Asian Gourmet Restaurant Menu

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  • ron b.

    Wow! Was I amazed... I live in Ft Lauderdale, and have a beach house in Sebastian.. stopped in at this little corner restaurant on a Saturday afternoon drive, and was blown away! Was as good as anything you can find in the "Big City" very fresh taste, excellent use of herbs, mild to hot "touches" available.. will be back here a lot more on my future weekends.. try the Saigon Rolls... and the Crispy rice noodle/Pho ap chao (never heard of it before, but it was amazing). PS the staff seems to be family, and very well vested in making sure you were happy, they actually pay attention as if it means something!

  • ryan t.

    Awesome food. The owner lady is so nice, she might give you some lucky bamboo if you're not careful. Make sure you try the leechee and langon desserts. The fruits look a little weirds, but they sure are good.

  • hl t.

    The food tastes really good although the pho is a little lacking compared to the pho i had at other vietnamese restaurants in other states. All other dishes are really good. It is like home cook meal. The service in this little cozy restaurant is very welcoming and pleasant. The servers make dining at this restaurant a happy experience. The price is somewhat steep but I am happy to pay for what I get.

  • Hank G.

    We have been stopping in here for years, mostly for lunches. My wife mostly gets the summer rolls and pho, I like the hot curry with squid. I have had the crispy fish also for dinner which was out of this world. The owner Maria, came from Viet Nam in the 80s I believe.

  • James T.

    This was my first venture into Vietnamese food, so I had no reference points. My neighbor is from Vietnam and he brought me and my wife for a dinner and all I can say is WOW!. Green mango salad, sweet and sour soup and the shrimp fried rice were full of favors I have never experienced together. So delicious!! All I can say is the food is great and the price is right. I would highly recommend this place for something different and wonderful.

  • Mckay S.

    I've eaten at this restaurant twice after working in Melbourne. I found it doing some electrical work at the Pep Boys across the street. I was only expecting a quick bite, but I got a pleasant surprise! Probably what you will notice first about Asian Gourmet is the simple, homely atmosphere. The joint doesn't look like much from just sitting down and ordering. Cheap tables, plastic table cloths, it's nothing special. The decor hasn't changed recently and probably never will. Usually when it comes to restaurants this kind of atmosphere means bad food or great food. Fortunately, the latter is true. Out of both of my lunches at Asian Gourmet I've noticed an older Asian woman who works there walking around, sitting down at tables with familiar customers. Assuming this is the owner, I find it fan-fucking-tastic and I wish more bigger restaurants had staff who were truly vested in knowing their customers and add a personal touch. The Asian granny is great, but the male Asian waiter working today was extremely awkward and unsettling. Throughout my lunch he would lean up against the counters and stare out onto the restaurant, instead of moving around or at least getting out of my eyesight. Personally, the thought of being watched while I eat is immensely irritable. Just go do something! Don't stare at me while I eat! With that being said, let me address the food. I've only eaten Pho at Asian Gourmet, but personally I find it some of the best on the east coast of Florida. Perfect portions not too over sized come with an absolutely delicious broth as well as plenty of hoisin, sriracha, and chili oil to compliment. The beef in my Pho was of good quality and not dry, which is sometimes hard to find. Unfortunately my starter salad came out with my Pho, and the Peanut dressing that accompanied it was most definitely Jif's creamy peanut butter with a couple other added spices. I did not find it delectable in any sense of the word. Easily said, I will be revisiting Asian Gourmet when I make my way back up to Melbourne for work, sans the Jif peanut butter salad. Maybe the Asian grandma will come say hello next time...

  • John M.

    Place tries too hard to be weird and their Thai / Vietnamese fusion experiments fail hard. The only upside is that the food is all fresh - but I can throw some fresh produce together with no talent and scope at home too. The main problem is that they charge as if they are a nice bistro with a creative chef. They are none of those things.

  • Larry B.

    Delicious. Pho Sate was out of control with seafood and beef. Crispy noodles and pork & rice with salad was awesome. For desert the red bean, coconut milk, and palm fruit. A first for me and I'll be back.

  • Jennifer M.

    Tried this place today with my friend and fellow Yelper Holly B. She has been here before and highly suggested it. It's a cute little place right on the corner of US1 and Babcock St. When we walked in we were quickly greeted by the waitress. She was friendly and attentive. The place appeared clean and it was just enough room to spread out. The food was delicious! I ordered the rice platter- steamed rice with marinated pork and a salad. The portions were very generous. The food was fresh, tasty and the pork was tender. Holly was satisfied with her order of pad thai noodles. I would definitely recommend this place and will be back in the future. I only wish I had ordered the highly recommended spring rolls....but there's always next time.

