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TAMARIND ASIAN GRILL AND SUSHI BAR

 949 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL 33441
Tel. 954.428.8009 

WHAT MAKES TAMARIND SO UNIQUE?

THERE ARE THREE SEPARATE ROOMS. EACH ROOM SETS ITS OWN TONE BY THE DECOR AND AMBIANCE. IF YOU ARE IN THE MELLOW AND ZEN MOOD, DO TRY OUR TRADITIONAL MAIN DINING ROOM FILLED WITH EXOTIC STATUES.

WHEN ENTERING THE SUSHI ROOM

Othe Decor Will Make You Feel Like You Have The Best Of Both Worlds, Eastern And Western Surrounded With Contemporary And Trendy Colors That Flow Perfectly Into The Sushi Lounge.

TAMARIND'S MENU IS EXTREMELY VERSATILE.

It Ranges From Unique Salad Dishes Such As The Fresh Green Papaya Salad To Our Various Stir-Fried Dishes, Our Delicious Grilled Entrees And Tamarind's Favorites, Such As The Whole Snapper And The Four Different Styles Of Curries.

We offer an amazing selection of spirits and a creative and extremely fresh variety of cocktails. Come by and try one!

THE SUSHI SELECTIONS

The Sushi Selections Are Stacked With Bold Flavors And Colorful Presentations Led By Our Sushi Chef Tom Who Presided And Worked In Japan As An Executive Chef For Many Years Before Joining Our Family.

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WHAT OUR FANTASTIC CUSOMER SAY

By definition, the tamarind is a sweet-and-sour-tasting pod most often used to flavor East Indian and Middle Eastern foods. Their trees are grown mostly in northern Africa and Asia, especially India. Tamarind, therefore, is a curious name for a restaurant specializing in Japanese and Thai cuisines. Nomenclature aside, however, this restaurant makes perfect sense.
I truly enjoyed the food here. Looking at the menu, I knew right away I wanted the Red Dragon Roll. It came out very pretty and super fresh! My other person got the drunken noodles with beef and I absolutely loved it. Not many places can cook/serve drunken noodles well so I was very interested in trying that dish. I wish i had the stomach capacity to order the sashimi platter. The table next to us got it and it looked SO fresh. 
From Chiang Mai special noodle soup to spice-packed curries, Thai food is anything but simple. It's a complicated choreography of ingredients like fish sauce, dried shrimp paste, and lemongrass combined with seemingly incongruous spices such as coriander, basil, garlic, ginger, cumin, cardamom, and cinnamon. But the heart of this cuisine is about balance, a chef mastering the full spectrum of flavors and creating a single, harmonious finish.

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