At 10Best, we're always on the lookout for Québec City's best restaurants, and while we appreciate places that have a broad culinary range, we can't help but adore restaurants that specialize in a given cuisine. When we're in the mood for Asian food in Québec City, we head to VooDoo Grill - a reader favorite - or we count on Apsara's solid track record and consistently great dishes. You'll find these places - and any of the restaurants on our list - to be fantastic options for Asian cuisine, and if you're looking to concentrate your efforts, start with the vibrant Saint-jean Baptiste area.

Vieux Quebec

This Upper Town favorite is housed in an 1845 Victorian home and looks more like a consulate's residence than one of Québec's premier Asian eateries. Thai dishes, including breaded shrimp in a zesty sauce, spicy roast beef, and the seven-course...  Read More

Yuzu Sushi Bar

Yuzu's décor is very linear, with lots of squares and straight lines, highlighted by some cool cubby holes along one wall, each with its own recessed light source. The food, on the other hand, is about as curvy and innovative as it can be and...  Read More

Saint-jean Baptiste
VooDoo Grill

This African-themed restaurant, located in the heart of the Grand-Allée's hip nightlife scene, offers an exotic alternative to the Euro-bistros spread out across the city. Voodoo, which is part of the popular Chez Maurice complex, boasts themed...  Read More

L'Elysée Mandarin

With décor so authentic you may feel as if you've left Québec, Restaurant Élysée Mandarin welcomes guests to China. Traditional music in the background, along with a waterfall and intricately carved rosewood accents, sets the tone for an...  Read More

Saint-jean Baptiste

In the mood for spicy Vietnamese or Thai food? Head over to Asia for the latest flavors in Asian cooking. A recipient of several local awards, including a "People's Choice Award" from one local publication, Asia does not lack for superlatives....  Read More

Saint-jean Baptiste

Chef-owner Shigeo Kimura opened his Toronto restaurant more than 20 years ago, and to the delight of local sushi fanciers he expanded to Québec in 2005. The two-level restaurant has several distinct dining spaces. At the sushi bar, order the...  Read More

Saint-jean Baptiste
Thang Long

Thang Long is small, seating about 30 in its appealing dining room with deep blue walls and Chinese lanterns. The menu features traditional dishes from Vietnam, China and Thailand. Start with what are often cited as the best spring rolls in...  Read More

Sainte-foy / Sillery
Chez Dô

Clean lines and a relaxed (some might say "Zen-like") ambience prevail at Chez Dô, and the service is first-rate. The Vietnamese menu offers a number of tempting table d'hôte and tasting menu options, but seafood dishes are particularly strong.