Luxembourg boasts a remarkably diverse and international culinary scene. Thanks to its vibrant expat community, the country has become a hub for traditional cuisine from all over the world. Among the many cultural influences on Luxembourg's food scene, Asian cuisine stands out as particularly popular.
From Chinese to Japanese, Thai to Korean, Vietnamese to Indian, there are plenty of Asian restaurants to choose from, each offering a unique and authentic taste of the continent. Whether you're in the mood for bold and spicy flavors, delicate and fresh seafood, or hearty and comforting curries, Luxembourg's Asian restaurants are sure to satisfy your cravings, all without ever having to leave the country.
Asian cuisine is popular across the world for its diverse and complex flavors. Each country has its unique culinary traditions that reflect its culture, geography, and history. In this guide, we'll explore the fascinating world of Asian cuisine that is available in the Grand Duchy.
Chinese food is one of the most popular choices of Asian cuisine in the world and Luxembourg as well, with many restaurants offering a range of traditional dishes. China has one of the oldest and most diverse culinary traditions in the world, with a history that spans more than 5,000 years.
If one place in the world doesn't have a Chinese food restaurant, it will be opened there soon. There are around 1 million Chinese expats in the world, so the chances are pretty high. We have the richest food culture: recipes for traditional dishes vary from region to region, and there are a variety of tastes and spices. — Vicki Wu, Chinese expat in the interview for Luxtoday.
Chinese cuisine is all about a balance of flavors, textures and colors — the main concept of this national cuisine is the yin and yang, which emphasizes the balance between opposing forces such as hot and cold, sweet and sour, and salty and bitter. This philosophy is reflected in the preparation of dishes, which often include a variety of ingredients to achieve the perfect balance.
Chinese food has a lot of traditional dishes that you should try. Here is a few examples of what you can order in a restaurant to taste some authentic flavors:
are a staple of Chinese cuisine and are commonly made with vegetables, eggs, chicken and meat or seafood. The garnishes are stir-fried in a wok with soy sauce, oyster sauce, and other seasonings to create a savory and satisfying dish.
are a popular food in many Asian countries, but they are particularly popular in China. Chinese dumplings are typically filled with pork, shrimp, or vegetables and served boiled, steamed, or pan-fried. They are often served with soy sauce and vinegar for dipping.
is a classic dish that is made with diced chicken, vegetables (such as bell peppers and onions), and peanuts. Everything is stir-fried together in a spicy sauce made with chili peppers, garlic, and ginger.
is a Chinese cooking method where ingredients such as meat, seafood, and vegetables are cooked in a pot of simmering broth at the table. It is a popular social activity in China and around the world. People choose their own ingredients, put them into the broth, and engage in conversation to pass the time while it cooks. The small pieces are cooked pretty fast.
is a type of Chinese dish with steamed dumplings, siu mai (steamed pork and shrimp dumplings), char siu bao (steamed barbecue pork buns), and rice rolls.
is a famous Chinese dish that originated in Beijing. It is a roasted duck that is served with thin pancakes, scallions, and a sweet bean sauce. This way guests can assemble their own pancake wraps by adding the duck and other ingredients and rolling it up.
Address: 48, Avenue de la Faiencerie, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 46 21 47
Bo Zai Fan is a Chinese restaurant in Luxembourg, that specializes in Hong Kong style of cuisine. It has a nice, elegant ambiance and offers a variety of simple Asian dishes, such as dim sum, noodles, and clay pot rice. You should definitely try the traditional duck and HK-style noodles here. Bo Zai Fan is a great place to enjoy a drink with friends (they have a great selection of cocktails) in the evening and get lunch or takeout during the daytime.
The restaurant offers a range of dishes at varying prices. Appetizers, such as nem rolls, cost around 9 euros, dim sums and dumplings — 8 euros. Main courses, such as noodles, rice dishes and stir-fries, range from 16 to 20 euros. Specialty dishes, such as Peking Duck, are priced a little higher at around 22-30 euros.
Bo Zai Fan restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Address: 24-28 Avenue Victor Hugo, Limpertsberg, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 26 26 16
Mr. Chau, the owner of the Confucius restaurant, serves up delicious Chinese cuisine from four different regions of China: Beijing, Quandong, Shanghai, and Sichuan. With a perfect balance of sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and spicy flavors, you'll be sure to find something that pleases your palate. The restaurant also offers Thai specialties. During the week, there are also tasty lunch options available. The restaurant offers an extensive wine list with selections that perfectly complement the flavors of the Asian dishes.
