If you’re looking for Asian cuisine, you’ll find several delicious options in West Chester. Whether you want a restaurant with a particular Asian specialty, or you’re looking for a diverse destination that serves a blend of Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese, and more, you can find what you’re craving near our Springs at West Chester and Springs at Liberty Township apartment communities. Stop by one of these five restaurants:
Open Monday through Saturday, Sun Garden serves Szechuan, Hunan, and Cantonese Chinese cuisine. The restaurant boasts healthy cuisine made with 100 percent vegetable oil and steamed vegetables. House specialties include sizzling beef with black peppers, Szechuan style chicken and shrimp, and Hunan beef and scallops.
Taiyo Wei serves a variety of Asian dishes inspired by Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese cuisine. For a great deal, try one of their lunch specials, available Monday through Saturday between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. These affordable options include moo goo gai pan, Thai coconut curry, and pad thai. You can also order a lunch bento box complete with white rice, a California roll, miso soup or a garden salad, and your choice of an entrée and appetizer.
The Geisha Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar offers gourmet Japanese dining with a diverse menu including inspired dishes like filet mignon carpaccio, sakura duck roll, and mango shrimp. From the fresh sushi to the hibachi grill, this restaurant offers delicious dishes for every course of your meal.
The Soho Japanese Bistro is another delicious choice for Japanese cuisine. The Teppanyaki grill serves filet mignon, lobster, and shrimp, while the sushi bar offers a fresh selection of hand rolled sushi. Intimate dining areas are available for special events, and Soho’s full bar offers decadent drinks to complete your experience.
Open Tuesday through Sunday, Pho 96 features traditional Vietnamese cuisine, noodles, and Vietnamese sandwiches, also known as banh mi. The restaurant’s signature dish is grilled pork and cold vermicelli noodles over greens with roasted peanuts and fish sauce to complete the entree.
Do you have a favorite spot for Asian dining in the area? Share your top picks and best-loved dishes in the comments section below!