Perfectly plate savory entrees, desserts, and side dishes with our collection of premium Asian restaurant supplies. Our Asian-inspired tableware beautifully presents your authentic cuisine to enhance your food presentation.
Stylishly present a selection of sushi rolls with our line of Asian restaurant serving supplies. Whether you’re serving dumplings, chicken teriyaki skewers, or spring rolls, we have the perfect serveware to display your delicious dishes.
Streamline your take out and delivery services with our wide selection of Asian restaurant take out supplies. Our variety of to go containers is great for packing up leftover noodles or reliably sealing in soups for easy transport.
Prep your raw or cooked meals with our extensive line of Asian restaurant kitchen supplies. Easily make sushi rolls, chop up ingredients, or pour sauces, with our handy kitchen tools.
Grill, fry, or saute ingredients in our collection of Asian restaurant cooking equipment. Our premium pots and pans are ideal for perfectly cooking a selection of dishes and are built for long-lasting use.
Maintain a clean and food-safe establishment with our collection of Asian restaurant janitorial supplies. With cleaning carts and caddies available, our janitorial equipment keeps your restaurant neat and organized.
- Spicy: (ginger, chiles, black pepper) helps keep the body warm while pushing out the cold and promotes blood circulation
- Sweet: (bell peppers, coconuts, cherries) can help tone the body, alleviate pain, and improve one’s mood
- Sour: (lemon, rice vinegar, dry wine) can reduce fishiness and greasiness and help with digestion
- Salty: (sea salt, soy sauce, pickled vegetables) maintains the body’s natural balance but must be consumed in moderation
- Bitter: (garlic, mustard powder, arugula) strengthens the stomach and promotes salivation
- Orange Chicken
- Crab Rangoon
- Chop Suey
- Kung Pao Chicken
- Egg Foo Young
- Egg Rolls
During the Shang dynasty, chopsticks were mainly used for cooking because they were great for reaching into pots of hot water or oil. At the time, food sources were low and people began cutting their ingredients into small pieces so that they would cook faster. This rendered forks and knives to become obsolete since there was no need to cut foods. Chopsticks became the perfect utensil to pick up bite-sized morsels which started their rise in popularity and became the social norm. To this day, chopsticks are the primary utensil used within Asian cultures.
Fortune cookies are an American invention that originated in California. They are inspired by a Japanese cookie recipe called tsujiura senbei. These larger cookies have the fortune baked into them and are flavored with miso. American fortune cookies start out soft and round and then are folded around their fortune giving them their iconic look. Today, if you’re enjoying a fortune cookie, it was most likely baked in Brooklyn, NY at Wonton Food, Inc. that produces up to 4.5 million fortune cookies a day. Also, most of their fortunes were written by the company’s vice president who has written 15,000 different fortunes.
Whether you own a Japanese buffet or a Chinese take out restaurant, Restaurantware has all of the Asian restaurant supplies your foodservice establishment needs. Our line of Asian kitchen supplies help you prepare, cook, and store a variety of foods to streamline your food prep. With an assortment of beautiful tableware and serveware, we have the perfect Asian restaurant equipment to stylishly serve your sweet or savory dishes.