Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States. Bloomfield is a township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 47,315, reflecting a decline of 368 (-0.8%) from the 47,683 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 2,622 (+5.8%) from the 45,061 counted in the 1990 Census. It surrounds the Bloomfield Green Historic District.
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4 based on 11 reviews
Went to Mamoya for sushi recently. It was very good. Sushi was very fresh and the decr at the restaurant was very interesting. I would go back again. Both sushi places in Bloomfield, the other being Aki are very good establishments.
4 based on 20 reviews
I had a delicious seafood dinner @ Boonsong on Bloomfield. The Pad Khew Whan was on the specials menu and was tweeked to be a little healthier with less coconut milk. The shrimp, scallops & calamari were fresh and the seasoning was perfect. The place was quit & the staff was wonderful.
4 based on 45 reviews
This is my go to spot for local Thai food. Decent Thai food for last min dining out. It's BYOB, so even better. We had the roasted duck & it was one of the best I've had. Good spot if you're looking for reasonable dining. The portions are very large as well.
4 based on 40 reviews
I'm pretty sure that the broth here has healing powers. It was a Sunday, I may or may not have been slightly hungover, I ordered a combination beef pho (large), and I could have sworn that upon my first sip of that broth, I instantly felt rejuvenated. The beef was great too - I liked that the pieces were bite sized, and not the typical large slices so that I don't have to look like a lion enjoying its kill. The only thing I would change is the rice noodles. These were a little soggy so I think they could have cooked it for a bit less. We also had a order of the spring rolls, which could be one of the best Vietnamese spring rolls I've ever had - perfectly crisp, the filling was great, and it came 5 to an order as opposed to the usual 4 at other places.Google mentioned that it gets busy at around 12 and you might have trouble finding parking. We got there at around 11:30, and we got one of the last spots. The restaurant was already half full at this time and only got busier from there.It's a bit of a drive from where I live so unfortunately, I don't think I would be frequenting this spot too often. But I'd love to come back and try their other dishes (if someone from Binh Duong is reading this, please add banh mis to your menu!)
4 based on 26 reviews
Our first visit to this restaurant was a good experience.Philippine, Thai and Vietnamese cuisines. Good-size portionsof flavorful food. A large selection. We choseVietnam spring rolls, shrimp-eggs- noodles, grilled squid. The squidcould have been more tender, but it was nicely spiced.A full house on a Thursday evening. Not noisy. BYOB.
4 based on 79 reviews
WE LOVE RAMEN. IT'S THAT SIMPLE. Ani Ramen house is recognized for Japanese ramen and delicious izakaya. #SLURPSIPREPEAT
If you walk too quickly along Bloomfield Ave you might miss this cute but tiny restaurant serving a limited but delicious menu based around Ramen noodles. Main courses include about 6 dishes but you can add additional items such as marinated bamboo (recommended) to your bowl. Seating is limited to only about 8 tables but there is a long "communal" table if you don't mind being a little cramped and some tall chairs along the front window as well. Be aware this place is already very popular and on a Thursday night at 5:15pm we got a table fairly quickly. As we were leaving around 6:00pm every table was taken and there was a line out the door about 12 deep.The pork buns (@ $7.00)were tasty and Ajitama (dumplings) extremely good. The Ani Ramen dishes were filling without heaviness.Servers were all accommodating even as they had to rub shoulders with the clientele coming in and leaving.No alcohol and no doggie bags.A good place to chow down
4 based on 70 reviews
This is a no frills place, but better than a Chinese take out atmosphere. Had chicken pad Thai, which I've had better elsewhere. Also had the panang curry, tofu pad Thai, and a chicken dish with cashews. Tasty, though portions were not too generous, but reasonably priced. The restroom was not decent, which leads me to question if the kitchen is clean. For that reason I will not be coming back.
4 based on 103 reviews
I have been coming here whenever I need to drive from East Hanover to Montclair. The staff here seem enthusiastic about giving you a good dining experience. Service is also fast. I had uni sushi (sea urchin) this time. It's market price, but it is sooooo good!
4 based on 70 reviews
Small rolls, interesting flavor but you can see them skimping in ingredients. The prices are like Robongi in Hoboken... but the quality is nothing near! Pay $60 and come out hungry after mostly eating... rice! Come on... give the customer some quality ingredients in a reasonable (sufficient) quantity!... I am a 115 lb female... not 200lbs... do I think this critique is reasonable!
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