Where to eat in Tempe, AZ

When it comes to eating out, there are often some tensions about where to eat. Tempe restaurant scene has changed a lot in past few years with numerous new restaurants opening. Today, your favorite Tempe, AZ roofer will list some of our favorite places to eat with friends, family or your partner. We hope that everyone will find something suiting their taste.

Hong Kong Asian Diner

If you are looking for a quality Asian diner, then look no further. This beautifully decorated strip mall location restaurant is a family operated and owned. If you love excellent Cantonese cuisine, then head down to Hong Kong Asian Diner as soon as possible. There you can try steamed fish which will arrive at your table as soon as it is pulled out off the tank in the kitchen. And remember, whatever you choose don’t forget to try their Peking duck. Your order will arrive in a plate filled with crispy duck skin served along with pungent hoisin sauce and a white bun.

Hong Kong Asian Diner - Tempe

Hong Kong Asian Diner – Tempe


If you are looking for a place that serves the best breakfast in Tempe, then look no further than Nocawich. This restaurant located at 777 South College Avenue is best when it comes to breakfast food. Without a doubt. This excellent restaurant was opened near the Arizona State University campus by Eliot Wexler, the local restaurateur. He imported Daughters lox and New York’s Russ to the Arizona. Nocawich offers these classic dishes with Benton’s bacon, bechamel; homemade pastrami and even more ingredients to create crazy dishes such as burrito stuffed with cheese, eggs, crispy French fries, and chimichurri. You can also order soups, sandwiches, salads and more if you are there for an early lunch. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed with Nocawich.

El Pollo Supremo

This restaurant is probably the most under-rated restaurant in Tempe, AZ. Located at Ash Avenue and University Drive in the Strip Mall. Once you glance over the menu, you will realize that menu is quite simple. There you can try their tri-tip beef or mesquite charcoal broiled chicken. Charcoal-broiled chicken comes in either quarter, half or whole portions. A whole chicken can easily satisfy up to three diners. Along with the order comes salsa, flour or corn tortillas, marinated onions, and beans. This means that you will be able to ”construct” chicken tacos filled with the spicy red chicken drenched in home-made salsa. This restaurant only accepts cash, so you can leave your credit card at home.

So that would be it when it comes to our favorite Tempe restaurants. If you are looking for a great place to have a quiet breakfast, lunch or dinner, then you can opt for any of these restaurants. There is something for everyone, and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed with the taste of food and service you will receive. There are numerous other great restaurants in Tempe but listing them all would take us whole eternity. So next time you wish to eat out, try any of these places, you will be satisfied.