Sleek and stylish Hoshun in the Lower Garden District serves up straightforward pan-Asian cuisine until 2am daily, making it an ideal spot whether you're craving Chinese, Thai, or some late-night sushi. Americanized versions of Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese dishes fill the vast menu and come in heaping portions, so feel free to share among a group of friends -- the dining room can easily accommodate large parties. With options that range from crispy ginger shrimp to sweet Thai chili chicken to specialty sushi rolls (the Playboy is set on fire at the table!), you have your work cut out for you. Luckily you can stay until the wee hours of the night deciding.
Hoshun is a magical place combining comfortable seating, enticing ambience, Kung Pao Chicken, ocean-fresh sushi, and Cajun cooking all under the same roof. Boasting a mix of Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese traditions, standout specialties include The Streetcar Roll, loaded with crab, avocado, spicy mayo, and Champagne sauce. Another thing you can’t get anywhere else? The Superdome, which pairs a mountain of spicy tuna with spicy crawfish, avocado, spicy mayo, and crunchy flakes. If you can’t decide what kind of Asian food you want, this joint has your back.
How to support: Stop by for first come, first served seating.