Confucius offers a huge menu of traditional dishes for reasonable prices. The main dishes will cost you around 20 euros, with classic Duck for a price of up to 30 euros (89 euros for three persons serving), and rice or noodles will cost about 19 euros. Very wide options are available for each dish to be made with different ingredients of choice.
The restaurant is open every day except for Saturday from 12:00 to 2:30 p.m. and from 6:00 to 10:30 p.m.
This small Chinese restaurant chain called Ramen in Luxembourg is a home for traditional Chinese-style dishes with noodles. The ramen first originated in China and then became popular in Japan too. This restaurant serves this dish variations from Hong Kong, Shanghai, and even Wuhan. Huge portions, always fresh broth and handmade noodles are the specialties of the kitchen.
Prices in this restaurant are quite modest: the bowl of ramen or soup will cost you around 15 euros, and entrees, like nem rolls, beef and crispy shrimp — not more than 10 euros. The menu that is available online offers various options and ingredients, as well as different styles of ramen.
The Ramen restaurants are open every day, even on Sunday: working hours of the restaurants and delivery services are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Address: 7 Rue Beaumont, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 28 22 59 88
This Asian restaurant is located in the heart of Luxembourg City, with a unique contemporary decor showcasing Chinese opera masks. Red Face offers a blend of spicy Sichuan and sweet Shanghai flavors, with their specialty dish being Ramen, freshly made by Chef Zheng right in front of you. The restaurant specializes in Sichuan cuisine: guests especially enjoy duck in a mixture of sauces and beef in sesame seeds.
The Red Face offers to experience the genuine taste of real Chinese culture: to compliment the traditions, they have a separate room with karaoke, that is available for events and small dinner parties.
A menu that is available online demonstrates a wide variety of traditional Chinese dishes: Pekin Duck will cost you 22 euros, and whole fish with sweet and sour sauce — 24 euros. You can also find a lot of Chief's Sichuan special dishes. You can also get a dish of the day and one main dish from the chef's list for 15 euros.
The working hours of the Red Face restaurant are as follows: from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 to 11 p.m. on Saturday. On Sunday the restaurant is open from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: 187 rue des Aubépines, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 22 40 10
New Confucius is a family restaurant that has been keeping traditions for three generations. They serve traditional cuisine from Shanghai and Hong Kong. It is safe to say, that the signature of this place is an impressive ginger lobster dish. The restaurant also boasts a spacious terrace with great views and 80 seats for people to enjoy their food outdoors.
This restaurant offers a standard cart, as well as different menus, that already include a choice of dishes. Prices can vary from 15 euros for lunch selection to 38 euros for fine dining dishes: menus include various entrees, main plates, and desserts, providing a simple choice from limited names. They also serve hot pot, so this is your opportunity to try out this interesting activity: it costs 38 euros per person.
In addition to the original menu, New Confucius offers a special vegetarian selection, that includes a dinner for people with dietary restrictions — the price for the menu is 25 euros.
The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. New Confucius is closed on Mondays (except for holidays).
Japan's culinary traditions are based on the concept of «umami», which refers to the fifth taste sensation, alongside sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. Its emphasis is on fresh, seasonal ingredients, such as seafood, rice, vegetables, and tofu. One of the key features is its aesthetic presentation, which is as important as the taste of the dish. The use of traditional bento boxes, sushi plates, and tea sets is a reflection of Japanese culture and values — harmony, balance, and simplicity.
Japanese cuisine is very popular in Luxembourg, with many sushi restaurants offering favorites. That is not unexpected, as the whole world loves simple and tasty food with rice and raw fish. We will take a look at a few of the top Japanese restaurants and best sushi places in Luxembourg.
Japanese cuisine is popular for its healthy and balanced dishes, with a focus on fresh ingredients. The emphasis on seasonality and freshness means that the food is constantly evolving and changing, providing a unique and exciting dining experience. Here are a few traditional Japanese dishes, that every gourmand needs to try:
is a traditional Japanese dish that is made with vinegared rice and a variety of fresh ingredients, such as seafood, vegetables, and eggs. Sushi is often served with soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled ginger.
are more varied and complex versions of sushi with different ingredients, that are rolled into rice or nori, and have a filling of a kind.
is a popular Japanese noodle soup that is made with wheat noodles in a meat or fish-based broth. The soup is typically flavored with soy sauce or miso, and it can be topped with a variety of ingredients such as sliced pork, green onions, and dried seaweed.
is battered and deep-fried seafood and vegetables. The dish is often served with a dipping sauce made with soy sauce, mirin, and dashi (Japanese broth).
