7 Asian American-Owned Restaurants & Bars In Bryan, Texas

May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and we’re wrapping up the month by celebrating the the AAPI business owners in our community! From delicious Thai restaurants to a one-of-a-kind sake bar, we’ve put together this list of Asian American owned restaurants & bars in Bryan, TX so that you can support them all year long.


Keep scrolling for the full list, or click here to learn more about AAPI Heritage Month from Texas A&M University.


Art of War

419 North Main Street, Bryan, Texas

Art of War is located inside the historic Parker Lumber Building in Historic Downtown Bryan Texas. Inspired by the owners journeys into the far east and a desire to bring innovation to his quaint but thriving downtown – Art of War is a unique destination that will have you returning time and time again.

Art of War’s interior reflects cultivated Asian stylings while also paying tribute to a refinement seen in bars from days gone by. The multi-room bar offers the choice to relax in the Moshito Lounge furnished with retro-hinted furnishings, the more bustling main service bar, or the exclusive 108 year old vault.

Their menu features delicious sake-based cocktails, flights featuring both Texas-made and imported sakes, and small plates highlighting various Asian cuisines. Learn more here.

Kluay Kluay Thai Restaurant

3203 Freedom Boulevard Suite 700, Bryan, Texas

Kluay Kluay opened in 2015 with the dream of bringing authentic Thai cuisine to the Brazos Valley. They’re known for their spicy dishes, but they have plenty of options for everyone! Kluay Kluay will have you coming back for more time and time again. Click here for more info.

Bangkok Thai Kitchen

507 North Harvey Mitchell Parkway, Bryan, Texas

Bangkok Thai Kitchen, located near the intersection Harvey Mitchell Parkway & Villa Maria Drive, is somewhat of a hidden gem in Bryan-College Station. It’s right in between The Stella Hotel and the Brazos County Expo, and they serve some of the best Thai food in Aggieland. Their Pad Thai is not to be missed. Click here for their Facebook page.

T. Jin China Diner

2305 Boonville Road, Suite 650, Bryan, Texas

T. Jin China Diner, or just T. Jin’s as it’s affectionately called by Aggieland locals, has become a go-to spot known for their friendly service, fresh ingredients, and delicious Chinese food. Located near Boonville Heritage Park, this BCS favorite is a must when you’re craving Chinese food. Click here to learn more & view their menu.

Master Yakiniku

3700 South Texas Avenue, Suite 900, Bryan, Texas

Master Yakiniku is the top spot for Korean BBQ in the Brazos Valley. They’ve got delicious entrees sure to satisfy anyone’s cravings, and they provide a dining experience unlike any other in Bryan or College Station. Check out this review by food blogger Hungry Mind, Hungry Stomach to see why you need to stop by Master Yakiniku next time you’re in Bryan.

Click here to find Master Yakiniku on Facebook.

Imperial Chinese & Sushi

980 North Earl Rudder Freeway, Bryan, Texas

This modern spot for Asian classics opened in 2014, and has been providing quality meals & good times to the Bryan area ever since. With options ranging from handmade sushi, to American-Chinese classics, and beer, wine, and sake – Imperial Chinese & Sushi is sure to have something for any fan of Asian cuisines.

Learn more at https://imperialbcs.com/

Pin Toh Thai Cafe

4345 Wellborn Road, Bryan, Texas

Located just a couple blocks from Texas A&M, this Aggie favorite serves tasty, made from scratch Thai classics with a variety of spice levels available. They also offer great deals daily, so you’ll definitely want to keep up with those on their Facebook page.


Looking for more local favorite restaurants, hidden gems, and things to do in Bryan, Texas? Check out our other blog posts!


Meet The Blogger

Chris Riggins

Chris is the Destination Marketing Manager for Destination Bryan. Originally from North Texas, Chris has called Bryan-College Station home since 2014. Chris is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University’s Recreation, Park & Tourism Science program. When he’s not telling you about the restaurant he tried this weekend that was “SO good,” he’s probably talking about his dog or taking photos of a Brazos Valley sunset.

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