Sushi is very good. It is the best in the charleston area if you like sashimi and nigiri. The Salmon is the best, freshest I've encountered in Charleston. The rolls are a little above average.
The Thai is quite good as is the chinese.
I think this is one of the best Asian restaurants in the Charleston area (the other one is Ichiban). Food is fresh-tasting and not overcooked, presentation is outstanding (like a real chef), quantity is more than adequate, service is attentive. What more can you ask for that price?
This is a wonderful asian restaurant. The thai curries are phenomenal. The mongolain beef is also excellent. I love the service and the friendely atmosphere. We actually try to eat here every time we are in Charleston.
Rating: 3 stars (would give 3.5 for being 'above average')
Pros: Wonderful service, very accommodating (would even let us choose vegetables for tempura), pleasing presentation that one doesn't often see in Chinese restaurants anymore, extensive menu (Chinese, Thai, Japanese), pretty quick service. Sushi is average, good but not great. Vegetable tempura is good. Peking soup (hot+sour) is not sour, and rather spicy, but my husband liked it (above average). 'Four Seasons' is good, with fresh vegetables.
Cons: The food is pretty unremarkable (comparing it to restaurants in other small cities around the country). The Thai pork fried rice is a little bland and doesn't seem very 'Thai', and the porkis a pretty dry and flavorless. The shrimp tempura was dry and shriveled on the inside, even though the flavor was actually rather good.
Great food, nice staff, not too expensive, not cheap either, but you definitely get what you pay for! Easily my favorite restaurant in Charleston. Also, special mention for the presentation. Really, it's just little things like sculpted carrot slices or a steam basket for the dumplings we ordered, but they really add to the experience. As someone else said, the food was a little slow to arrive, but it's well worth it. Think of it this way: the cook is taking the time to monitor the food and ensure a better meal instead of simply rushing the ingredients across some greasy pans and grill tops. Plus: sushi bar!
The Chinese and Japanese food are high-quality, original and authentic recipes; very tasty. The staff is very friendly and nice, but service is a little slow.
I was disappointed by the Thai menu -- tastes great but smaller portions and higher prices are discouraging.
Taste of Asia is one of my favorite asian restaurants in the USA.
Their food delicious, the sushi one of a kind. You have to try it. Don't be mislead by those chinese buffets where they cook food, but what exactly is in the plate you never know. Go to Taste of Asia and taste the real Chinese and Japanese food.
I am so glad that they are opening a reaturant in Teay Valley. I can't wait to eat my lunches there.
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