Food, glorious food! My gastronomic journey encompassing Dubai's many restaurants, the food I encounter around the world, my personal tips about the countries I visit, plus my battle to discover if food is the key to managing my IBS and Ankylosing Spondylitis. Fair comment, as mentioned tastier stock would have made the soups a lot better!
This is a great, little restaurant. The food is delicious and you can create your own dish by first choosing the type of noodles you want, then your protein, then your sauce from the list provided. Then you go up to the counter and put
Real estate is currently being evaluated, and the first restaurant is scheduled to open by January Formerly Zyng Noodlery, Zyng has changed names to better reflect their position in the Pan-Asian market as a full service restaurant. Zyng Asian Grill blends the cuisines from China, Thailand, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and Singapore into one Pan Asian format centered around an exhibition kitchen where all customers can see their meal being prepared on a flat, teppanyaki grill.
Four varieties of dumplings. Choose your favourite or mix and match! Fill fresh lettuce cups with our blend of diced chicken, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots and mushrooms cooked in a flavourful ingredient Mu Shu sauce.
Really good stir-fry, especially on a rainy day. My chicken tasted less-than-fresh but I guess that's what you get when you walk in 15 minutes before they close. My boyfriend's beef was yummy though.
Four varieties of dumplings. Choose your favourite or mix and match! Filled with little shrimps.
A new addition to the Squirrel Hill area of Pittsburgh is offering a unique twist to the Asian restaurant concept. Located in a sleek, modern, recently-constructed space just off Forbes Avenue, Zyng Asian Grill offers diners an elegant setting to try its version of Pan-Asian favorites…. The menu lists some of the more popular dishes from Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Singapore cuisines, but the offering that sets Zyng apart is its Asian Market meals.