If you happen to visit Boynton Beach, try to explore its numerous restaurants that serve diverse cuisines like Thai, Italian, Japanese, American, Chinese, Mexican, and of course Seafood restaurants.
Suppose you’re looking for an authentic Asian food adventure. Well, you don’t have to go to Asia because in Boynton, many restaurants that serve Asian cuisines can be found. First, we have the Try Thai by Pat, a small yet lovely decorated restaurant which caters traditional Thai foods like coconut shrimp or golden fingers (fried sweet potatoes), savory curries or delectable stir-fries, sipped on the unique Thai iced coffee. Second, we have the Chinese Lane Restaurant features 178 Chinese dishes. Most clients can already enjoy a great dinner for a cost of $10 - $25. Additionally, for sushi lovers, two Japanese restaurants namely Sushi Jo and Sushi Simon are in this city.
|sushi from Sushi Jo|
Another great restaurant in Boynton is the Boynton Beach Ale House which has a catchphrase of "a 'reel' great place to catch a good time." "Catch" the very popular Zingers, their boneless hot wings with your choice of sauce. Wet your whistle with a selection from the full-service bar, with a choice of more than 75 beer varieties. Or please your sweet tooth with the decadent Captain Jack's ice cream cake. On the other hand, if you want to hangout and eat some steaks, then take a look at Longhorn Steak House.
|Official Longhorn Logo|
|Prime Catch Night|
Now, if you want to see the restaurant that has been a landmark of the city since 1978. The owners and staff take great pride in offering an “Authentic Florida Experience” for both locals and tourists seeking fresh seafood, fun appetizers, sandwiches and cocktails, at reasonable prices, overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway at East Ocean Avenue.
|Banana Boat Restaurant and Lounge|
Indeed, Boynton Beach has a variety of restaurants to choose from that are truly good in terms of the cuisine, affordability, and ambiance.