Bangkok Inn Downtown in Fort Pierce, FL  » Restaurants  »
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217 Orange Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL
  • However, once we dug in, the meal was very good
  • The fish in our meal didn't taste fishy and instead, tasted very fresh

    • by Jamie Wade

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      At the beginning of March 2013, my friends and I were out on the town after dark, looking to eat after a movie. We drove around for a while before we came across one of the open restaurants in downtown Fort Pierce. It was called Bangkok Inn Downtown, and we went in after looking in the window and seeing beautiful decorations, including a fish tank.

      Once we went in, the atmosphere was lively and the lights were dimmed because of the time of night. It was a very busy night, but service was quick and courteous despite the amount of people inside. Our

      waitress was very familiar with the menu, and upon request, told us about some vegetarian options and that anything on the menu could be made with tofu at request. She was very polite and fast, and three out of the four things we ordered arrived within 10 minutes. One meal (shrimp fried rice) took nearly double the time to arrive.

      When everything arrived, the plates were arranged artfully and included things such as orange slices, vegetables, and even a orchid for decoration. The meal itself was like a masterpiece and almost made it hard to eat! However, once we dug in, the meal ...

      • was very good. The fish in our meal didn’t taste fishy and instead, tasted very fresh. There was also a lot of food included in the meal, which was something we didn’t expect. A little while before we got our food, we were given soy dishes and chopsticks. Upon request, the waitress showed us how to break them to separate.

        The atmosphere was absolutely great. The decorations were very appropriate, and seemed to cover a lot of culture. The bar was well-lit and included a cooking station and fish tank behind it. The booths were very comfortable and roomy, and showed no signs

        of falling apart. The booths could easily fit 6 people with room left, which was how many people were in our group.

        In the menu, the pictures were very close to what you would receive when ordered. The menu was a perfect length, not being too long or too short, and also included a very large range of Asian food both familiar and unfamiliar, from drunken noodles, tempura, sushi rolls, vegetarian options, and several fried rice dishes. Everything was absolutely perfect about this restaurant!

        It is located near the Fort Pierce Library, and serves dinner until around 9:30 and lunch from 11 until 2:30.

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