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Asian Cuisine

Asian Cuisine
AMERICAN PEKING RESTAURANT
This Chinese restaurant has Beijing fare that appeals to westerners. Must famous dishes are peking duck and beggar chicken.
AMMO
Taking over the historical site of a former explosives magazine compound created by the British army in the mid-19th century, Ammo is a new restaurant and bar at the new Asia Society Hong Kong Center in Admiralty.
ARIRANG
One of the original and best Korean restaurants in town. Arirang has great barbeque and offers popular dishes from all over Korea.
AT CORNER AT HEA PLACE
A very nice Japanese restaurant with a clean, simple and stylish décor, spacious and cozy setting and a wonderful harbor view. Very popular among chic Chinese professionals.
AUSTRALIA DAIRY COMPANY
Australia Dairy Company is the leader of the pack in terms of Cha Chang Tengs along with Tsui Wah.
AYUTHAIYA
This new Thai restaurant is right under the Midlevels escalator on Hollywood road.
BEIJING DUMPLINGS
This establishment, though it looks like it's in a back alley, serves some of the most delicious Beijing-style dumplings in town.
BICHO
Amazing Yakitori in an intimate venue.
BISTRO BAMBOO
This Chinese restaurant is in a hidden location off the escalator.
BISTRO MANCHU
This romantic Chinese-themed restaurant serves the kind of Chinese food which appeals to Western tastes. It's a great place to take a date.
BO INNOVATION
This 2 Michelin Star restaurant serves a range of fusion Asian cuisine with the finest ingredients. The Wagyu Cheung Fan is the must try, so as the famous Lap Cheung Ice Cream.
BUDAOWENG HOT POT CUISINE
A chic and upscale hot pot restaurant in Times Square.
BUSY SUZIE (CLOSED)
Fun, lively and theatrical, this slick Robatayaki restaurant in TST is a great spot
BUTAO RAMEN
Butao Ramen is a Japanese eatery on Wellington Street. Currently under renovation.
CAFE BORD DE MER (Soft Opening)
Located on the ground floor of Auberge Discovery Bay, Cafe Bord de Mer serves innovative French and Asian cuisines in an open and relaxed environment.
CAFE SIAM
A Hong Kong Thai institution that started back in 1999, Cafe Siam has now been relocated to Lan Kwai Kong (LKF) with the same great Thai food that they originally became famous for, along with some new twists.
CAGE
Located quietly at the stairs towards NoHo, this red-painted restaurant with simple oriental décor serves fusion food with style ranging from French to Vietnamese, Italian to Cantonese.
CHACHAWAN
Chachawan is an Issan Thai bar featuring simple, down-to-earth and small plates.
CHAN KUN KEE
This open air food stall is famous for their budget wok-fried dishes and other Chinese specialty dishes.
CHILLI FAGARA
This little Sichuan restaurant tucked in Graham Street has the hottest food in Soho (literally). The decor is modern and stylish in design.

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