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119 East Nine Mile Road Pensacola, FL 32534
Open Tue.-Thu. 11am-9:30pm, Fri.-Sat. 11am-10pm & Sun. 11am-9pm
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Jasmine Fusion is a Thai/Asian style restaurant with a single location in north central Pensacola. The restaurant is casual dining but with some nicer touches such as real table cloths. The menu is mostly Thai food with some Chinese and Vietnamese dishes thrown in as well as sushi. The food includes spring rolls, Thai soups and salads, stir fry and wok dishes, curry options, seafood entrees and fried rice selections. Jasmine also has a good mix of wines and martinis.
According to legend, Jasmine was once a pizza place, and the dining room still vaguely feels that way with deep booths, larger tables, and the echoes of pizza making sounds emanating from a busy kitchen blending with the hubbub of loud conversations and rapid fire laughter interspersed with the shaking sound of red pepper containers and fond but distant recollections of young happy children with grinning faces smeared with tomato sauce. But, getting back to reality, Jasmine is tasteful and comfortable. The dining room is sizable enough, and there was sufficient partitions to provide decent privacy. Only a few diners were here around 8:30 on a Saturday night, and the restaurant was very quiet. It can get busy at peak dinner times though, and reservations are not a bad idea for larger groups.
The waiter who also served as maître d' was generally courteous but presented the bill before it was requested, which is tacky and impolite. The spring roll appetizers sucked - soggy and with an unappetizing seafood flavor. But the coconut milk soup was great. It was served spicy by request and had a thick delicious broth and with appetizing chicken and vegetables. The ginger stir fry vegetables entrée with rice was good but not as scrumptious as the soup. The stir fry included onions, peppers, and tofu with a light ginger sauce. It was cooked properly and worked well with rice. There was no way to choose between tiramisu and mango sticky rice for dessert so had to order both. Both were tasty but with a slight edge to the sticky rice, a distinctively Thai dessert made in-house and with a medley of fruit and sugar flavor perfect for those afflicted with a sweet tooth. Other than the egg rolls, Jasmine delivered a satisfying meal in a quiet and relaxing setting. A sequel is likely on a return visit to Pensacola.
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