Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Hopewell, Virginia, United States. Hopewell is an independent city surrounded by Prince George County and the Appomattox River in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,591. The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the city of Hopewell with Prince George County for statistical purposes.
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Enjoyed the variety of choices, similar to a favorite in another town. Love the ginger salad dressing. Had son advise me what to order and had plenty for next day left over.Have been a couple more times in same month.Would recommend, prices reasonable & portions good.
4 based on 66 reviews
This restaurant has been a staple in this shopping plaza for a couple decades. So it must have a loyal following. My husband and I came on a Friday night. We had attentive service and the food portions are pretty sizable.The restaurant is clean and I would definitely return. Perhaps for the lunch buffet so I could try various dishes.
4 based on 103 reviews
We usually rave about this restaurant. Well, not so good this time. The entrees were fine. Some of the other dishes not so much. The rice noodles were plentiful but, flavorless. Condiments didnât help. The scallion pancakes were dripping with grease. They were hot but thatâs about it. So, two for two. Not such a good meal. Maybe the regular cook was off. Definitely not a good meal.
4 based on 26 reviews
We were looking for a restaurant serving an early dinner, something beyond the chain restaurants so readily available along the I-95 corridor, something really good, and something a little bit special. We found it at Narita. Located between I-95 and I-295 it is a family run restaurant; our waitress who is now in college said she "grew up" there. The food is fresh, service is good, and the staff is patient with folks like us asking questions. There were three adults and a 6-year old in our party. Our orders went in different directions -- sushi, soup, dumplings, and a "box dinner" filled with really good Japanese food. Beer and wine are available but we ordered a pot of green tea and never had a single regret about our dinner. It was good. Our son and granddaughter who live in the area had never before eaten there. They will return and so shall we.
We ordered takeout and picked it up. Walked over from the Hotel across the street. Our order was prepared as I waited because I had come over early. We found that the PU PU Platter contained Ribs (excellent) Shrimp Toast (overcooked and inedible) Fried Pork Won Tons (nice, but a little stingy on the filling) Fried Fantail Shrimp (overcooked but edible) Steak Kabob (very good) Egg Rolls (excellent) and Fried Chicken Wings (large and excellent.) I had asked that the Mongolian Beef be prepared spicy - and was it ever. I loved it, but my wife was unable to eat it. There was hardly any cooking sauce included and what was there had soaked into the fried rice (included in the combo.) The servings were plentiful and it made two meals for us. The packaged sauces they included in the takeout bag will last us for months. Price was reasonable.
3 based on 44 reviews
Grandsons had craving for sushi so on Friday night we headed for nearby Hokkaido Japanese Steakhouse. Noticed how uncrowded it was, I think that was an omen. I will say the boys enjoyed the sushi, however it seemed to take forever between servings. Gramma had salmon and chicken teriyaki which she enjoyed. Not liking sushi, my option was for spicy noodles with shrimp. It was a pound of pasta (literally) with about 5 shrimp and a few sliced onions in a 'kind of' spicy sauce...not very good. The real reason for this review was the terrible service. The sushi as mentioned was extremely slow coming out, only matched by the teriyaki which took forever. Ten minutes after the teriyaki came my phantom spice noodles. Our dinner took close to 2 hours....did I mention the restaurant was not crowded, on a Friday night? The waitress was inattentive seen texting on phone and carrying on conversations with coworkers while sushi sat at sushi station. Gramma and I were to get soup with our meal which never came, so we asked to take it home. Oh, her grand finally was to knock over a full glass of water, showering all...accidents do happen, I know and visiting this restaurant was my accident..I learn from my mistakes. Never again.
I remember until very recently when this restaurant was known as Hong Kong (adjacent to the EconoLodge in Hopewell, VA). When it apparently changed its name to Eastern (same location), it also changed the quality. There is this special treatment of a very popular Chinese menu item, shrimp and broccoli that I really like - I ask to have it prepared very spicy with an abundant sprinkling of schezuan (sp??) peppers, and Hong Kong got it right every time - almost as good as the way my local Chinese carry-out, Golden Wok, does - and THAT's a compliment. When I ordered it from the new Eastern, it fell far short of the mark. Well, they did include a side of hot sauce - not much of a redemption.
4 based on 82 reviews
Quiet restaurant with comfortable decor, perfect for quiet meals. Staff friendly and cheerful. Tofu proudly listed as an ingredient in a vegetable dish. I tried the hard to find Ma Po Tofu. It was listed as hot and spicy and I told the server I like things spicy. It was not. It was kind of bland. My friend ordered the vegetable fried rice without egg. Very generous portion for the price and actual vegetables in it, but not a lot of flavor.The vegetable dumplings were the best we have ever eaten. Maybe a hint of horseradish to give it some pop of flavor. Cooked well, nice taste and texture. 5 stars+ on them..Portion size: 5 starsStaff: 5 stars
3 based on 48 reviews
Just like any other asian grill place. Goid quality food. The same exact show by the cook. Good portions, expensive, loud and obnoxious. It is what it is. Good none the less.
4 based on 37 reviews
During a teacher workday, a group of six of us and dined at this restaurant. Each and everyone of us raved about how delicious the food was from the buffet. The food was hot, flavorful, and authentic! The variety of choices was approximately 20+ items. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who loves Thai food.
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