Best Asian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Asian food in Missoula. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Asian restaurants near you.. Peacefully tucked away in the heart of the northern Rocky Mountains, Missoula is the perfect spot for a weekend of history, culture and outdoor fun. Home to the University of Montana, one of the most architecturally distinguished academic institutions in the country, the city offers a number of intellectually stimulating attractions. Spend a few hours browsing through the exhibits at the Art Museum of Missoula or take a trip back in time at the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula. The city's close proximity to three major rivers and acres of lush forest means visitors can also enjoy a host of recreational activities, from fly fishing and kayaking to hiking and biking. Missoula's historic downtown area has classic early-century buildings and boasts unique shops, galleries, fine dining and a lively nightlife. With kids in tow, don't miss Dragon Hollow, a magical playground that features an extraordinary hand-carved carousel.
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4 based on 25 reviews
Come by your local Noodles & Company at 3680 Brooks St., , Missoula where its globally inspired dishes including noodles, soups and salads, come together to create a World Kitchen.
I was in town for work and wanted something quick but healthy. Noodles and Company was near where I was working so I thought I'd give it a shot. I ordered the small Mediterranean Salad and the Japanese Udon noodles and they were both delicious. You can even substitute with zoodles aka zucchini noodles. There were lots of different options. I'll definitely stop in again the next time I'm in town.
4 based on 61 reviews
We have stayed and taught in Thailand. The food here is as good as in Bangkok!We brought a group of visiting Thai professors here and they were delighted! It was as good as home!We go several times a month. Dinner has a full menu while lunch is cafeteria style with two or three items?
4 based on 34 reviews
The lady at the art museum recommended that we go here, and boy are we glad. The food and service are both excellent here. I had chicken pad Thai, and my husband had shrimp and black garlic sauce. It was chock full of veggies and big shrimp. My pad Thai was just the right amount of spice. Loved this place right across the street and around the corner from the art museum.
4 based on 50 reviews
Was in Vietnam once, loved the food, and this place reminds me of it. Had chicken pad thai, and loved every bite. I'm no expert on VN food, but this is sure a nice place to eat and I try to stop here when I'm travelling through Missoula.
4 based on 77 reviews
Local Pan Asian cuisine in downtown Missoula featuring SE Asian, Japanese, Indian, Korean. Real ingredients and real food. Serving organic brown rice. Plenty of meat, vegetarian and vegan options. Beer, wine, sake, teas including boba tea.
This is one of those places you look for when dining in the city. Reasonable prices. Large helpings. Fresh food. Loved the Kao Soi (yellow curry with veggies)! I chose to have it with glass noodles which they do conveniently offer for GF customers. Definitely will go back when Iâm in town.
4 based on 83 reviews
Specializing in sushi, Sushi Hana Downtown is the first sushi bar and Japanese restaurant to open in Montana. We serve traditional Japanese and sushi dishes as well as original contemporary ones.
The restaurant is centrally located downtown and serves the best sushi in town. I've been a few times for dinner and it has nearly always been busy. The last time happened to be on $1 sushi night and the University students were there in force. Service is friendly but not always able to keep up with the crush of diners. I recommend the tempura shrimp and vegetable dinner.
4 based on 202 reviews
When we come to town we normally do take out. This time we dined in for lunch. The staff was friendly. Food was great. Plus dining in means I got to order desert. There is crayons and a color pages to keep the kids busy.Thank you for your review RJohnson1975. We are delighted you had great food, a great experience with our team and enjoyed your dessert! We hope to see you again soon and will pass along your praise to our Mustard Seed Missoula team.
4 based on 72 reviews
I have always gone to Kobe for its excellent sushi. This time our Missoula family argued for the Teppanyaki grill. I was a reluctant recruit. I learned that just because the chefs are great showmen and entertainments doesn't mean the food is mediocre. We had the fried rice upgrade with steak and with steak + scallops. The scallops were overdone, but the steak and fried rice was excellent. There was lots of skillful action with the knives and other excitement. I'm going to be conflicted next time I'm in Missoula.
4 based on 113 reviews
I like the idea! The food was delicious but we went on a Saturday night and the line to fill the ingredient bowls was really long and then you had to stand in it for a long time while you waited for your food to cook. I wish there had been two ranges so it could have moved faster and those guys cooking didnât have to work so hard! Also, whatâs the point of offering appetizers if your customers are standing in line while the appetizers are just sitting on your table? If we lived in the area Iâd definitely go back but maybe on a less busy night! Thanks for the helpful review! We always appreciate honest feedback about our process so that we can improve for the future!
4 based on 227 reviews
With creative twists on classic recipes there is something for everyone in the family. It's Italian Nachos, Minestrone, Lasagne, Tiramisu, Chianti, Frank Sinatra, Great Fun, Wonderful Service and a whole lot more... Ciao Mambo atmosphere works just as wel
Three of us ate here. They serve very typical Italian-American food with a few twists. We started by sharing a âTootsie Rollâ appetizer, one of the twists. These were egg roll wrappers wrapped around a filling of ricotta flavored with pesto and deep-fried. These were served in a garlicky tomato sauce, and were quite good, almost like savory cannolis. For the entrees, we had the linguine in white clam sauce, the veal scallopini and eggplant Parmesan. The best of these was probably the veal, which was quite tender and flavorful. The linguine was unfortunately over-cooked but there were plenty of clams in a flavorful white sauce with lots of garlic (canât be too much garlic in my opinion). The eggplant dish was just average, and nothing to write home about. We finished with a tiramisu which was quite tasty. The wine list was quite small, and unfortunately did not have any Italian selections, at least among the by-the-glass choices. All in all, the food was quite good, but not close to the best Italian food Italian food that Iâve ever had.
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