CHARLOTTE, NC - Asian businesses vary from restaurant, salon, and so on, have become one of the favorites for most Americans, especially in Charlotte. Generally, not a few Americans prefer to choose to go to Asian businesses on a daily basis.
There's good news for Asian enthusiasts who wish to spend their weekend with the Asian themes. Here in Charlotte, you can spend 24 hours on your weekend visiting Asian-owned businesses and taste different Asian fusion foods.
For a light and quick breakfast, you can go to Dragon Court to order dim sum, shrimp rice noodle crepes, steam roast pork buns, deep-fried chive biscuits, and many more. When you fancy Vietnamese cuisine, you can go to Let's Sandwiches & Cafe to eat Vietnamese meat sandwiches, fresh herbs, and veggies.
To wait for lunchtime, you can kill your time at Asian Market. Here you can buy fresh assorted products, Chinese lunch boxes, live seafood cooking, and other Asian dishes.
Once you go shopping, you can never resist going to the salon. Bing Beauty Salon, an Asian-owned salon, will transform your style in a wink. But beforehand, you need to book an appointment plus you need to bring cash to pay for the service.
After spending your energy, you will need to recharge it by eating some good foods. Since Asians favor noodles and soup, you can have ramen, skewer, sushi, and many noodles and soup-based cuisine in Yume Sushi & Ramen.
Closing the weekend, you can have a bit of fancy Asian food. Gyu-Kaku, for example, is very well known for their delicious ramen, caramel pudding, and Asian-styled barbecue. The legendary Sun's Kitchen also serves a legend dumpling if you don't want to have a heavy meal.
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