Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Redondo Beach. Redondo Beach is one of the three Beach Cities in Los Angeles County, California, United States, located in the South Bay region of the Greater Los Angeles area. The population was 66,748 at the 2010 census, up from 63,261 at the 2000 census.
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4 based on 121 reviews
I am from Northern California with access to great dumpling shops and houses in San Francisco. Din Tai Fung definitely made me fill like I was at home. The offerings were amazing! They were artfully crafted, delicate and I couldn't wait to pop each one in my mouth! The veggie and mushroom bun was heaven. The crab and pork bao were to die for, and I absolutely loved the shrimp and pork wontons.
4 based on 22 reviews
Came here many years ago and decided to stop by when I was in the area. I didn't recognize the restaurant except for the sake wall and thought I went to the wrong restaurant! However, I checked yelp and saw my previous review pop up and was told by the workers that they remodeled the space. Indeed, it's a much more updated and inviting atmosphere. I ordered the fruity sake flight to start - each one was delicious!For food I had: hamachi kama - always a favorite and grilled to perfectionhamachi carpaccio - very fresh and tastyspicy tuna crispy rice - the ratio of spicy tuna to crispy rice was just right I sat at the bar and chatted with the workers. Friendly service, great sake and food menu - what more could you ask for?!
4 based on 59 reviews
My first visit to Rascals.My friend called ahead for take out.Order was ready upon arrival.Very generous portion of grilled teriyaki chicken over rice filled half the container. Other half filled with salad. Chicken very moist and not dry.
4 based on 51 reviews
We live in the neighborhood and we enjoy the ambiance of this particular Thai restaurant. While other Thai restaurants in the neighborhood have good food, this restaurant is just a notch above due to their tasteful decor.We ordered Pad Thai, barbeque chicken, massaman chicken curry, chicken satay, and sticky rice. Skip the sticky rice, it costs more than the plain rice and it is so packed together the sauce from the food doesn't penetrate the rice. The dishes were excellent. There was plenty of food for 4 with even some leftovers. Service was attentive. The food arrived promptly and it was warm. The price is on par for similar Thai restaurants. Overall an enjoyable dinner.
4 based on 25 reviews
While not everything is entirely authentic, this is an excellent place to have a Japanese shabu shabu experience. The food is quality and the service is wonderful. It is not inexpensive, but for about $25 a person you will leave extremely full. We usually order the two meat combo either large or medium, and my personal favorites are salmon and any of the beef selections. Everyone has their individual pot of boiling water which you cook your meat and vegetables in over the course of the meal. Take your time and enjoy the process. Youâre given unlimited rice and some sauces as well. At the end, they bring you a bowl of noodles which you cook and then eat the noodle soup last. Sometimes I save some vegetables or meat to put in the soup as well. They have also accommodate a large party for us before and the service was still excellent. Never had a bad meal here!
4 based on 59 reviews
I eat in a Thai restaurant whenever I can when travelling and on this trip to California I headed to 'Bamboo Thai Bistro' for dinner when staying in Redondo Beach. This cozy restaurant offers an authentic Thai menu and typical friendly Thai service and hospitality. I started with the Satay Combo which was to a very high standard and followed this with Chicken Pad See Eww noodles for my main course. I asked for these to be 'hot / spicy' and they came out perfectly... Delicious, fresh cooked and with a chili kick to them. Prices are reasonable with my two courses costing a total of US$20.81 inclusive of sales taxes. I highly recommend Bamboo Thai Bistro if you love authentic Thai food.
4 based on 27 reviews
Chef Gen-San omakase and his selection is excellent. If it's your first time, let him serve you what he feels you'll like and then count on very fresh, wonderful fish on every visit after. For such a small spot near a liquor store, this unassuming sushi spot rivels the best in LA and the staff is highly attentive--good sake and soucho, too
4 based on 47 reviews
Phuket Thai - is a favorite of ours for a really tasty kind of last minute call for take out. The location is convenient and the owners an employees are always helpful and very friendly - Everything is fresh and made to order and generally very tasty. If you like your Thai spicy or even hot - they'll go there. If not - they are happy to keep it cool and mild -- It's also not bad for a dinner location with about ten tables and assorted inexpensive white and red wines and beer. But most of the time it serves - as I said - as a great take out for delicious Thai food that is reasonably priced and yes they deliver although plan on waiting at least 45 minutes to an hour. Plan ahead. Or go grab it yourself. That's about it. But do check it out if you like Thai. You'll be pleased with the results.
4 based on 42 reviews
On a night I didn't want to go out, I had Flyin Fin delivered to my home. I found the menu had a lot of unique items, and not the typical rolls, etc. I found some items, and ordered. The sushi was good, not what I would consider great. (I eat sushi a lot).
4 based on 69 reviews
This is one our favorite restaurants in Redondo Beach. We like the atmosphere, the variety and the service. The Gorgonzola salad, lettuce cups and chicken with black bean sauce keep us coming back for more.
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