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4.0 stars - Based on 27 reviews
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08/04/2020 - MenuPix User
ive tried all the PHO places in town.....every single one!!! trust me this is the place, plus there spring rolls are crazy good!!!!!!!!
07/29/2020 - MenuPix User
Best we’ve ever had
05/13/2020 - MenuPix User
More than 25 years ago we were introduced to pho soup (and iced coffee) during a trip to Washington, D.C. Returning to San Antonio, we hunted around and found Taste of Asia/Pho Cong. We continue to go back again and again. Their spring rolls are a must! I may have tried pho soups at a lot of new restaurants that have popped up through the years, but the Taste of Asia's is the best we've ever found. If it ain't broken, don't fix it. See you there! :0)
05/06/2020 - Dianne
We Love the Food, Great Service and Atmosphere!
02/05/2020 - MenuPix User
01/27/2020 - Janie Gutierrez
Best Spring Rolls in town
01/06/2020 - MenuPix User
08/08/2018 - Dustin F.
Very good asian food. They have both vietnamese and chinese food, so we'll mix and match. The restaurant is pretty nice inside, on the nicer end of Chinese restaurants. Definitely not a hole in the wall.
01/18/2016 - patti
Love their food. Thank goodness I live close to here. There pho is the best on a cold day. Yummy noodles and the best broth.
11 reviews with an average rating of 3.5 stars have been consolidated here. Consolidated reviews are included in the calculation of the average rating of 4.0 stars which is based on 27 total reviews.
Kindly note that the above opening times & days of week may be changed subject to management's discretion & weather permitting.
All-Inclusive resident guests are entitled to 1 dinner per week per stay at this speciality restaurant, subject to availability.
The db San Antonio Hotel + Spa also warmly welcomes non-resident guests to enjoy all-inclusive dining with us.
All-Inclusive Buffet Dinner at €23.00 per adult with children 6-11 years dining for half price.
What is Included
All-Inclusive includes house wines, house beers, soft drinks, juices, water & coffee.
3 hours of complimentary parking is available on a first-come first-served basis.
Kids 0-5 years of age dine for free.
The above prices may vary and change on special occasions and according to the management's discretion.
Guests with special dietary requirements, are required to please notify us in advance to for our team to be able to cater for you.
All hotel guests can book their table directly at the hotel's premises, subject to the restaurant's availability.
It is recommended to book your table in advance by calling on Tel: (+356) 2350 2500 , (+356) 2350 2501 or (+356) 2350 2504 or email us on [email protected]
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25 San Antonio Asian Restaurants We Can't Live Without
8742 Wurzbach Road, (210) 485-5982
Service is speedy, and servings are massive at this spotless Vietnamese joint off Wurzbach that ends your meal with a warm bowl of tapioca.
Photo via Instagram, sophie_satx
Fujiya Japanese Garden
9030 Wurzbach Road, (210) 615-7553, fujiyajapanesegarden.com
Servers in traditional attire, a long list of sushi rolls to choose from, and a collection of Japanese bites (get the katsudon) have made this a favorite in the city since 1972.
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6905 Blanco Road, (210) 366-4508
This café introduced many San Antonians to Korean cuisine and has been rewarded with the top spot in the Best Korean category of our annual Best of San Antonio readers poll for many years. Homemade kimchi and the superior bulgogi continue to entice diners.
Photo via Instagram, alanmauricio84
Multiple locations, goldenwoksa.com
Sometimes you want tiny pockets of deliciousness in your mouth. Enter Golden Woks extensive dim sum menu, which helped propel it as Best Chinese in several of our Best of San Antonio readers polls. The hargau, tapioca skin stuffed with shrimp, are a staff favorite. Visit the Wurzbach location on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. for a dim sum house feel. Pick your poison from carts brought around to each table.
Photo via Instagram, jennifer__wan
Godai Sushi Bar and Restaurant
11203 West Ave., (210) 348-6781
Fusion sushi with a Western flair is the vibe at Godai. Classic sushi rolls, sashimi and yakisoba are all on the menu. Dont miss wine specials during Spurs games and always take a look at the specials board.
Photo at Instagram, Current
152 E. Pecan St., Suite 102, (210) 444-0702
San Anto's first noodle house came by way of chef Michael Sohocki, which means authentic as can be ramen, seasonal sides in a bar setting.
