$12 for $25 Worth of Thai Cuisine and Drinks at Buddha's Belly

Jacksonville Beach

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Customer Reviews

173 Ratings

I really enjoyed your VERY friendly bar staff. I sat at the bar and really enjoyed your happy hour appetizer menu as well as your happy drink menu. Everything I ordered was delicious. I really need to find the time to get back out to the beach and eat at your restaurant again. I also really like how it would be a good place for a business lunch, date night, or girls night out--very versatile restaurant.
Amy W. · May 2, 2013
Naan was wonderful, patient and kind in assisting us with dinner choices. Please make sure diners are aware that all of the curry dishes have a coconut base. It makes it sweeter than typical curries. The food was wonderful. We will be back. Thank you.
Charlotte B. · February 21, 2013
Thank you.
Joe P. · February 17, 2013

What You'll Get


The stomach is the most historically significant component of the human anatomy, having played a pivotal role in numerous nineteenth-century navel battles as well as in Woodrow Wilson's famed 14-point Belly Flop of 1919. Celebrate much-revered midsections with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of food and drink at Buddha's Belly, located in Jacksonville Beach.

Buddha's Belly features a menu of more than 50 authentic, made-to-order Thai and pan-Asian dishes. Drawing upon fresh ingredients imported from all 19 corners of the world, the delectable spectrum of palate-pleasers is designed to satisfy carnivores, herbivores, and veganosauruses alike. Commence the gastric festivities with a starter such as the satay ($7.50), which includes skewers of marinated chicken or tofu stood on-end and paired with peanut sauce and cucumber salad, or consider one of five different soups, such as the Adaman Seasoup ($8.95), teeming with 20,000 leagues of nautical nourishment. Kalua Ribs ($15.95) with pineapple-honey glaze and coconut rice are worth their weight in moist towelettes, while the Hot Stuff (Kra Pow) ($10.95 for meat or tofu, $13.95 for fish) provides a daunting challenge to those with air-conditioned appetites. Pabulum treasurers can pad tongues with pad thai, available with chicken, pork, beef, or tofu ($9.95, $12.95 for shrimp or scallops). Buddha's Belly's curry options include Pra Ram, which can be paired with chicken, pork, or beef ($13.95); tofu ($13.95); eggplant ($15.95); or shrimp, scallops, or fish ($16.95); and an Ocean Duck Curry ($17.95) laced with delicious duck and seafood. All sauces and curries are free of MSG and are vegan-friendly.

Open for both lunch and night lunch, Buddha’s Belly features a full bar and an extensive wine list. The restaurant complements its ingestible attractions with an airy interior and precise lighting, fostering an atmosphere that allows customers to feel as though they've yet again stumbled into the dimension-shattering portal leading directly to Thailand.

Reviews

Bhudda's Belly gets a modest three-star average from eight Yelpers, four stars on average from OpenTablers with 80% of Urbanspooners liking it, and a positive review in the Florida Times-Union.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Feb 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Tax & gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Buddha Thai Bistro


The couples eating Valentine's Day dinner at Buddha Thai Bistro would have been flooded with rose pedals, if not for the gauzy tapestries that hung from the ceiling and held them aloft. The eatery's ceiling is a canvas that changes with the seasons, sporting hundreds of folded paper sculptures for the Thai New Year or colorful streamers for other celebrations. Though the decor fluctuates, Buddha Thai Bistro's commitment to flavorful cuisine remains constant. In the kitchen, seven varieties of curry simmer with meat and vegetables, fried rice sizzles alongside eggs and glass noodles, and extra spices lend a sobering kick to drunk-man noodles, served for lunch or dinner. A new vegan menu offers dishes such as soy shrimp and papaya salad and tofu egg rolls, and a robust wine menu helps diners pair reds, whites, and sakes with their meals.

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