Sometimes, the urge to have Asian food strikes, and nothing satisfies until you get it. When that happens, count on 10Best to point you in the direction of Edmonton's best Asian restaurants. We understand the desire to have a great meal, and we work hard to bring you the top places to eat in Edmonton. We vet restaurants carefully for quality, and when we recommend popular eateries like Lemongrass Café or tell you that Numchok Wilai gets good reader feedback, you can believe it. We'll make sure you get - and eat - what's best.

Tropika Malaysian Cuisine

Now for something a little different – Edmonton has a plethora of Asian restaurants, but Tropika is the first to focus on Malaysian cuisine. There are similarities to Thai and Vietnamese – satays and curries, and many of the seasonings and...  Read More

Ban Thai Restaurant

Opened in 1991, Ban Thai excels in authenticity, from the décor to the food. The furniture and accessories that liven up the space and create such a wonderful ambience are the real deal: virtually everything was purchased on one of the owner's...  Read More

Bua Thai Restaurant

This little eatery is way off the beaten path, but well worth finding. The menu stretches to some 80 items, and once you figure out where it is, you may want to come back repeatedly just to sample everything, from panang chicken curry to drunken...  Read More

King and I

King and I opened in 1973 and has the distinction of being a favorite of the Rolling Stones and various other celebrities, as well as being a perennial winner among the local "Best of..." polls. To an expert, this may not be the most authentic...  Read More

Ling Wok

Edmonton is not lacking for Vietnamese restaurants, but Bach Dang stands out for its extensive menu, super-friendly service, and easy-on-the-wallet prices. The soups here are stellar, deep bowls of soul-satisfying goodness that hit the spot on...  Read More


Edmonton has a plethora of good, casual, inexpensive Asian eateries, but Doan's is among the best. The hallmarks of Vietnamese cuisine – abundant fresh vegetables, tender noodles and meats, and bright seasonings – are all in evidence here....  Read More

Lemongrass Café

Despite its somewhat off-the-beaten path location and an admirable reluctance to advertise, Lemongrass is a thriving little café that relies of word of mouth for its loyal and ever-expanding list of regulars. Traditional Vietnamese cooking is...  Read More

Brother-sister team Wilson and Judy Wu deserve every bit of praise that comes their way. Wild Tangerine manages to be the perfect combination of trendy décor, a youthful vibe, super friendly service, and top-notch, eclectic cooking, with a...  Read More

Numchok Wilai

Although short on ambience, Numchok Wilai delivers when it comes to fantastic Thai food. The cooking is authentic and flavorful, with plenty of lemongrass, coconut milk, chilis, garlic, ginger, peanuts and fish sauce. You'll find the usual rice...  Read More

Boualong Laos and Thai Cuisine

The diminutive size of this popular restaurant is no indication of the flavors you'll encounter. The bold cuisines of Laos and Thailand – spicy curries, piquant rice and noodle dishes – are the staple here, with traditional tastes of Thai...  Read More

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