauce was subtle or vague in the background. We were both served small bowls of white rice that stuck together and was devoid of any seasoning.While I respect the Japanese passion for fresh ingredients, presentation and focus on healthy food, I don't want to die of boredom. I will leave it to the afficianados to appraise the quality of their sushi bar. There was nothing on our plates that would tempt us to hurry back..
4 based on 35 reviews
Alo Saigon is a traditional Vietnamese restaurant with great quality food for a decent price. We have a variety selection of desserts, drinks, and entrees.
One of the few good things that came out of our Vietnam War are plenty of hard working Vietnamese who have made a stake in our country. They also brought with them their wonderful cuisine. Alo Saigon continues to offer wholesome and attractive food at a very modest price. You can sit in the cheerful if a bit spartan restaurant, or as many do, order take out. The menu is fairly extensive and everything we have tried is first rate. It continues to be one of the better choices in a town that sadly is not a restaurant mecca.
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