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Finding local asian restaurants is as easy as getting out the phone book or strolling down the street. But finding the best local restaurants requires a willingness to do a little research and spend time talking with the people who live and eat there, in Omaha Nebraska you will find many good restaurants, here you have a list of the Best Asian Restaurants in Omaha Nebraska


P.F. Chang’s

 

 

 

 

 

Located in 10150 California St, Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: +1 402-390-6021

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our heritage

early 1960s
Even though the first P.F. Chang’s opened in 1993, the story begins in the early 1960s. Cecilia Chiang was flourishing in the wild success of her Chinese restaurant, The Mandarin. Flash forward to 1974 and she has a second location in Beverly Hills, feeding celebrities like John Lennon and Yoko Ono. That year, Cecilia was called back to China for an extended trip. Her son, Philip, just out of art school, was realizing the woes of finding work as an artist, so he stepped in to run the restaurant. And run the restaurant he did.

1990s
Enter restaurateur Paul Fleming. He’s living in Arizona running a successful restaurant concept, but his favorite Chinese place, called Mandarette, is in Los Angeles. There’s one question that he just can’t get out of his head: How does restaurant owner Philip Chiang make only three ingredients taste so tantalizingly delicious? He couldn’t let these recipes stay secret for long. With a handshake, they agreed to share the magic and P.F. Chang’s was born.

p.f. chang’s today
P.F. Chang’s is an Asian restaurant concept founded on making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. Created in 1993 by Philip Chiang and Paul Fleming, P.F. Chang’s is the first multi-unit restaurant concept in the U.S. to honor and celebrate the 2,000-year-old tradition of wok cooking as the center of the guest experience. Since inception, P.F. Chang’s chefs have been hand-rolling dim sum, hand chopping and slicing all vegetables and meats, scratch cooking every sauce and wok-cooking each dish, every day in every restaurant. P.F. Chang’s new Farm to Wok® menu highlights its wholesome, scratch-cooking approach and introduces new dishes and drinks for lunch, happy hour and dinner. Today, P.F. Chang’s has 210+ U.S. restaurants, including airport locations, plus over 95 restaurants in more than 25 countries across the globe.

Fú Asian Grill

 

 

 

 

Located in 343 N 24th St, Omaha, NE 68102

Phone: +1 402-206-5120

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Healthy, affordable, authentic asian restaurant, handmade crab rangoon, spring rolls next to Creighton University and Joslyn Art Museum on 24th St.

Pan Asian Terrace

 

 

 

 

Located in 1201 S 157th St Suite A1, Omaha, NE 68130

Phone: +1 402-502-0518

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We believe in made to order, hot and freshly prepared pan asian servings.  Our signature items consist of pork, chicken, tofu, seafood, beef and soups. Our Unique blend of panasian cooking practices with our special blend of spices are our signature brand.  You will enjoy a full service bar, amazing soups and everything you would expect from upscale asian cuisine.

Vietnamese Asian Restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

Located in 7212 Jones St, Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: +1 402-397-9125

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We make delicious Pho and other Vietnamese and Thai dishes for you!

Pho: A seasoned broth filled with soft rice noodles and tender beef, itching to fill your mouth with deliciousness. Garnish it with some fresh beansprouts and cilantro, and you will have the perfect dish. And of course, some Sriracha and Hoisin sauce to get your mind blown away.

 

Blue & Fly Asian Kitchen

 

 

 

 

Located in 721 S 72nd St suite 111, Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: +1 402-504-6545

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Blue & Fly Asian Kitchen offers delicious dining and takeout to Omaha, NE.

Blue & Fly Asian Kitchen is a cornerstone in the Omaha community and has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff.

Our Chinese restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients.

 

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Taipei | Asian Cuisine

 

 

 

 

 

Located in 2859 S 168th St, Omaha, NE 68130

Phone: +1 402-333-1991

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Taipei Asian Cuisine restaurant is a family run business and was established in 2016. Our highly experienced chefs only use the finest ingredients to achieve award-winning flavors.

Bangkok Kitchen

 

 

 

 

Located in 1905 Farnam St, Omaha, NE 68102

Phone: +1 402-346-5874

If your looking for a new Thai to try out and have never eaten from Bangkok Kitchen, I highly recommend going here. Best Thai food ever. Nice place to go and dine in as well. Very relaxed and casual. The Beef Pad Thai and Spring Rolls are some of the blessings Bangkok Kitchen serves. Happy Eating!

 

Asian Burmese Restaraunt

 

 

 

 

 

Located in 5912 Ames Ave, Omaha, NE 68104

Phone: +1 402-614-8966

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This restaurant by far has been the best restaurant for authentic Burmese Cuisine in Omaha. I recently tried their highly recommended Rainbow Rice/ Biryani Rice with Curry and their dish was my favorite from all the biryanis I’ve tasted before. If you’re looking to try something new and extremely well tasting, I suggest this restaurant.

Hiro 88

 

 

 

 

 

Located in 1308 Jackson St, Omaha, NE 68102

Phone: +1 402-933-5168

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From robust flavors and inventive dishes to fine wines, trendy cocktails, and inviting ambience, a visit to HIRO 88 is a complete experience, and we want our guests to enjoy every minute. Hiro 88 is an upscale Pan-Asian restaurant group with locations in Omaha and Lincoln, NE. With the help of renowned architects like Japan’s Nakamura-san, we’ve created distinct atmospheres at each of our locations, each inspired by its surrounding neighborhood. Serving award-winning Chinese cuisine and some of Omaha’s best sushi, we have something for everyone’s palate.

