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About Sky Asian Bistro
Sky Asian Bistro is a newly open, asian fusion restaurant, with menu variety from Japanese / sushi, South East Asia to Chinese delicacies, and, not forgetting signature drinks & specials. Sky Asian Bistro is a place not to be missed yet forgotten.
Pineville, NC 28134
Asian, Contemporary Asian, Japanese
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Carolina place mall
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Contact:
Cindy: (980) 237-6072
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sky Asian Bistro Ratings and Reviews
I'm a bit disappointed this time. We have gone a few times in the past and had the Tuna Stack and thought, 'this is amazing', but this time it was soggy! The tempura was not crispy at all- it was inedible. And all the server had to say was "sorry our main chef is on vacation he never gets to go because he is the owner". She didn't offer to take it off my bill or anything. I won't be returning.
The food at Sky was very good and very well priced. They need to work on service and ambiance. We were seated in a area that was away from the main dinning room in spite of the fact I had made reservations. Service was spotty, and not attentive. I think if we had been seated in the main dinning room it would have been a better experience.
This was our second visit and it wasn't so great the second time. Our service wasn't as good but we think she was simply overwhelmed.
The food was still good but not great. As we left we saw a sign on the door saying it was changing from Asian to Cajun. That was sort of odd.
This was a true surprise as we expected good good and atmosphere but it was much more than good. The service was excellent, seaweed salad was the best I've ever had, the Lo mein, sweet and sour chicken, spring rolls, Noodles and everything was fresh and prepared by a master chef.
For a Friday night, the restaurant was almost empty. I ordered sushi and was not impressed with it. It didn't taste fresh enough. My husband ordered Chinese and liked it though.
Our server was not very fluent in English so couldn't explain the menu very well.
Honestly if the food wasn't delicious we would have left. We were left at our table after being seating and checked on about 15-20 later. The place wasn't even busy. Not sure if they are understaffed or have poor time management. The waitress oplogized but then left and still didn't even give us a water while waiting. If it wasn't for good friends to chat with, we would have left for sure. Once she finally returned we ordered some drinks and everything all at once- as we choose the restaurant week menu options. The food came out- all tasting delicious.. not quite worth such a long wait.. but nothing we ordered wasn't excellent. Hopefully this was only a one time occurrence with the staff, otherwise this place won't make it due to poor service.. a lot off people would have complained or got up and walked out!
The service was slow. The food was edible.. It was just OK. I had a stir fried dish with beef, chicken and shrimp and my husband had the general tso chicken and we both had the same opinion about the food. It was a Saturday night so I expected the ambiance to be lively but it was very quiet. I probably wouldn't visit again but not because it was terrible. It's just not up to the standards that I have for a restaurant.
I think this was a nice restaurant, but nothing outstanding. Some of the food we had was great like the firecracker ball appetizer, but the meat for our main meal of Korean short ribs and royal dish was chewy. The lomein noodles were delicious. Our server was very nice and well trained. When I asked for a crown and coke I got a we just ran out instead of we don't actually carry that at the bar. The inside is clean, but somehow has more of a casual dining feel than a high-end sushi restaurant. We didn't have the sushi, but it looked good coming out on other plates. We'll try that the next time we come here.
Great food and service... To be honest there is no one thing wrong with this restaurant. The food is wonderful but it's overpriced even during queens feast. The service was fine. Perfectly friendly waitress who was attentive and pleasant but the place was practically empty on a Saturday at 7:30pm and it really made us wonder why until we got the bill and realized that the two of us had just paid $80 for chinese food with 1 glass of house wine and 1 beer and that was before the tip. So $100 by the time we walked away which just seemed a little pricey for what it was and the location but hey if you don't mind paying too much for Chinese food this is a quick place to get into on a Saturday night when other places are packed. Maybe they could pull this off uptown or in a little nicer area without anyone flinching about price but if you really want good Chinese food in a great atmosphere and don't mind paying for it Wong Fu is right down the street and much nicer for your money.
The outside was very overgrown in need of some TLC. When we walked in I was pleasantly surprised by the decor, although there was a bad smell inside. The food was average at best. Calamari was in strips and honestly tasted fake. Only bright side was dessert, very good chocolate lava cake and cheesecake. Won't be back, food was not tasty.
This was my first experience at Sky Asian Bistro. My fiends and I always meet during Queens Feast and opted to make reservations at Sky. We had a 7:30 reservation. The restaurant had only s few cars in parking lot and maybe 5 tables were occupied. Overall decor was disappointing. The front door glass panels were streaky. The ambiance is "so so", could use a renovation in decor. The menus are dirty and have a odor. The booth we were in is very uncomfortable, because the seat is too far away from table, and put strain on my back.
The menu selection is however good. Our server was professional, knowledgeable, and very thorough. She let us enjoy each course with no rush. The value is reasonable and the food very good. I would be more apt to return if ambiance and some improvements in areas I sited are addressed and taken care of.
My friend and I recently dined here and found the food to be very tasty. She ordered Spicy General Tso's Chicken and I ordered the Spicy Basil Thai. Both were good. Not “wow let’s go back asap fantastic”, but good. The service was fine. The server was kind but didn’t check on us much. I would return if someone else wanted to go; but I might suggest this place get a bit more creative with the menu and have cheerier servers. It’s not that she was unhappy, just ok. I’m in the industry myself, so I know how much difference a simple smile can make.
food was great! The only downside was the slow service. I made an 8pm reservation Friday night and the hostess had to run and clean the table which took close to 10 mins.
They only had 2 waiters working about 10 tables, which caused the service to be slow. We sat for over 10 mins before someone came to take our drink order and then another 10 mins after to get our drinks.
I've never been here before, so to be fair this could have been a fluke.
I liked the food very much though
We were there for Restaurant Week and was so disappointed after reading some of the good reviews. Although the waitress was friendly, we waited an hour for our food. When it arrived, it was so salty (had the sea bass).
May try the restaurant again to see if their regular menu is better.
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