Washington, D.C. Area Asian Restaurants

Washington, D.C. Area Asian Restaurants
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Thai Chef & Sushi Bar
Thai | Dupont Circle
17 reviews

Since Valentine's Day of 1990, the Thai Chef has been bringing healthy, fresh and tasty Thai food to the Dupont Circle neighborhood. Our main dining room and its mezzanine section offer an exciting and vibrant atmosphere. Our third floor dining room, with its warm and cozy ambiance, is often used for private parties, office meetings and large group reservations.In summer 2003; a dynamic sushi bar was introduced to the restaurant. Our valuable customers can now enjoy fresh seafood from the sushi bar, as well as delicious items from our original Thai cuisine menu. We hope that our fresh look, combined with exotic dishes served by our friendly and attentive staff, create a remarkable dining experience for you. Please come visit us often at Thai Chef.

Masa 14
Tapas / Small Plates | Logan Circle
200 reviews

Chef Richard Sandoval, who brought us his marriage of Latin-Asian flavors, Zengo has partnered with Chef Kazuhiro "Kaz" Okochi of Kaz Sushi Bistro to bring us Masa 14 - a new joint concept serving Latin and Asian small plates. ----

Come try our $39 Unlimited Pre Fixe Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays featuring bottomless brunch cocktails and unlimited small plates* Seating for Prix Fixe ends at 2pm. ----

*Prix Fixe specials are only available if all guests in party are purchasing the special. A la carte brunch items are available for tables who do not wish to participate in the special.

Ping Pong Dim Sum - Dupont
Chinese | Dupont Circle
83 reviews

Serving up irresistible Dim Sum, innovative cocktails, and luxurious Chinese teas, Ping Pong Dupont is a vibrant location to enjoy Dim Sum with a twist. The cosmopolitan restaurant boasts 2 al fresco 3-season patios, a dim sum bar, expansive dining room great for large groups, and a buzzing cocktail bar with award-winning libations.

Offering a wide range of Asian treats, the sleek Ping Pong restaurants pay homage to the ancient traditions of Chinese tea houses. With a big choice of dumplings and steamed buns, the Ping Pong menu also offers an array of "big-small plates", all Chinese tapas style.

As well, there are plenty of familiar Chinese delicacies, with spring rolls, soup dumplings, and hearty dishes like our hoi sin duck bao sliders. For dessert, try Ping Pong’s roasted banana and chocolate spring roll or the ice cream filled rice pastry, mochi, and finish with a lively Ping Pong cocktail or soothing Oriental tea.

Zentan
Asian | Downtown Washington DC
116 reviews

Modern Pan Asian Seasonal Small Plates by Chef Jennifer Nguyen

We want our guests to have an experience not just a meal. We encourage sharing and utilization of our highly trained and educated staff.

Omakase- I'll leave it to you. Let Chef or your server decide!

Le Mirch
Indian | Dupont Circle
29 reviews

Le Mirch is now OPEN!

Chaplin
Asian | Shaw
21 reviews

Chaplin Restaurant & Bar will be serving up Asian-inspired cuisine that will take diners on a journey to Japan and Shanghai in the 1920s.

Viet Aroma Asian Cuisine
Asian | Vienna
17 reviews

Our family at Viet Aroma welcomes you to a taste of Vienna’s authentic Vietnamese cuisine. We take pride in cooking only the freshest and premium ingredients for your ultimate dining experience.

Our family chef guarantees satisfaction to all of our health-conscious and savvy patrons, ranging from vegans to meat-lovers. No matter what the occasion calls for or your appetite demands, everyone is guaranteed to have his/her own favorite dish.

If you’re new to the city or have yet to have a try, we invite you to join us and indulge in the rich aromas of modern Vietnamese Cuisine. Stop by today and make Viet Aroma your favorite Asian Cuisine in Northern Virginia. We look forward to serving you.

