Reviews on Asian food in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. Princeton, New Jersey, the home of Princeton University since 1756, is one of the most famous college towns in the world. The university, with its massive endowment and long history, has made the town of Princeton an exciting place to visit. The Princeton University Art Museum owns over 72,000 works of art, displaying everything from Latin American folk art to Italian Renaissance paintings. The school also hosts dance, theater, and performance art at the Lewis Center and other assorted venues.
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4 based on 34 reviews
We wanted Japanese (sushi, noodles, and teriyaki), we debated between 2 options that had beat equal rating choosing Sakura Express as it was open at 5:30, a bit more reasonable, and had slightly more detailed reviews. So I had the salmon teriyaki combo plus some salmon sashimi just because it looked so fresh. Bottom line was I was thrilled, tender, well prepared, fresh, with every dollar spent. The staff was friendly, helpful, and accommodating. My friends had chicken teriyaki, shrimp teriyaki, and a noodle soup all enjoyed. All dishes came with salad and veggies. Again not a complaint. The Resturant is simple, more of a take out place which was ideal as it was a warm evening and we sat at a table in the square next door and had an amazing experience that was far beyond expectations. In short highly recommended.
3 based on 88 reviews
Mercer Mall Area
Tried chicken lettuce wraps, Kung pao chicken with white rice and chicken pad thai. Loved all of that !!!Have heard dynamite shrimp is delicious too.Ambiance is lovely. The place is usually crowded though. Have been to pf chang of Baltimore before and had delicious food there too. However this one has highly salty soya sauce on the side. But we were ok with that, we just used a little.
4 based on 45 reviews
The food is fine, but beware.... the soft drinks are billed by the glass. The dining room temperature was at least 80Â°, and at $3 for every iced tea refill, I could easily have started a Princeton University scholarship fund for the server. I was told the price per glass was because they made the iced tea inhouse. When I asked if soda was also billed by the glass, the answer was again yes. However they do not make their sodas in house.
4 based on 15 reviews
LAN ramen food is very tasty, the kitchen is manned by staff who look they are experts. Unusual veg dishes are also v good. But $16 for bean tops? And for water spinach? Despite good broth, The beef slices in the ramen however are somewhat tasteless...in sharp contrast to the crispy chicken and fiery lamb. Also v good fried rice - light, not heavy with soy...
4 based on 38 reviews
This store front restaurant has well-spaced seating and is decorated with pretty, well-lit, wall-hung parasols and carved stone ornaments. My wife and I both ordered the Negimaki beef bento and were well satisfied with the taste. It consisted of six smallish beef rolls wrapped around delicious, soft, piquant scallions in a lick-the-plate sauce. The rice, California rolls and sugar snap pea pods that accompanied them were also excellent though a serving of edamame was uncooked and had tough leathery pods. The miso soup starter was delicate and filling but the somewhat odd tasting beaker of hot tea took some getting used to. At $30 for two the lunch was pricier than most and the portions were not large but I'd give this place another go.
4 based on 26 reviews
Specializes in made-to-order tea, milk & fruit-based beverages. Offers a wide selection of drink toppings including bubbles, beans, jellies & pudding.
We went to try the restaurant for the first time on a Friday night and not a good idea. The eating area is small. Many staff but ignored for awhile. A group of of four people left and they did not clear the table and sit us (table of 3). Instead, cleared a table for two and told us to wait until they cleared the other table and sat a group of two who just arrived but we were waiting much longer. Seemed very disorganized with the restaurant part but seemed very quick with the Kung fu tea part. The five spice beef ramen noodle was good but seemed a little on the expensive side at $15 for what I got. Just a medium side bowl. The beef was very good and the noodle was average fare. Not much vegetables. We also got the squid ball appetizer which was good. The price was fair. The other two in my group got the ramen entrees which were fine. They also got bubble tea. Total without tip was about $63 for three people.
4 based on 44 reviews
The big deal about this small Japanese restaurant is that it's next door to the Princeton Record Exchange, one of the few remaining large record stores.The crabmeat sushi I had was fresh, although they were a little stingy with the crabmeat. Just this and a green tea set me back over USD20 including tips. I probably wouldn't fight to find my way back unless I was visiting the Princeton Record Exchange again.
4 based on 76 reviews
My wife and I decided to have lunch at Roots on a Saturday afternoon. I regularly walk by Roots when picking up my dry cleaning in this strip mall. My only regret is that I waited so long to visit this restaurant!For lunch, orders are placed at the front counter where a menu board lists the items. Even though it was a warm day, I love soup and decided to try the Pho Chay. This vegetable pho was delicious and included a separate plate of all of the fresh items that are added to pho--jalapenos, basils, sprouts and chili sauce. This was a very good bowl of pho with a broth that was flavorful and served piping hot. I also had a side of the vegetable Thai spring rolls. They were also very good with accompanying sauces. These spring rolls are small and served in portions of 2 or 6. Though small, they had lots of flavor without being greasy. I ordered the fresh brewed iced tea to wash it all down and was impressed at how good the tea was. It was a nice blend of organic teas that was unsweetened which allowed for the flavors to really stand on their own. My wife also ordered the strawberry crepe, which looked delicious!This was my first visit to Roots, but will certainly not be my last!
4 based on 103 reviews
Premier Chinese restaurant serving Princeton
Iâm from the area, but now live in the Midwest. Tiger Noodles is still my favorite Chinese spot in Princeton 20 years later. Everything is good here and the staff is kind. My kids also love eating here (which is a bonus). I bring a bottle of wine from the wine shop and have a great meal and a laugh with my family every November. I hope this place stays around forever.
4 based on 247 reviews
P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum
PF Changs publicizes delivery. You go online, place your order thinking it's PF Changs and later find out it's being redirected to a 3rd party. You call to make modifications and the restaurant hangs up - literally 7 times. You ask to speak with a manager - the manager never picks up. If they aren't ready for online or call-in orders - don't publicize it. They suggest you call in to make modifications and never answer. When they did answer, they were extremely rude. Why the attitude? People are just doing what they think they can to place an order. Very bad taste in my mouth. If the food wasn't good - I would have cancelled based on this behavior. Just so poor that no one cares!
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