OÕAsian Kitchen serves delectable Asian fusion cuisine in its relaxing and contemporary Seattle-area eatery. For starters, enjoy the pork shiu mai dumplings and the garlic baked oysters as your appetizers. Some of OÕAsian KitchenÕs specialty house entrŽes include the Thai style ginger beef, the pork spareribs with taro hot pot, the honey walnut sautŽed prawns and live tank seafood dinners, with your selection of lobster, Alaskan king crab and amaebi sweet shrimp. OÕAsian also has a slew of vegetarian-friendly dishes, such as the braised tofu, garlic baby bok choy, Chinese broccoli and basil eggplant, so you can create your own combination meal. Other popular entrŽes include noodle dishes, such as the Singapore rice noodles, chow mein noodles and hand-shaved noodles, all of which are made with luscious broth and topped with fresh meats and veggies.
For a delicious homemade dessert, enjoy the tantalizing fresh mango pudding.
We had 8 in our party and all of us found something delicious on the large menu. The dishes were substantial and everything tasted fresh. We loved being able to share everything on the lazy susan in the center of the table. And we had our own private dining room. The service was friendly and kept everything going without being intrusive. We will definitely be back next time we're in Seattle.
We were looking for a Chinese restaurant for Christmas Eve dinner. The usual places in the ID did not appeal to us. We wanted a different experience. We found it at OAsian.
Dining with a group of varying tastes can be challenging.
We had a picky teenager and 9 year old who both loved the restaurant and the food and tried lots of new things.
The beef roll appetizer was ordered by the 9 year old and was a favorite of the entire group. The prawns with green beans were a standout for the entrees. The green beans were perfecty cooked and spicy. The Kung pao shrimp was very well done and had lots of flavor.
The service was attentive and its a beautiful space.
It was a wonderful dining experience and I would highly recommend OAsian.
We ate there twice for dinner, both were excellent. The lamb and beef dishes were tender and tasty. Fish dishes are very good too.