Are Contempory Asian Restaurants consider the SAME as Chinese Take-out, or a Korean, Indian, Japanese Restaura
Are Contempory Asian Restaurants consider the SAME as Chinese Take-out, or a Korean, Indian, Japanese Restaurant. The Asian Restaurant Menu consist a little taste of many popular region in Asia. But nothing else insists the Asian Restaurant to be execlusively Chinese, or Japanese.......
- Dave CLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
To me the term Contemporary Asian Restaurant implies something different from the typical family run restaurant or a take-out restaurant.
The contemporary restaurant uses Asian flavors and dishes, but employ fancy plating techniques and "new" cooking techniques which also implies higher prices.
PF Chang's would be a contemporary Asian resaurant.
Another example is Susur.Source(s): Susur website: http://www.susur.com/
- 1 decade ago
I was born and am living in Japan, and I can go Chinese, Korean, Japanese restaurants anytime today.
But surely there are the differences between -for example-
Japanese restaurants in Japan and ones in China,
Chinese restaurants in China and ones in Japan.
At least natives of each country can recognize it.
Anyway, I love Chinese food, so
the fact that there are many restaurants of it in Japan
is very happy to me:)
I'm learning English now, so I might have said something strange.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
No! Definitely NO!!!
I believe it's just a name coined to suggest that they have dishes from all over Asia, be it Chinese, Indian, Korean, Japanese, Javanese...etc,
or dishes that seems to resemble or taste like Asian dishes but not authentically any of the Asian cuisines.
Whatever it is, I guess it does not matter as long as u like the taste and suit your palate.
This is innovation!