Xi'an Sizzling Woks

Xi’an Sizzling Woks 902 Arch St 215/925-1688  Xi’an Sizzling Woks serves what many have called “the best Chinese food I’ve ever tasted!” Offering an amazing selection of seafood, beef, pork, chicken and vegetarian dishes. House specialties include Baing Baing noodles served with a refreshing ginger and scallion sauce. Also try the Ma-La Hot, an amazing combination of vermicelli, beef, broccoli and cabbage in a simmering red sauce. Open Sunday-Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday and Saturday 11am-11pm.

Red Kings 2 Restaurant

1006 Race St.


BYOB. Karaoke and VIP Room. Open Sun-Thu 4pm-2am, Fri and Sat 4pm-3am.

Visit one of Chinatown’s newest restaurants, serving dinner and late night 7 days a week, and serving some of the finest Sichuan cuisine in the city. Sichuan is known as the “heavenly country” due to its abundance of food and natural resources. Some of Red Kings’ house specialties include Dan Dan Noodle, Boiled Fish Fillet in Chile Sauce, Crispy Whole Sea Bass in Sweet and Sour Sauce, and Szechuan Beef Tenderloin.

Rangoon Burmese Restaurant

112 N 9th St.



Open 7 days.

The only Burmese restaurant in Philadelphia, Rangoon specializes in curry dishes and offers a great atmosphere. The restaurant was voted “Best of Philly” by Philadelphia Magazine. Party facilities available for up to 90 people. Wine and beer served. Reservations recommended for 5 or more.

Imperial Inn

Come visit a Philadelphia institution, serving traditional, authentic Chinese cuisine to visitors and locals alike for over 40 years. Imperial serves some of the finest Dim Sum in Philly, and also serves a huge selection of beef, chicken and seafood dishes. Full bar with a great selection of cocktails, beer and wine. Located right in the heart of Chinatown just 2 blocks from the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Open Sun-Thu 11am-12am, Fri and Sat 10:30am-1am.


1021 Arch St.



Hours: Sunday-Thursday; 4pm-2am; Friday-Saturday 4pm-4am.

Philadelphia’s newest Karaoke Lounge in the heart of Chinatown. Graced by a 10ft by 18ft wide glass screen that displays karaoke videos for all the daring singers out there, 32 flat screens and 18,000 watts of sound amplified throughout the entire venue. 6 private VIP entertainment rooms, 2 floors, a full bar and a full restaurant with its own noodle bar. Eat. Drink. Sing! Hours: Sunday- Thursday; 4pm-2am; Friday-Saturday 4pm- 4am. Find us on FaceBook! www.facebook. com/PhillyTANGO or check out our website at http://www.tangophilly.com

Vietnam House

901 Race St.



Open daily 10am-10pm.

Chinatown’s newest restaurant, Vietnam House offers the finest traditional Vietnamese cuisine in a fun casual atmosphere. House specialties include their Special Beef Noodle Soup, Pan Fried Rice Cake or try the House Special Rice with Charbroiled Pork Chop.












































































Nan Yang

Nan Yang offers a variety of Asian Cuisines such as Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese. House specialties include Prawn Mee: Egg noodles with shredded pork, shrinm, vegetables and bean sprouts in shrimp broth, Duck Salad (Thai style): pineapple, cucumber, minced leaf and onion with a mild spicy flavor, Tomyan Fried Rice: peas, carrots, bean sprouts, and onions with chicken and shrimp, Sambala Spicy Chicken: Breaded boneless chicken with dried pepper and Coconut Prawns, Breaded Jumbo Shrimp with coconut and mayonnaise. KTV. Open Mon-Thu 11am-2am, Fri and Sat11am-4am, Sun 11am-2am.


915 Arch St.



Open Mon-Thu 11am-10:30 pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm, Sun noon- 10pm.

Emei 915 Arch St Philadelphia215/627-2500 Weekly raves about Chinatown’s newest restaurant, saying “Emei is at its best when it lets its Szechuan flag fly and it doesn’t hold back on the fireworks that make this kind of food so special.” House specialties include Sliced Beef and Tripe, Hot and Sour Soup, and Smoked Pork with Garlic Shoot.

Vietnam Palace

222 N 11th Street.



Sun-Thurs 11am-9:45pm. Fri, Sat 11am-10pm. Happy hour Mon-Fri 3-6. MC, Visa, Amex, Discover.

Located a half-block from the Convention Center, this Vietnamese gem serves some the most delicious Southeast Asian cuisines. Try the “Soft Shell Crabs,” Chicken Sauteed with lemon grass or even the traditional “Pho Tai,” a beef noodle soup that is hearty enough to satisfy as a meal. Banquet room seats up 100 people. Rated highly by Zagat Survey.

Penang Malaysian Cuisine

117 N 10th Street.

215/413 2531


Seven days, lunch and dinner. Open 11:30 am-1 am daily.

Beer and wine served. Visa, MC, AMEX. Experience authentic Malaysian cuisine in an exciting contemporary setting. You can count on a very knowledgeable staff to help guide you through the extensive menu filled with taste sensations. The famous roti canai is a must to start! Recommended: Jumbo Prawns or Steamed Fish with a selection of sauces, Yampot, Mango Chicken. Be sure and cap off your meal with a succulent peanut pancake.