Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in La Marque, Texas, United States. La Marque (/lə ˈmɑːrk/ lə MARK) is a city south of Houston, Texas. The city population in 2010 was 14,509. La Marque experienced considerable growth in the 1950s. During this period of growth, La Marque provided a general administrative, trades and crafts workforce helping to support the petrochemical complex in adjoining Texas City. It is the hometown of U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison and Norman Bulaich.
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4 based on 34 reviews
Both are amazing and lend to having a wonderful dining experience. Amazing flavor in everything they brought out. The soups were super flavorful, the rice was excellent and added to complimenting our meal. Four of us ordered something different and passed around the entre's. Now on our list of regular stops.
4 based on 33 reviews
LAST MINUTE PLANS ISN'T IT ALWAYS?? MY Daughter suggested to meet here for supper, Party of 4 Adults and 2 teen/preteen. No MSG!! yes, my hubby is so allergic, we were able to order without worry. I tried the phonix and dragon. Luscious! This is my new fav. WEhad too much we had to take home. Small strip center, cosy, around 15 small tables, ( they did push and pulled to accomadate our party, Very sweet wait staff, ) This just might be a new habgout for us. At least for take out. Enjoy!
4 based on 12 reviews
It is pretty tough finding good restaurants in Texas City. Gringo's for Mexican and Olive Garden for Italian American are acceptable places to eat, and unfortunately they were among the best Texas City offered. Edo Japan is a new restaurant that could be the best eatery in Texas City. From the outside it is typical Texas City and a place I would normally drive by, but when I walked inside I felt like I was transported to a high end Galleria area restaurant. The interior is very modern with a first class decor and sushi bar. For me it is the most visually appealing restaurant in the city. The menu has a wide variety of sushi, sashimi and hand roll choices (cooked and raw) but there are also wonderful hibachi and teriyaki choices for those that like well cooked hearty choices. Portion sizes are huge. Meals like Hibachi Filet Mignon, Hibachi Red Snapper and Hibachi Shrimp & Lobster are among the 20 different Hibachi dinners. I loved the Philadelphia roll (cheese, avocado and smoked salmon) as a shareable appetizer. There is the standard Japanese Miso Soup, lunch bento boxes as well as several noodle and other soups. Service is excellent.This is a very good Japanese restaurant with very reasonable prices. If you are open to trying Japanese cuisine and being able to keep your shoes on, this is the best place in town.
3 based on 12 reviews
It is back wish I could say service was too. Still getting feet back under it so pack your patience. Same food and great prices, can not wait to grab a lunch special.
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