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Yuma Asian Food

e.d. | Dec 22, 2000 02:15 PM

Yes, there is some Asian food in Yuma. But if you know someone who'd like to open a Thai or Vietnamese restaurant, please send him/her to our fair city as we could sure use a place featuring Southeast Asian cuisine.

Papa-San Rice Bowl. Stay away from what is called sushi at this place. The rice bowls with toppings are OK. The Mandarin Palace and its sister establishment, the Mandarin Garden, are adequate Chinese restaurants with nice decorations. The best pot stickers in town can be found at the Fortune Cookie. My favorite Asian restaurant in Yuma is Yummy Yummy, a little Cantonese hole in a stripmall that features pretty good $3.25 meal specials. But chowhounds know that this is the place to get greens in foo-yee sauce, excellent abalone in oyster sauce, great pork ribs in a chocolaty black bean sauce, and fiery shrimp in hot sauce. The whole fish and squid dishes are also good, and I'm sure most of their other dishes are tasty too. No beer and wine served, which means that you can bring your own wine (no corkage fee) to accompany your feast. Remember to bring corkscrew and wine glasses also. Prices are extremely reasonable.

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