Reviews on Asian food in Kaysville, Utah, United States. Kaysville is a city in Davis County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 27,300 at the 2010 census, with an estimated population of 29,494 in 2014. This is also where the YouTube channel "Whats Inside?" lives.
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4 based on 61 reviews
Went for a late lunch with a group of five adults. Even thought they were not busy, the service was very slow. Gyoza appetizer was brought out after the Miso and salads. By the time the last entree was brought out, the person with the first entree was nearly done. We ordered steamed rice, and near the end of the meal we asked if they were going to bring us the rice, the response was it isn't done yet...What? A Japanese Restaurant that doesnât have rice ready to serve?! They offered to put it in a âto goâ box for us. That's absurd! We had to ask for water and soda refills, while we watched servers and cooking staff sit in a booth by the kitchen and count cash. Then to top it all off, they charged us dinner prices during lunch time. Is this place under new management? We have been there before and it has been very good, but after this experience, we are not going back!
At HuHot you are the master of your destiny. Create your own unlimited stir fry by choosing from our vast selection of meats, noodles, vegetables and Asian-inspired sauces. Then watch as your creation is cooked to perfection on our grill of epic proportio
Hu Hot. Went there last week and the 3 of us were very underwhelmed. Sorry no pics. We ordered 2 hot and sour soups and one Asian salad to accompany or plates. The food selection was abundant and well stocked but that's were or joy ended. The bowls they provide you are smaller than other Mongolian BBQ'S we have been to. Once we built our desired dish had to stand in line and wait our turn to hand of our meal to the cook to be placed on the grill top. As we stood in the line we had to try not to fall from the slippery juices, that are all over the floor, that have poured or dripped from the bowls of those waiting in line. Once we made our way to the metal counter at the cooking station, which was also covered in juices, veggies and noodles that had escaped from others bowls, we got to once again wait while our food was cooked. We finally got back to our table we s as t down with our plates to enjoy our appetizers. Our to soups were there but not the salads. The soups for us were different in flavor than what we are used to experiencing at other asian restaurants. We dug in to our dishes. Obviously the taste and quality of the dish here, as with other Mongolian joints, depends on how you yourself prepared it. Once we finished we all agreed that the portion was too small because of the small bowls we were provided. We also decided we did not want to go back through the line of disgust for another serving. Sadly we will not be going back. We wanted to enjoy it and add it to our list of go to restaurants, but it won't be on it.
3 based on 25 reviews
Experienced "reservations" about buffets in general and more resistance about eating there at first. However, upon entering you immediately know through your senses that all will be well at least and perhaps exceeding expectations. The "Seafood" items were more than plentiful to choose from as was the cuisine typically Chinese. The price was pleasantly low for the quality and the service commensurate with higher end entities. This restaurant was an eye opener and I will surely look forward to many more dinners there in the coming months. Try it, you'll not be disappointed P/S They have American dishes for those wanting more variety.
3 based on 22 reviews
This location is nice for those in Farmington who don't want to drive out of town for Chinese. The atmosphere is typical for a Chinese restaurant, and the prices are on par with every other family-style Chinese restaurant I have been to. The service was good, and the food was average. It is nice for quick take-out or an easy sit-down meal when you are in a time-crunch.
4 based on 37 reviews
We had limited expectations as the restaurant is located into a commercial area and the outside does not look new.However the menu offers many options: meat, veggie, non spicy, etcThe beef dishes were excellent with a meat perfectly cooked. The pho were also delicious It is owned and operated by Thai people and you can taste that the dishes are genuine and cook to order
4 based on 92 reviews
There are only a couple of really great sushi places in Davis/Weber county and this is one of them. We try to go over on half price Tuesdays.
3 based on 21 reviews
The Royal Jade has become one of my favorite Chinese restaurants in Layton. Even though, it is more Americanized Chinese food, it is still great. The best time to go is during lunch because you can get a whole meal including soup, wonton, fried rice, a huge portion of your favorite dish for around $6. I recommend that everyone at the table orders something different and you can ask for extra plates so you can share the different items as I said before the portions are huge and I find it hard to eat so much of the same thing. The service is great here and I would recommend it to any looking for an off the main drive chinese restaurant.
4 based on 35 reviews
We have eaten here several times over the last several years. Yes, the menu could be a bit confusing in that it says "included" for several items, but that does not mean they waste food by automatically putting it out. You have to ask for it just like you do for the rolls and nigari (have seen other all you can eat places that do the same in other states). Not a reason to down check a place when you just had to ask.Daughter, wife and me for daughter's B-day lunch, Wednesday at 11:30 AM. Wife had the shrimp bento box for about $13, daughter and I had the AYCES for $15 each. I took half a dot off because there is a better sushi place within 10 miles, but it is not all you can eat, more expensive, and I think Tony's is a bit friendlier. I took another half dot off because the rolls (lunch menu) are semi-repetitive compared to another location about five miles away (all you can eat) but Tony's is cleaner and has better quality control. Over all I rate Tony's (for lunch) at 4.5. Reading some other reviews on other sites, if you do eat here, realize that the term SUSHI comes from one of the main ingredients, cooked vinegared rice or sushi-meshi. If you just want the toppings, then you need to order SASHIMI, which is a LOT more expensive.Overall our rolls, soup, and nigari were very good, the vegetable tempura was above average, and the crab rangoon was good too. The wife liked her bento box, but had to give us some of her stuff because she could not eat it all.The wait staff was one older Asian and one young Anglo, both were good at keeping us up to date and eating. There were tables of one single, two, seven, and four, plus our three and it looked like we were all kept satisfied.Value, that is very subjective. It has been some time since I ate AYCES elsewhere, so I may be a bit off (especially with the economy issues), but I would say 4.5 rounded down.When I want to sushi out, this is my first choice in the Layton, Utah area.Oh, and I marked "Is this one of the best meals you've ever had in a restaurant?" as no. The best AYCES (with many other American and Asian items) was a semi-true Japanese style all you could eat restaurant in Escondido, California back in 2002 (since closed). THAT was a top of the line place ($35 if I recall)! Was stuffed for two days, yummmmie.
4 based on 27 reviews
A great alternative to thickly breaded fried chicken and just baked...the crust is thin and crispy. The side items were nothing to mention.
4 based on 50 reviews
The parking lot was full. We ended parking over at the next restaurants parking lotThere was plenty of seating inside. Ordered egg roll which were only ok. We were only half way through them when my wife's main course came. Mine did not come until she was half way through hers.Her Curry was good, but ordered at medium hot was a little to spicy. I ordered the special Kaput with extra pork and medium spicy. It was very bland. I like giving fives but for me this was only a three.
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