Best Asian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Asian food in Egg Harbor Township. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Asian restaurants near you.. Egg Harbor Township is a township in Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 43,323, reflecting an increase of 12,597 (+41.0%) from the 30,726 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 6,182 (+25.2%) from the 24,544 counted in the 1990 Census.
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4 based on 17 reviews
On a recent trip to the Asian Market, we decided to give this place a try. I was most interested in a Banh Mi, and ordered the pork version. But I also ordered a seafood noodle soup because it sounded so good. Both were delicious! My daughter ordered a pork spring roll and an order of chicken fried rice. Again just outstanding. She said the fried rice was the best she had ever had. Service was excellent and I would go back anytime I had the chance!
4 based on 21 reviews
We were stuck for a place to eat and the teen loves sushi. He and I ate A LOT of sushi. It was pretty good. They seem to macerate the fish in many of the rolls. And it was difficult to taste the lobster in the lobster mango roll. That being said, for $25 you get plenty of food. I had the miso soup, which was standard, as well as the veggie fried rice. The veggies were chopped on the large side. Perhaps that's a good thing for some people. My husband had the hibachi chicken with lo mein. He enjoyed it very much. Not my favorite place for sushi, but given that it was last minute on a Saturday night and we didn't have to wait, it was fine.
4 based on 55 reviews
After the renovation earlier this year, Ginza became a less than average place. Yes, all-you-can eat is still a nice (and cost-effective) option, but the food quality is not it used to be. Seafood soup, which we enjoyed before, has become an average (last time undercooked) soup. Not sure if we will come there again...
4 based on 28 reviews
We specialize in South Vietnamese cuisine with French, Chinese and Thai infusion. Offering beef, chicken and vegetable broth. Catering to Vegans and Vegetarians. BYOB :)
I had only been to one other Pho style restaurant and it was pretty bleak. But Pho 9 immediately impressed me with it's simple decor, spotless dining room and friendly service. It feels like a family run restaurant. I've been there for lunch and early dinner 4 times now and every meal has been tasty and satisfying. I'm no expert on Vietnamese cuisine so I started with something that sounded familiar - WonTon Soup. It was great. Brimming with thin noodles, shrimp and pork wontons. The Chicken with Mixed Vegetables soup is also an easy pick - and filling. If you're not in the mood for soup try the BBQ pork special - pork medallions over rice with side salad and veggies. Pho soups come in a very large bowl. Relax, take your time and enjoy. The best part was - we ate good-tasting, authentically prepared fresh food - and the tab was less than $10 each. We'll be back.
4 based on 84 reviews
Love, love, love their Tom Kha soup. Mitch is also a great host and works hard to make you comfortable. Nice atmosphere. Quiet, not overly noisy. I'd rather they serve water in glass not plastic, and am still looking for other meals here that I adore, but will be back. Love that it's BYOB. Love that there are vegetarian options. there is also a card you can get for discounts, etc.
4 based on 39 reviews
I was visiting my daughter and grandchildren and stopped on the way form the Atlantic City Airport. The place is small ad plain, but the menu was broad with a variety of interesting dishes I have not seen in similar restaurants out side of New Orleans or New York. The summer rolls with chicke and charbroiled pork were excellent. My grandson enjoyed his prok chop on rice, My daughter and grand daughter enjoyed their pho and took the excess home. I had char broiled pork on dired noodles. this is a must stop on my next trip to acy
4 based on 60 reviews
We had dinner here while on vacation in OC. We had a great meal. They do not take reservations but we were seated immediately.Be forewarned that this is a BYOB restaurant. Fortunately our server let us know the bar two blocks down sells take out liquor.The sushi was very good with healthy cuts for the individual sushi pieces.Good value in a relaxing atmosphere.
4 based on 46 reviews
Small restaurant in a pretty strip mall. Everything was delicious, portion size was good, service was very friendly. We would definitely return here. The drunken noodles were the best I have tasted. Curries were yummy, Thai teas were perfectly made, everything was delicious and pretty.
4 based on 94 reviews
Inspired by Japanese and Chinese flavors, Lillie's offers a modern sushi bar featuring sashimi, sushi, rolls and noodles with a Pan-Asian flair. Some locations offer hibachi grill. The perfect spot to start your night.
Was really looking forward to their hot pot but it was nowhere to be found on the menu. Settled for something else with egg rolls to start. Unlike take out, I wasn't expecting all the food to arrive at the same time; like take out, it did. Maybe it's best to go with a bunch of people, order several dishes, and share plates.Service was fine but overall I was disappointed.Hi Diane, we are very sorry to hear that. Did you ask your server about the hot pot menu? It is available! Please feel free to direct message us on our facebook page. We would like to look into this further for you and have one of our manager reach out. We do hope you will give Lillie's another chance. Thank you for making us aware. -GN
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