This place is amazing it is truly a hidden gem! Great food, Great service, and always clean! I love this place and can not wait to come back!
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I really liked their food, I went back twice in one week! I had noodle soup with shrimp tempura, the broth was clear and tasty. The meal came with a bowl of rice, and some few small samples of pickles. My sister had bibimbap, it...More
First off, I wish all Uptown Richland merchants would refurbish their shops to the updated interior of this restaurant. For those readers outside the Tri Cities, they may not know that the Uptown was build by the government in the 1940s to support the Hanford...More
I have lived in Richland 13 years and today was my 1st time there. I'm always looking for a good Kung Pao chicken. This one was heavily fried so that the chicken was really dry. I about choked on it. It's too bad because the...More
Had the beef yakisoba and gyoza. Very tasty, although I would recommend level 2 heat rather than 3. That level was almost to spicy. Overall, good and plentiful plate of food.
Stopped in here looking for a quick bite in the early afternoon, expecting the basic "Chinese food is rarely truly bad" experience. Was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and service. I had the chicken teriyaki, always a benchmark for me, and the...More
The food offered here is an eclectic collection of cuisines, including Japanese, Chinese and Korean. The family that runs the business are Korean, and there are some Korean dishes on the menu. The name 'Teriyaki' implies Japanese cuisine, and our meals were prefaced by a...More
They have really good food. If you expect it fast don't!!! They get crowded at lunch and you may have to wait for your food but it's worth it when it comes out.
Each time I travel to Richland I got to get to this place, since the food is really well prepared, with very rich flavors. The sushi is really nice and the prices are not as expensive as one would think. The added value is the...More