From full-service eateries to smaller walk-up counters, Asian restaurants have been a popular local dining choice for years. Beginning on February 3, downtown Tavares will have another option on the table, Asian Invasion, an eatery featuring a diverse menu of Japanese, Thai and Korean dishes.
Located in the former space of Lake Dora Sushi and Sake at 227 E. Main Street, Asian Invasion will serve a wide selection of traditional Thai dishes like pad Thai, chicken satay, kao pad, and various curries, as well as soups like tom kha, lemongrass, and tom yum koong. The plentiful Japanese offerings include teriyaki and sushi dinners, specialty rolls, tuna tataki, tempura, salads, sashimi, and bento boxes. The restaurant will also feature Korean dishes, but only as specials.
Asian Invasion will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Beer, wine and sake will also be available.
The same Main Street location served Lake Dora Sushi and Sake well for eight years before it closed last November in preparation to open Fun-Ko’s Poke Bowl & Asian Snacks inside Mount Dora Marketplace. The build-your-own bowl concept opened at 334 N. Donnelly Street in January.
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