is a type of Japanese noodle that is made from wheat flour. It is commonly served in a hot broth, soy sauce, and mirin, and it can be topped with a variety of ingredients such as tempura, vegetables, and meat.
is a cooking technique that involves grilling or broiling meat or fish and then brushing it with a sweet and savory glaze made with soy sauce, mirin, and sugar. The glaze caramelizes and forms a delicious coating on the meat or fish.
is a sweet traditional Japanese dessert made from glutinous rice that has been pounded into a sticky and chewy paste. It can be filled with red bean paste, matcha, or strawberries, and is often served as a sweet treat during celebrations and holidays.
is a savory Japanese pancake that is made with a batter of flour, eggs, and shredded cabbage, and can be filled with a variety of ingredients such as seafood, pork, and vegetables.
Address: 27 Rue Raymond Poincaré, Hollerich, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 27 76 92 85
Chef Ryôdô Kajiwara has a passion for sushi and sashimi, eel and salmon appetizers, fine fish and meat dishes. In 2022 the chef got his Michelin star, so the Restaurant Ryôdô did as well. What distinguishes Michelin restaurants from its colleagues is the idea: the food is not the only experience in such places. For example, in Ryôdô you can see waiters wearing kimonos, and every little detail in the restaurant was placed with a purpose.
There are two types of menus in the restaurant — for the day and the evening. The menu is built around seasonal ingredients and changes every month or two. The bento-style daytime menu will cost you around 68 euros per person, a perfect place for posh business meetings. There is also a special degustation menu, that allows you to try all the different special flavors, that the chef currently offers — for 155 euros.
The restaurant didn't forget about vegetarians too. You can enjoy the haute cuisine as well — the special menu costs 98 euros.
Ryôdô restaurant is closed on Sundays and Mondays and offers a Lunch menu from Thursday to Saturday from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., and a Dinner menu from Tuesday to Saturday in the evening — from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Address: 21, rue de la Tour Jacob, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 68 34 55
AWADA is a cozy and quiet place where you can enjoy sushi, whether it's a small portion or a large combo set comfortably. The menu also includes great ramen, spring rolls, dumplings, and even Japanese fondue. The staff won't mind you catching some zen either, the service here is top-notch.
The specialty of this place is ingredients straight from Japan: for example, they order Hokkaido Wagyu Beef for the dishes from the country of origin. The prices here are in the medium price range: ramen will cost you up to 25 euros, rolls are priced around 10 euros, depending on your choice of ingredients. During the week Awada offers some menu deals up to 25 euros.
The restaurant is closed on Tuesday but is available any other day of the week. On Monday and Saturday, they work from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday — from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m
Address: 4 Rue Münster, Grund, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 47 06 04
The award-winning Kamakura restaurant is bursting with positive recommendations from happy guests. It's not a surprise: a well-thought menu with attention to seasonal Japanese cuisine and a good eye for detail demonstrate a passionate love for national culture. The owner Hajime Miyamae has opened his first Asian restaurant in Luxembourg 25 years ago, and this restaurant is a family business since 1988. The restaurant is a part of Japan Culinary Academy too.
Try the local soups and fresh sushi, various salads with unique tastes. The menu is available online and has a great selection of fresh fish in different forms: a plate of sushi and sashimi for one person will cost 44 euros, and a traditional bento — is 37 euros. Kamakura also offers degustation menus for complete tables.
Working hours of the restaurant are as follows: every day from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., except for Saturday (only the dinner) and Sunday. Make sure to keep in mind that this restaurant has an annual vacation in April and some seasonal breaks too.
Address: 26 rue Notre-Dame, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 46 12 49
Yamayu Santatsu is a Japanese restaurant, located in the center of Luxembourg. Simple wooden tables, an ascetic atmosphere, and excellent grilled meat and fish are the basis of the menu. The restaurant critics also recommend the tuna and salmon sashimi.
Average prices here differ for various positions of the menu. A bento box will cost you 39 euros, the main dishes are up to 30 euros, and a bowl of hot ramen will be 17 euros. Overall, the restaurant offers a classical menu of Japanese cuisine in Luxembourg.
The restaurant's opening hours are 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday. Yamayu Santatsu is closed on Mondays and Sundays.
Address: 31 Porte de France, Belval, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 27 99 89 88
Nonbe is a Japanese word meaning «good living». The restaurant aims to create a unique and modern atmosphere that will satisfy true epicureans. The chef, Norihiro Imamura, stays true to the fundamentals of Japanese gastronomy and respects traditional techniques and foundations. The cuisine focuses on deduction and subtraction without any frills, highlighting the distinct qualities of each ingredient.
