Spicing up Asian entrees on U.S. menus

04/16/2007 | Restaurants & Institutions (free registration)

Americans have enjoyed the basic Asian cuisine offered at traditional Chinese, Thai and Japanese restaurants for years, but now more sophisticated palates are looking for something new. Exotic dishes from Korean kalbi to Japanese Chicken Namban are making their way onto the menus of upscale restaurants and popular chains, and U.S. diners are loving it, Restaurants & Institutions reports.

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