Bo Asian Bistro

★★★☆☆
  • 2711 La Frontera Blvd. Suite 260

    Round Rock, TX 78681

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  • 512-388-6002

About Bo Asian Bistro

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 9:15 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:15 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:15 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:15 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 9:45 PM Saturday 11:00 AM - 9:45 PM Sunday 12:00 PM - 9:15 PM
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I have never been into the restaurant, but I have ordered delivery twice. It is free for delivery, but your order has to be a minimum of $15 to be delivered. Each time the person I spoke to on the phone was really quick and efficient, and the food got here quicker than they said it would.

I have ordered the sweet and sour shrimp, and the broccoli in garlic sauce, and have tried both the fried rice and the white rice. To my surprise when I opened the to go box, the servings are HUGE! I am pretty sure 2 entrees could feed a family of 4. I am not sure what they are called.. I think crunchy wontons.. but they come with your order, and I think it is awesome. Whenever I order for myself, I have leftovers for the whole week! I love it.

It's not the all time best asian food in town, but it is definitely fantastic when you do not feel like going out.

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★★★★☆

I have never been into the restaurant, but I have ordered delivery twice. It is free for delivery, but your order has to be a minimum of $15 to be delivered. Each time the person I spoke to on the phone was really quick and efficient, and the food got here quicker than they said it would.

I have ordered the sweet and sour shrimp, and the broccoli in garlic sauce, and have tried both the fried rice and the white rice. To my surprise when I opened the to go box, the servings are HUGE! I am pretty sure 2 entrees could feed a family of 4. I am not sure what they are called.. I think crunchy wontons.. but they come with your order, and I think it is awesome. Whenever I order for myself, I have leftovers for the whole week! I love it.

It's not the all time best asian food in town, but it is definitely fantastic when you do not feel like going out.

Pros: BIG servings, Delicious food, Fast Delivery

Cons: Minimum $15 charge for delivery

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OK, my experience has to be told to be believed! I ordered a beef and broccoli dish from Bo's one night, and when I got my order, there were ROACHES in my food! When I talked to the waitress, she apologized but offered to do very little other than that. After I demanded a refund and asked to speak to the manager, she told me NO and that he wasn't there. I asked when he would be back, and she said he would be back the next day but wouldn't tell me the manager's name.
I ended up opening a case with the Better Business Bureau. The BBB never received a response in light of this incident, and no word from management. If I were you I'd take my hard-earned money and business elsewhere. There is NOTHING special about this place, and the food you'd get here you can get elsewhere with better service and under cleaner conditions.

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★☆☆☆☆

OK, my experience has to be told to be believed! I ordered a beef and broccoli dish from Bo's one night, and when I got my order, there were ROACHES in my food! When I talked to the waitress, she apologized but offered to do very little other than that. After I demanded a refund and asked to speak to the manager, she told me NO and that he wasn't there. I asked when he would be back, and she said he would be back the next day but wouldn't tell me the manager's name.
I ended up opening a case with the Better Business Bureau. The BBB never received a response in light of this incident, and no word from management. If I were you I'd take my hard-earned money and business elsewhere. There is NOTHING special about this place, and the food you'd get here you can get elsewhere with better service and under cleaner conditions.

Pros: none

Cons: Horrible service and food safety/cleanliness

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I would give this place a negative 5 star rating if I could. I tried it based on reviews here and on Google. If you think Sonic is great American food and Applebee's is haute cuisine, by all means dive in, you won't be disappointed. But if you enjoy real food prepared and cooked with care and consideration you will not find it here.

The place is not clean. The aromas - well they are not of delicious food. The place smells old and musty with nary a hint of cooking. The servers were bored and constantly touching their faces and hair. But worse than this was the meal. The wanton soup was inedible after two spoonfuls, the eggroll was fried in rancid grease and was gross. I spat out the half bite I took. The red curry was flavorless and the chicken rubbery. The entire entree evoked the suggestion of dishwasher powder. I knew that the food could not taste like dishwasher powder because the plates had not recently been anywhere near soap. The dinner plate had remnants of a previous meal stuck to it and the serving plate had multiple layers of grease baked or micro-waved onto it. After three or four bites I couldn't stomach any more of the disgusting stuff before me. I had it packed up for my dog but couldn't give it to him. He is too nice a dog to be given garbage to eat. This meal is counted among the ten worst meals of my entire life. No, not the absolute worst, just very close to it.

