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Top 5 Asian restaurants near Algonquin

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Located in the heart of Central Massachusetts, Algonquin is surrounded by a wide variety of excellent restaurants. A popular option that many students and families enjoy is Asian cuisine, so here are our top five rated Asian restaurants to help you decide where to indulge in your sushi or ramen cravings next.

#5: Mosaka Hibachi (& Sushi), Marlborough

Only a three-minute ride from Algonquin, Mosaka is an excellent option that also has easy access to everything Apex has to offer. Whether you try their excellent Hibachi service or expansive sushi menu, you are sure to find something to enjoy for lunch or dinner. They have many unique rolls such as the y2k roll,  a tasty shrimp tempura roll with a spicy yellowtail topped with spicy tuna, eel sauce, and spicy mayo sauce.

#4: Kinzen, Marlborough

Kinzen is an amazing Asian restaurant in the neighboring town of Marlborough. They offer speedy take-out along with a great dine-in experience. The restaurant’s interior is small, but it makes up for it with cozy, eye-catching Asian decor along with attentive waiters who are sure to impress. Kinzen specializes in delicious ramen and offers a wide variety to fit different preferences. Hard-boiled eggs, beef, and bok choy are just some of the many toppings you can put in your ramen at Kinzen. They also have many other great dishes, such as dumplings, rice bowls, and teriyaki chicken. 

#3: Yama Zakura, Northborough

Yama Zakura has become an essential staple for all sushi lovers in Northborough since opening its doors in 2005 on Main Street. From their entrees such as teriyaki chicken or yama coco noodles, to their expansive sushi and sashimi menu, Yama Zakura has it all. Located in the downtown Northborough area, it’s only seven minutes away from the Algonquin campus. Make sure to check out their dessert menu for a sweet treat!

#2: La Miette La Mai, Northborough

La Miette La Mai, formerly known as Yoong Tong, reopened under new family management in 2021. This food option is located right near the school on Main Street and is only a 10-15 minute walk for those looking for a delicious after-school snack. You can always expect phenomenal food at this delightful restaurant, with great staff that has a spark to their personalities. Not only do they have wonderfully crafted sushi, but their menu also contains countless other options for non-sushi lovers. This restaurant earns its 2nd place ranking due to its unique sushi rolls and delicious handmade Thai iced tea. 

#1: Crazy Stone, Marlborough

Nestled alongside the Hager Pond right off Route 20, Crazy Stone is a restaurant we think everyone would love. With its charming atmosphere, affordable options (their cheapest roll is only $5.95) and efficient service, this restaurant has a lot to offer. They offer more than 50 sushi rolls with specialty rolls such as the Hot Girl (Spicy tuna, avocado wrapped in a soy wrapper, topped with bluefin tuna, salmon, and escolar with spicy mayo and honey wasabi) and Out of Control (Spicy tuna and spicy yellowtail, topped with spicy imitation crab meat) rolls. Crazy Stone has an expansive menu of hot and cold dishes; it’s hard to resist this hole-in-the-wall sushi paradise!

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