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In Cleveland, we’ve got world-class experiences without the world-class ego. And for that, you’re welcome.
World-class experiences without the world-class ego.
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Just a few blocks east of Downtown in Cleveland’s St. Clair - Superior neighborhood, AsiaTown shines like a beacon to foodies all over for dim sum and then some. Whether you’re craving savory dumplings, spicy Szechuan or sweet, chewy Hong Kong waffles, you’re going to want to hit up this beloved CLE spot.
What’s in a name? Award-winning Superior Pho has an appetizing answer to this question, serving up delightful Vietnamese noodle soups and dishes to become Cleveland’s most popular pho spot. Little wonder this restaurant took home a “Cleveland Magazine” Silver Spoon Award in 2019.
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Miega Korean Restaurant packs a balanced punch so you can spice up your life and sweeten it all at once. Opt for colorful, classic dishes such as bibimbap; try kimbap (Korean sushi); or dive into a seafood hot pot (for up to four people…or just one).
A trip to AsiaTown guarantees authentic Asian cuisine, and LJ Shanghai is no exception. Bold foodies can order pig ears or beef tripe to excite the palate, while those a tad less adventurous may enjoy the pan-fried noodles or deep-fried shrimp. (And everyone will love the soup dumplings.)
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Launched in 1991 by Donna Hom, Li Wah is a Cleveland mainstay open 365 days a year. The enduring Chinese eatery offers an assortment of traditional dim sum, as well as a generous menu of authentic Hong Kong-style cuisine and fresh seafood. (They’ve got the fish tank to prove it.)
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You say “egg waffle,” I say “bubble waffle,” but we can all agree that Ball Ball Waffle is Cleveland’s top spot to enjoy this well-loved Hong Kong street food. The tantalizing treat can be made sweet or savory—featuring an array of fixings from cheese to chocolate to matcha-and-mochi.
Tucked away in Cleveland’s bustling Asia Town sits a Vietnamese restaurant that’s earned massive popularity thanks to its following of celebrity chefs like Michael Symon and Jonathan Sawyer. Superior...
Hong Kong’s street food scene has made its way to Asia Plaza with the opening of Ball Ball Waffle—hot off a successful stint at last year’s Cleveland Asian Festival. Delightfully chewy and novel to...
Opened in 1991 by Donna Hom, Li Wah is a Cleveland classic. Open 365 days a year, it's a favorite of the local Asian community, downtown workers and visiting suburbanites. Li Wah strives to be the...
The Xiao Long Bao - soup dumplings to the uninitiated - are the main attraction at this AsiaTown new kid on the block. The Chinese noodle house serves a variety of authentic dishes including Spicy...