  • Dolora M.

    Asian Gourmet is the best place I have ever been to. Their food was very fresh. I went there a couple of months ago and it was amazing...its funny because we were just on our way home to veto and we decided to stop there. We thought it was closed but we went it and I'm glad we did. We will be going there again next month and I can't wait!!! I'm glad they aren't in vero because I don't mind going the extra miles to eat there!

  • Steve D.

    Tried out their lunch special. Selection of 3 dishes (prices from $7.95, $8.95 and $9.95) that range from vegetables, pork, chicken, tofu and seafood. They have 5 different seasonings that you can select and the food is prepared with one of those. I ordered the Yellow Curry Chicken and well... it was very boring. The sauce is very watery, not much flavor and i'll soon forget that i ever tried that dish. The other dish we ordered was Pork Garlic Sauce... they might as well call it Sweet & Sour Pork.... this wasnt Thai or Vietanamese but more like Chinese. You might have better luck for dinner but don't bother ordering off their lunch menu. Try out the other items like Pho... a few people were having that.

  • Jenny S.

    This place is a staple in our restaurant outings in Melbourne. The food is consistently fresh and delicious. I crave their crispy noodle all the time. I don't usually order thai dishes here but have taken people who have. The thai isn't bad but i always stick with the vietnamese items. Coming from San Diego where there was a Vietnamese place every 20 feet near where I worked, I think their Pho is only average, but for the area its good and it hits the spot. It doesn't really matter anyways to me since its mostly the experience of the place. I love to come here because the owner is so sweet and their service is great. I always feel happy and stuffed when we leave.

  • Keith S.

    We eat here 3 or 4 times per year. The prices are a little high but the food is very good. Ask the owner if she has mango salad -- she only makes it once in a while and it's not on the menu... It's one of the best dishes I have ever tasted, anywhere in the world.

  • Mark B.

    Had lunch on a Saturday, @ 1:00 PM. We decided to judge this place on its own merit and not due to the incredible traffic flow of Harbor City, and the fact that this place was empty. My family is slightly familiar with Vietnamese food and Thai, for the last 22 years. The Vietnamese noodle bowl was good but at $8.95 for a few pcs of pork, noodles, mung beans and assorted items none of which were memorable or expensive, the price seemed totally out of line. My daughter had the Pad Thai, which was okay, void of spices, and could have been easily found in a boil and bag in the freezer section of Publix. Again at $8.95, this lunch was $32 for three people including tips and one non alcoholic drink. You be the judge?

  • Joycelynn D.

    I like the thai salad and beef noodle with spicy 10. I think the dishes are way better than Thai Thai.

  • Shane Z.

    Awesome place! Every time I am in Melbourne I try and make it here. They have great spring rolls, and you have options for the meat inside, I always get shrimp. Excellent peanut sauce, add some sirachi chili sauce to make it a little more spicy for that extra bite. I get the Pho with meatballs and have them add shrimp. Excellent soup. They will bring you out chili paste as will, if you like spicy spicy, ask her to bring out the dark paste, I added 2 small pinch size spoon fulls to my Pho, and ended up eating my buddies rice to cool down my mouth! The owner is very friendly.

  • Renee D.

    I love this place! If you go often... I go once a week, you will probably see familiar faces, because everyone comes back. The only problem is I am stuck on one dish...the bun (Vietnamese noodle salad) with lemongrass chicken. (ask for a little heat) It is the BEST lunch in the world. The spring rolls are homemade, the summer rolls are fresh and light, The Natalie is really good too! and...try the Pho.

  • Jan L.

    This is a great place to eat. The pho ga is excellent along with the spring and summer rolls. The Vietnamese salad is awesome. You request the heat level on a scale of 1 to 10 . Maria is the owner and she's a real sweetie. The service is great and we have never had a bad meal there. We go whenever we're in town which is often.. If you like authentic Vietnamese food then this is the place to go.

  • Teresa H.

