Bangkok Downtown Location. Easy To Find. Right in The Heart of Downtown Salisbury.

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Address

131 E Innes St, Salisbury, North Carolina


Hours Of Operation

Mon. to Sun.

11:00AM to 2:30PM

4:30 PM to 10:00PM

Contact Info

EMAIL ADDRESS: bangkokdowntown@outlook.com

TELEPHONE: (704) 603-6253

FAX: (704) 603-6254

Customer Testimonials

Sam W

Sushi and Menu selections are excellent. We now live in another state, but visit Bangkok Downtown in Salisbury when visiting our friends and relatives. Accommodating seating for two or large family gatherings. Friendly, courteous, efficient wait staff serving delicious freshly prepared Thai choices while its hot.

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For quick rest baking for the weekend, I have picked out another recipe with Martha Stewart, which is super easy to do and always goes down well: Brownies! However, the raspberry blondies have not been beaten so far. After having experience with monster brownies, they should be a little easier this time. But not boring either. That's when the idea with the caramelized pecans came in handy! Chocola...

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Hach, there it is, the summer. For a few days he is finally back and invites you to barbecue and ice cream. That's why the kitchen stayed relatively cold with me in the last few days. We were either with friends or grilled, as the weather is, ne Zorra? 😉 However, this has accumulated a bit of what remains of my fridge, which now had to be processed. And what about a bunch of vegetables closer than...

fresh salad with brussels sprouts, chorizo ​​and almonds on a plate

When I discovered the salad leafing through an American magazine, it had happened to me. Brussels sprouts as a salad? This will get me right away. One of my - I think - coolest recipes is the raw Brussels sprouts salad with apples, walnuts and pecorino. This will get you real Brussels spunk haters. A real blast recipe. Another winter salad recipe is of course the red cabbage salad with chorizo. Te...

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The Waldorf salad is quick and easy to prepare, but at the same time it is a dish worthy of the best tables. It also allows to combine many vegetables in a single dish, and not necessarily those we eat every day: celery, apples, raisins and nuts....