If you want exquisitely prepared and elegantly presented food go to Thai Spoon on Red Bud and Gattis School Road. And the service at Thai Spoon is attentive and intelligent. Yes, you'll pay a few dollars more but you will richly rewarded, you'll be in heaven.

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★☆☆☆☆

I would give this place a negative 5 star rating if I could. I tried it based on reviews here and on Google. If you think Sonic is great American food and Applebee's is haute cuisine, by all means dive in, you won't be disappointed. But if you enjoy real food prepared and cooked with care and consideration you will not find it here.

The place is not clean. The aromas - well they are not of delicious food. The place smells old and musty with nary a hint of cooking. The servers were bored and constantly touching their faces and hair. But worse than this was the meal. The wanton soup was inedible after two spoonfuls, the eggroll was fried in rancid grease and was gross. I spat out the half bite I took. The red curry was flavorless and the chicken rubbery. The entire entree evoked the suggestion of dishwasher powder. I knew that the food could not taste like dishwasher powder because the plates had not recently been anywhere near soap. The dinner plate had remnants of a previous meal stuck to it and the serving plate had multiple layers of grease baked or micro-waved onto it. After three or four bites I couldn't stomach any more of the disgusting stuff before me. I had it packed up for my dog but couldn't give it to him. He is too nice a dog to be given garbage to eat. This meal is counted among the ten worst meals of my entire life. No, not the absolute worst, just very close to it.

If you want exquisitely prepared and elegantly presented food go to Thai Spoon on Red Bud and Gattis School Road. And the service at Thai Spoon is attentive and intelligent. Yes, you'll pay a few dollars more but you will richly rewarded, you'll be in heaven.

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I tried this place based on all the 4 and 5 star reviews, but I think people must be confusing another place with this one. First, they don't serve sushi here and if they did it would probably have caused numerous illnesses by now as the place is filthy. The floor is dirty and the decor is old and drab. The service people are bored and obsessed with touching their hair and faces. But worse than than that the food is disgusting. The wonton soup is worthless, the eggroll was fried in old grease and tasted old. The red curry arrived too quickly to have been freshly prepared. The chicken was rubbery and tasted like dishwasher soap powder, but I knew it could not have been soap in the meal as the dishes were too dirty to have been in recent contact with soap. The dinner plate had specks of a previous meal on it, and the serving plate layers of hardened grease on it. If I could rate this place a negative 5 stars I would.

If you think Sonic is great American food, you will love this place. If not, stay away. This meal was among the ten worst I have ever tasted. Couldn't eat more than three or four bites and took the rest home for my dog. But I couldn't give it to him. He is too nice a dog to feed garbage to.

If you like exquisitely prepared food with elegant flavors and intelligent service
go to Thai Spoon. Yes, you'll pay a little more but you'll be in heaven. Thai Spoon is on Red Bud Lane at Gattis School Road.

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★☆☆☆☆

I tried this place based on all the 4 and 5 star reviews, but I think people must be confusing another place with this one. First, they don't serve sushi here and if they did it would probably have caused numerous illnesses by now as the place is filthy. The floor is dirty and the decor is old and drab. The service people are bored and obsessed with touching their hair and faces. But worse than than that the food is disgusting. The wonton soup is worthless, the eggroll was fried in old grease and tasted old. The red curry arrived too quickly to have been freshly prepared. The chicken was rubbery and tasted like dishwasher soap powder, but I knew it could not have been soap in the meal as the dishes were too dirty to have been in recent contact with soap. The dinner plate had specks of a previous meal on it, and the serving plate layers of hardened grease on it. If I could rate this place a negative 5 stars I would.

If you think Sonic is great American food, you will love this place. If not, stay away. This meal was among the ten worst I have ever tasted. Couldn't eat more than three or four bites and took the rest home for my dog. But I couldn't give it to him. He is too nice a dog to feed garbage to.

If you like exquisitely prepared food with elegant flavors and intelligent service
go to Thai Spoon. Yes, you'll pay a little more but you'll be in heaven. Thai Spoon is on Red Bud Lane at Gattis School Road.

