Sushi Bars, Poke, Asian Fusion
Price Range : $11-30 ($$)
Adress: 5415 Bayshore Blvd, Tampa, FL 33611
Phone: (813) 336-3060
- turned_in_notHealth ScorePass
- turned_in_notVegan OptionsYes
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- turned_in_notGood For Happy HourNo
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
- tvHas TVYes
I've ate at Asian Kitchen twice and ordered carry out three times. The food has always come out hot, tasty, and good-sized portions. The restaurant itself is inviting and clean. I found the staff courteous and helpful with choosing items from the menu. I usually get the "Lo Maintenance" bowl either chicken if beef brisket.
The biggest downside to visiting Asian Kitchen is the parking. The parking lot is pretty full most of the tile so be prepared.
Asian Kitchen is one of those rare gems that you stumble upon when you are not looking.
Found this place the first day they opened by pure coincidence and I have grown to love it for so many reasons. Their staff is extremely attentive and cordial, their food flavors and presentation are consistently amazing and their price point is incredibly fair.
The interior is a non assuming industrial configuration with exposed beams and duct work in the ceiling and clean/sealed concrete on the flooring. There is ample light, both natural and artificial, which makes the place appear larger than it is.
Seats roughly 60 people with a bar overflow area.
Menu choices are both traditional fare you expect to find in a ramen house and innovative specials that will excite your taste buds. My go to dish is the pork belly ramen, substituting the traditional ramen noodles with Udon!
Come on down and ride the flavor train!
I have only been here once, but everything was fantastic. I love that they are close to my house and enhancing the dining scene South of Gandy.
Located at the corner of Bayshore and Interbay, this is a great spot for lunch or dinner. Being close to the base, they draw a large military crowd which makes me happy. I love their variety of bowls and noodles and can't wait to go back and try their Bahn Mi.
An asian spin on a fresh kitchen/ciccio cali-type concept. I'm a fan.
$30.27 got us two adult entrees and a kid's bowl. Visited on 4/13/19. You order at the counter and they give you a number. Take a seat and they'll bring your goodies out to you.
I did the $11 build your own bowl and I chose mixed greens for the base, chicken for the protein, brussel sprouts and cauliflower for the veggies, sweet cucumbers for the pickle, lime and peanuts for the toppings, and coconut curry for the sauce. I was going for a healthy version of pad thai and I almost nailed it. I didn't realize the sauce was heated with the protein so the hot creamy coconut curry sauce wilted all the lettuce when poured over it. It woulda been much better with rice but that's my fault. The chicken was flavorful and juicy and the portion size was very generous. The veggies need some work, in my opinion. The pieces were enormous and *barely* cooked. I thought I was gonna be there all day to chew up the mostly raw brussel sprouts. 'Twas still hella delicious.
I love the concept of this place and can't wait to try everything on the menu.
Really good Volcano Poke bowl! We came on a weekday for lunch, lots of seating available. Fast and friendly service. Food came out fast. I went with the volcano bowl which was on display and was not disappointed, comes with genorous portion of salmon and crab, various veggies and
it tastes great. They also give samples of the different teas they have, I think basil lemonade might be the most popular since they ran out of it.
The banh mi is ok, it's your basic vietnamese sandwich with the baguette but bit overpriced at $11, its $9 for just the sandwich with veggies, but additional $2 if you add any meats or tofu.