Pekin Tokyo in Allen Park: Modern and Colorful Fusion

Pekin Tokyo in Allen Park: Modern and Colorful Fusion
Pekin Tokyo

The service at Pekin Tokyo is excellent, and the prices are overall reasonable.

Pekin Tokyo opened last year in Allen Park and fuses Korean, Thai, and Chinese cuisines with Japanese hibachi styles of cooking and sushi! The decor is modern, colorful, and clean. See how they ranked:

Atmosphere: 4 out of 5 bites
Price: 3.75 out of 5 bites
Quality/Taste: 4 out of 5 bites
Service: 4 out of 5 bites
Presentation/Style: 3 out of 5 bites

Hot & Sour Soup: I’ve found that every Asian restaurant has its own variation of hot and sour soup. This one was one of the best simply because it wasn’t too hot. A subtly spicy, slightly sweet and sour (from the rice vinegar) broth containing egg, spices, and vegetables. I liked that this variation didn’t have huge chunks of tofu and it was simple.

Pan fried wonton: Filled with pork and served in a garlic sauce, the soft dumplings were delicious and served in a sweet, rich sauce. I really liked the crunch of the airy, white rice noodles and scallions.

Eel avocado roll: Eel and avocado wrapped in seaweed and rice and topped with barbecue eel sauce. The roll was tight and didn’t fall apart while eating. The sweet sauce was delicious and the eel tasted really fresh. Hands down, this sushi beats most places in the area. I think I found my new go-to spot!

General Tso’s chicken: Crispy, golden white meat chicken with broccoli and dried pepper in a slightly sweet spicy sauce. Another great dish! I am very picky with my General Tso’s chicken and few places make it to my liking. Pekin Tokyo is one of those places. The sauce was a perfect sweet and spicy blend. The chicken was lightly breaded and tender. There is nothing worse than biting into a hunk of crunchy batter with little chicken. This crispy chicken was delicious!

Service was excellent, with our server being knowledgeable and pleasant. The prices were overall reasonable, but the only thing that bummed me out was that fried rice didn’t come with dinner and an order was $9. We didn’t want a full order and opted for the complimentary white rice instead, which was fine. From reviews that I have read, lunch is the way to go with killer specials and combination boxes. I will have to stop in for lunch and check it out!

A version of this review was originally published on The Bite Tonight.

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