Nonbe's cooking is characterized by using local products while maintaining traditional techniques and seasonings. Ramen here costs 24 euros, sushi boxes are available starting at 45 euros. The restaurant has an impressive selection of sake, brought from Japan, that will accompany the dinner.
The working hours of the restaurant are from Tuesday to Saturday, from 11:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Closed on Sundays, Mondays and holidays. The restaurant has dress code guidelines.
Thai cuisine is loved by residents and expats of Luxembourg for its complex flavors, which are a combination of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy. Thai food in Luxembourg and worldwide is famous for use of fresh herbs, such as lemongrass, basil, and mint, as well as aromatic spices – cumin, coriander, and turmeric. In Thai restaurants of the Grand Duchy, you will find Pad Thai, Tom Yum soup, and Thai Curry.
One of the key features of Thai cuisine is its emphasis on the balance of flavors, which is achieved by using a variety of ingredients in each dish. Thai cuisine is also known for its use of vegan-friendly and lactose-free coconut milk, which gives many dishes a rich and creamy texture, as well as traditional bold flavors, combining sweet, sour, spicy, and salty elements to create complex and delicious dishes.
is a popular Thai dish that consists of stir-fried rice noodles with eggs, tofu, vegetables, and meat or seafood. It is often flavored with tamarind paste, fish sauce, and palm sugar, and is served with lime wedges and crushed peanuts.
is a famous hot and sour Thai soup that is made with shrimp or other seafood, mushrooms, lemongrass, chili peppers, and lime juice. The soup is often served with rice and is known for its complex and bold flavors.
is a Thai version of curry that is made with coconut milk, green chili peppers, lemongrass, and other ingredients such as chicken, beef, or tofu. The resulting dish is spicy, creamy, and aromatic.
is a refreshing summer dish that is made with shredded green papaya, tomatoes, chili peppers, and other vegetables, all tossed together in a dressing made with fish sauce, lime juice, and palm sugar.
is made with beef or chicken, potatoes, onions, and peanuts, all simmered in a rich and creamy curry sauce made with coconut milk, tamarind paste, and a blend of aromatic spices.
Address: 19 Rue des Capucins, Ville-Haute, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 47 12 40
Thai House is one of the newest Thai restaurants in Luxembourg, opened in 2021. Homemade cooking and traditional ingredients create a comfortable location for relaxed lunches and dinners. The place is decorated with attention to Thai culture, including wooden elements, a 10-meter-long decorated wall, and antique objects.
The extensive tasting menu for two offers traditional papaya salad, crispy egg rolls with shrimp, steamed chicken dumplings and deep-fried fish. It will cost 120 euros including an assortment of starters, dishes, and desserts. Out of the menu offers, the Green chicken curry, a famous Thai dish, costs 24 euros. You can also taste Pad Thai with different meat and seafood for 22-24 euros.
Thai House restaurant also features a special vegetarian menu, that looks and tastes amazing: guests recommend Flowers of Siam, extraordinary-looking dumplings, and salad with coriander, shallots and grated coconut, served in a half of pineapple.
The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., but is closed on Sundays.
Phone: (+352) 27 40 66 99
Kin Khao is a branch of two Thai restaurants in the Luxembourg City, located at Kirchberg and City center. This place combines good food with an extensive list of cocktails and beers, so it will be a great choice for a fancy evening.
Kin translates literally as "to eat," and Khao as "rice," the most popular side dish in Thai and Asian cuisine. "Kin Khao Yang" is a common Thai expression commonly used to ask if a person has eaten already. The Kin Khao team strives to create authentic Thai dishes from different parts of Thailand served on traditional Taiwanese porcelain. Southern fish pies and spicy papaya salad are just a few of the restaurant's specialties.
The prices here are reasonable, especially with lunch offers – you can get a menu for 18,5 euros, or order from the extensive menu. Pad Thai costs up to 20 euros, spicy Tom Yum is priced at 14,5 euros. Whole grilled sea bass wrapped with pandan leaves will cost you 29 euros.
In addition, the restaurant offers a good selection of healthy steamed and vegetarian dishes for those with dietary preferences and restrictions. It also offers Thai food delivery in Luxembourg.
Overall the restaurant and bar are open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. The kitchen of Kin Khao is open:
The schedule can slightly differ depending on the address. You can check the timetable on the official website.
