Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Tullahoma. Tullahoma is a city in Coffee and Franklin counties in the south-central part of the U.S. state of Tennessee. The population was 18,655 at the 2010 census. In 2014 the population was estimated to be 18,899. It is the principal city of the Tullahoma micropolitan area, which consists of Coffee, Franklin, and Moore counties and is the second largest micropolitan area in Tennessee.
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Shibo Ramen, in Tullahoma, TN, is the premier restaurant serving Rutherford, Shelbyville, Manchester, Winchester, Dechard and surrounding areas. We specialize in traditional Asian comfort food. For your next meal, visit Shibo Ramen in Tullahoma.
Like most people in the community, we stopped in to give the restaurant a try. As fans of noodle shops, we had high expectations.We arrived when they opened today and were the first ones in. It took nearly 40 minutes to get our food and we were not the first ones served. Unlike most noodle shops/ramen houses, you cannot get a quick meal here.The food is nothing special -- you can make better ramen dishes at home with little effort. They offer no dishes for young children, making this a non-family friendly place.Service was lack luster.They have two appetizers on their menu but we were told they did not have the Steak Tataki because they just opened for the day. Really? This is served cold. Disappointing.The price was unreasonable for the food and in this area. If the quality was higher and the location was more metropolitan, the prices might be okay.While I wish all local businesses good fortune, I suspect there will not be many repeat customers here.Hi edljr! It looks like you may have visited us when we were newly open and still working out the kinks. Weâre sorry that your first impression of us was lacking, but we have definitely improved our service since you last joined us! Weâve listened to your suggestions and have improved our prices and added a few new menu items! Weâve lowered our menu prices and we now also offer lunch specials on Tuesdays and Wednesdays! Join us between 11:00 am and 3:30 pm on those days to enjoy your choice of entree, two Gyoza, and fountain drink all for $11.99! Bring the whole family on Monday nights between 3:30 pm and 7:30 pm and kids eat free from our brand new kids menu! As for our main menu, we have recently added a new Miso broth! Every broth may not be for everyone, so if you werenât satisfied with our spicy TanTan or savory Shoyu, this light and zesty broth would be for you! If youâre not in the mood for Ramen, we now offer a House Salad, Sweet and Sour Noodles, Cheesy Noodles, and Spicey Ricey and Cheese, as well. Weâve also added our own house-made Herbal Tea to our drink list! Come try our expanded menu and improved pricing!
3 based on 11 reviews
I've visited China Wok twice and was pleasantly surprised both times. It is a small restaurant but has great food. They have a nice buffet of about 30 well-prepared items as well as a long menu of other selections. Unlike other larger places that put out huge pans on their buffet, China Wok uses small pans that they refresh frequently. That keeps everything just right for eating. The food is delicious and there is a very good variety to choose from. I sampled the crab casserole, duck, egg roll, chicken balls, sweet and sour chicken, green beans, and several other dishes, and liked them all (sweet and sour chicken is my favorite). The staff is also very friendly and helpful. I noticed quite a few people who come by for takeout, so it stays busy even though it is a small place. Definitely plan to return.
3 based on 29 reviews
Yamato is a chain restaurant and is consistent with the rest of them. The one in Tullahoma has good management. The wait staff rotates so quickly, I cannot comment on their service. The kitchen staff seems to remain solid.
3 based on 48 reviews
My husband and I walked over from our hotel hoping to get a variety of good chinese food and veggies (note: where we live we have an excellent chinese buffet so I have a good idea what to base this review from.) First off the sushi had been sitting out for awhile, the setup of the buffet area doesn't have an area to watch people making it so that was a downer for me. The food was tasteless, you should not have to drown with soy sauce to add flavor. The Gen. Tao had barely any heat and the beans looked like they had garlic but I couldn't taste it. The buffet area at first glance looked all right but getting into the food it was blah.While we were eating someone who apparently worked there was wheeling in desserts and fruits in what looked like either Sam's or Costco boxes through the FRONT DOOR. Gordon Ramsey needs to visit and help them majorly.
4 based on 33 reviews
The only real Thai food I've had before was actually in Thailand, and that was a brief visit. My excursion to Ta Krai was with a friend who works across the street from the restaurant and is a frequent customer. Neither of us can eat peppery foods, so she was a great guide to the menu, but the server was also good at making sure our meals were pepper-free. We both selected the Pad Thai with chicken, and the portions were huge. It was unlike what I've gotten in the frozen entrees at the grocery, but was very good and well prepared. We arrived for lunch right at noon, got a table immediately, and ordered pretty quickly. Our order took about 15 minutes to arrive at our table. Because we ordered the same thing prepared the same way, our dishes came out together. If you order a variety of dishes, they will arrive one at a time because each is prepared separately. And if you want a to-go order, call ahead to place the order, otherwise you could have a long wait if they are very busy. The restaurant is clean and bright (it was formerly a Mexican restaurant), the server very pleasant, and the prices in line with an ethnic restaurant that makes everything to order and from scratch. I will return for sure.
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