Reviews on Asian food in Cromwell, Connecticut, United States. Cromwell is a town in Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States located in the middle of the state. The population was 14,005 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 67 reviews
Our friends who live near the area took us there, great choice! Lots of special sushi rolls, I tried the Snow White roll with spicy tuna, very special and yummy! Ordered a sushi and sashimi combo, very fresh fish and definitely value for money. Strongly recommended if you are looking for a Japanese place in Middletown
4 based on 96 reviews
Couldnât wait to return to enjoy dinner here after over a yearâs absence. I opted to relish my favorite entree, General Tso Chicken. Iâve tried it at many other places all across the country and the General Tso Chicken here is absolutely mouth watering. As usual the portions are more than ample at a unbeatable price of $17.00. The staff is always top notch and the bartender is a fantastic person whom I have known for over 10 years. Such a delightful man. The Forbidden City should be on your must try list in Middletown on your next visit. Only regret that I live over 1,000 miles away from this hidden treasure.
4 based on 30 reviews
The staff is friendly, the ambience is quiet and relaxing, prices are fair, and the food is great. My husband always gets the $20 all-you-can-eat option and he is never disappointed, I stick to the beef teriyaki which is delicious. They are very accommodating and polite.
3 based on 57 reviews
While staying at the nearby Courtyard, we stopped in for some Sushi to hold us over until we went to a celebratory event later that evening. We ordered 2 different kinds of sushi and each of us had a glass of wine. The service was pleasant and very efficient. Our meals arrived in no time and the sushi was some of the best I've ever had. Fresh & delicious! Highly recommend Oyama!
4 based on 93 reviews
We had lunch here. The restaurant is like a lot of Asian restaurants, the interior is not inspiring. We ordered the Thom Kha soup twice, both with chicken. Good but not special. As main we had a curry, very very spicy and the lemon grass steak. We asked if the curry could be made a little less spicy but the waitress said it was impossible with the curries. Missed chance. Both dishes in the end not that special. The service is like in any Asian restaurant, quick without any personal interest.
4 based on 12 reviews
Excellent Thai food and the service friendly and quick the Drunken noodle and Pad Thai are delicious as are the spring rolls
4 based on 62 reviews
There was no Tibetan cuisine listed so I chose Nepali. Lunch hours: Mon - Sat : 11:30 am to 3 pm Dinner hours: Mon - Sat : 5:00 pm to 9 pm, Sunday: ClosedPhone# 860 - 343 - 3073
Had lunch here with my cousin/friend and it was delicious. Started with cd spicy sesame noodles and then on to bok choy with mushrooms and chicken with white rice and then chicken dumplings with cabbage salad with sesame vinagrette dressing. Enjoyable lunch, just wish they offered Brown rice though.
4 based on 97 reviews
We won a gift card from this restaurant and very glad that we got a chance to eat here. Food was so much lighter and fresher than we expected. Very nice. Good service except that we had to ask for chopsticks as there were only knives and forks on the table. Food was wonderful--presentation delightful. I hope to go back there.
4 based on 19 reviews
After several disappointing experiences with sushi joints that are springing up everywhere (mostly replacing Chinese takeout spots), this gem was a welcome change. The staff were all eager to accommodate the finicky diner, and the meal was great. I had sushi appetizer, a nice mix of raw fish; the seaweed salad, and vegetable tempura. My only complaint would be that there was too much starchy component to the latter - - some more representation of the green vegetables would have been nice. But, given the willingness to accommodate, I probably would have been able to get more broccoli and less starch had I asked. In all, a good choice for a quick meal. I will make a point of detouring to visit this spot again.
4 based on 57 reviews
Being from the Washington DC area we were not aware that Chinese takeouts do not automatically come with white rice which I could not find on the menu anywhere(lots of choices of fried rice)We ordered 2 large chicken meals and an egg roll which was delivered to our hotel.The food itself was pretty good as far as taste goes but was delivered with no plastic forks,plates or napkins!Knowing it was going to a hotel did they expect us to eat it with our hands?!
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