What we ordered:
Our typical order from Asiana House is comprised of 3 Special Maki. We have tried pretty much all of the ones that don’t include cream cheese, and they are all wonderful. We usually pick one that includes mango, one with salmon, and one with tuna so there is a range of flavors.
We sometimes also grab a few bowls of miso soup, because they are less than $2 each and are wonderful, especially in the Vermont winter months.
Asiana House first grabbed our attention with their downtown Montpelier location, which has since closed, that was located in a renovated bank. The atmosphere was very nice and it was never crowded or loud. It was a great place to go for a date night or to have a conversation with friends. Once their Montpelier location closed, we discovered their Burlington location. The atmosphere there is very different, more bustling. Since COVID-19, we have been grabbing takeout at least once a month from Asiana. I would argue they are the best sushi restaurant in Vermont (although there aren’t a lot to choose from), and their prices are reasonable for the product, which is outstanding. Definitely worth a try if you are a sushi lover or if you are new to the sushi world.