A wide variety of toppings, includinThe dishes are as beautiful to look at as they are to eat at this comfortable spot, as chefs and owners collaborate to create a feast for all the senses. All of the classics, from Moo-Shi Pork to General Gau’s Chicken are prepared fresh, with the intent of keeping things light and intensely flavorful. Keep an eye out for their annual Chinese New Year celebrations, featuring a traditional lion dancer weaving through the dining room.
24 High St., North Andover, 978-655-7220, jadenorthandover.com
Koto Grill & Sushi
Fans stop by as much for the creative cocktails and the atmosphere as for the pan-Asian specialties. Try the massive Pu Pu platter or the scallion pancakes.
90 Washington St., Salem, 978-594-8681, kotogrillsushi.com