40 Bowery Street New York, NY 10013
Last month before Chinese New Year arrived, my family and I had an early and mini Lunar New Year's eve dinner in Chinatown.
Ken's Asian Taste is a mid-sized Chinese restaurant that we visit occasionally when we have family dinner. We originally didn't want to come to Ken's Asian Taste after hearing the owners switched and heard from a relative that the new owner was a little cheap with portion size of the food.
The portion size of the food wasn't a problem, but there was a problem with the amount of tables and occupancy level. It was definitely a lot crowded and they definitely added an extra table.
|Fish Soup solids with Tofu|
Along with the fish soup, there's a plate of the solids used to give the soup it's substance and flavoring. There's tofu, pork, baby mushroom, fish, ginger slices,and I believe Chinese broccoli.
|Stir-fried fish fillet with sweet peas and mixed vegetables|
|Garlic crispy skinned chicken|
|House Special Stir Fry|
|Lamb and bean curd stick in clay pot|
I love this dish because it's really hearty and especially good to eat during the winter and chilly days. It really warms you up.
|Lobster with Ginger & Scallion|
|Broccoli with Deep-fried Shrimp & Walnuts|
There were a few other dishes that we had, but I didn't have a chance to snap a picture of them. Overall, this was delicious family dinner. I thought every dish we had was perfectly cooked and delicious. It looks like our relative was wrong with the portion size because it seemed to me that every dish was full and complete.