Best Asian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Asian food in Winston. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Asian restaurants near you.. Winston is a city in Douglas County, Oregon, United States. This city is eighty miles south of Eugene. The population was 5,379 at the 2010 census. It is home to Wildlife Safari.
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4 based on 53 reviews
Authentic Thai Cuisine
I don't like spicy food so I was a little hesitant to go to a Thai restaurant. But there are plenty of non spicy items and you can request them not to make it spicy. The cooks and waiters are Asian and food is authentic. It holds 32 people at it's full capacity and there is no place to wait for a table so it can get pretty crowded. I chuckled at one review that said it was tastefully decorated-they still have Christmas and Valentine's decor up! It is right next to the post office and sits back so it is easy to miss.
4 based on 26 reviews
Sushi places come and go in this area. This one has the potential for longevity. The sushi rolls are an authentic combination of traditional recipes and new creations named after states. The sushi chef is an artist in culinary technique and taste. This is a small restaurant, but take out service is available.
4 based on 44 reviews
The food is great and staff is friendly, it can seem slow but you have to understand that they cook everything to order so you are waiting for freshness. If you want fastfood go to panda express. we get take out most of the time becuse the resturant is small and crowded all the time, the food is that good :)
4 based on 85 reviews
This is a restaurant with an identify crisis ... about half of the menu items are Korean dishes and the other half Japanese ... and almost all their menu items a poor representation of the respective countries. For example, their chicken Teriyaki .. the chicken was over cooked, tough and dry covered in a grayish-tan mystery sauce ... They make the largest Sushi Roll Iâve ever seen and Iâve been eating Sushi since I was seven years old (1964). The roll must have been at least 2 Â½ to 3 inches in diameter made up of mostly rice and frankly that is about all you really taste.The prices here are comparable, and in many cases higher than what youâd find in a lot better âAsianâ restaurant in Eugene, Portland or even Seattle. The restaurant itself was sort of like eating in an old diner or truck stop. The service here was basically take your order, deliver your food and then bring the check, but they were friendly and when you can track a server down, they happily brought drink refills, another beer or more rice.Given the prices they charge, I suspect Ami has managed to stay in business because of its location (Roseburg) ... they have no real competition and quite possibly the locals are just unfamiliar with what exactly authentic asian food should be and taste like.
4 based on 49 reviews
I've eaten here twice now and consider this better as a lunch spot than for dinner because of the proximity of the small tables to each other. However, the food is very good here and you can order it with several different levels of heat. I've heard they're liberal with the heat, so tred lightly! I wouldn't know because I'm a gringo and always get it mild. On this visit, I enjoyed the won ton soup, which was presented beautifully in a large bowl, with fresh, crunchy broccoli and carrot sticks, as well as the won ton noodles, strips of chicken, and big balls of seasoned meat. Quite a good value at $11. The service was efficient, but could be a bit more engaging. I recommend this business.
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