Address: 57 Rue de la Tour Jacob, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 43 09 17
Ukulele Restaurant was voted the best Thai restaurant in Luxembourg on TripAdvisor, and is a cozy and friendly setup for a nice meal and fun. Dozens of colorful paper umbrellas decorate the ceiling. Pad Thai, basil and lemongrass curry are on the menu, and Thai gin and tonic are on the bar list. The restaurant promises homemade food recipes, that were passed through generations.
You can find a lunch offer for 20,5 euros, which will include starters and two main dishes from the menu. Besides, they serve Thai-style steaks for 25 euros, sweet and sour fish for 21,5 euros and various curries and stir-fries with different ingredients for the price up to 20 euros.
The menu includes vegan and vegetarian options, that will satisfy all the guests, who want to enjoy vegan Thai food in Luxembourg. The positions are marked with a leaf.
The Ukulele restaurant is closed on Mondays and works on the following schedule all the other days:
Address: 1, rue du Nord, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 47 49 34
Thai Celadon is a Michelin-starred restaurant with a unique approach to creating the authentic Thai dishes for over 25 years. Its chef Lek Zimmer cooks regional classics to traditional family recipes for guests, with an emphasis on modern details in traditional cuisine. The menu features a mix of locally and regionally sourced products as well as imported spices, herbs and essentials directly from Thailand.
Prices here are moderately expensive. The salad menu features dishes for around 20-25 euros, and main course meals cost approximately 30 euros, depending on your choice. There is also a menu offering, with suggested a set of meals for 60 euros per person.
A great place for vegetarians: they serve meatless roasted van tan, refried bean paste with basil, and many other meatless dishes. The vegetarian menu for one person costs 50 euros.
The restaurant is open every day except Sunday. Monday through Friday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. On Saturday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Address: 5 Rue du Mur, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 27 48 96 10
Simply Thai serves Authentic Thai food. Tom Yum soup, green and red curry, spring rolls, and spicy papaya salads are the main specialties of this restaurant. Actually, the dishes here are spicy, so be prepared for it. Those who prefer milder tastes will have to choose from the Italian menu, which is also available in this restaurant.
Massaman yellow curry with beef will cost 21,5 euros, and various versions of Gaeng – from 18 euros to 25 euros. Spicy Tom Yum soup on the menu is priced at 23,5 euros. So the prices are quite moderate, in comparison.
Simply Thai also features vegetarian versions of famous Thai dishes, so people with dietary preferences will not be hungry here too.
The restaurant is closed on Sunday, but any other day works on the following schedule:
Address: 1 Rue de Luxembourg, Goetzingen, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 33 27 15
Feuille de Banana is a stylish restaurant that serves Thai Food in Luxebmourg. They have a simple menu for lovers of Thailand: there are common noodles with shrimp, duck with lemongrass, and an unusual curry with masaman beef. The portions here are big, and the food is cooked with traditional recipes and ingredients.
There are a lot of options, as well as the plat menu offers: 30 euros per person and 64 euros per two persons. A variety of choices from traditional Thai dishes for moderate prices. Tom Yum soup only costs around 10 euros, and Som Tam (papaya salad) – is 11,5 euros.
Feuille de Banana also features a great vegetarian menu for you to try meatless versions of your favorite dishes, including Tom Yum with mushrooms and vegetarian curry.
The restaurant is open Monday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Korean traditional cuisine, also known as hansik, is a diverse and vibrant cuisine that has evolved over thousands of years, with roots in both ancient Korean culture and the influences of neighboring countries such as China and Japan.
One of the most distinctive characteristics of Korean cuisine is the emphasis on fermentation and preservation techniques, which were developed in order to make food last longer during harsh winters and periods of food scarcity. Korean cuisine is known for its bold and spicy flavors, with a focus on grilled meats and pickled vegetables.
Many Korean dishes are made using fermented or pickled ingredients, such as kimchi, doenjang (soybean paste), and gochujang (red chili paste). One of the most popular worldwide Korean dishes includes:
is a staple of Korean cuisine and is made by fermenting vegetables such as cabbage, radish, and cucumber with chili peppers, garlic, and other seasonings. There are hundreds of different varieties of kimchi, and it is often served as a side dish with rice and other Korean dishes.
is a Korean rice bowl dish that consists of rice, sautéed vegetables, meat (such as beef or pork), and a fried egg, all served in a hot stone bowl. The dish is typically seasoned with gochujang (a spicy red pepper paste) and sesame oil.