Asia Nine Bar and Lounge
Asian | Penn Quarter
38 reviews

Asia Nine's design draws inspiration from different Asian cultures. Jewel tones and rich woods envelop guests with a warm and exotic atmosphere. Elements of Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, and Vietnamese including a full service sushi bar, bar & lounge.

Ichiban Sushi Asian Bistro
Asian | Bowie
Reviews coming soon

Come and visit the newly remodeled Ichiban! They offer an impressive sushi menu and wonderful atmosphere.

DC Noodles
Thai | U Street Corridor
11 reviews

DC Noodles Simple Fast & Fresh Over 40 noodle dishes Delivery, Take-Out, Dining

SEI restaurant & lounge
Asian | Penn Quarter
149 reviews

Modern Asian cuisine from award winning Sushi Master Noriaki Yasutake and Chef Avinesh Rana. The intimate space, located next to the Landsburgh Theater, features seating for 70, sushi bar seating 10 and a cozy lounge area. Yasutake & Rana offers their modern spin on traditional sushi, specialty rolls and Asian fare. An extensive half bottle sake list has been specially selected by sommelier, Andrew Stover.

Zabb - Manassas
Thai | Manassas
4 reviews

Zabb means "Delicious!" And it is with this spirit that we strive to create a place to celebrate happiness with friends and family over a delicious meal using the freshest ingredients.

At Zabb, the philosophy is simple: A fun place where you can celebrate with great food and top-notch service at a reasonable price.

Hanaro Restaurant and Lounge
Sushi | Bethesda
12 reviews

Hanaro Restaurant and Lounge is located in the heart of downtown Bethesda. We specialize in modern fusion sushi cuisine and also other Asian dishes. Hanaro combines and utilizes tastes from Thailand to Korea, using the freshest and most local ingredients that are available. We offer an atmosphere that is suitable for an intimate dinner with your significant other or a group of your friends to celebrate a birthday and everything in between.

Ping Pong Dim Sum - 7th Street
Chinese | Downtown Washington DC
141 reviews

Serving up irresistible Dim Sum, innovative cocktails, and luxurious Chinese teas, Ping Pong Chinatown is a vibrant location to enjoy Dim Sum with a twist. The cosmopolitan restaurant boasts a dim sum bar, sunken dining room great for large groups, and a buzzing cocktail bar with award-winning libations.

Offering a wide range of Asian treats, the sleek Ping Pong restaurants pay homage to the ancient traditions of Chinese tea houses. With a big choice of dumplings and steamed buns, the Ping Pong menu also offers an array of "big-small plates", all Chinese tapas style.

As well, there are plenty of familiar Chinese delicacies, with spring rolls, soup dumplings, and hearty dishes like our hoi sin duck bao sliders. For dessert, try Ping Pong’s roasted banana and chocolate spring roll or the ice cream filled rice pastry, mochi, and finish with a lively Ping Pong cocktail or soothing Oriental tea.

Sushi Rock
Asian | Arlington
87 reviews

Sushi Rock is a combination of love, passion and perspective. It is the love to eat good food and drink well while doing so with great people. In providing the place for people to do this, Sushi Rock represents the perspective that both can be done in a fun and entertaining environment full of energy. Sushi Rock embodies the opportunity to be the local watering hole, the destination, the cozy meet-up place, the big group place or the special event place. Whatever the patrons needs, we believe Sushi Rock is the one place where everyone can feel comfortable in any size group sharing themselves, sharing a drink, and/or sharing good food.

Mala Tang
Asian | Arlington
13 reviews

The inspiration behind Mala Tang is Sichuan Master Chef Liu Chaosheng’s hometown of Chengdu. Here you'll find the streets filled with diners sitting at tables gathering around bubbling hot pots, in which dozens of dried chilies bob up and down in an oily red broth.

The hot pot itself is a pan that sits on a portable burner, surrounded by an array of small plates piled high with fresh ingredients. Guests select pieces of food and drop them into the broth to cook, and then dip them into delicious sauces.