    WOW!!! The food here is INCREDIBLE! I've been here a few times and no matter what I order, everything has always been amazingly delicious and surprisinly healthy. Everything is prepared so fresh you can definitely taste the freshness in the dish. The summer rolls are a must-have for an appetizer. It's a light, healthy starter with shrimp, rice noodles, fresh herbs, lettuce & bean sprouts, all rolled up in rice paper. It's served with a scrumptiously sweet peanut sauce. I get it every time I come here. I've also had the Pho (beef noodle soup) and it was soooo good. It came with fresh bean sprouts and thai basil on the side and I swear it's the BEST pho I've had on the US east coast. The Sweet & Sour Crispy Fish and Pad Thai was also very delicious. The flavors danced around my palate. Mmmm mmm...making my mouth water just thinking about it. There is a relaxing, family style atmosphere when you walk into the restaurant and the service is so friendly. The decor is very nice and subtle. You can tell you are in an asian establishment, but it's not so "in-your-face" like some places. The kitchen is very clean and is open to the dining area so you can see what's going on "behind the scenes" which is really nice. Reservations are encouraged for parties of 6 or more. I have fallen in love with this place and it seems I am not alone. I've met some fellow diners there who have been coming here 3-5 times a week since it opened 4 years ago. It says a lot for a restaurant when you have a loyal customer base like they have. I would give this place 10 stars if I could and would recommend this restaurant to anyone who enjoys delicious, home-style, asian cooking.

  • Tom W.

    Wonderful little Vietnamese restaurant. We are regulars here and are never disappointed by the food. Unbelievable flavors from authentic fresh herbs and spices, many of which are grown by owner Maria.

  • Dustin S.

    It's like if your vietnamese grandmother opined a restaurant. The food is incredible! That said if you're asian comfort zone stops at pad Thai you might be in for a surprise. The only reason for the 4 stars is the spear tic hours in the evening. I feel like when the owners are around the service better (very nice older couple by the way) I've been turned away from here 45 min before closing time. Also if they are busy don't be in a hurry. Worth the wait though.

  • Jason G.

    Food is authentic and excellent quality. Service is top notch. Highly recommend the Pad Thai or Curry. Not expensive at all. Great date night suggestion.

  • Sophia D.

    Ok food horrible service . The place looks dirty and new a renovation ASAP. The table cloths and plastic over it look 100 years old and they are filthy. It takes them 20 min to get your order and another 20 to get you the right order to your table . If you are going here for lunch it's not worth the time unless you have an hour just to get food and drink refills.

  • Michael M.

    I came here for lunch one day after hearing so much hype from friends and on Yelp. Everyone in town says their food is the best. After sampling a few dishes I am not impressed at all. Yes the ingredients are fresh but the dishes are just lacking in taste. I love Thia and Vietnamese food but here they miss the mark.

  • Judah M.

    Delicious and authentic Vietnamese . Great stop for vegetarians and even vegans. Went with my family. Both my wif and I ordered noodle tofu dishes and loved them. The spring rolls were delicious.

  • Nguyen L.

    This I've got to say is one of the best restaurant in Melbourne FL.. great Asian food, friendly people and fresh ingredients!!! It's a must GO if your around the area!!!

  • D H.

    Bummer..Ok, first want to say that we tried this place a few times and it was good and fresh, per my previous review. Although, this last visit, will literaly be our last visit:( We were the first customers when they opened, ordered Pho and summer rolls and right before we were served our food we saw something fall from the ceiling on the other end of the restaurant. I had my son go and see and it was a mouse that had fallen to the floor..needless to say we were all grossed out and couldn't eat our meal. The worse part is that even after this the owner a little old Vietnamese woman (which i had actually spoken with and liked) still charged us for our entire meal. We will NOT ever return to this establishment and we are super bumbed!!

  • Julia K.

    Still looking for a place to get great Pho in the Melbourne/Cocoa Beach area. Asian Gourmet's pho was decent but a little bland for my taste. The broth just didn't have that deep rich taste that I am used to and crave. Additionally they don't have soup spoons (Asian or American style). My only choices were a table spoon or a serving spoon!?!?! Skip the Saigon roll. Just wasn't that good. Service was severely lacking. Two other tables were occupied during the time I was there and one server was working. She was not attentive at all. I had to constantly track her down for additional beverages, extra lime wedges or anything else I wanted. Prices are decent. Soda is canned so no free refills.

  • Kristin F.

    Best Vietnamese food in Florida! So fresh and tasty! My husband and I have eaten here for years and I always try Vietnamese food everywhere I go, but this is by far the best! Bun with pork in lemongrass sauce and Vietnamese salad as my favorites! My husband loves the green curry. Do yourself a favor and try this place! Awesome vegetarian options.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 9:00pm
  • Mon : 11:00 am - 9:00pm


  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Quiet
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Asian Gourmet Restaurant

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