is a Korean dish with thin slices of marinated beef that are grilled or stir-fried. The marinade is made with soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, and other seasonings, and the resulting dish is sweet, savory, and tender.
is Korean glass noodles made from sweet potato starch that is stir-fried with vegetables such as carrots, onions, and spinach, and meat such as beef or pork. The dish is often seasoned with soy sauce and sesame oil.
is a Korean dish with marinated beef or pork short ribs that are grilled or broiled. The marinade is made with soy sauce, sugar, garlic, and other seasonings, making the dish very flavorful.
is a Korean chicken soup that is made with a whole chicken that has been stuffed with glutinous rice, garlic, and ginseng, and then simmered in a broth with other herbs and seasonings. The resulting soup is believed to have numerous health benefits and is often served during the summer months as a way to beat the heat.
is a Korean stew that is made with soft tofu, and vegetables, and often includes seafood or pork. The dish is seasoned with gochujang and other spices and is often served super hot with rice and other side dishes.
Address: 174 Route d’Arlon, Strassen, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 31 31 61
Kimchi restaurant is located in Strassen and welcomes its guests with an ambient stylish atmosphere and good food. Authentic cuisine with ancestral traditions is updated in a contemporary setting with clear Asian influences. In addition to the a la carte menu, the restaurant offers menus to discover the unique flavors of Japanese and Korean specialties.
Here you can try Korean barbeque for 65 euros for two people. Prices for main dishes are around 20-25 euros, you can try different classic Korean food in Luxembourg: Bulgogi, Tofu Soup, Bibimbab, and Kimchi cake.
The restaurant is closed on Tuesday but is open every other day from 12 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Address: 16 Rue du Brill, 4041 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 53 24 33
Gangnam restaurant is a great place to try Korean barbeque in its traditional way of preparation: meat and fish platters will be cooked right on the table on a special wooden burner. Other traditional Korean food in Luxembourg can be found here as well.
Prices in this restaurant are moderate: you can order the plat of the day menu for 13 euros per person. There are different options for barbeque available, from 20 to 30 euros depending on your choice of ingredients. There is also a mixed variety, served in a boat for two or three people – the price is around 70-100 euros.
The restaurant is open every day except for Monday and works on the following schedule: from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
Address: Parking C Zone, Rue de Trèves, Findel Airport, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 661 288 160
A friendly and simple place where you can try Korean food is called DeliKoreana. It offers a unique experience with cooking activities. If you want to enjoy Korean food and prepare it yourself – it will be a nice idea for a dinner party or celebration. Korean chef will guide you through the process of working with authentic ingredients and help you create your own food.
This restaurant is located in a small wooden chalet and additional building at the territory of Findel Airport. The place has a weekly special menu, each day of the week being one traditional dish. When it comes to prices, they are quite moderate here: Spicy Pork costs 15 euros, Bibimbap costs 23 euros, and Korean Sweet Toast – is 10 euros.
DeliKoreana has a variety of choices for people with dietary restrictions — gluten-free Asian food, vegan street food, and vegetarian options, that will satisfy all guests.
The restaurant is open only during the week, which means it is closed on Saturday and Sunday. All the other days you can visit the place on the following schedule:
Vietnamese cuisine is a rich and diverse and has been influenced by both neighboring countries of the region, such as China and Thailand. Equally influential was the country's own unique history and culture. It is known for its fresh ingredients, vibrant flavors, and healthy cooking methods, as well as a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes, such as vegetarian pho, tofu stir-fry, and fresh vegetable spring rolls.
There are several places, that offer to try out Vietnamese traditional dishes in Luxembourg.
Some popular Vietnamese dishes include:
is a Vietnamese noodle soup that is made with rice noodles, beef or chicken, and a flavorful broth that is simmered with herbs and spices for hours. The soup is often garnished with fresh herbs, lime, bean sprouts, and chili peppers.
is a sandwich that is made with a crispy baguette filled with grilled meat, pickled vegetables, fresh herbs, and spicy sauce. The sandwich is often served as a quick and convenient snack or meal.
is a traditional dish that consists of grilled pork meatballs and sliced pork belly that are served over vermicelli noodles and a bed of fresh herbs and lettuce. The dish is often served with a sweet and sour dipping sauce.
are fresh rolls that are made with rice paper wrappers filled with vermicelli noodles, shrimp, pork, lettuce, and herbs. The rolls are often served with a peanut dipping sauce.
is a rice dish that is served with grilled pork chops, shredded pork skin, and a fried egg. Pickled vegetables and fish sauce are often added to the recipe.
is a spicy noodle soup that originates from the city of Hue in central Vietnam. The soup is made with beef bones, lemongrass, shrimp paste, chili oil, and a variety of herbs and spices. The soup is served with rice noodles, sliced beef, pork, and herbs.
is a Vietnamese dish with caramelized fish that is simmered in a clay pot with fish sauce, sugar, and spices. The resulting dish is sweet, savory, and often served with rice and pickled vegetables.
