A current lunchtime favorite: York County gets multicultural

So I’ve had the same thing for lunch about five times in the last two weeks.

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These are the pork gyoza and shrimp shumai appetizers (along with a side of rice) from Masa at Kenneth and Loucks roads in West Manchester Township, only a block from my office.

First of all. Yummy.

Second of all, have you noticed how much Asian cuisine has grown in popularity in York County? It used to be that you could find Chinese restaurants by the dozen, but few Thai, Japanese, Korean, etc. (Though the former Market Street Cafe, now the Viet-Thai Cafe, on East Market, was always GREAT.)

Now, within a few blocks of the office, we have Masa; the new Emperors, which features Japanese cuisine; Fuji Hana, which also offers hibachi; and places like the Grand Buffet, where you can get sushi rolls in addition to your traditional Chinese cuisine.

I’m definitely not an adventurous eater in many ways, but I’ve yet to be disappointed in my Asian cuisine experiments. (And, yes, Hubby and I do enjoy some raw fish on rice!)

So other than the places I mentioned, any other places you’d suggest? Have you been to any of them? (I haven’t hit Emperors yet, but am hoping to soon!)

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My name is Joan and I'm a lifelong Yorker. Throughout high school and college, I swore I was getting out of here as soon as possible. Now, a few years later, I can't think of anywhere I'd rather be. I love my town, and I hear every day from readers who love their towns, too. So please, connect with me and let's share what makes life in York County great. I'm here to help you enjoy this place as much as I do!
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2 Responses to A current lunchtime favorite: York County gets multicultural

  1. Jo says:

    The Thai restaurant on Rt. 15 in Dillsburg is excellent if you are ever hungry & in that area. I’d like to see mid-Eastern restaurants open up in the area. Lebanese food, for example, is excellent. Cuban food would also be nice to have around. I love the Mexican restaurant on East Market St. that used to be a Hardy’s, I think. Great food and service.

  2. DianneB says:

    If you like Masa, try Kissho Sushi Restaurant adjacent to York College campus, 970 S. George Street. Get their box lunch. For $8.95 you get a choice of sushi (salmon or California roll is delicious), small miso soup, salad, entree, rice, and various tempura to try.

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