Some of the best Far East dining in Niagara Falls can be done on the far west side of the city.
Wind Restaurant, at 7241 Lundy’s Lane, has been drawing crowds of visitors for its comfortable setting, with booths and attractive bar setting and friendly staff.
The evidence is in writing, right on the menu of the venue located on historic Lundy’s Lane in the Honeymoon City.
It’s all about providing the best experience in Thai and Japanese dining – everything from the traditional wonton soup and Thai coconut soup, through appetizers like edamame beans, nicely cooked with a touch of salt.
There are sushi, rolls and mouth-watering items like chicken or salmon teriyaki, bento boxes (which come in varying degrees, from silver to premium), plenty of sushi and wok items like tamarind tiger shrimp, Szechuan eggplant and tofu and basil sauce chicken.
The Niagara Falls restaurant is all-you-can-eat style, perfectly geared to visitors to this tourist capital who have places to go and people to see while they’re here.
Wind Restaurant is situated in the historic Lundy’s Lane tourist district.
Fine dining such as Wind offers is just one of the items on the menu for this region. On Lundy’s Lane, you’re just a short walk or ride from 18-hole or miniature golfing; one of Ontario’s largest indoor waterparks; a newly opened winery; dinner theatre; and attractions like bowling and an escape-room venue.
But before you set out, or after you return, plan your meal.
Check out the online pictures of Wind restaurant and its layout that mingles Far East charm with North American comfort.
Reviewers on websites like Zomato and TripAdvisor overwhelmingly rated their visit as Very Good to Excellent, singling out the quality and tastiness of the menu for praise.