Seems like a popular place, but a disappointment to me. If you are under 30 you probably will like it better. For lunch it is a fast option.
This is the best Chinese place in Tulsa!! When I have Chinese friends that recommend it you know it's awesome. They bring tons of food with plates for family style. Rice is the fragrant jasmine. Soooooo yummy!!
The food is good but it takes forever to get your food.
Calamari was the only thing we didn't like but the pot stickers, ribeye & sweet n sour rib were great. Don't be pressed for time- service is slow.
The food here is good - but the eternity it takes to arrive isn't.My wife, stepson and I went to Asian Cuisine to celebrate his birthday. The place wasn't crowded at all, yet we waited at least ten minutes for a waiter to arrive at our table. He finally showed up, brought some menus and left. After about another fifteen minutes he finally returned and took our preliminary orders. We ordered something to drink and three appetizers. The drinks and first appetizer arrived after about ten minutes. We'd been in the restaurant over half an hour by this time. After another fifteen minutes or so the second appetizer arrived. After another twenty minutes, forget the meal, we were still waiting on our last appetizer! We were getting irate by this point and my wife asked the waiter if he could hurry things up a bit. He said 'OK' - then started chuckling as he walked off. That was the last straw. I asked for the manager. We heard some loud Chinese voices in the kitchen, then all of the sudden everything started appearing as if by magic. The manager came out to tell us: 'You food now ready!' I told her that the story was over... we were leaving and wouldn't be back. We paid up and left.I figure all in all we were there for at least 65 minutes - still waiting on the third appetizer. Asian Cuisine's food is good but not worth the long wait and smirking waiters. Never again.