Pearl drinks, coffee, fruit slushies, Taiwanese food, and more.
Roving food trucks specialize in Southeast Asian street food.
Bustling Sichuan eatery shines with their dumplings.
A complete Filipino grocery with a thriving turo-turo steam table scene as well. Shoppers tend to get prepared food to go with their cooking supplies, and many call ahead for family-sized portions.
Internationally recognized bubble teahouse.
Expansive menu of Nepalese and Indian cuisine.
Have it your way, the Mongolian way. Choose your meat, choose your vegetables and sauce, and they'll fry it all up before your eyes. Hey, don't we go to restaurants to have someone more skilled than ourselves make the meal? On the other hand, how much culinary refinement do you usually get for $5? (Dinners are $7.50).
This is more of a turo-turo steam table cafe and bakery than a grocery store, but they have a loyal following, especially for the luscious baked goods. Eat in or take out.
Nestled comfortably in Northwest Hills' commercial strip along Far West Boulevard, Saffron combines the flavors of Nepal and India with a modern dining sensibility. Look for homey curries, house momo, and hybrid dishes like Bombay Brussels.
Settled into the downstairs space from the Northwest Chinatown, Street is pan-Asian in both decor and cuisine – inspired by the owner's years of travel throughout the continent. Everything from Shanghai soup dumplings to Vietnamese bun and pho appears on the menu, joined by a handful of fusion dishes like ceviche.
The mind-boggling array of authentic Chinese- and Vietnamese-style dishes places an emphasis on variety. The family that brought you Tien Hong here provides a clean, friendly environment and hard-to-beat prices.
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