Some of the most popular Asian restaurants in Katy, Texas!
KATY MAGAZINE | March 2018
By Ashley Lancaster
Opening photo of Pepper Twins Restaurant
Pepper Twins Restaurant No where else in the greater Katy area will you find authenic, country-style Sichuan cuisine that is completely and totally organic. Imagine, enjoying your favorite Chinese food recipes without additives! You can also find new favorites like sauteed cumin lamb or fried rice with pineapple and steak.
Tiger Noodle House The spicy wontons are about as good as you can find anywhere, if you're willing to wait. A table for one, during lunch, on a Tuesday, means a 20 minute wait many days at their Mason location. It's worth the wait. People also rave about the Tiger Beef Hot Noodle (obviously) and the dumplings.
Pho Saigon Head south on Mason Road to Cimarron Parkway, and you'll find a little noodle house that packs their to-go portions with all the mix-ins you need for a delicious pho. You can't go wrong with the Chicken Noodle Soup, that comes with fresh bean sprouts, lemon, spicy green peppers, cilantro and basil leaves.
Family owned and located near the Tamarron community on 1463, Little V specializes in traditional Vietnamese cuisine inside a beautiful and modern space. Their spring rolls in peanut sauce, the shaking beef wok, and beef vermicelli are the top sellers.
With two locations, one on the north side of IH-10 and Westgreen Blvd., and the other near Whole Foods on Grand Parkway and Fry Rd., there's a Nagoya in reach. Patrons love starting with the spicy edamame, and rave about the tempura udon noodles. The sushi is fresh, and it's pretty cool that most rolls can be ordered in half portions if you so desire.
Hibachi restaurants are just fun if you're looking for a new place to take the family, and Atami has been delighting diners for years. The Japanese steakhouse chefs sizzle up beef, shrimp, and chicken dishes right in front of you.
Hoodadak An exciting twist on fried chicken you may not have ever thought of, and have you ever had Kimchi fries? Crispy fries topped with kimchi, a traditional Korean side dish that is caramelized.
When we asked who had the best Thai food, the majority vote fell to Thai Cottage. Creatively named dishes and great prices are just two of the things people love about this place. They have a special menu for vegetarians that includes veggie and their pineapple curry is always a hit.