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 "The Silk Road" is surely one of the oldest routes of international trade in the world. First called the "Silk Road" in the 19th century, it is actually a web of caravan tracks connecting Chang'an (now the present day city of Xi'an in China), with Rome, Italy, beginning in the Han Dynasty during the 2nd century BC. The Silk Road contained several major routes leading westward from Chang'an, with perhaps hundreds of smaller roads and paths. As it extended westwards from the ancient commercial centers of China, the Silk Road divided into the northern and southern routes bypassing the Taklamakan Desert and Lop Nur, though central routes were also followed. Its fabled travelers included Zhang Qian, Marco Polo, and Kublai Khan. The Great Wall of China was built (in part) to protect its route from bandits.

Silk Road, brings the old route meaning to a new destiny, the old trade route of trades, is now a route that takes you to a place of uncommon flavor, enjoyment and delectation.

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Silk Road Asian Restaurant is the very latest restaurant to open in Waynesboro (in a convenient location nearby exit 94 for I-64). Like many people who live in Waynesboro, I'd watched the refurbishing of the former Shoney's building over the past few months with great curiosity. There wasn't much of a hint as to what sort of restaurant this would be, besides its serving some type of Asian cuisine. As of last week, the entire building was lit up inside and out and it was obvious that the mystery would soon be resolved. So, on Valentine's Day weekend, my wife & son were clamoring to go have dinner at the newest addition to the local dining scene. I agreed eagerly, because I was just as anxious as they were to try it out.

From the outside, Silk Road looks a bit different, especially with its lighted trees with unusual pastel-colored lighting. There's some electric-blue lighting from the inside of the restaurant adding to the illumination, and the entire business truly stands out from the street. Once you walk inside, the entry foyer and the front counter are very nice, a bit elegant even. As you head further back into the main dining area, your initial positive impressions are reinforced by a large bar with plenty of glass (the source of the electric-blue lighting) and the general tastefulness of the dining tables and the rest of the furnishings. 

Once my family and I were seated, we looked over the menu and the mystery of the restaurant was solved: it's an Asian fusion/pan-Asian sort of cusine. In other words, you can have:

1) Chinese, 

2) Japanese, 

3) Thai and 

4) Asian fusion dishes here. 

Also, there's a fairly full sushi menu (although we didn't try that), Japanese hibachi dishes, and various Thai curries and pad Thai. 

My wife and I decided to go with the Asian fusion menu & ordered the red snapper (her) and the mango shrimp (me). The dishes came back in about 25 minutes, and they were good. I can tell you about the mango shrimp in detail--it was a tasty blend of large juicy shrimp, generous slices of fresh mango, red and green peppers, onions and a very well balanced sauce that really complemented the other parts of the dish. That was some fine shrimp. My son ordered hibachi fish (salmon, I think), and he also enjoyed his meal. With dessert and drinks, the total cost was around $60 for the three of us, before we added the tip. So, by Waynesboro standards, it's about like a trip to the Outback Steakhouse, but, frankly, I prefer the food at Silk Road. 

My biggest relief upon eating here was that it was a la carte and not a buffet. The quality of the food is good, the portions large, and the place is more peaceful to eat in than the average local buffet. By "peaceful," I just mean more settled; Silk Road had a moderately high number of diners the evening we visited, but they were just a well mannered bunch. So, I give high marks to the atmosphere of the place.

We do plan on going back to Silk Road soon. It's a welcome addition to the Waynesboro restaurant scene and I think you get good value as a patron there considering the large portions and the quality of the food. The management seems to have control over things and the place is well run.

Silk Road "Impressive Debut" 絲綢之路“給人深刻印象”

Silk Road Asian Restaurant and Bar will provide a mix of great flavors, fine asian cuisine and a historical retrospect through the beautiful layout, contemporary and traditional decor in one place.

Located right off I-64 across Walmart in Waynesboro, VA, Silk Road smart new establishment seating is beautiful and includes a private area for groups, special meetings or family gatherings. Yet there is one Silk Road– is significant – the factor that makes this Asian addition different: it’s romantic, festive, elegant and the greatest choice for special occasions in the Area. 

Dinner comprises varies courses of delicately created dishes, including ingredients like avocado, carrots, cashews, pineapple, curry ; like Pineaple Chicken already a favorite, and Red Curry Beef, the General Tso's Chicken and don't miss the Love Boat for Two with it's impressive and colorful preparation (a feast to the senses).

Silk Road cooking is intense and emphatic, with diners unlikely to be concerned about the absence of a distinctive flavor after their first bite. Indeed, considering its relative a new Restaurant, Silk Road's impressive debut fully merits its award for Highest New Entry.

Silk Road Full Bar "a must visit"絲綢之路充分的酒吧“必遊”

Silk Road Full Bar is an ambassador for the methodical, precise  Asian style of bartending and if you find yourself anywhere near Waynesboro, VA, this is a must visit. Plain and simple. 
Breathtaking drinks, great wines options,  Silk Road Bar is all about drinks.  Enjoy International beers, new cocktail concepts prepared right before your eyes.  
Silk Road is not only the Best Asian Restaurant in the Area but also, it’s an ideal place to stop by after hours for an excellent time, beautiful atmosphere and new drinks factory that keeps moving things on and on and on.

Variety of Wines 葡萄酒品種

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