There are many Asian restaurants in Savannah to chose from, but I would not call Aroy-Jung one of the best. I have been to all of them and cannot give Aroy-Jung top billing, having been there on two occasions, first when it opened, and a few months later for a follow-up visit.
Their main offerings are sushi and noodle dishes, along with other Asian entrees. My crispy BBQ pork was anything but crispy upon presentation. It appeared to be just pork tenderloin with a sauce on top. As for the service, our waitress was rather inattentive and the kitchen was slow in getting our entree out. We had to track down our waitress and request our check so that we could leave for a post-dinner engagement.
Pricing is moderate and in keeping with the quality of the food. However, Aroy-Jung could improve on presentation and better service.
Aroy-Jung--who's going to remember that name?
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