Lhasa Bistro Replaces North Quarter Creole in Wilmington

The new restaurant offers contemporary Asian food.


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Vietnamese cha gio (fried summer roll).//Courtesy of Lhasa Bistro

 

We were saddened to learn that North Quarter Creole on Wilmington's Union Street—which served creative riffs on Creole cooking—is no more. But a new restaurant, Lhasa Bistro, has taken its place.

The eatery serves a variety of small plates, such as spring rolls, beef kebabs and fried rice. There are some bar classics with a twist, too—like crispy wings made with your choice of sauce (barbecue-chipotle, Asian garlic, voodoo or hot) and cheesesteak egg rolls.

There is also a second-floor bar with a great view of Union Street.


More information:
Lhasa Bistro
837 N. Union St., Wilmington
691-7890 • www.lhasabistro.com

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