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Asian No. 1, a New Chinese Restaurant in Walkersville, Has Great Food and Atmosphere

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by Bri Francis for Walkersville High School Lion’s Pride

Looking for a new place to eat? Well, I hope you like Chinese food! A new restaurant has  opened on E Frederick street, Asian No. 1. They offer a large variety of Chinese and Japanese foods at a reasonable price. They offer great service and the food is delicious.

Right when you walk in there is a small airlock entry space that is decorated with lots of colorful lights and some bamboo. It is a fun and inviting entrance to the restaurant and kids love it! When you enter the dining area, it is very open concept and there are beautiful decorations hanging from the walls and ceilings. It is a little on the cooler side in the restaurant, so if you are planning to eat there, you should probably bring a light jacket just incase you get too chilly.

The service from the staff is amazing; they are very nice and get your food, and beverages to you fast. They are very attentive, and happy to help if you need anything.

Sundays through Thursdays they are open from 11:00am to 9:30pm, and on Fridays and Saturdays they stay open until 10:00pm. So, they have great hours for satisfying all of your hunger needs!

Asian No. 1 has also recently added sushi to the menu. So along with delicious rice and vegetables, you are given even more options.

If you aren’t that into actually going out to eat, no worries, they deliver, Asian No.1 delivers anywhere within a five mile radius and the delivery fee is only one dollar.

Their website, if fully eqipped with a main menu, Japanese menu, information on location and hours, and their phone number. You can also order online!

So, if you have a taste for asian food, or simply craving something new,  Asian No.1 is definitely a great place to consider, whether your eating there or bringing it home.

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