Photo via Instagram, mae_gusta_kidd
Arirang Korean Restaurant
2154 Austin Hwy, (210) 650-3845, arirangkoreanrestaurant.net.
Get ready to try some Korean snacks, or pan chan, at this spot theres at least 50 items on the bilingual menu and traditional soju, a rice-based distilled liquor, on offer. Were a fan of the pa jeon, green onion pancakes stuffed with seafood, and anything with octopus, but theres also plenty of kimchi and Korean barbecue.
Photo via Instagram, miss_eater_tx
Koi Kawa Japanese Restaurant
4051 Broadway, (210) 805-8111
A bright dining space near the San Antonio river is the setting for creative sushi, tasty sashimi and warm katsu don. Noteworthy menu items include the green tea and tempura ice cream.
Photo via Instagram, nique_was_here
Kim Wah Chinese Barbecue
7080 Bandera Road, (210) 520-2200 Dont be fooled by a long line of fan-drying ducks: You must order ahead. The duck is divine, wrapped in a puffy, dim-sum-like bun. As for the rest of dinner order from the serious Chinese menu and the chalkboard where youll find such exotic treats as braised intestine. Yum.
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6733 Bandera Road, (210) 451-5586
The noodles, available in both stretched and thick ribbons, are hand-pulled by a pair of Chinese transplants, hailing from the Anhui province. Go for the spicy lamb noodles, stay for the pork and celery dumplings.
Photo by Dan Payton
Lilys Philippine Restaurant
8210 Glider Ave., (210) 674-7007
From whole-cooked fish to fragrant stews to chicken adobo to biko and cassava cake, Lilys is your go-to for life on the island.
Photo via Instagram, yo_its_rev
Ming's Noodle Bar 5249 McCullough Ave., (210) 570-6318
When Mings Noodle Bar opened in mid-December, the small shop was taking a gamble on whether diners would latch on to this market staple. Six months later, as we sat slurping spicy coconut noodles in 97-degree temperatures, its evident Mings Noodle Bar has cemented owner Ming Qians grasp on our city.
Photo via Instagram, mingsthing
5307 Blanco Road, (210) 342-3622
Always a contender of Best Thai in our Best of San Antonio readers poll, Thai Dee serves up what we once described as ridiculously good, huge dishes at rock-bottom prices. Check the specials for truly authentic dishes and remember to BYOB.
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MJ China Bistro
10103 Huebner Road, (210) 265-5800
MJ avoids most Chinese décor clichés and tries hard to do the same on the menu with mixed but promising results. House specialties such as the MJ Steamed Bass typify the approach try it at lunch.
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My ChockDee Oriental Market
115 E. Lindbergh Blvd., Universal City, (210) 566-2210
Nothing is labeled, so its helpful to learn a few of the dishes before visiting (unless surprise stewed blood is your dinner goal), or dive into fried pork belly, kare kare stew, longanisa or lumpia, all found at this buffet.
Photo via Instagram, michael.s.alonzo
Nikis Tokyo Inn
819 W. Hildebrand Ave., (210) 736-5471
Dont let the outside fool you. Inside is masterful sushi, fresh and simple. Some even say its the most authentic Japanese food in town. Sit at the sushi bar and watch your sushi being delicately formed. Western-style and Japanese-style seating are also available. Dont miss the tempura dinners or ramen.
Photo via Instagram, silasloveskrystal
Pho Kim Long
4230 McCullough Ave., (210) 829-8021
Get the giggles out of the way before you head to Pho Kim Long. The joint carries pho favorites in massive bowls, vermicelli bun and Vietnamese sandwiches on soft bollilos. The lunch game is on-pointe.
Photo via Instagram, annahoangvu
Sari-Sari Filipino Restaurant
5700 Wurzbach Road, (210) 647-7274
Likely one of the few spots in town to offer halo-halo, or Filipino shaved ice, Sari-Sari also offers an extensive list of soups, starters, entrees, all-day breakfast and baked goods.
3505 Wurzbach Road, Suite 102, (210) 509-9999
Sichuan House delivers regional favorites hailing from Sichuan, found in the southwest of China. The menu is a bit daunting, but go for the handmade dumplings, smashed cucumber salad, tea-smoked duck, or eggplant. Remember to BYOB.
