About Us


Welcome to the Orlando area’s most energetic place to enjoy a delightful array of Asian cuisine. Yum Yum Asia Café celebrates the rich and varied culinary traditions of the Far East by offering delicious dishes from Korea, China, and Japan. While preserving these countries’ culinary traditions, Yum Yum Asia Café puts a modern spin on everything from presentation to taste, transforming your typical Chinese restaurant to a modern day Asian Fusion restaurant. Yum Yum Asia Café brings people from all different backgrounds into a diverse melting pot of hip and happening fun. Recognized by local and international media as THE people’s choice for the best Asian food in the Altamonte Springs and Maitland area, Yum Yum Asia Café is looking forward to serving you.

 

Yum Yum Asia Café features a wide array of Asian fusion food including Chinese, Korean and Japanese delights served in a bright atmosphere. The lunch specials are especially popular with the midday take-out crowd. From Mongolian beef to mu shu to lo mein -- and even smoothies -- Yum Yum covers all the bases. You can even place your order online for pickup or delivery!

 

Yum Yum Asia Café … Emotions and tastes that linger

 

Reviews

 

Source: http://orlando.metromix.com/restaurants/restaurant_review/yum-yum/255729/content

 

The Down Low: Amid a wide variety of quick lunch spots stuffed into the Publix Gateway Crossing Center – that’d be 851 South S.R. 434 in Altamonte Springs – is one of the best (and, let’s face it, least scary) Chinese and Asian Fusion restaurants in the area, Yum Yum Asia Café. Though the traditional sketchy Chinese joint holds a torch in all our hearts, it’s nice to have a place you could take your boss to.

 

The Digs: Almost completely yuppifying the Chinese restaurant, Yum Yum brightens things up with trendy furniture and distinctly un-Asian colors and textures. It’s comfortable, but feels synthetic, which makes the outside patio a welcome (and more organic feeling) meal spot.

 

The Delivery: Lunch time is all about the scurrying, and Yum Yum does an admirable job serving everyone as quickly as possible – even to the point of not serving everyone in your group at the same time. Hey man, it’s efficiency not courtesy in this high-speed day and age!

 

The Dish: My guests and I stuck to the lunch menu as the prices stay between about $6.50 and $7.50, while the dinner items hit around the $10 mark (but are usually portioned to become the following day’s lunch). To start we shared crab rangoon ($4.75), dished up in an impressive eight pieces of part chewy, part crunchy “crab”-filled pastries. Despite the use of imitation crustacean the rangoon was worth its cost due to its size.

 

One guest had the sesame chicken ($7.45) with a vegetable spring roll. The chicken seemed more like nuggets than chunks, but the sauce was appropriately tangy. The spring roll was nothing special, but did its part of adding at least some vegetables to the meal.

 

My other guest had sweet & sour chicken ($6.45) with a pork egg roll. It was essentially the same dish as the sesame chicken, except with a different sauce and some veggies. The sauce was more sweet than sour, making the otherwise bland chicken merely a delivery device for delicious red sauce. The cooked vegetables added a little more character by retaining their crispiness and fresh taste.

 

I had the hunan pork ($6.45) with egg drop soup. The pork was well-seasoned before the sauce hit it, making it a delight to chew thoroughly in between sips of the eggy and savory soup.

 

The Damage: A lunch special and a drink might run close to the $10 threshold, but chances are there will be a little food left over for snacking or a light meal.

 

The Deduction: Yum Yum is quality Asian Fusion that takes traditional dishes and gives them a trendy polish


Source: http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g29161-d521221-r3770067-Yum_Yum_Asia_Cafe-Altamonte_Springs_Florida.html

 

“Yum Yum is awesome!”

 

Yum Yum Asia Cafe

 

A TripAdvisor Member

Altamonte Springs

16 Aug 2005

 

Had my friend tell me about this place at Yum Yums. I always go to PF and was hesitant at first. When I went to Yum Yum with my friend I was hooked. Great staff, always clean, food great better than PF Chang. Get lot more than PF and price is better than PF Chang.
Order from Yum Yums all the time. Cool online ordering. They also deliver too.

Source: http://orlando.kudzu.com/merchant/4964125.html

Good Neighborhood Chinese

"Yum Yum Asia Cafe offers a good selection of fresh Chineese at reasonable prices. The lunch special offers a big selection at low prices. Try the Shrimp Egg Foo Yung. And don't forget to get a discount card; buy ten lunches, get the next one free.

by jfapopkafl - Posted 05/05/2008

Source: http://www.yelp.com/biz/yum-yum-asia-cafe-altamonte-springs

Janene H.

Apopka, FL

9/14/2008

 

I was told I should try this place, that is comparable to P.F. Chang's but at a lower price. Although this place is a step above the run-of-the-mill-strip-center-Chinese-place, it is no where near P.F. Chang's, or even Chang's little brother Pei Wei.

The person who took my order was friendly and helpful and the kitchen seemed clean (it was actually being cleaned when I was there). The food was just OK, not really worth a special trip. The restaurant itself had a few tables and was clean and urban inside but I'd guess their main business is from take out and delivery.

The lunch specials I ordered were reasonable (served until 4pm) at about $7-8 each which included rice, egg roll or spring roll with your entree. Go for the spring roll which was lighter and crispier than the egg roll.