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The 4 Best Asian Restaurants in Detroit – CBS Detroit


The Peterboro | Photo credit: Jessica

February 6, 2020

Do you fancy Asian food?

Hoodline put the numbers together to find the best Asian spots in Detroit. It used both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to create a ranking of where to go hunting next time.

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First up is The Peterboro. Located on 420 Peterboro Street in Midtown, the Cocktail Bar and Chinese Spot are the top rated Chinese restaurant in Detroit. They were awarded four out of 319 reviews on Yelp.

Kim T. wrote: “Elevated Chinese food, handcrafted cocktails, and a cool ambience make for a hell of a meal! “

Ronda N. writes: “The food at Peterboro is higher quality Chinese cuisine and has all of your favorites but with better ingredients. For example, the fried pork rice is made with beautiful pork lion pieces. The food is delicious…. ”

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Next up is Johnny Noodle King, 2601 W. Fort near the Ambassador Bridge. It’s not a typical Japanese style ramen place but has been described as Detroit style ramen. He brings the best of the East with his own twist on Ramen-Asian Fusion. With four stars out of 703 on Yelp, Johnny Noodle King offers ramen and other Japanese and Thai-inspired noodle dishes. Beverages include a variety of beers, sakes, and the specially paired Two James Spirits Johnny Smoking Gun whiskey. This ramen noodle spot has proven to be a local favorite.

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Jefferson Chalmers’ Dynasty Chinese Food on E. Jefferson Ave. 13340 is another top choice. Yelpers gave the Chinese spot four out of 14 ratings.

Kristine T. wrote: “This is hands down the best Chinese food in the region. It’s a great option to run. Remember, it is only cash. The General Tso is actually spicy !! It has everything you want and more.

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Kwong Village, a Chinese place, is another go-to, with four out of 20 Yelp reviews.

DM from Charlotte, NC, writes: “I’m starting to know Chinese food pretty well … My fiancé introduced me to the world because he grew up with it and continues to look for the best restaurants everywhere. That being said, I can honestly say you can’t go wrong with Kwong Village. The food is authentic and tasty. Everything comes quickly and in large portions. Worth a visit.

Diane from Detroit wrote: “I love chinese food and try to stop at different places in different cities. Nobody can compare to Kwong Village !! Wherever I go, in the end I always compare everything! They don’t give you as much as Kwong Village … the sauce is not like KV … Kwong has fresher vegetables than … I can’t help it! We are food addicts from Kwong Village! “

Go to 6600 Michigan Ave. to see for yourself.

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