Lake Worth in Florida: Dining Posted January 14, 2008 · Edited January 14, 2008 by Rebecca263 (log) I haven't been to Lake Worth in over a year, but we used to show at a lot fo places there, and my Kiddle always adored the Bizaare Avenue Cafe's way with fish;they always serve some kind of white fish on a crusty roll that she devours. I usually get soup and a lot of wine, when we go there. The menu is nothing stellar, kind of mid 90's- they have their version of tapas. A bit pricey for the quality of the food.The decor is kind of cutesie, with sofas and such. I don't really care for the seating arrangements, just because I don't like to eat bending over a coffee table. Unless I'm sitting on the floor. Here, you sit on a chair or a sofa, so you have to lean a bit to eat. They're good for coffee and appetizers, just a mixed bag.What I really adore is going along the roads and finding some little Mexican or Peruvian or Ecuadorian place and just ordering. I've had some great crispy whole fried fish, burritos, tacos, mole, stews, so many things! Lucerne Ave and Lake Ave come to mind. Also, I'm not sure if they're still there, but New Seoul Korean is a great restaurant.Have the noodles! They're on Lake Ave. Check the telephone book when you get to Lake Worth, and see if they're around- the food was really fantastic last July, and they had grills for meat, too. The aroma in the restaurant made me hungry, even when I wasn't!If you want Indian, go to Saffron, it's not in Lake Worth, but it isn't far- I like their breads- they have a lunch buffet- good for a group to go and share a fun meal.Actually, I am editing this: I was last in Lake Worth last July- I have chemo brain, sorry!