The U.S. is home to a melting pot of cultures. A large percentage of the population consists of immigrants, and many of them get their start through the restaurant business. At first, these businesses were catered for their fellow immigrants but throughout the years, many locals have enjoyed the authentic cuisine of these different cultures. Asian cuisine has become a popular food trend. From deserts to savory meals, consumers can’t get enough of these Asian treats.
There are many Asian restaurants in almost every state; this article lists the best contractors who have built these restaurants. These contractors have a range of projects in the hospitality industry but some of their best work are Asian restaurants. Found in different states, these contractors were chosen based on their area of expertise, media recognition, and body of work. Standout projects from each firm were also featured so readers can have an idea of their aesthetic.
Hospitality Construction Services Inc
840 LAKE. VARUNA MEWS, GAITHERSBURG, MD 20878
Despite being in business for less than ten years, Hospitality Construction Services (HCS) is Washington’s leading restaurant contractor. Founders Robert Mescolotto and Shawn Johnston are distinguished restaurant visionaries who have built HCS to focus on both high-end Michelin Star, Bib Gourmand, and Michelin Plate-rated restaurants, as well as fun, local establishments for up-and-coming restaurateurs. The firm has worked with some of D.C.’s finest restaurants, most of which are featured annually in The Washingtonian’s 100 Very Best Restaurant list and some have received the prestigious James Beard Award. HCS is known for building projects under budget and on time.
One of HCS’ clients is Tiger Fork, a Bib Gourmand restaurant in Shaw’s historic Blagden Alley, Washington. Known for its contemporary Hong Kong street food, the restaurant’s design is as cheerful as the menu. With exposed brick, large murals, tranquil hanging lanterns, colorful tiles, and communal tables to bring families and customers into conversation, Tiger Fork further catches attention with the unique octagonal bar where herbs are blended into cocktail bliss. Tucked away in secluded Blagden Alley, and well worth the search, this oasis built by HCS is ready for everyone to discover.