Ginger Bistro focuses on stylish soul food

Tuna Liu describes the style of cuisine at his restaurant, Ginger Bistro, as “Japanese soul food.”  

A steaming bowl of ramen noodles simmered with broth, vegetables and meat. Hibachi, Japan’s version of mouth-watering barbecue. And, of course, sushi, which wraps any number of savory ingredients into bite-sized morsels of umami goodness.  

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Liu likes to think of them all as comfort food — dishes that soothe the mind and belly and for which savoring 

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Watch Now: New owner of Viet Huong focuses menu on Vietnamese cuisine | Dining

Review of Viet Huong restaurant. STEPHEN PINGRY, Tulsa World

The name outside remains the same, but what goes on inside Viet Huong, 7919 E. 21st St., has changed quite a bit.

The restaurant has occupied this spot since 1990, when Vietnamese native Cuong “Billy” Tran opened it, serving Chinese-American foods as well as what was at the time the slightly more exotic dishes of his homeland.

Tran passed away in 2017, and two years later his family announced they had sold the restaurant (Tran’s daughters have since opened their own place, Kai Vietnamese, in downtown Tulsa).


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