What’s the one cuisine type that I would say that Vero Beach needs the most? From all the discussions about it in our Facebook foodie groups, that would be Chinese. After Szechuan Palace closed back in 2019, Vero lost its last sit-down Chinese restaurant. While I never got a chance to try it, they did get rave reviews. Now all we are left with is “just ok” take out from several places around town. While this new place doesn’t necessarily specialize in just Chinese, they do offer a nice variety of Asian dishes, and what I tried during my review was really good.
Upon arrival one afternoon, I noticed the sign on the building said, “Viet Seafood House” and not Red Wok. The story as I understand it goes like this. Miss Saigon sold the place to the previous owner of Viet Bowl, who opened Viet Seafood House and the place was open for about a month. This was news to me, since I usually have my ear to the ground, and I didn’t hear anything about it. Apparently, and this is only speculation on my part, they just didn’t get enough business to stay open, and the place changed hands to the new owners who now run Red Wok. They just opened on Friday, March 11th, so they are still very new and are still figuring things out. They hope to hire more help very soon, so please be patient if you decide to dine with them. The new owners just moved to Vero Beach from Kansas only a few weeks ago. The owner and head chef has over 30 years’ experience in the restaurant industry and is very familiar with Chinese food, so hopefully this place will once and for all finally solve our lack of good Chinese food in town!
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Now let’s dive right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat!
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