Atlantic City Restaurants

As if casinos and nightlife didn't offer excitement enough, a seemingly endless variety of Atlantic City restaurants dot the landscape, with some of the more distinguished specializing in Asian cuisine that will wake up your tastebuds and give you a meal to remember. Whether you want to go out on the town or stay in the casino, you will find great choices of restaurants specializing in different kinds of Far Eastern recipes.

The Imperial Inn, located at 3124 Atlantic Ave., likes to emphasize that it is run by the same family as Philadelphia's Chinatown Imperial Inn. Choose from Mandarin, Cantonese and Szechwan styles, or try the restaurant's specialties: Peking Duck and Roasted Pig. Hunan Chinese Restaurant at 2323 Atlantic Avenue is another good choice for in-town downing. For many people, Vietnamese dishes represent the height of Asian cuisine. If you are one of them, consider venturing outside the Atlantic City limits to Pho Ha in nearby Ventnor City. Located at 5200 Ventnor Avenue, the restaurants serves all sorts of Vietnamese favorites. Its specialties include Grilled Shrimp Stick.

atlantic city restaurantsChinese food at Empress Garden in the Atlantic City Hilton comes in Hunan, Szechwan and Cantonese styles, and the restaurant has a noodle bar as well. The contemporary Asian decor and ocean views combine to create a beautiful dining atmosphere. The food at Imperial Court in the Trump Marina is fit for royalty, but the cozy atmosphere will make anyone feel at home.

Would a little Maine lobster cooked in a ginger and scallion sauce tempt you? Then Mr. Ming's in Ballys Atlantic City is the place for you to try. Chefs at Mr. Ming's are experts in Cantonese, Szechwan, Mandarin and Hunan preparations and do them all well.

For the name alone, you will want visit Noodles & Zen Sum, also located in Ballys, next to the Baccarat Pit. Sit at the counter and watch chefs in the display kitchen expertly prepare your meal. Asian Spice in Resorts Atlantic City offers sumptuous food and ocean views. If a light meal is your preference, try the restaurant's noodle bar. Imperial Garden in Caesar's Atlantic City specializes in the Szechwan style nuanced with Cantonese influences. Golden Dynasty in the Tropicana serves traditional Chinese favorites such as Crispy Orange Beef and General Tso's Chicken. But the menu also includes a great variety of tempting seafood specialties of the house, such as white Dover sole with oriental black mushrooms, sliced lemon, ginger and scallions in a special light sauce. You will wish you had room for more.