Five Asian Cuisine Restaurants in Cork

Cork City is home to lots of fantastic eateries, catering to all sorts of tastes and preferences. If you’re in the area and you’re craving some Asian Cuisine –be it a Chinese curry, some ramen noodles or a Thai stir fry– there are plenty of options. Here are our top five Asian restaurants in Cork City and its surrounding areas:

Five Asian Cuisine Restaurants in Cork

Koto Asian Kitchen and Bar

This family owned and run Asian restaurant is right in the city centre, ready to welcome guests from all over. With two floors and a heated outdoor terrace, Koto Asian Kitchen and Bar serves a diverse menu of fresh dishes, making all food and sauces in-house from scratch.

The menu offers everything from light bites to curries and stir fries, and also has separate coeliac, vegan and kids menus. No matter your preferences and dietary requirements, you can be assured Koto has something that will satisfy. Head to Carey’s Lane for some vibrant and flavoursome Asian cuisine.

Sakura Japanese Cuisine

Make your way to MacCurtain Street, where Sakura is cooking up Japanese cuisine for both lunch and dinner. With two wonderfully extensive and diverse menus, there’s lots to explore when it comes to fresh and tasty Japanese dishes.

Choose from a long list of tempura, ramen and fried rice dishes, among many more. With a variety of flavours and plenty of options to choose from, there’s bound to be something for everyone. The next time you’re in Cork, head in to Sakura for a delicious and memorable Japanese meal.

Wabisabi Sushi and Noodle Bar

Find more fantastic Japanese food at Wabisabi sushi and noodle bar on Oliver Plunkett Street. With a selection including sushi, ramen and udon dishes, take a seat and enjoy all the restaurant has to offer, right in the centre of Cork City.

Whether you’re a meat eater, prefer produce from the sea, or like to keep it meat-free with vegetarian dishes, you’ll find what you’re looking for here. Stop by and explore all the restaurant has to offer, serving both lunch and dinner so you can visit all throughout the day.

Soba Express, Asian Street Food

If you’re looking for an all-encompassing Asian street food dining experience, Soba Express on Carey’s Lane has it all. Using fresh Irish ingredients and creating each of its sauces from scratch, you can experience all the flavours of Asia during your visit to Cork

From noodle dishes to curries and wok fried dishes, you can choose from a varied menu of MSG-free meals, as Soba strives to provide healthy food packed with flavour. Pop in for the perfect evening of dining, and enjoy a vibrant and authentic Asian meal.

Rose Garden Chinese, Douglas

If you’re in the area and looking for some top quality Chinese food to satisfy those cravings, Rose Garden in Douglas has everything you need. Just a 10 minute drive outside the city centre, the restaurant serves some fantastic dishes that are well worth the visit. Using fresh local ingredients, the Rose Garden is committed to creating healthy and flavoursome Chinese dishes.

The menu offers all of your favourites, from tempting starters to classic mains including curries, seafood dishes and more. Whether you’re looking for a memorable sit-down experience or a great Chinese takeaway, Rose Garden is Cork’s one-stop-shop for authentic and delicious meals.


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Ava Farrelly
Ava Farrelly is a travel journalist for travel2ireland, ITTN and TravelTimes. With a background in arts, culture and lifestyle, Ava has a keen eye for the most visit-worthy destinations and all their attractions.

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