Asian restaurants in Liverpool

Oh Bella | Date posted - 17 Jan 2019

Liverpool’s global food scene is bigger and better than ever, with something for everyone. If you’re in the mood for Vietnamese vibes, a taste of Thailand or scran from Singapore then check out these Asian Restaurants in Liverpool. Enjoy the flavours of Asia for a fraction of the air fare and discover the best noodles, curry dishes, and small plates in town.

Tiger Rock

Head to Tiger Rock in the city – or its sister restaurant on Smithdown Road – for the best in East Asian food, offering a selection of authentic dishes from Thailand, China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Laos, and Singapore. Try barbecued lamb skewers and grilled scallops with asparagus from the Small Plates menu, the Singaporean coconut curry noodle dish Laksa Mee or the popular chicken Nasi Goreng from the Small Bowls menu, and why not add an Asian inspired salad or plant based dish like the Terung Bhaji aubergine too.

Sapporo Teppanyaki

Asian, Japanese, Asian Fusion, Pan Asian, Sushi

Exciting Japanese restaurant Sapporo serves up everything from sushi, sashimi, and show-stopping Teppanyaki. Check out their set menus and regular offers, or choose from their a la carte menu which features their signature Wagu Rib Eye steak or Trout Supreme Teppanyaki, tasty noodles, and extensive vegetarian options and side dishes.

HOST

Asian fusion restaurant HOST is set on pretty Hope Street, cooking up delicious classics of Katsu chicken and Pad Thai, Miso soup and Indonesian stir fries. The Small Plates menu is ideal for starters or to try a selection of Asian inspired dishes – choose from Pork Belly Bao buns, vegetarian Tempura, or Vietnamese style crispy fried Sea Bass.

Chaophraya

Escape the office for Thailand and head to Chaophraya for a lunchtime set menu, or enjoy the a la carte menu in the evenings. Start with one of their sharing platters or Chicken Thai Tacos, then  try the spicy Papaya Salad or choose a favourite from the Noodle & Rice mains. Seafood fans will love the Udon Noodles with mussels, prawns, scallops and squid while vegetarians will enjoy the meat free classic Tofu Pad Thai. The sizeable main menu also features a selection of grilled and steamed meat and fish, tasty curries and delicious stir-fries.

Sanskruti

Asian, Indian, Vegetarian Friendly

Open for dinner weekday evenings and also for lunch at weekends, Sanskruti serves up authentic vegetarian and vegan dishes from India. Try their Bombay style Pav Bhaji from the Street Food menu, or explore the main menus featuring the South Indian inspired Special Sanskruti Dosa, a mild Punjabi mushroom Korma, or the flavoursome Gujarati potato dish Vatana Bateta.

Yee Rah Wok & Grill

Thai, Asian Fusion, European, International

This independent restaurant in the heart of Liverpool One is perfect after a long day shopping or before a cinema trip. Their Small Plates menu is ideal for starters, grazing, and sharing. Try the Yee Rah Sharing Platter featuring classic Chicken Satay skewers, barbecued ribs, tempura prawns and more. Their menu features dishes from across the globe so there really is something for everyone. Choose from Indian and Thai curries, Mexican fajitas, classic burgers, Japanese teriyaki and Portuguese peri-peri grilled meats and fish, and Asian-inspired Wok dishes. For daredevil diners, the Monster Wok Challenge will secure a place on the Yee Rah wall of fame for anyone who can finish their jumbo serving of spicy Singapore Noodles in under 60 minutes!

Thaikhun Street Bar

From lunch until late, head to Thaikhun Street Bar for a Bangkok style bar serving up Thai tapas, boozy slushies, and ice cream smoothies. Order a selection of their tasty bowl food, skewers, rice and noodles for a little bit of everything, and enjoy with a refreshing Singha beer or a flaming Mekhon Zombie cocktail before trying your hand at Giant Jenga, Connect 4, or Beer Pong.

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Bella’s not like other mums, she’s a cool mum - if by ‘cool’ you mean addicted to carbs and dirty stories, with a special talent for causing drama on the school run. Writing about food, travel, and parenting, she also has a cultured side - get on her for history, entertainment and social issues.
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