Change Up Your Dinner Routine With Asian Food
If you are tried of eating the same foods week in and week out, maybe it's time to treat yourself to a night out at a different kind of restaurant. When is the last time you had a real meal at a sit-down Asian restaurant instead of just ordering takeout? Here's why heading to a local Asian or Chinese restaurant tonight might be just what you are looking for.
Excellent Portion Sizes
Obviously, this may vary based on the restaurant, but in general, most Asian restaurants pride themselves on offering generous portions. If you've ever gone to a restaurant and then stared at the bill while realizing that you are still hungry, this likely will not be a problem for you once you order Asian food. Some Asian restaurants even encourage "family-style" portions, encouraging everyone at the table to share with one another. If you have a large family to feed, Asian food is a great way to ensure that everyone gets their fill.
Again, the exact details will vary based on where you go. But in general, Chinese and other types of Asian food is considered to be inexpensive. To put it another way, you'll likely get a bigger portion of food for less money than what you might expect at your favorite American restaurant. You can have a "gourmet" level experience without having to pay a "gourmet" level bill at the end of the night. This is again a big plus for you if you have a lot of mouths to feed.
Something for Everyone
Yes, they probably have General Tso's chicken with white rice if you want to go with your old standby. But Asian restaurants today typically offer a diverse menu with many different options. You can go with the tried and true favorites, but you might also find a vegetarian option or something that is gluten-free if you are interested. If you are having a true sit-down meal, why not open up with an appetizer or a cup of Asian soup that you likely will not find at your local American eatery. Asian restaurants offer something for everyone, while providing total deliciousness from the first bite of your entree to the last bite of your fortune cookie.
If you want to switch things up for dinner tonight or in the near future, contact a local Asian restaurant for a sit-down feast that you won't soon forget.