Pros: none

Cons: everything

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I've been to Bo quite a few times and each time has been pleasurable but nothing really to write home about. The service is nice and fairly quick, but it is often empty and I wonder why since I've always enjoyed my experiences there. The broccoli and garlic sauce is very yummy as a vegetarian and I enjoyed the soup although by the time I the soup got there the food was basically there as well, which was quite annoying. It is a tad pricey but the alternative near by is Firebowl which has raised in prices so much, I truly prefer Bo. I do wish it had more vegetarian choices on the menu, though.

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★★★★☆

I've been to Bo quite a few times and each time has been pleasurable but nothing really to write home about. The service is nice and fairly quick, but it is often empty and I wonder why since I've always enjoyed my experiences there. The broccoli and garlic sauce is very yummy as a vegetarian and I enjoyed the soup although by the time I the soup got there the food was basically there as well, which was quite annoying. It is a tad pricey but the alternative near by is Firebowl which has raised in prices so much, I truly prefer Bo. I do wish it had more vegetarian choices on the menu, though.

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This is definitely the worst asian restaurants I've ever had the displeasure of patronizing. I'll detail the experience chronologically.

Delivery took longer than an hour. Despite the review here, delivery is definitely not free.

The pad thai was the worst malodorous tangled knot of rice noodles ever presented as consumable in the history of asian cuisine. It's possible that the top fell off of the fish sauce during its preparation. The cook did not even bother to mix the sauce with the noodles completely. My entree was a knot of sauced and white sauceless noodles. There was not a sprout to be found in the entire mass. The shrimp was overcooked.

Egg rolls are filled entirely with cabbage and nothing else. The egg drop soup was thin and unseasoned.
The wonton soup was described by a fellow diner as being inedible.

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★☆☆☆☆

This is definitely the worst asian restaurants I've ever had the displeasure of patronizing. I'll detail the experience chronologically.

Delivery took longer than an hour. Despite the review here, delivery is definitely not free.

The pad thai was the worst malodorous tangled knot of rice noodles ever presented as consumable in the history of asian cuisine. It's possible that the top fell off of the fish sauce during its preparation. The cook did not even bother to mix the sauce with the noodles completely. My entree was a knot of sauced and white sauceless noodles. There was not a sprout to be found in the entire mass. The shrimp was overcooked.

Egg rolls are filled entirely with cabbage and nothing else. The egg drop soup was thin and unseasoned.
The wonton soup was described by a fellow diner as being inedible.

Pros: None

Cons: Slow delivery, food terrible

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First off: for some reason a couple folks commented on Tokyo steakhouse here, NOT Bo's. Ignore those. This is NOT a sushi place. This place is located in the same plaza as Men's Wearhouse and Brooklyn Pie Co. Most meals here are around the 8.99 range for dinner and they also offer very reasonable lunch deals.

If you drive by, you'll see that the entire restaurant is visible from the outside at night: the front is all windows with zero curtains, and the inside is brightly lit. I think a lot of people pass this place up because it's always empty, thinking it must not be very good. That's a vicious cycle to break. In fact, the last time I went was relieved to see they were still open. It's sad, because I think the food here is VERY good, even better than the food you'd find at Happy Dragon right the street. (Their menus are similar, but Happy Dragon is just a tad more expensive. But I like both places.) The decor is spacious and clean; I just wish they would put some curtains in or tint the windows for reasons I've explained. Plus, I think it would make their customers feel a little more cozy when they are inside. I think they are trying to appear as welcoming as possible, but I think this actually backfires on them. Back to the food - the quality is very, very good for the price you pay. I've had several dishes here and none of them have disappointed me. Even the standard sweet and sour chicken is far above your average Chinese place. For example, the sweet and sour sauce they serve is high quality- it isn't super sugary or gelatin-y in texture, like you'd find at a mall. It's a perfect blend of sweet AND sour. The meat was tender and the veggies tasted fresh. The portions are also huge, so I always have leftovers. I've had shrimp both here and at Happy Dragon - I got a lot more shrimp on my plate here than the 4 measly pieces I got at Happy Dragon. If you have never gone I'd definitely give it a try. Forget that it's empty. Good stuff.

