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Updated: June 20, 2018 @ 10:54 pm
Check out some of the many places to get Asian food in Lincoln. Which is your favorite?
Vietnamese spring rolls with a peanut sauce (front) and egg rolls with a sweet sauce are among the appetizers at Pho14 Noodles Palace, 1245 Libra Drive.
Lanzhou beef noodles soup features hand-pulled noodles, beef broth and sliced beef at Lan House, 1226 P St. Read the review here.
Owner and Chef Hui Guo opened Grey Whale Sushi & Grill in the Grand Manse in downtown Lincoln. Read Jeff Korbelik's review here.
Sichuan fish head is a featured dish at Ichiban Sichuan at 151 N. Eighth St.
Red curry at Blessing Thai Restaurant, 4451 N. 26th St.
Ming’s House is at 1401 N. Cotner Blvd., No. 103.
Great Wall is at 850 N. 70th St.
Imperial Palace, 701 N. 27th St., is one of Lincoln's oldest restaurants.
Fortune Palace is at 5740 Old Cheney Road, No. 11.
The Perfect Diner, 2855 N. 27th St., has a wide variety of Asian cuisine, including their Taiwanese pan fried noodle bowl, (pictured clockwise from left) steak bento box, sushi platter and crab Rangoon.
Blue Orchid, 129 N. 10th St., serves Thai food.
The eight-piece crab Rangoon appetizer is among the appetizers at Chopsticks, 6891 A St.
Signature Masato cream cheese rolls, dusted with salmon roe, are among the many sushi offerings at the Asian Buffet, 5130 N. 27th St.
The Sushi Regular offers a variety of fresh fish at Ninja, 5650 N. 33rd Circle.
The pho combo (left) and hu tieu are two of the offerings at Noodle Soup, 8320 Northwoods Drive.
A Gingertini, Sapporo beer, the Cucumber Breeze and edamame are among the offerings to get diners started at Ginger, 6055 Apples Way.
A dish of Taiwanese pan-fried noodles at the newly opened Mr. Hui's No. 2, 4131 Pioneer Woods Drive.
2. AmuManu Ramen Bar -- 1451 O St. Owner Nader Sepahpur takes ramen noodles to a new level. His restaurant serves yummy Asian noodle (ramen or udon) noodle bowls, featuring pork, soy, chicken or vegetable broths.
Chicken satay marinated in a yogurt curry and served with a spicy peanut sauce is just one of several hot plate entrees available at Blue Sushi Sake Grill, 808 R St.
Panda Garden's menu includes sesame chicken and fried pot stickers. The restaurant is at 233 N. 48th St.
Traditional Korean side dishes served at Yami Korean Cuisine, 2840 S. 70th St., include seasoned fresh radish (clockwise, from left), kimchi, white rice, potatoes, mung bean sprouts, and yu choy.
Hiro 88, 601 R St., offers various sushi, sashimi and Asian plates, including this Scottish salmon plank dressed in raspberry sauce and served with a Fuji apple and cucumber side.
Asian Fusion, 2840 Jamie Lane, offers uniquely designed presentations of various Asian dishes, including the sesame chicken with a zucchini flower garnish.
Shen Cafe's signature choices include (clockwise from left) orange glaze chicken, Genghis Khan, and sweet and sour shrimp. The two specialty drinks are the organic Thai iced tea (back left) and organic honey lemon iced tea. The restaurant is at 3520 Village Drive.
The Spicy Thai Hot Pot is one of the dishes besides pho found at the Pho Factory, 940 N. 26th St.
Banhwich Cafe's Bulgogi Croissant. The restaurant is at 940 N. 26th St.
House-made barbeque sauce is added to a Korean barbeque beef taco (L) with lettuce, onion cilantro relish and a regular flour tortilla; and a lower calorie shred taco with chicken, lettuce, relish and a whole wheat tortilla, at Heoya. Heoya is now operating out of the U-Stop at 33rd and Superior.
Zhang's is at 1550 S. Coddington Ave.
Simon Dong knew an opportunity existed in Lincoln based on the clientele at his Omaha restaurant.
Perfect Diner Asian Cuisine & Bar has quite the name to live up to.
One of the reasons that the Asian Community and Cultural Center of Lincoln staff chose to ho…
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