Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Natick, Massachusetts, United States. Natick /ˈneɪtɪk/ is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Natick is located near the center of the MetroWest region of Massachusetts, with a population of 32,786 at the 2010 census. Only 10 miles (16 km) west from Boston, Natick is considered part of the Greater Boston area. The center of population of Massachusetts in 2000 was located in Natick. A 2014 census shows Natick's population was 34,230. This means between 2010 and 2014 Natick grew 3.6%, making it one of the fastest growing towns in the Boston area.
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3 based on 190 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
As usual, the dining experience here is not without its challenges... mostly service issues and the food served not that hot. The food itself is pretty good. The rest is hit or miss. Comes down to staffing and training. Lots of potential here. Egg rolls and chicken wraps were good. Pork dumplings the best. Orange Peel shrimp and Honey chicken good.
We get takeout here quite a bit. Some of our friends are celiac and they have never had an issue with their food. Its still hot when it gets to the house the portions are large enough for at least another meal.
4 based on 13 reviews
Full Authentic Indian Cuisine with great ambience and kids friendly environment. It also has bakery with fresh cookies, cakes and snacks. To add on, it has full service bar with variety of drinks.
Easily one of the best buffet i have ever had and the best in the Worcester, Firmingham areas. New items were very refreshing to see.. masala idly, shrikhand for dessert were very good. Chutney could've been better. Biriyani was very tasty. Would recommend Indians living around here to visit once atleast just to relish the great food.
4 based on 61 reviews
We had eaten at Dah Mee before, and returned for dinner (previously, it was a lunch visit). We each ordered entirely different entrees, sides and drinks. The food was hotand well made. A memorable meal!
4 based on 28 reviews
You have to love all the people raving about how "authentic" it is--very few of whom have a clue where Shaanxi is, much less what people eat there. I've been in Shaanxi, but far too briefly to be able to comment whether this place is authentic or not.What I can tell you for certain is that the style and flavor is remarkably different from other Chinese places in the area, from the excellent Sichuan Gourmet and dim sum places all the way down. Local Chinese come here to eat noodles, dumplings, and especially the "burgers," which are sandwiched on a central-China steam-roasted flat bun. The noodles are hand-pulled, so they say, and I do think they've got that bouncy quality.The food is good, the flavors remarkable and unusual (much more sour, for one thing, as in Hunan), and the prices excellent. My only objection is that sometimes they clearly alter their food for roundeyes like me. This is not a guess, by the way: unbeknownst to the management, I speak decent Mandarin, and I was therefore able to get a definite visual comparison between the "hot and spicy hand-pulled noodles" I was eating and those being eaten by a Chinese customer nearby. Surprise surprise, hers were a quite different color, and mine were somewhat bland and sweet.I don't know what you do about this problem, honestly. I guess you could say, "Please, can I have the dishes the way you would eat them yourself, not dumbed-down for stupid white people?" But I don't know if it'd work.IF YOU ARE ON THE MANAGEMENT, please take note. Serve the same food to everyone. You don't know who's eating at your place. I'm not the only non-Chinese who speaks Mandarin, after all. What you should do is ASK: "that's traditionally very spicy, is that okay, or would you like it a little toned down?"I hope they get the message and stop hiding, because done honestly, this place deserves to be known widely.
4 based on 43 reviews
Food is incredibly fresh and you don't feel like you are eating unhealthy fried food. Great sushi and all the entrees are great. And they deliver further in Natick than anyone else.
4 based on 38 reviews
Super friendly service and very delicious food. I started with a Tom Yum soup and Todman with sweet chili - fabulous. For entree, I had the Andaman salmon with white rice. Extra hot sauce made it perfect. Washed it down with a nice pineapple juice.
4 based on 210 reviews
Such great Chinese food! I always get the soup... we order the egg drop and add won tons... like the egg drop broth better than the peppery won ton broth. Shrimp with black bean sauce, house special fried rice. Service is fast and friendly. Who needs a view when the food is this good!
4 based on 265 reviews
Minado provides an amazing variety of sushi, seafood and shellfish in its buffet restaurant. They have dozens of kinds of sushi rolls, sashimi, yakitori of all kinds (shrimp, squid, teriyaki chicken) as well as roasted and deep fried whole fish like pollock or haddock, a whole Chilean sea bass and an entire array of salads with seaweed, eggplant, asparagus, lettuce and kimchi and mixed salads of all kinds.They also have and entire dumpling area with shrimp, crab, and pork dumplings and a while shellfish area with crab, clams, mussels, shrimp and many other types of cold and warm shellfish dishes.The dessert bar is also pretty good with fruit and jello options and a soft serve ice cream machine with vanilla and chocolate ice cream.If you can't find something you like, you just don't like seafood!Pricing is fixed price all-you-can-eat with lunch at $17.95 Monday-Friday and $21.95 on Sat.-Sun. and holidays.Dinner is $31.95 on Mon.-Fri. and $33.95 on Sat.-Sun. and holidays.Kids are priced by height--half price for 5ft and over, quarter priced for 4 feet or shorter and free for 3 feet and under!Well worth it--everything is very fresh and the place is very clean with friendly and helpful service.Be prepared to arrive early as it gets very crowded at the buffet sometimes.Plan to be there at the opening at 11:45 or noon for lunch and 6PM for dinner service on Mon.-Fri. And by 5PM on Sat.-Sun.They serve lunch until 2:15PM Mon-Fri. and 3PM other days and dinner until 9:15PM Mon.-Thurs. and until 9:30PM on Fri.-Sat. And 9PM on Sunday. Be sure to get there to start eating at least a half hour before closing time.Great place for a large family or group. They also serve drinks including beer, wine and sake.Good place to go before if after shopping at the Natick malls, but be sure to bring an appetite--so many things to choose from.
4 based on 199 reviews
Went here as a group of family for dinner. I used to live in Japan and can be a bit of a food snob with Japanese food but was very happily surprised to have such a delicious Japanese meal on the east coast! We ordered a ton of dishes and shared everything. We loved the fluke starter with yuzu sauce, kinutemaki, nasu dengaku, tempura, gyoza, and maki. The agedashi tofu was good, but a little more firm tofu than I prefer. I preferred ogaâs cold appetizers and maki rolls to the nigiri but everything was good. Definitely a place where sharing style eating works well!
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