Upscale Chinese and Asian cuisine from the eight regions of China, Vietnam, and street foods of Southeast Asia
Yes, it’s true. Endless sushi is within your reach.
Vietnamese dining in Santa Rosa includes crepes, Shaking Beef, lime marinated beef carpaccio
Asian Noodle Bar meets Italian Trattoria in Sebastopol
Ken Tominaga continues his sushi fix at Shimo
Local chef hawks outstanding and authentic Asian curries and banh mi
Another downtown contender for lunch is a hit for curry, appetizers
$3 banh mi make this new Cambodian restaurant a hot spot
Chinese Favorites in Sonoma County
Anh Lihn Vietnamese is a second restaurant for Lee’s Noodle House
RP sushi sleeper
Authentic Korean soft tofu soup and bibimbap hits the mark
Strange. Pink. Awesome: Downscale Santa Rosa Vietnamese
Exceptionally un-Wine Country, Morimoto is Japanese cuisine from the Iron-est of Chefs
Goji Kitchen in Santa Rosa marries Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese classics with a focus on healthy eating
Top Thai & Lao Eats in Sonoma County: Aroon Thai Market, Baan Thai, Van Vieng Khan, Sea Thai, Thai Taste, California Thai, Banyan Tree
Tomi Thai: Attentive, thoughtful service and mostly reasonable prices for Thai restaurant in Windsor
Hana Sushi: Sonoma County’s best sushi spot
Laotian specialties at Teriyaki Restaurant
Sea Thai Bistro in Santa Rosa marries exotic flavors with Wine Country sensibilities.
Fresh China in Santa Rosa has some solid Chinese eats
With Lynn’s delicate touch in the kitchen and constant-presence in the dining room, it’s a welcome relief to have another reasonably priced go-to Thai in town.
Despite a menu that runs for several pages, Thai Issan needs to go back to basics. The recently-opened Sebastapol restaurant may have bitten off a little more than it was ready to chew when it comes to flavorful Thai cooking
Well-loved Chinese specialties and dim sum dishes from San Francisco’s historic Hang Ah restaurant.
Khoom Lanna in Railroad Square: Solid Thai in Santa Rosa