I was pleasantly surprised after visiting Bangkok Kitchen for dinner in the off season. I had brought my husband here with some trepidation only because of the many restaurants that had changed hands in this location. However, I guess they had been open now for over a year and I heard good things from other locals.
First of all, don't let the older outside façade of the restaurant fool you. Once inside, it exudes a nice welcoming & relaxing decor of a Asian and/or sushi bar.
The menu is very diverse. We started out with nigiri (tako and unagi), both arrived quickly and was very fresh. I don’t think I’ve ever had bad octopus or eel, but I found these two selections some of the better I’ve tasted. We followed this up with fried calamari which came beautifully prepared in a crisp, but not too spicy batter and complimentary (orange?) sauce.
For dinner, my husband had beef and broccoli made with a good cut of steak. I had the glass noddle salad with shrimp which was also very good, but not too filling (which is what I was after).
Throughout the entire night, the service was fast but not rushed and very thorough. The selection of various beers, wine and sake is well thought out and compliments the various entrees well. Don’t expect to have a martini or similar alcohol drinks, but this is not the fault of the restaurant – it stems from issues with county liquor regulations.
Anyway, can’t wait to go back this Summer!
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