Have been eating here for many years. It is always good and fresh. The review with only 2 stars must have been there on a rare bad night. Siam Orchid is good, but no where near the quality of Cocoa Beach Thai & Sushi. Just wish they had a website.
I've been going to Cocoa Beach Thai & Sushi for years and their food and prices are great. Authentic food from other lands, more often than not, bring along language barriers. But graciousness and a smile will help to clear up all that. Enjoy!!
meh. I've been eating Thai and Japanese for about 20+ years. The lad na was barely ok (that's a stretch). The seaweed salad tasted funny. The service was poor. I originally asked if there were free refills on the Thai Tea (rare, but worth asking), and the waitress said yes. Later, when I asked for the refill, she said no refills. It wasn't that good anyway (not just sour grapes), so I wasn't that disappointed with that... There are much better places- like Siam Orchid.
I have driven by this place many times and was very wary about giving it a try---from the outside it looks more like a taco stand or short order place with a counter. I was totally wrong. Small sushi bar with a decent amout of tables and booths-----best thing of all---the fish is fresh and the prices are better than other local sushi joints. Best prices on Sashimi I have seen (18 piece dinner for $16.99 includes salad).
this is like a hole in the wall sushi joint..ud drive by and never realize it was there, very small and cozy, however the night we went it was freezing and sitting near a glass window doesnt help so thats we're sake and a bowl of miso soup comes into play. i was so amazed by the attention we got, basically was waited on before i even noticed i needed something, lol..the food presentation was a work of art, and the rolls and sashimi were superd! and of course had to top it off with fried tempura icecream, and they r very generous with their portions..so share.LOVE this place, cant wait to go again and again..