Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Hot Springs. Hot Springs is the eleventh-largest city in the state of Arkansas and the county seat of Garland County. The city is located in the Ouachita Mountains among the U.S. Interior Highlands, and is set among several natural hot springs for which the city is named. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 35,193. In 2015 the estimated population was 35,635.
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4 based on 57 reviews
We got in before the crowd which isn't always a good thing. Food was ok but seemed like reheat from previous day. Service was better than normal and friendly. Restaurant was a little stuffy but we dealt with it. Dessert was good and fair variety.
3 based on 100 reviews
Has a hibachi room (Benihana-style Japanese Steakhouse), a sushi bar, and a dining room serving traditional Japanese food.
We've been to Osaka several times over the past few years and it has been good . This time may have been just an exception , but I don't think we will be coming back . It seems like they are trying to crowd people in , using a space for about 3 people to crowd in 5 plates and chairs . The soup was watery and tasteless but the salad was good . The Chef acted like he didn't really want to be there . The fried rice needed some soy sauce to be edible , and the veggies were just barely past the raw stage . The steak was the only part of the meal that was edible , and it was good . While the food was being cooked , all the steam and smoke from cooking was blowing directly at my Wife and I , causing us to have to move back from the table . Evidently the exhaust fan was not working properly and the A/C vet was blowing in our direction . Used to be one of our favorite places , but I don't think we will be back .
4 based on 77 reviews
Fun dining experience for the whole family where your personal Hibachi chef cooks infront of you. Come and try our variety fresh product from our Sushi Bar
The sushi was slightly above average in taste and was prepared very quickly, but the presentation was poor. The rolls fell apart, some pieces were significantly smaller then other pieces and missing ingredients. I purchased this order through Bite Squad...it is possible dine-in would have pursued a better product.
4 based on 164 reviews
Expect nothing but excellent choices and taste. Server could be a little more attentive with the iced tea and bathrooms will freeze you out but other than that it's my favorite place.
4 based on 75 reviews
This restaurant is in an old Pizza Hut; itâs clean & comfortable but not somewhere youâll be going for the atmosphere. The food on the other hand is very good. Thereâs a large choice of combination plates that include fried rice & egg roll for a reasonable price of $7. Then there are 7 different soup selections offered as either small or large portions as well as numerous entrees with choices of protein (chicken, beef, pork, seafood, tofu), rice & noodle options. Theyâll gladly spice up any of them to your liking. Weâve try numerous & enjoyed them all. On our most recent visit I had the house mei fun & my husband had sesame chicken. Iâm slightly embarrassed to say we ate every bite (even though portions are large). Weâll be back!
4 based on 98 reviews
Very unpretentious decor for this strip mall wonder. No red and gold lanterns just comfortable seating and delicious Chinese food. For starters the spring rolls and egg rolls were spot on and the hot and sour soup is the best Iâve had in Hot Springs.Really enjoyed the moo shu and loved the braised duck with vegetables.Bar service is available and they serve hot and cold saki.
4 based on 116 reviews
Pho Hoang My is a Vietnamese restaurant and cafe. Our food is homemade, fresh, healthy, and most importantly, delicious. We try our best to source the best meats and vegetables for both our specialties dishes and appetizers. If you want an authentic Vietn
We had some friends who were Vietnamese and this resturant came closer to what they would serve than any other we have been to in over 20 years. A number of Vietnamese restaurants are just done over Chinese food because most people are not aware there is a difference. This was quite a gem and though we were in town only 10 days we still went there twice.
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