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 Pittsburgh'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 Pittsburgh. We vet restaurants carefully for quality, and when we recommend popular eateries like Kaya or tell you that Spice Island Tea House gets good reader feedback, you can believe it. We'll make sure you get - and eat - what's best.

China Palace

You'll find crispy walnut shrimp, orange beef, and lemon chicken among the selections at this locally favored spot. Expect cordial service to compliment the good food.

Strip District

Chili braised chicken empanadas, conch fritters, and seared rare salmon medallions are a few of the interesting menu choices you may find at this chic Caribbean spot, a reformed nightclub smack-dab in the middle of Pittsburgh's Strip District....  Read More

Soba Lounge

Soba offers an array of pan-Asian dining options. Small plates include chicken or shrimp satay, Korean barbecue ribs, and various dumplings. Soups, salads and bowls are creative and flavorful. Large plates range from a traditional pad thai to ...  Read More

Spice Island Tea House

The Spice Island Tea House is a fun and funky restaurant that's popular with the university crowd. The chef gets inspiration from Burmese, Indian, Chinese and Thai cuisines. Try the ginger salad or the festival rice, which includes onions,...  Read More

Squirrel Hill
How Lee

"How Lee Cow!" is likely what you'll think when you see your order from this delicious Chinese joint. Be prepared to take the tasty food outside after paying. Not only is there no seating inside, but you'll want to escape with the bounty,...  Read More

Sushi Too

Sushi Too, set among Walnut Street's trendy shops, gets everything right, from traditional favorites like the Tekka Roll to not-so-traditional sushi offerings like the Pittsburgh Roll. The ambience is relaxed, and the decor sticks to the basics....  Read More

Lu Lu's Noodle Shop

Lu Lu's is not your average Chinese restaurant – it offers a huge selection of noodle and rice dishes that put most other Chinese restaurants to shame. The dining room is huge, which is good since the place fills up rather quickly during peak...  Read More

Squirrel Hill
New Dumpling House

This establishment has built a reputation on offering both Japanese and Chinese sections and menus, and your only problem may be deciding on which side to sit and from which menu to order. The Japanese side offers a complete sushi bar that...  Read More