Peppermint is a chain of restaurants. located in several districts of Luxembourg. This is a great place with a Thai-Vietnamese twist. There are excellent pho soups, gyoza, and mint shrimp (after which the place is actually named). The restaurants in the center and in Kirchberg are decorated in Asian traditions with wood and bamboo, while the Bonnevoie location has a more austere, modern style.
Prices in the Peppermint chain are rather normal, with traditional Pho soup for small portion prices at 13 euros, Chicken with coriander and mint (specialty) – at 20 euros for plat portion. For starters, you can get Vietnamese nem rolls for 10 euros.
Peppermint has a few options for vegans and vegetarians, as well as for people with lactose or gluten intolerance.
The restaurant is open from 11.45 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. for lunch service and from 6 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. for dinner service, Monday through Thursday. On Friday and Saturday, the restaurant is open from 11.45 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. for lunch service and from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. for dinner service. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.
Address: 15, Rue de Bonnevoie, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 24 87 33 84
Little Saigon is a bright restaurant with green fresh interiors and menu, full of Vietnamese specialties and Cantonese cuisine. Cantonese cuisine is a style of Chinese cuisine that originated in the Guangdong province of China, so as you can see, this restaurant is on the edge of two Asian food streams. Vietnamese salads, traditional dishes and Pho Bo soups – are the pillars of the menu.
When it comes to the paycheck, prices are not so high: soups cost around 16 euros, and all Vietnamese specialties are up to 20 euros for a dish, so you can definitely enjoy some flavors without worrying too much. There is no menu offers that can be found online for this restaurant.
The Little Saigon is open every day except Sunday, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch service, and from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. for dinner.
Pan Asian restaurants are places where you can find a wide variety of tasty dishes from many different Asian countries. These restaurants offer a menu that includes all Asian favorites like sushi, dim sum, stir-fries, soups and much more. One of the great things about Pan-Asian cuisine is the wide range of bold flavors and fresh ingredients that are used for cooking, making it a popular choice for food lovers everywhere.
Pan-Asian restaurants in Luxembourg provide an exciting opportunity for guests to try out dishes from different parts of Asia, all in one place. Whether you're a fan of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, or other Asian cuisines, you're sure to find something that will make your month water.
Address: 311 rue de Rollingergrund, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 38 99 32
Sushi, bento, lunchboxes and Thai food at reasonable prices can be found in the kitchen of Mister Cheng, the chef that has more than 20 years of experience. Modern décor inside, and a great terrace, filled with flowers in the summertime, outside. Fresh ingredients are bought every day, and Golden Chopsticks has proved to be a great place for Asian food lovers in Luxembourg.
The prices here are holding the middle ground. There are a lot of extraordinary-looking sushi and makis for the price of around 6 to 9 euros, you can even try «L'Amour de Foie Gras» version of Japanese cuisine a-la French. Bento boxes here cost around 20 euros, and Thai dishes up to 20 euros too.
Though there is no special vegetarian menu, make sure to pay attention to the desserts cart — there are plenty of options for the sweet tooth!
Working hours of the restaurant are as follows. It is open every day except for Tuesday and has two services — lunch time starts at 11:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and dinner is served from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: 56 Rue De Strasbourg, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 48 57 20
The rooms, which are decorated with aquariums and Chinese vases, good food and pleasant service. This Luxembourgish Asian restaurant is famous for its excellent crispy duck, spicy Korean scampi shrimp, Saigon rice noodle soup, and Thai imperial chicken. The traditional atmosphere and ambiance make Fu Lu Shou Inn a perfect spot for both unique dinners and romantic dates.
During the day there is a buffet with unlimited access for 15,5 euros. The buffet is available Monday through Friday at noon, except for public holidays. The full menu is available on the website of restaurant and on-site.
This restaurant has a variety of choices for vegetarians as well, so in case you have dietary preferences, you can count on the menu.
The Fu Lu Shou Inn's working hours are as follows, according to Google Maps:
Address: 104, rue de Remich, Moutfort
Phone: (+352) 35 72 81
If you liked dim sum at Bo Zai Fan we mentioned earlier, you should definitely visit this place. The selection of dim sum and dumplings is enormous at Wasabi Moutfort restaurant, but they also serve sushi, nigiri, and sashimi. The location of the restaurant is excellent as well, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering an enchanting view.
