Reviews on Asian food in Morgantown, West Virginia, United States. Morgantown is a city in and the county seat of Monongalia County, West Virginia, situated along the banks of the Monongahela River. It is known as the home of West Virginia University and the Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit system. With a permanent population of 31,073 per the 2015 U.S. Census estimates, Morgantown is the largest city in North-Central West Virginia. The Morgantown metropolitan area has a population of 138,176.
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4 based on 113 reviews
YUM!...our first grubhub order and we picked a winner!...came to morgantown for a couple days and had our meal delivered to the fairfield inn...we got 2 banh mi and 2 curry dishes...when they describe it as spicy, believe it!...portions were large and the sandwiches were fresh...they didn't skimp on the beef!...all dishes were delish and we will order again when in town!...fast, friendly service too, came to the room~...
4 based on 41 reviews
The food was really good and love the teas. They have different varieties of tea. You can get hot or cold
4 based on 30 reviews
Although a bit off the beaten path in the Northpointe Plaza, this attractive restaurant warrants the time to find it! I was driving by and stopped for lunch....which is served until 3:00. When the server came to my table, he greeted me with two small bowls.....kimchi and pickled cucumbers. Both were excellent appetizers! I ordered the chicken tempura, which came with miso soup, rice, vegetable tempura, salad AND a California roll. Lunch turned into dinner!! All was well prepared and pleasingly presented. Excellent service, too!
4 based on 21 reviews
Casual Vietnamese joint Serving Pho, Banh mi, Vermicelli Noodle, Rice, Crepe, Vietnamese Coffee appetizers etc. Self Seating, Kiosk ordering, Online ordering, Smart phone payments, meals starting under $ 10
I never come expecting the conventional either here or the owner's other restaurant (Chaang Thai). The computer ordering system seems a little weird at first, but you get used to it pretty quickly. The food is insane. It is so good. It reminds me of the food I'd get at holes in the wall in Garden Grove, California (a Vietnamese enclave) and takes me back to those fond memories with a full stomach. The pho is delicious, I would recommend the basic round steak pho to anyone, even the biggest skeptic and newbies to Vietnamese cooking. The banh mi are HUGE, you get the whole baguette. If you're coming really hungry, that's what you need. Overall, strongly recommend.
4 based on 35 reviews
Our favorite restaurant was closed on Sundays so we tried Fujiyama, which was also near our hotel (Holiday Inn Express). We opted for the grill section, wanting grilled seafood and vegetables. The service was a little slow as I believe they were waiting to have additional people at our grill. The food was cooked fresh in front of us and was good, but not exceptional. We were happy, though, to be able to eat seafood and vegetables. The chef's "performance" was ok also. In all it was an ok experience but not something we would necessarily return for.
4 based on 38 reviews
Certainly the proprietor's choice to serve no alcohol but I prefer beer with my spicy Thai food. Definitely a college place filled with loving couples and groups of students and one or two students with their parents. Great people watching! Menu slection is pretty good but they were out of our first choice. We were at a very small table. The waitstaff seemed more focused and welcoming when dealing with students than with us old folks.
4 based on 47 reviews
Dining in is almost always a good experience with the food being fairly high quality and service pretty prompt. Take out has disappointed me a couple times, but is definitely recommend it.
4 based on 37 reviews
Who would have thought you can find Japanese people in Morgantown West Virginia? But here they are, running an authentic Japanese shokudo with all of the iconic comfort foods of Japan. The owners are friendly and each time we go to visit family in Morgantown, we make it a point to visit. Nothing is outstanding, per se but it's solid family home cooking like we have in Japan. Enjoy the rice dishes and some ramen and you will get a nice representation of Japan.
4 based on 190 reviews
I ordered a hot ham sandwich, it came on homemade bread. Very stale and hard to eat. $12 For a sandwich and I got charged extra for onions. My wife ordered lasagna and couldnât eat it. Nothing but a bowl of chunky sauce. At $18 she expected better.
4 based on 104 reviews
Stopped in after a day of hiking and was delightfully surprised.The place was busy and we sat at the open last table.The wait staff was quick and polite. The service was a little slow and she came back to apologize.The sashimi was fresh and rolls were delicious. Udon was hot also delicious which hit the spot on a day suddenly got cold.The house wine was quite good for $20.00 a bottle.All in all, a good place to visit.
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