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In the mood for sushi? Go to Van's. Moo Goo Gai Pan? Try Van's. Spring rolls? Van's. This multi-faceted restaurant in old Alamo Heights deftly blends Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine in an unhurried atmosphere. Van's serves a steady business rush at lunch and draws a crowd as varied as its dinner menu. The mostly nondescript décor is made interesting by a wall of wine bottles offset by a fish tank-lined wall.
Of the many Chinese restaurants in San Antonio, this establishment holds the distinction of being the only one on stilts. This unique restaurant on the outskirts of the Medical Center offers a satisfying menu of Szechuan, Cantonese, Hunan and Mandarin style cuisines. Traditional and comfortable, this restaurant is more elegant than most. Ding How offers both lunch and dinner specials. At night, order a la carte or from several combination plates. Family dinners are popular and reasonable. A full bar is available for the adults, and child plates are available for the kids.
Golden Wok's main lunch and dinner menus feature traditional Mandarin, Sichuan and Cantonese meals. Dig into Seafood Cheese Puffs, Peking Duck Noodle Salad and even Malaysian Curry. End the meal with a Banana Spring Roll or opt for a New York Style Cheesecake. The menu also has a variety of options for the vegetarians. However, on weekends, you can expect to see a celebration of dim sum treats as you are invited to sample an assortment of dim sums during brunch. If you are wondering where to enjoy a hearty meal at reasonable prices, head to Golden Wok Chinese Restaurant and tantalize your taste buds.