The menu offers visitors a wide selection of different traditional Asian food: you can eat a Chinese daily menu with Hong Kong Duck here for 22 euros, and a Japanese daily menu with sushi and fresh sashimi – for the same price. The plat of the day, offering a big selection of dishes to try from all over the Asian continent, is only 14.5 euros per person.
The opening hours of the Wasabi Noutfort are as follows: the restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch service, and from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. for dinner. The place is closed on Sunday and Monday.
Address: 1 Rue de Kehlen, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 31 36 88
This restaurant mostly offers delivery and takeaway options, but this should not stop you from your favorite Asian food — sushi delivery in Luxembourg is created just for the cozy evenings at home. Restaurant Chen is a sushi restaurant with an excellent assortment. In addition to Japanese, it serves Chinese and Thai cuisine.
This restaurant offers a variety of dishes: starters, meat and fish, Thai food, makis and sushi, and sushi sets. 8 pieces of makis will cost you around 12-13 euros, there are also different sets, up to 99 euros, depending on the quantity of raw fish and rice you plan to consume. Curry will cost you around 20 euros, and you can try Tom Yum for 8 euros.
There are three vegetarian dishes in this restaurant: vegetarian pot, tofu and vegetables, and Ma Po Tofu. That is not much, but it's better than nothing.
Restaurant Chen is open every day from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., except Monday — on this day it is closed for the lunch service, and will only work for dinner.
Address: 2, rue de l'école, Holzem, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 29 21 72
This is a family restaurant with a bias towards Asian culture and cuisine: a pleasant bright location, sufficient space between tables, and a huge Buddha head on the terrace. Papaya offers a pan-Asian menu: here you can taste dishes from Japan, China, Vietnam, and Thailand. The specialty of this restaurant is papaya rolls, as you can understand from the name. Drink them with special tea made of ginger and honeysuckle. For 14.80 euros you can order the menu of the day.
You can order hot rolls here: 8 pieces will cost you around 11-12 euros depending on the ingredients. Famous papaya rolls are about 14 euros. Combo with 48 sushi will be around 60 euros, Thai dishes up to 20-24 euros, and Chinese food is around 20 euros for a dish.
If you want to visit Papaya restaurant, keep in mind its working hours: from 11:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. It is open from Tuesday to Friday but closed on Mondays except for holidays.
Luxembourg has a wide range of Asian restaurants that offer a variety of flavors and cuisines. From Chinese ramen and Japanese sushi places in Luxembourg to Thai, Korean, and Vietnamese food, as well as Indian curry, there's something for every palate. Whether you're looking for a quick lunch or a fine dining experience, you're sure to find an Asian restaurant in Luxembourg that will indulge you in the delicious flavors of Asia.
If you're looking to try traditional Asian cuisine in Luxembourg, there are plenty of options to choose from. Sushi and sashimi are popular Japanese dishes featuring fresh raw fish and rice, you can try various restaurants from our list. Pho is a Vietnamese soup with rice noodles, herbs, and beef or chicken broth, the best Pho in Luxembourg is served in Peppermint and Little Saigon restaurants that specialize in Vietnamese cuisine.
Pad Thai is a flavorful Thai dish with stir-fried rice noodles, vegetables, and other ingredients of choice: we feature the 7 best Thai restaurants in Luxembourg where you can try this dish. Bibimbap is a Korean dish with rice, sautéed vegetables, meat, and a fried egg, and when it comes to Korean restaurants in Luxembourg, there are three top choices, where you can also try traditional barbeque and other stuff. Be sure to explore different restaurants to find new and tasty options!
Indeed, there is such a place for Asian specialties in the country, it is called DeliKoreana. It offers a unique experience with cooking activities for Korean cuisine. If you want to enjoy Korean food and prepare it yourself, as it will be a nice idea for a dinner party or celebration, the real Korean chef will guide you through the process of working with authentic ingredients and help you create your own food here. Read more in the article.
Chef Ryôdô Kajiwara has a passion for sushi and sashimi, eel and salmon appetizers, and fine fish and meat dishes. In 2022 the chef got his Michelin star, so the Restaurant Ryôdô did as well.
What distinguishes Michelin restaurants from its colleagues is the idea: the food is not the only experience in such places. For example, in Ryôdô you can see waiters wearing kimonos, and every little detail in the restaurant was placed with a purpose.