Basmati’s Asian Cuisine in Santa Rosa Beach Announces New Dining Hours

Locally owned for more than 16 years, Basmati’s Asian Cuisine has been serving diners in Santa Rosa Beach, FL, and throughout the Panhandle. Known for its sophisticated atmosphere and health conscious fare, the restaurant has long been a popular destination for diners in the area. Basmati’s Asian Cuisine is now introducing new times for happy hour and their sushi service to better serve its guests.

The new happy hour at Basmati’s Asian Cuisine is from 5:00-6:00pm. The restaurant made the change to better accommodate the ‘after-work’ crowd as well as early evening diners. Guests are invited to visit and try some of the many specials available during happy hour. Specials include half-priced appetizers, sushi, wine, beer, and well drinks.

With the happy hour time change, Basmati’s Asian Cuisine also moved the hours for their sushi service. Fresh-made sushi is now available starting at 5:00pm to coincide with the new happy hour specials. Sushi service continues until the restaurant closes. One thing that did not change with the new happy hour time is the restaurant’s lunch service, which runs from 11:00am-3:00pm.

Basmati’s Asian Cuisine is a locally owned restaurant featuring “Asian Inspired Classical Cuisine” for over 16 years. In that time, the restaurant has become well known for its unique cuisine and exotic dishes. Diners can choose from a variety of fresh local seafood, sushi, and many healthy meat and vegetarian dishes. Most dishes are served with imported Jasmine rice and fresh, seasonal produce. Guests are invited to dine in the “sleek and sophisticated” dining room, or outside on the screened porch, overlooking Draper Lake. The restaurant has been recognized and featured in a variety of local and national publications, including Southern Living, the New York Times, and 30A Review.

Basmati’s Asian Cuisine has been serving the freshest seafood, sushi and finest meats available with seasonal vegetables, may organic, and steamed jasmine rice for 16 years on the Florida Panhandle. Featured in Southern Living, the New York Times, and 30A Review. Basmati is known for its sleek and sophisticated, very romantic yet relaxing indoor and outdoor screen porch dining. For more information visit their website at