 

I Love Pad Thai

 

 

 

Located in 333 N 78th St, Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: +1 402-934-3566

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Always amazing and spot on. They do a wonderful job here. EMPLOYEES ARE VERY FRIENDLY. The curry is great. I order a spicy level 10 and request it to be extra extra spicy- it could be spicier but I think they’re trying! Love this place.

 

HuHot Mongolian Grill

 

 

 

Located in 990 S 72nd St, Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: +1 402-933-9550

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CREATE YOUR OWN UNLIMITED STIR FRY AT THE HOTTEST ASIAN RESTAURANT IN OMAHA. HUHOT IS NOT A CHINESE BUFFET, BUT INSTEAD A FRESH MARKET OF INGREDIENTS AND UNIQUE SAUCES WHERE YOU ARE THE CHEF! BUILD YOUR STIR FRY MASTERPIECE FROM OUR WIDE SELECTION OF MEATS, SEAFOOD, NOODLES, VEGETABLES AND ASIAN-INSPIRED SAUCES, THEN WATCH AS OUR GRILL WARRIORS COOK IT TO PERFECTION. YOU ARE IN CONTROL! FROM RAW INGREDIENTS TO A HOT MEAL IN YOUR HANDS, THE HUHOT MONGOLIAN GRILL EXPERIENCE IS ONE OF THE SAFEST DINING OPTIONS AROUND. PERFECT FOR THOSE WITH DIETARY RESTRICTIONS, AND THOSE WITH APPETITES FOR CRAVE-WORTHY NOODLE BOWLS. HUHOT CAN ACCOMMODATE VEGETARIANS, GLUTEN-FREE DINERS, KETO OR PALEO DIETS AND ANYONE WHO IS LOOKING FOR A HEALTHY BUT DELICIOUS DINING OPTION THE WHOLE FAMILY CAN ENJOY.

How to Find the Best Local Restaurants

There are a number of Web sites devoted to professional and amateur restaurant reviews in larger cities. It’s not as easy, though, to find information on restaurants in smaller towns and out-of-the way places.

Talk with locals

Use word of mouth to your advantage. If you’re visiting, don’t just pick up brochures at the tourist bureau, ask the people who work there what their favorite restaurants are and why. Do the same at your hotel, gas stations and shops.

Use Internet

Go online and find the city’s Web site. Frequently there will be a dining section and individual restaurants may post reviews. Links to restaurants give you an opportunity to read menus and discover what cuisine the restaurant serves.

Search Information

Visit Web sites that aggregate information about cities, such as City Data, Yahoo Local and AOL’s City Guide. Check the discussion forums for restaurant recommendations.

Local newspaper

Check local newspapers. Don’t limit yourself to the major paper. Pick up weeklies and free newspapers. Read the ads to obtain tips on dining. Consider attending a fund-raising event that features local foods, such as a church supper or firehouse chicken dinner. While you’re eating, chat with people about good restaurants.

Use Yelp

Search by city at Yelp for restaurant reviews by locals in hundreds of locations. The site has discussion forums and a blog. Sign up for Yelp Mobile to have information delivered to your phone.

Location of the Restaurant

Choose a Restaurant you can walk to. When you want to have a great time, driving afterwards can pose a real problem. So, get a restaurant that is close by where you can easily walk or where it is easy to get a cab. Another fifty bucks for a cab to go to a restaurant adds unnecessary expense.

Of course, it is different when the location is truly superb: a lake, seaside, riverside or a spectacular view of the mountain or an architectural gem. But food must be excellent to enjoy a $50 cab ride value.

Ambience Matters

Sometimes, the restaurant may be beautiful but the décor is not to your taste. It jars your senses. Go to a place where you enjoy the general atmosphere.

Do they play music? How loudly? Check out the people who go to the restaurant. If you find it pleasant to be around these people as you eat your dinner, then go book a table. Maybe, a specific table away from the kitchen doors and not under the air conditioner.

Sometimes, you have to work when you’re in a restaurant. For meetings where you need to discuss serious deals, go to restaurants that have private rooms.

Choose a restaurant that gives good value

When you are bringing a big group, look for one that will give you value for your money. This does not mean being cheap but getting a good meal that you feel happy about paying. You are satisfied for what you get.

As an example in Thailand, why would I pay $25 for a Pad Thai that tastes average in a restaurant when I can buy a better tasting one in the street for a dollar?

Or, in Hanoi, the street restaurants offer local food that are more tasty than in fancy restaurants.

Excellent Service

Want good service in a restaurant? Don’t just expect it. Make it happen. When you find a restaurant you like, befriend the waiters and waitresses. Treat them kindly as you would treat your own friends and you will find that you will get great service all the time.

Sometimes, these waiters are super busy and you demand a hundred things. When you see them carrying many things to your table, be helpful. Give them space to put it.

Take some of the things that are hard for them to place on some sides of your table. These may be little things but when you help them, they will go out of their way to make sure you are served properly.

Over and beyond this, of course, are restaurants with impeccable service no matter who you are.

Hygiene in the Restaurant

You may just want to check out the restaurant before you decide to book a table. Have a drink first and check out the place. Go use the washroom.

Use the bathroom and when it is clean, chances are hygiene standards are followed in the restaurant.

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