Reviews on Asian food in Sheffield, Massachusetts, United States. Sheffield is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 3,257 at the 2010 census. Sheffield is home to Berkshire School, a private preparatory school. The former resort town includes the village of Ashley Falls, and is bordered by various other towns and villages, such as Egremont and Great Barrington.
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4 based on 125 reviews
Koi does an outstanding job of accommodating large parties around round tables with a lazy susan in the middle for sharing a variety of dishes. Service is friendly and attentive. The food is good American-style Chinese and prices are reasonable. Parking is easy. My wife and I both ordered the seafood hot and sour soup. The bowl is very large - enough for two. So we have lunch as well. Among the five dishes we ordered for the eight of us, the crispy duck, the amazing chicken, and the Mongolian beef went over best. The chicken and broccoli and egg plant with garlic were ordinary, but decent.
4 based on 178 reviews
Japanese Gourmet Restaurant, Sushi Bar, Robata Charcoal Grill, Extensive selection of grilled fish, salads and tempura, Vegetarian and Gluten Free Options, Dairy Free and Sugar Free Desserts, Kaiseki-traditional Cuisine of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, priva
We had a great dinner at Bizen and got talking to the owner who told us about his time in Japan learning to create Bizen pottery. The sushi was great and the fish was very fresh. But the highlight of our evening was being shown around the owner's pottery display.
4 based on 86 reviews
I have never been disappointed here. Service is quick, efficient and gracious. Manu is varied and pleasing. Meals are well-prepared, tasty and reasonably priced. We particularly love the soups. And the beautiful, delicate tea is delicious!!! Wonderful value, a lovely experience overall . . . every time!
3 based on 54 reviews
The whole family had a good time at Shiro on a recent ski trip to Butternut. The restaurant is fairly small and cozy, with about four hibachi tables. We were seated with two other local families - one of whom owned a local candy shop that we visited the next day. The food was good - similar to what we have locally. Our chef was fun and engaging. Overall I would recommend this spot to anyone who wants a fun dinner out after a day on the ski slopes.
3 based on 18 reviews
The Great Wall has been located just outside of 'downtown' Great Barrington for quite a few years, outlasting many nearby competitors. I'm not sure why though, as they serve classic unremarkable Cantonese Chinese food. They seem to do a pretty good takeout business, but the dining room is a little run-down and could use some sprucing up. Most dishes are a good value, and nothing we had was poorly-executed, but nothing was well-executed either. If you want take-out or an inexpensive Chinese meal, this might be a choice, but every time we think of going to the Great Wall, we end up bypassing it and going another mile or so to Koi, which is admittedly more expensive, but a much more pleasant place to visit, with higher-quality Chinese food.
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