For the main hot pot course, Mala Tang serves a variety of proteins including chicken, lamb, all-natural beef, and fresh seafood; starches such as sweet potato noodles, and a plethora of vegetables ranging from bok choy to lotus roots. Those who are "afraid of the chili heat," as the Chengdu locals jokingly warn incoming travelers, can tone down the mala flavor with a mild version of the cooking broth.

Zengo - D.C.
Fusion / Eclectic | Penn Quarter
273 reviews

Zengo, which translates to "give 'n take", merges flavors of Chef Richard Sandoval's heritage with his passion for Asian cuisine. This melding of flavors and cultures results in intriguing shareable dishes.

The Source
Asian | Downtown Washington DC
214 reviews

The Source is the first fine dining restaurant in the nation’s capital headlined by Master Chef Wolfgang Puck. Designed by EDG, the three-level restaurant is the signature dining experience at the Newseum, an interactive museum of news. The Source offers two distinct dining experiences as well as a private room located on the lower level that seats up to 40 guests. The ground floor bar and lounge where guests enter offers approachable dining in a casual setting and features a traditional Japanese Izakaya menu offering sushi, sashimi, noodle dishes and authentic "Robata" grilled dishes. Upstairs, guests can enjoy a menu that features Puck’s modern take on Asian cuisine. The Source is the recipient of many awards and accolades including #3 ranking on Washingtonian Magazine's "Top 100 Restaurants" list, "2008 New Restaurant of the Year" Award and "2008 Restaurant of the Year" from DC Magazine plus has received three stars from Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema.

Maharaja Wok
Asian | Centreville
Reviews coming soon

We are pleased to introduce you to a new taste, which is reflective of the unique far eastern fusion cuisines, a favorite style of food throughout the world. The uniqueness is in the seasoning of the finest vegetables, meats and seafood, which is full of flavored spices and modest herbs, combine to provide an exquisite culinary experience. Our head chef BP Dulal has many years of experience in preparing these special tantalizing cuisines. After successfully working and establishing the Asian Fusion and Masala Country, he is now a partner with Pummy Sahni the previous owner/partner of Masala Country and Asian Fusion. With a variety of new cuisines added to our menu, the atmosphere of our restaurant is to enhance your dining experience with music/songs and live cricket matches. We will prepare food to meet your taste preference whether it is mild, moderate or spicy. We trust you will enjoy the taste of our creative oriental fusion cuisines.

Young Chow Chen's Asian Restaurant and Sushi Bar
Asian | Capitol Hill
5 reviews

Located in the beautiful city of Washington, our restaurant has been dedicated to offering the most memorable dining experience for you. We pick ingredients carefully and use only the freshest and natural ones to prepare every dish, and have been trying to cook them in a healthier way to provide the most nutritious food. Much attention has been attached to ensure you a cozy and inviting ambiance where you could enjoy not only the great meal but also the authentic atmosphere. The owner and all staff will greet you with the warmest welcome, whether you are a habitual patron or come for the first time. We have made painstaking efforts to create the tidiest and cleanest dining place, and guarantee you with friendly and timely service. All of your demands and feelings will be cared for in our restaurant.

Lotus Grill & Noodles
Vietnamese | Arlington
3 reviews

Lotus Grill & Noodles cuisine style is French-Vietnamese style, specializing in Beef Noodle Soup or "Phở", grilled rice dishes and grilled vermicelli bowls and many more. With a full menu from appetizers to lunch and dinner, you'll find something for everyone of all ages. You can choose from appetizers such as Crispy Spring rolls, Summer rolls, Calamari, Viet Chicken Wings etc. We do carry Viet sandwiches ("bánh mì"), especially grilled chicken/beef/shrimp "bánh mì" - you could not find many places in town to offer this! People love our weekday lunch specials since you'll get a reasonable price of an excellent lunch package to fill you up with delicious and healthy foods w/drinks. This is our quick and convenient way for office workers to enjoy their good lunches in less time. You should try our special Spicy Beef Noodle Soup (or "Bún Bò Huế") with a saté sauce. It is our customer's favorite for its hot spicy beef broth.

