The Koi Way brings Asian Atmosphere to Allen

Allen is in a treat as the Koi Way opens up to dedicate different Asian cuisine and specialities such as Thai, Indonesian and Chinese according to a Dallas Observer article. They say, 

The Koi Way might just be the new Cheesecake Factory of Asian food. From Chinese to Thai to Indonesian, the family-owned restaurant seems to be taking a stab at home-style dishes from all over Asia. Chinese fried rice, Thai curries and Indonesian soup bowls are just some of the items you can find on the 20-page menu here. But when quantity and quality can co-exist so effortlessly, it’s hard to complain.

The Koi Way’s ”home-style” philosophy begins in the dining room. Small wooden tables adorn the simple white-walled dining room, and small rectangular light fixtures hang above each table. Cutlery here isn’t too fancy, nor is the furniture. It looks, smells and feels like eating at home … in a weirdly comforting way.”

Koi Way holds an impressive number of specialities in their menu ranging from their soups to chicken, beef and pork entrees. Some of their specialities include: 

  • Koi Way Soup
  • Cheese Wonton
  • Pork Fried Wonton
  • Pu-pu Platter
  • Soft Noodle
  • Singaporean Noodle
  • Indonesia Soft Noodle
  • Lemon Chicken
  • Moo Goo Gai Pan
  • Szechuan Chicken
  • Sesame Chicken
  • General Tso Chicken
  • Mushu Chicken
  • Beef with Snow Peas
  • Four Season Beef
  • Mushu Pork
  • Hunan Pork
  • Koi Way Pad Thai
  • Pad Wuhn-Sen
  • Pad See Lew

Apart from these specialties from different cultures and cuisines, the Koi Way is also dedicating and serving vegetarian options.