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  • 1. Bubble Shack

    Vietnamese bubble tea and bành mí sandwiches delight at Wilmington's Bubble Shack.

    2. Takumi

    A graduate of the Tsuji Culinary Institute in Japan, Okubo met his wife Jessie, who is Chinese, while working at Utagi, one Delaware’s first Japanese restaurants. They took over the Read more...
  • 3. Mikimotos

    When Mikimotos Asian Grill and Sushi Bar opened in 2000, it became an instant hit, a place where young professionals enjoyed sake-based cocktails, innovative Asian fare, and really good sushi.
  • 4. Island Fin Poke

    The fast-casual franchise serves up made-to-order poke bowls and Dole Whip. Poke bowl shops have become popular across the continental U.S. in recent years as people are able to create Read more...

    5. Okura

    For more than 20 years, Okura has been the go-to place for Japanese food, and, for the most part, the restaurant has stuck to its traditional roots. The adventurous can Read more...
  • 6. Rice Restaurant

    For truly authentic Asian fare, try Rice. The sushi and sashimi are fresh and delicious, and the Chinese side of the menu borrows from traditional Cantonese cuisine (the founders began Read more...
  • 7. PoBu

    PoBu offers delicious Asian fare in Newark. Everything from chef-curated sushi rolls to customizable poke bowls can be ordered off the menu.
  • 8. Miyagi Ramen Bar

    Miyagi Ramen Bar serves some of the most mouthwatering and authentic ramen in the area. The noodles are made from scratch every day and are the perfect vehicle to sop Read more...
  • 9. Chaiyo Sushi & Thai

    Chaiyo combines a love of sushi, cravings for Thai, and bargain prices in what could become a weekly favorite.
  • 10. Chaiyo Sushi & Thai

    Chaiyo combines a love of sushi, cravings for Thai, and bargain prices in what could become a weekly favorite.
  • Barry Kruemmel worked for Japanese master chefs for 15 years, but as an American, he won’t call his restaurant a Japanese eatery. “There’s a Japanese influence,” he says. “But it’s Read more...