Kata Vero Beach Menu Offers Great Lunches

Vero Beach Kata offers a great lunch menu.
Vero Beach Kata offers a great lunch menu.

VERO BEACH, Florida – The Kata in Vero Beach offers an incredible menu for a Thai lunch or dinner at a great price, and there’s more.

Kata offers an authentic Japanese cuisine experience that is similar to Wasabi Sebastian with great food. It’s right off 20th Street in downtown Vero Beach across from the Post Office.

Lunch is open from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and reopens at 4:00 p.m. for dinner. The average price for a meal with salad is about $9.

You have to try their homemade salad that comes topped with an authentic ginger dressing. It is one of the reasons we keep going back to this place. The sushi is also made fresh to order.

We visited the restaurant five times during a 1-month span and the salad has always been made fresh and crisp. That says a lot because some restaurants are either hit or miss when it comes to the food.

They are very consistent with their food without missing a beat. Their egg rolls are crunchy and fresh, as well as the carrots that go onto their salad.

There is a lounge area when you first walk in that can serve as a meeting place or to relax and enjoy a cocktail. It’s a great setting to socialize or to take a date.

Try the cashew nut with chicken and rice, or the chicken and rice. For sushi, try their tuna rolls.

If visiting for lunch, make sure you order from the Thai lunch selection inside the menu. We made the mistake once by ordering a dinner portion, which was a little more in price.

Kata’s service is also fast and courteous when we checked out the restaurant.

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Andy Hodges grew up in Jupiter, Florida where he began his career in radio and TV broadcasting for over 12 years. He would make a career change to computer programming. Andy spent seven years working for tech companies in Atlanta before moving to Indian River County in 2002. He returned to the news sector in 2005 as a writer. Andy joined Sebastian Daily in 2016 as our editor in chief.