2855 Old Austin Peay Hwy
Memphis, TN 38128-5604
Phone: (901) 312-7777
Fax: (901) 312-7778
Widely acknowledged as the most authentic Chinese food in Memphis, Asian Palace draws an eclectic group of diners to its noisy and lively large dining room. Come with a group to eat Chinese style from a large, round Lazy Susan in the middle of the table. The standard menu has typical Cantonese and Mandarin items, plus outstanding clams in black bean sauce, steamed oysters, and lobster dishes. The "Authentic" menu offers dishes not commonly found in American-Chinese restaurants, including squid, pork, and lobster, all served on jalapeno peppers. Other authentic dishes include fish maw soup and cold jellyfish. Hop in here to enjoy this oriental fare.
Located in a strip shopping center, Los Reyes offers generous servings of Mexican favorites at very reasonable prices. The beef and chicken fajitas are especially good you will find no stringy bits of meat here. Enchiladas and tamales are served with a thick meat sauce. All dinners are served with the eatery's excellent Spanish rice and refried beans and the creamy guacamole is highly recommended. Complimentary chips and salsa are served with meals. The atmosphere is casual.
Sweetpea's Table in Bartlett offers country-style entrees along with a wide variety of vegetables, salads, soups, sandwiches and desserts. Traditional Southern dishes, such as fried green tomatoes, meatloaf, fried catfish or country-fried steak are the mainstay of the menu. Diners who prefer healthier dishes with less calories or fat may choose from baked or grilled entrees, such as grilled steaks, seafood or a tasty salad with grilled chicken. In most cases, you can choose to have your dish grilled, fried, baked or even blackened. The restaurant offers a children's menu also. -Ann Baker
The barbecue here is pit-smoked over hickory coals, chopped and served piled high on a large bun. The slaw, which comes on the sandwich unless you say otherwise, is finely chopped and slightly sweet. The beans are flavored with a hint of molasses. And you can take home BBQ pork shoulder, smoked ham or smoked turkey by the pound. Beans, slaw and sauce can also be purchased by the pint. The decor is casual and the service is friendly. Antiques decorate the walls around the booths and tables.
Yolo Frozen Yogurt and Gelato is in Bartlett, a northeast suburb of Memphis, Tennessee. The restaurant is a delightful place to bring family and friends after participating in sports during warm weather or anytime you desire a cool, creamy dessert. Gelato is offered in chocolate chip, traditional vanilla, grasshopper with a taste of mint and tiramisu flavors. The yogurt is available in traditional flavors as well as birthday cake, white chocolate mousse, raspberry tart and other exotic varieties. Create the dessert of your dreams by adding assorted toppings of your choice, such as candy, fruit, nuts or local treats, such as Dinsthul's Cashew Crunch. - Ann Baker
OEC Japanese Express is a quick, family-friendly restaurant in Bartlett where you can grab Asian food to go or dine in the casual atmosphere. A wide variety of sushi rolls and hibachi meals are available for lunch and dinner. The hibachi meals come with sweet carrots and fried rice during the lunch hours. They include a house salad as well with dinner orders. Sushi rolls come in spicy or traditional versions sure to please every palate. -Ann Baker
Grand Pacific offers something for every taste and palate. It is located in Bartlett near Memphis, Tennessee. The house specialties are Asian and Japanese foods, such as sushi, ginger beef stir fry or Kung Pao chicken. Diners can order dishes made to their specifications if they are on a sodium-restricted diets or desire less spicy foods. The buffet offers plenty of menu items for those who adore ethic dishes, yet it also offers Southern-style comfort foods for people who prefer standard buffet choices. The chefs prepare fresh sushi in many tasty varieties including some that are deep-fried. The cuisine variety on the menu and buffet will astound you, particularly once you see the relatively low cost of the meal. - Ann Baker
China Moon Buffet in Bartlett offers not only Chinese and Japanese dishes in its large buffet, but American foods as well. The variety makes it the perfect venue to treat fussy eaters to delicious entrees, sides and desserts. On the buffet are popular Asian dishes like Moo Goo Gai Pan, pepper steak, and sweet and sour chicken. Pork and seafood lovers will find many options as well. The lunch and dinner buffet is available seven days a week, and a party room is available for private events. -Ann Baker
Ample portions of classic Italian food and a friendly wait staff are what you'll find at this eatery, tucked away in an unassuming little shopping center. Try the toasted ravioli, seafood lasagna, or Around the World Pizza, all highly recommended. The richly flavored, spicy and slightly sweet meat sauce, a house specialty, goes equally well with the various pasta offerings. Beers are available. If you want a hearty red or white wine with your meal, feel free to bring your own bottle. The atmosphere is quite casual.
Moma's Bar-B-Q is nestled in the northeast section of Memphis, near Bartlett. The family-friendly atmosphere invites diners to partake of tasty barbecue specialties that are famous in this part of the nation. The lunch menu offers pulled pork barbecue served as sandwiches or plate lunches along with several other home-style offerings such as grilled cheese, fried bologna sandwiches, nachos, country fried steak and salads. Moma's is just as well-known for its country style breakfasts that include biscuits, red eye gravy, omelets or many other Southern favorites. - Ann Baker
This local institution brings a little bit of New Orleans to Memphis, serving dishes such as trout amandine, shrimp wrapped in bacon, catfish and bread pudding. It also offers a selection of steaks and chicken dishes. Desserts, including the bread pudding, are well done here, too. Many people come back again and again for the kahlua or the Granny Smith apple pies. Mortimer's looks the way restaurants looked in your childhood, decked out in what might be called "comfort décor," which matches the comfort food it serves. Memphians are continuing the tradition by bringing their older children here, but over the years the dress has become more casual.
This restaurant serves authentic Mexican fare such as salsa and chips, enchiladas and fajitas, among other items. The wonderful tacos come with your choice of beef, pork, barbecue goat, tripe or chopped tongue fillings, and are served with red and green salsas. The menudo soup is a big seller, especially on weekends when people are looking for a hangover cure. The guacamole is deliciously creamy.This huge space used to be a shoe store. However, the restaurant is obviously clean and quite comfortable. Casual dress is recommended so that you do not need to worry about picking up the tacos with your hands. No alcoholic beverages are served.