• A fairly typical frozen yogurt shop similar to Cherry Berry/Orange Leaf from where I'm from(Madison, WI) as of writing this. It fits in very great on Beach Street with the hot florida sun and the nearby other restaurants/shops. The staff was friendly, the restaurant very clean and kinda modern with neat lighting and generous hours open.
  • The people who worked here were very friendly and made good conversation. Prices and service were great. The tuscany sub I very much enjoyed and next time will try the caprese or something else.
  • Unfortunately I only ate here once on my trip as I wanted to try as many restaurants in the limited time but I could tell there was quite a bit on the menu to explore. Appetizer - The Potato appetizer was a great start to the meal. I highly recommend it. Main course was the veggie BLT. I haven't had many of these before but I enjoyed it. I really liked the seating and decoration as well as the friendly staff and fast service. Beach street and Dancing Avocado Kitchen is a very great combination - especially for the vegans/vegetarians but there is something for everyone!
  • The first Thai place I have eaten at in Daytona. The food is quite good and the pumpkin curry , which I have not had before, was enjoyable. Prices and service was fast. I like the booth seating and it was pretty empty when I stepped in. The bathroom wasn't very great or clean - kinda dim. I'll definitely try this place again
  • I walked here hungry randomly one morning. I've never been a huge breakfast fan due to lack of options or not having a huge desire for omelets so with a bit of reluctance, I wanted to try an omelet. I ordered a feta, spinach and tomato omelet and let me say -- its like something I've never had before. It was the best omelet I have had to be honest. The feta was amazing, the spinach and tomato both fresh. I even added hot sauce for an extra kick. Amazingly enough, the biscuit was a large, generous homemade biscuit. It was just an impressive meal and the staff was friendly.
  • I like the concept and seating and pricing of the place. The food to me is just average but I'm not sure what I can really expect from such fast preparation times(basically fast food pizza). I liked it better than local fast food places where I am (Madison, WI) so it's nice. The $7 deal on Mondays is also a very good deal and you can't beat overlooking the ocean at the top of the Daytona Beach Shoppes.
  • Was not a super huge fan of this place compared to other thai places. The atmosphere of the restaurant was the best in Daytona if I had to pick one. Quiet setting with lots of nice vegetation - under the night sky is perfect. I'd say - order VERY carefully. I can usually handle spicy food but this place was a little beyond what I expected when I choose the "spicy" option. As far as me - it was just average food otherwise; not nearly as good of curry as other places I've gone in Daytona Beach.
  • Dined in and really enjoyed the place. I'm not a vegan (vegetarian) but I always enjoy cheese-less/egg-less options also. The vegan plate had real value with large portion sizes and a lot of interesting options. The taste was good and eating outside on Beach Street is always a plus. The juiced drink I got(Bunny Milk) was one of the best carrot juices I've had. There is a bit of "HUH?" compared to other restaurants as it's kinda unclear where to go/stand or if you should wait or take a seat but after that's all sorted - I am excited to try it again on a different vacation or trip. The cost is $11 but it seemed fair for the plate size - but definitely pushing the price.
  • Probably one of the worst places I went in Daytona Beach for both food and drinks. The service and server were incredibly friendly and prompt. That's what saved this from a 1 star. The problem is honestly that the drinks and food are ridiculously over priced. Got 4 drinks total, an appetizer and 2 entrees and paid nearly $60 after tip. It's not even necessarily that $60 is so much but its the quality - The bloody marys were weak, bland and in plastic cups with tons of ice. The dirty martini(dirty bird or something like that) was again, tons of ice in a plastic cup. The jalapeno hush puppys were honestly good and was the best thing ordered. The cheese quesadilla - not really my thing. Not bad but sadly, not really good either. For what I had - I would say about $30 seemed fair but I'm very down on this place after this. Looked like a great place to watch a sporting event or chill(as it was very chill) - kinda reminded me of a low key sports bar.
  • This one is very mixed in my mind. Service was terrible. Almost 10 minutes to even get offered a drink. After ordering a drink, the server took off without asking if we wanted to order appetizers/or anything - we had forever sitting there looking at the menu already. Although the server apologized - I don't know what the delay was exactly; it seemed like they had a lot of employees to customers but maybe they were too spread out or something. Ordered an appetizer of garlic bread without realizing there was complimentary bread(didn't say on the menu or I just missed it.) so wasted a little $. Who really needs garlic bread WITH bread? The Eggplant Parmesan/Lasagna I got I actually really enjoyed. Unfortunately, I got terrible food poisoning eating here and yes, I wash my hands before touching food every meal and rarely get sick eating out-especially italian Between the slow service and the food illness - probably got knocked down from a 3 to a 2. Prices were high and you are definitely paying for the atmosphere here. Both the interior and exterior of the restaurant are great.