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Yuzu Asian CuisineYuzu Asian Cuisine
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Asian | Ephrata, Lancaster County

Yuzu Asian Cuisine serves both Japanese and Chinese cuisine in a beautiful and serene dining room. Everything inside Yuzu is designed to give guests a pleasant dining experience from the moment they sit down. Yuzu is careful to utilize on seasonal ingredients and as such the menu rotates with the seasons. Beyond that, the kitchen works hard to find the healthiest way to prepare the meals, ensuring the food is as nutritious as it is tasty.

Yuzu Asian Cuisine offers a special bento box option during the day that makes it a popular lunch destination. These bento boxes include soup, salad, white rice one appetizer and one entrée. Bento box appetizer selections include spring rolls, pork gyoza, edamame, and shumai while the entrées available are General Tso's chicken, shrimp & vegetable tempura, Thai red curry, beef negimaki, char-grilled teriyaki and assorted sashimi.


Discover Ephrata

Nestled deep in Pennsylvania Dutch country, Ephrata is an area that has drawn travelers since the early 1700s. German and Dutch settlers brought with them the homey, hearty food that locals enjoy to this day. You can watch the local Amish and Mennonite populations driving their horses and buggies along the winding roads while enjoying a dish of chicken pot pie Pennsylvania-style and hot from the stove. A favorite holiday dish of locals, pork and sauerkraut, can be enjoyed any day of the year. Make sure not to miss dessert because shoo-fly pie, made from molasses and brown sugar, lives up to its name with enough sweetness to "catch a fly." Ephrata offers a peek back into history with a menu that even the most modern person can enjoy to the fullest.