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★★★★★

First off: for some reason a couple folks commented on Tokyo steakhouse here, NOT Bo's. Ignore those. This is NOT a sushi place. This place is located in the same plaza as Men's Wearhouse and Brooklyn Pie Co. Most meals here are around the 8.99 range for dinner and they also offer very reasonable lunch deals.

If you drive by, you'll see that the entire restaurant is visible from the outside at night: the front is all windows with zero curtains, and the inside is brightly lit. I think a lot of people pass this place up because it's always empty, thinking it must not be very good. That's a vicious cycle to break. In fact, the last time I went was relieved to see they were still open. It's sad, because I think the food here is VERY good, even better than the food you'd find at Happy Dragon right the street. (Their menus are similar, but Happy Dragon is just a tad more expensive. But I like both places.) The decor is spacious and clean; I just wish they would put some curtains in or tint the windows for reasons I've explained. Plus, I think it would make their customers feel a little more cozy when they are inside. I think they are trying to appear as welcoming as possible, but I think this actually backfires on them. Back to the food - the quality is very, very good for the price you pay. I've had several dishes here and none of them have disappointed me. Even the standard sweet and sour chicken is far above your average Chinese place. For example, the sweet and sour sauce they serve is high quality- it isn't super sugary or gelatin-y in texture, like you'd find at a mall. It's a perfect blend of sweet AND sour. The meat was tender and the veggies tasted fresh. The portions are also huge, so I always have leftovers. I've had shrimp both here and at Happy Dragon - I got a lot more shrimp on my plate here than the 4 measly pieces I got at Happy Dragon. If you have never gone I'd definitely give it a try. Forget that it's empty. Good stuff.

Pros: Excellent food, great prices, good location, good service

Cons: Always empty, when the AC is on it can get a little chilly

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Best price in town !!! The Orange chicken is the best i ever had. They also serve vietnamese spring roll, and pad thai. Also, the dishes from Special Diet Menu is pretty healthy too. I had a few times for delivery, they are fast and on time , and most importantly there is no delivery charge!!!

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★★★★★

Best price in town !!! The Orange chicken is the best i ever had. They also serve vietnamese spring roll, and pad thai. Also, the dishes from Special Diet Menu is pretty healthy too. I had a few times for delivery, they are fast and on time , and most importantly there is no delivery charge!!!

Pros: relax environment, tons of parking space

Cons: hard to see from highway!!!

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Everytime I go in this place it is empty! Don't let that fool you. I have never had anything bad here. My favorites are the Lemon Grass Coconut soup and the Pad Thai. The traditional American-Chinese dishes are tasty too. Service is prompt and they also deliver locally!

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★★★★★

Everytime I go in this place it is empty! Don't let that fool you. I have never had anything bad here. My favorites are the Lemon Grass Coconut soup and the Pad Thai. The traditional American-Chinese dishes are tasty too. Service is prompt and they also deliver locally!

Pros: Great food, great value and good location

Cons: Goofy crockery that is disctracting

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I frequent both Tokyo and Kenichi and I have to say that for almost have the price Tokyo's sushi is a hand's down winner. Order the round rock roll and you won't be disappointed. Their sushi is always fresh and tastful with an artistic touch.

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★★★★★

I frequent both Tokyo and Kenichi and I have to say that for almost have the price Tokyo's sushi is a hand's down winner. Order the round rock roll and you won't be disappointed. Their sushi is always fresh and tastful with an artistic touch.

Pros: Sushi, Food, quickness to get a table...1/2 price happy hour

Cons: Sometimes slow service from waitstaff

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We have gone to this place about 5 times and every time the service is great and the food is perfect. The Tokyo Steak, Chicken, or Lobster are my favorites-you get soup, salad, main course, and a small dessert all in one.

I'm not much for sushi but my boyfriend says it's great.

This place is one of our favorites places to go and so far we have never had to wait for a table or parking!
:)

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★★★★★

We have gone to this place about 5 times and every time the service is great and the food is perfect. The Tokyo Steak, Chicken, or Lobster are my favorites-you get soup, salad, main course, and a small dessert all in one.

I'm not much for sushi but my boyfriend says it's great.

This place is one of our favorites places to go and so far we have never had to wait for a table or parking!
:)

Pros: Service, Food, Live-but chill-music, Parking, No waiting for a table.

Cons: Expect to pay 20-40 per person but it's worth it.

 

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