Basmati’s Asian Cuisine Celebrates 20th Anniversary

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After 20 years of successful business, the restaurant keeps its doors open for many more years of happy hours and specials.

As Basmati's Asian Cuisine celebrates 20 years of serving the best Sushi and Asian Inspired Classical Cuisine on the Emerald Coast, they look forward to satisfying another generation of their loyal customers.

Since 1997, Basmati’s Asian Cuisine has featured creative and enjoyable fish, beer and sushi specials, offering great food and drinks at a great price. They ensure customers that these great deals will only continue throughout the upcoming years.

Their Happy Hour is held from 5-6 p.m. daily and features half-price appetizers, sushi, beer, wine and well cocktails. With costs cut in half for great food and drinks, there’s no better place to go for some great happy hour deals.

Basmati’s Asian Cuisine serves lunch from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; and dinner from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. seven days a week. For sushi-lovers, come by after 5 p.m. to start ordering from their sushi selection.

Basmati's assures their customers that, despite local construction and closure of the Draper Lake Bridge, they will remain open seven days a week the whole year round. Basmati’s Asian Cuisine is four-tenths of a mile east of the bridge, located on Scenic Highway 30A, just one mile west of the intersection of CR 83 and Hwy CoA.

Guests arriving from the east are not impacted by the bridge closure.

Guests arriving from the west need to take US Highway 98 East to County Road 83. Turn right on Highway 30A. County Road 83 is the first right after the traffic lights at the Publix supermarket at South Walton.

Basmati’s Asian Cuisine welcomes all their loyal customers, locals, second homeowners, and visitors to celebrate 20 years of Hwy 30A's best Asian inspired Classical cuisine and Sushi!

About the company:
Basmati's Asian Cuisine has been serving the freshest seafood, sushi and finest meats available with fresh, local vegetables, many organic, for 20 years on the Florida Panhandle. Featured in Southern Living, the New York Times, and 30A Review, Basmati's is known for its sleek and sophisticated, very romantic yet relaxing indoor and outdoor screen porch dining. For more information, visit their website at

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