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May 02, 2017

Asian Food Fest May 13-14

Asian Food Fest is expanding to 30 restaurants and food trucks, Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14, 2017, noon-9 p.m. in Cincinnati’s Washington Park. In its seventh production, Asian Food Fest will feature nearly a dozen more food vendors than 2016 and 14 brand new to this vibrant community festival.

“Seven years ago, a diverse group of friends created Asian Food Fest to bring people together across different backgrounds and celebrate our love for Asian food and culture with this Cincinnati community we’re proud to call home, said Tessa Xuan, marketing director of Asian Food Fest. “We’re excited to see Asian Food Fest growing and making an even bigger impact on Greater Cincinnati’s booming food scene.”

Asian Food Fest 2017 Restaurants and Food Trucks:
Angie's Malaysian Satay & Sauces - Malaysian
Bamboo Kitchen - Thai, Lao
Boba Cha - Taiwanese (Bubble Tea)
Bread House Bakery Cincy - Chinese
Budina Noodle and Rice - Thai, Asian Cuisine
China Gourmet - Chinese
Dai Trang Bistro - Filipino, Vietnamese
Eam Kruesah - Cambodian
Indo-Go Grill
Kona Ice - Hawaiian (Shaved Ice)
Kuya Ed's Lechon Atbpa – Filipino
Lalo / Neuf - Asian Fusion
Le's Pho and Sandwiches - Vietnamese
Mabuhay Pinoy Foods - Filipino
Mahope - Cambodian
Maki Express - Japanese
Mumbai Street Side - Indian
Ono Grindz - Hawaiian
Pho 96 - Vietnamese
Pho Lang Thang /Quan Hapa - Vietnamese, Modern Asian
Red Sesame - Korean
Saigon Subs and Rolls - Vietnamese
Siam Orchid Thai Restaurant - Thai
Stone Bowl Restaurant - Japanese, Korean
Street Pops - Dessert
Tea n Bowl - Chinese, Thai, Malaysian
Thai Express - Thai
Wabi Sabi - Japanese, Sushi
Yakitori Haus - Japanese
Yat Ka Mein - Chinese

These restaurants and food trucks will offer a mouthwatering tour of Asian foods, in the form of small plates, priced from $2­$6. A portion of the proceeds from Asian Food Fest 2017 will benefit the Asian American Cultural Association of Cincinnati and future Asian cultural events in Greater Cincinnati.

Secret Menu will also return to Asian Food Fest with creative, surprise dishes. This is a unique opportunity for foodies to taste home­cooked Asian meals from 6 local amateur cooks and aspiring food entrepreneurs.

Admission to Asian Food Fest is free, although donations are accepted. More than 30,000 are expected to attend. Learn more at

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