Photo via Instagram, pasmalz
Susies Lumpia House
8923 Culebra Road, Suite 106, (210) 616-4354
This buffet-style restaurant in the citys far west side offers freshness and a rotating list of dishes. Stop in for lunch for under $12.
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Kai Japanese & Asian Cuisine
2535 NW Loop 410, (210) 340-8888
Colorful plates with matching taste, this authentic Japanese restaurant serves affordable lunch specials and bento boxes. Try the shrimp tempura and a sake-rita.
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Multiple locations, thaichili.net
Curries, fish and noodle dishes in over 30 authentic varieties make this Thai spot, with locations off Thousand Oaks and Stone Oak, the ultimate in healthy pan-Asian cooking. Try the Phad Prik Khing, or Tod Mun Pla.
Photo via Instagram, brandonjermaine
Viet Nam Restaurant
3244 Broadway, (210) 822-7461
Albeit a name change in recent years, Viet Nam went back to the original moniker and continues to offer clay pots and banh xeo for the purist, and decadent spring rolls and richly accessorized pho for mainstream Asian dabblers.
Photo via Instagram, pjweirich
Yayas Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar
Multiple locations, yayasthai.com
This eatery has branches off Potranco, McCullough and Callaghan. The Thai pantheon stands out by virtue of its Panang curry with New York strip, the veggie-packed pad woon sen and fresh, well-seasoned apps like the lemongrass-packed fish cakes and the crisp, carefully fried spring rolls.
Photo via Instagram, stephelizzz
2347 NW Military Hwy., (210) 525-8118
The OG Sichuan spot in SA is still going strong. Try the challenging sliced pigs ear or duck tongues with jalapeño before retreating to the likes of the (also very good) stir-fried lamb with cumin.
Photo via Instagram, w0419
SAN ANTONIO — Do you think you can take on one of the spiciest peppers ever grown?
"That's probably the biggest compliment as a chef is they say, 'Yes, that is the hottest food I've ever had," said owner/chef Joseph Murray.
He is referring to the Thai Pepper that is used in several Thai dishes at his food truck, Golden Lotus. He and his wife Laura own the business located in The Point Park on 24188 Boerne Stage Road.
"I've actually been in the family restaurant business since 1986. And because of COVID, this gave me an opportunity, with my family's blessing, to do what I always wanted to do which is open up a food truck," said Joseph.
Their children work with them on occasion. And they said it's taught them great social skills. But it's also brought them together while serving the Alamo City.
"San Antonio has been great to me," said Laura. "It's a place that I value and I want to serve this community because I just love the people in San Antonio."
They’re known for their dishes like Ka Pow and Phad Thai. But many daredevils also come to take on the spice.
Even standing inside the truck, it was nearly impossible to not get teary-eyed from the spice! He's had customers order extra Thai Peppers. And it's so strong, Laura and their children will step out of the truck because it's so powerful.
So, if you take on the spice and it's too much for you, they suggest ordering a Boba tea because it's made with milk.
And we got to see them make a few other popular items:
"It's marinated in Thai spices and then covered in a sweet coconut milk," said Joseph.
Golden Lotus House Special Fried Rice
"That is our number one seller. It's about two pounds of goodness. And our special fried rice has shrimp and chicken," said Joseph.
"A traditional Thai street food, which is one of the most popular," said Joseph.
And if you want a plate with the Thai Peppers inside, the Ka Pow is your thing:
Joseph's family owns Asia Kitchen on 1739 SW Loop 410. So, he has years of experience. And Laura also worked there for years too. So, together, they’re a dynamic duo.
"I'm able to work next to my best friend, my wife. And without her help, there's no way we could do this together," said Joseph.
And Laura told us, "He's the true backbone of all of this."
So, if you’re looking to try their Thai food, click here for their full menu.
Situated on the top floor of the db San Antonio, Yushan offers a Chinese & Asian cuisine all-inclusive buffet with breath taking views of St. Pauls Bay as a backdrop. Main dishes are freshly prepared right in front of your eyes at the live cooking stations, by our talented Asian chefs.
The Yushan restaurant shall be open from June to mid October & ready to serve you on Monday, Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday during the following times for dinner
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