Recommended Chinese restaurants around Bourbon Street NOLA

Pierre St-Jean
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NEW ORLEANS, LA - Taking a bite of Asian cuisine when you have an empty stomach will never go wrong. One of the most favorite Asian cuisines is Chinese food.

When you go around Bourbon Street, and a glimpse of Chinese cuisine comes to your mind, you can catch up with your craving by visiting these Chinese restaurants.

1. Moon Wok

Moon Wok is located at 800 Dauphine St New Orleans, near Bourbon Street. You can take a bite of Vietnamese cuisines and Chinese cuisines here. Some soups, beef menus, seafood menus, and some beverages are available here.

For the Vietnamese cuisines, you can taste their Bahn Mi, chicken salads, and more. You can try some Chinese combos that have significant portions for a family and their single amount for Chinese foods. Kung Pao and honey chicken can be your alternative too.

2. Dian Xin NOLA

Dian Xin NOLA is not located precisely on Bourbon Street, but it is around there. The Chinese restaurant is located at 1218 Decatur St New Orleans, French Quarter.

The place is not too spacious but still good to eat with your small group here. They have various kinds of dim sum or dumplings such as Xiao Long Bao, Shumay, Crabmeat and Crawfish, hot and sour dumplings, and some variants of bao.

For appetizers, you can try salt and pepper squid, basil popcorn chicken, and sizzling garlic shrimps too. There are many vegan-friendly menus and sauces options like Szechuan and X.O sauce that people often look for.

3. Blue Giant NOLA

Alternatively, you can visit Blue Giant, which is located at 1300 Magazine St. New Orleans. They serve Peking ducks, scallop egg foo young, crispy beef, shrimp and pork dumpling, and many other yummy Chinese foods.

Their duck lo mien menu is also recommended here. They are open for reservation for safety measures during the pandemic. You can have some chili oils and other sauces to complete your meals.

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