5 Great Places To Get Asian Food in Tulsa

November 10, 2016

Asian_Cuisine-Tulsa.jpgAre you looking for exceptional Asian cuisine in Tulsa? Whether you're craving some spicy kung pao chicken or a fresh sushi roll, you'll find lots of variety to suit your tastes. The next time you dine out, try one of these top-notch Asian restaurants near the Springs at Woodlands South community in Tulsa.

1. Keo
3524 S Peoria Ave

For the best Asian fusion cuisine in Tulsa, look no further than Keo. This restaurant has won numerous awards, including Oklahoma Magazine's “Best Asian Restaurant,” several years in a row. Keo's menu offers a variety of Asian dishes, including Thai, Vietnamese and Malaysian with a touch of East Indian and French influence. Some dishes you should try are the Kmer noodles, Malaysian fried rice with duck, and the chocolate Mousse. Keo is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on the weekend.

2. China Garden
9720 E 31st St

At this authentic Szechuan restaurant, you’ll find many Chinese diners in search of traditional spicy flavor. Their menu boasts numerous hard-to-find authentic dishes such as cumin lamb and fiery water-cooked fish. They also offer standard dishes such as the twice-cooked pork. If you're craving some bold, spicy Asian cuisine, visit China Garden Tuesday through Sunday between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

3. In the Raw
6151 S Sheridan Rd

In the Raw is known as a great place for a romantic dinner and is renowned for their fine Japanese cuisine. They have won many awards, including Oklahoma Magazine's “Best Sushi of 2016.” Its dimly-lit, classy atmosphere, high-end cuisine and reasonable prices make it one of the most popular Asian restaurants in Tulsa. The menu features traditional and nouveau sushi, nigiri and sashimi. Visit In the Raw for lunch or dinner from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, or Saturday until 11 p.m.

4. Pho Da Cao
9066 E 31 St

For many people, the complex Vietnamese flavor of Pho can become an obsession. Pho Da Cao is a critically-acclaimed and popular spot for lovers of this fresh, hot Asian soup. They offer a variety of authentic Pho served in big bowls at a low price, and their wood-paneled decor provides an exotic, rustic atmosphere. You can visit Pho Da Cao seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

5. Guang Zhou Dim Sum
11630 Skelly Dr

It can be challenging to find authentic dim sum outside of Chinatown, but Guang Zhou in Tulsa is the real deal. They're known for their weekend dim sum, but their dinner menu also features some exceptional authentic Cantonese fare. They offer many authentic Cantonese seafood dishes, including chicken and salted fish hot pots, along with popular dishes like kung pao beef and sweet and sour chicken. Visit Guang Zhou Monday through Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

What are your favorite places for Asian cuisine in Tulsa? Feel free to mention them in the comments below.

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