Grace's Mandarin
Asian | National Harbor
222 reviews

Grace’s Mandarin presents a fusion of modern Asian inspired dishes with a flair in a casual and elegant ambiance. Come and enjoy our fresh and impressive selection of sushi, paired with one our Sake selections. Our intimate lounge features stylish cocktails along with an extensive wine & champagne list. Grace's Mandarin features spectacular views of the Potomac River, in the heart of prominent National Harbor, located across the street from the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center and across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, just minutes from Old Town Alexandria and Washington, D.C. Come and view our three-story waterfall and our 33-foot Buddha will heighten your dining experience with us. Thank you and we hope you will enjoy your dining experience with us.

Dirty Martini DC
Fusion / Eclectic | Dupont Circle
29 reviews

Dirty Martini, located in the Golden Triangle, is a sophisticated restaurant, bar, and lounge that offers an unparalleled dining experience. From the beautifully decorated Brazilian hard wood interior and custom onyx bar tops, to the in-wall wine rack and elegant drapery, Dirty Martini radiates an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere that depicts the culmination of a classic dining club and modern lounge.

In maintaining its commitment to stylistic integration, Dirty Martini features an eclectic/ fusion cuisine drawing from Latin and Asian influences. Designed by Executive Chef Alexis Hernandez and Chef Walter Rhee, the innovative cuisine incorporates local, natural, and seasonal culinary creations.

So come and enjoy our signature cocktails and partake in our daily Happy Hour Specials from 4-7 pm. Whether it’s at our main bar, mezzanine lounge, or our newest addition; Tiki Bar on the Rooftop Deck.

Come Clean. Leave Dirty.

Sticky Rice
Asian | H Street Corridor
72 reviews

With its charming atmosphere and bad attitude you won"t find anything quite like it. Our specialty is our fresh sushi bar. With rolls like g.i.jane, shiitake happens and Godzirra, how could you go wrong? Our huge bowls of noodles will satisfy big and small. Sandwiches, large salads, and a selection of other entrees round out the menu. We also feature a kids menu! Don't forget the (soon to be famous) bucket of tater tots with our special tot sauce. Sticky Rice, established last century has been rolling on and on. Sticky Rice serves up an unusual mix of American, Pan-Asian entrees in a friendly, inexpensive and inviting atmosphere. Spring rolls, potstickers, sushi, noodles and edamame (steamed soy beans) are simple and standard. Lots of choices for vegans and vegetarians!

Muze
American | Downtown Washington DC
43 reviews

Using the finest local produce combined with the distinctive flavors of South-East Asia, Muze offers a tantalizing menu of international dishes with a delicious Asian feel. Offering the ease of all-day dining, combined with a relaxed atmosphere and waterside views, Muze’s menu has been developed under the direction of Executive Chef Didier Pouzier and our talented new Chef de Cuisine Mark McDonnell. Featuring dishes such as Confit Lamb Shoulder & Soy Roasted Sunchoke, Black Bean Veal Cheek & Heirloom Carrot and Tempura Blue Prawns, the diverse menu showcases cuisine that reflects our ‘East West Kitchen’ concept, complemented by universal dishes that everyone will recognize and enjoy.

In addition, we offer a selection of hand-crafted cocktails and a comprehensive wine list to enhance your dining experience.

Sushi Ko - Chevy Chase
Sushi | Bethesda
89 reviews

The Sushi Ko food philosophy is Cuisine of Subtraction. According to Creative Director Daisuke Utagawa, subtraction allows chefs to reveal the essence of each ingredient in it's most honest yet refined state. By subtly combining other ingredients, a taste sensation is created that demonstrates the complexity and beauty of nature for the eye and the palate.