Description and review of a diverse list of Sacramento ethnic restaurants serving up a wide variety of tasty dishes in Sacramento.
Sacramento has long been recognized as culturally and ethnically diverse – which is one of the things that makes it a great place to live – and to dine.
A recent study by WalletHub – Most & Least Ethnically Diverse Cities in the U.S. – ranks Sacramento #13 in the large city category:
- Ethnic Diversity Score: #66.33
- Ethnoracial Diversity: #4
- Linguistic Diversity: #34
- Birthplace Diversity: #318
While I don’t imagine I will sample every ethnic restaurant in town, I do plan to continue exploring all that Sacramento as to offer. You may want to check back as I plan to expand this list of Sacramento ethnic restaurants over time.
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Origami Asian Grill (modern Asian fusion; Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Thai influences)
Chan’s (old school Chinese restaurant, Cantonese cuisine)
Frank Fat’s (upscale, award-winning Chinese restaurant)
I-Shanghai Delight (Shanghainese cuisine)
Ming Dynasty (dim sum and seafood)
Shanghai Garden (Szechuan and Hunan cuisine)
Czech & Italian
French Creole & Cajun
Allora (upscale Italian seafood restaurant)
Paesanos Midtown (pizza and Italian cuisine)
Sampino’s Towne Foods (Italian deli/restaurant)
Binchoyaki Izakaya (modern Japanese-style BBQ)
Tako Korean BBQ (Korean-Mexican fusion)
Lucca Restaurant & Bar (Mediterranean and California Cuisine)
Kasbah Lounge (Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine)
Maydoon Persian Restaurant (Persian-Iranian)
Saigon Alley (a taste of Vietnam with an American flare)
Vietnamese & Thai
Lemon Grass (upscale Vietnamese and Thai cuisine)
Do you have a favorite ethnic restaurant (or two) you recommend?
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