University Avenue's best Asian restaurants
|Restaurants worth fighting LRT construction.|
As businesses struggle with reduced traffic, here are five more favorite Asian restaurants worthy of your support.
5. Bangkok Thai (315 University Ave.)
One of the most authentic Thai spots in town, Bangkok offers true Thai eating, tucked into the back of a Asian grocery store. Just be forewarned: The curries pack some real fire!
4. Mai Village (394 University Ave.)
Mai Village takes its splendor seriously: Diners cross over a wooden bridge, past a waterfall, and over a koi pond to get to their tables. The space is luxurious in its hand-carving and silk embroidery and bamboo stalks. They have all the requisite spring rolls and such, plus a full liquor license, but to match the extravagance of the space, be sure to order Seven Courses of Beef.
|Grab a table at Little Szechuan.|
2. Trung Nam (739 University Ave.)
Despite its former fast food digs and daunting chain link fence, this French/Vietnamese bakery is one of the strip's best day starters with its bargain-priced croissants and Vietnamese coffee. In the old days, Trung Nam used to close in the early afternoon, but the shop now serves pho in addition to its original banh mi, and stays open till midnight six days a week (closed Sundays).
|Ngon Bistro's pretty digs.|
**Follow Hot Dish on Twitter and Facebook**