Although this unassuming strip-center eatery looks like two restaurants from the outside, it’s in fact a single business with two completely separate menus. Egg Roll #1 offers a broad selection of Chinese, while So Pho serves around 30 Vietnamese dishes, focusing on pho and noodles, with a smattering of grilled meats. The pho is splendid, delicately flavored with allspice and various aromatics, restorative in its unique way. Not to mention an absolutely delicious, sweetly savory grilled pork chop. The restaurant doesn’t offer much by way of décor, but it does an impressively strange musical mix, combining military orchestral, light opera and La Vegas-style crooners.
This popular bistro offers a full menu of sushi and sashimi dishes along with a variety of dishes from Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisines. The Spicy Sashimi Mix ($9.99) is listed as an appetizer, but makes a great meal with a combination of tuna, salmon and other fish diced up and served in a martini glass. The Bento Box meals, offering multiple courses and featuring veggie, meat and fish entrees (around $15), are a great value. There’s also a nice sake selection and a full bar.
"The mole poblano sweet potato fries are a must-taste." — Someone on Yelp, probably.
Freshness is a theme that runs throughout Sesame Chinese’s dishes. And these are no small dishes, either; freshness pervades the enormous portions of tilapia, Mongolian barbecue and even the sesame bean curd. Everything is cooked extremely well, making the most of the exotic ingredients' subtle flavors and textures from appetizer to dessert. The entrees at Sesame Chinese are so large that a couple could easily share a single serving and be satisfied.
Oriental Inn’s nondescript exterior hides a traditional Chinese restaurant with an old-school atmosphere and thoughtful presentation as well as a friendly staff and a spacious dining room that’s perfect for large groups. Don’t expect to see a buffet, but the moderately priced dishes are sizable enough to share with friends. The dinner dishes arrive on a serving plate that makes splitting an entrée even easier. Snack on complimentary fried wantons before the meal, but don’t fill up on them: the food is hearty, flavor-filled and often served with a garnish of fresh fruit. A menu of Korean dishes is available upon request.
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