Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Seaside. Seaside (formerly East Monterey) is a city in Monterey County, California, United States, with a population of 33,025 as of the 2010 census. Seaside is located 2.25 miles (3.6 km) east-northeast of Monterey, at an elevation of 33 feet (10 m). Seaside is the home of California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) and the Monterey College of Law, which are located on the site of the former military base Fort Ord. There you will find the Bayonet and Black Horse golf courses, once also part of the Fort Ord military base, now open to the public, and host to PGA Tour events, including the 2012 PGA Professional National Championship. Seaside is also the gateway to the Fort Ord National Monument Park, created on April 20, 2012. It has a rich history, diverse habitat, bountiful recreation opportunities, and helps protect and manage 83 miles of trails and over 44 species of plants and animals.
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4 based on 101 reviews
This small restaurant has a variety of the Thai dishes one would expect but some interesting variations. We tried the "Gulf of Siam" seafood dish---kind of a Thai bouillabaisse with the necessary spicy kick. Delicious. The Tom Yon soup, at even the medium spiciness level left our lips pleasantly burning. A great find in Monterey.
4 based on 193 reviews
Our family has enjoyed numerous birthday celebrations throughout the years at Sapporo, both inside the main dining room as well as in the festive Hibachi Room. While dining at a table, typically sharing seating with more than your party, Hibachi prepared food is a culinary and artistic experience where the Chef prepares your meals on a hot griddle, which is an extension of the table. Entertaining, artful food preparation, humor, tricks and explosive fires will delight and amaze all eagerly watching, resulting in laughter, camaraderie and a memorable, festive dining experience. If it is your birthday celebration, you will be serenaded by the staff, much to your embarrassment or delight. This is a fun adventure and the delicious resulting meal makes this a must do! Try to gaze up from the table to appreciate the marvelous views of the Harbor and Monterey Bay.
4 based on 40 reviews
Ok the place is ordinary. Ok it seemed empty. But the service was excellent, and the food was very good. Not perfect but did the job and the portion were good. Took the box, beef and some sushi Philadelphia. All was good. Thanks
4 based on 39 reviews
What a great place! We had fried oysters, guyoza (sorry for misspelling), sashimi 14 pieces, Udon with beef, Ramen and 2 glasses of wine for 108 dollars, very reasonable. W we were full and very satisfied. Food was very fresh, high quality and delicious. We'll be back.
4 based on 64 reviews
This is a hole in the wall restaurant with modest front entrance and decor. However, the food is authentic Cantonese style and excellent! Owner's wife is very outgoing and will do anything to satisfy customer's taste. Wide variety of dishes available. Do not pass up this opportunity
4 based on 53 reviews
When we visit Vietnamese restaurants, my husband orders the pho. He is very discerning about his soup and loved the pho at this restaurant. I usally order the spring rolls, which were a bit under par, but okay, The full restaurant attests to the popularity of the place. Marina is becoming a hot spot for reasonably priced restaurants with dishes from far flung locales.
4 based on 411 reviews
We had good sushi & service walking distance to our hotel. We werenât starving so found this place out of convenience thru Trip Advisor.Food & service was good, 5 min wait. Lacked decor as 1 un-inspired room but satisfied what we needed, just a light dinner.
4 based on 53 reviews
phone: 831-899-2622. This is the absolute BEST restaurant in seaside!! It is always packed with locals from the monterey bay area. The highest priced item on the menu is $6.50. It has the best pho, lemongrass chicken, and five spiced chicken I have ever h
The address is incorrect. The restaurant is near the Korean restaurant. The food was very good and plentiful. The only complaint other than TripAdvisor posting the wrong address, it was in the fifties the night we went and they insisted on keeping the front door wide open. We had to move and still eat with our coats on.
4 based on 84 reviews
Because Zab Zab was closed and we weren't in the mood for cooking, we decided to branch out with a DoorDash order to Baan Thai.We ordered what we usually get from Zab Zab as a baseline comparison, but ended up disappointed. Both the sweet and sour chicken and tom yum soup were over seasoned with fish sauce. The panang curry was good and portions were plentiful, but will stick with Zab Zab to avoid the overpowering fishiness.
4 based on 73 reviews
Sushi Time used to be one of our âgo toâ locations for a satisfying meal at lunch or dinner. This is no longer the case. Since the owners opened up another restaurant in town they seem to be no longer paying attention to Sushi Time. Service, which was always brisk but professional, is now horrible. The cashierâs attitude is invariably nasty. Who needs that when going out for what should be a pleasant experience?Theyâve also switched seafood suppliers and quality has taken a nosedive. Sushi used to be consistently fresh and delicious. Now Iâve gotten several orders at Sushi Time with fish that looks and smells old. Iâve ordered Teriyaki that arrived with an âoffâ taste and rice that was over cooked. No thanks. Iâd suggest Harumi or Crystal Fish for those who are looking for a fresh and healthy meal. Sushi Time is now off our list for good.
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