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Posted by Diane D on 11/25/2011
I had something called Pecan Encrusted Salmon Trout, mainly because I wanted to see what it was. It seems it is trout that is raised with salmon so it's pink. It was absolutely delicious, and fairly priced at, I believe, $23.99. I would definitely return and have the same dish.
Posted by TJf on 12/26/2010
Didn't know what to expect, given that it was a holiday, but it was really a great place...service and atmosphere was impeccable, food was delish...its a pricey place and my only criticism is that the portions were a little on small side. DEF would go back...also can buy fresh fish, raw and cooked, as well! Loved it!
Posted by Dr. Risk on 09/28/2010
Very elegant, in a Florida kind of way. Simple decor, tastefully done, surprising for a hotel, especially a Hilton. We went for the Flavor Palm Beach Special, and were saved from disappointment by a smart waiter. My wife had the clam chowder, excellent, and the Hong Kong style salmon. The salmon was refeshing and not drowned in soy sauce or ginger. I ordered the clams casino. Disappointing. Unshucked, crammed with bell pepper (which makes me ill! Why does EVERYBODY think it goes with everything???) I just pushed it aside. The waiter came shortly thereafter and offered any other appetizer, of which I selected the lobster bisque, which was absolutely stupendous. It was far too much, a cup would have been better than the bowl. It was not overloaded with tomato either, and had some brandy in it which really sets it apart. For the entree I had the tilapia Francese--just outstanding, and so hot I couldn't eat it for a few minutes. But it stayed hot until I was done although I could not finish it all. We brought the key lime pie home to have later. The entire winelist was offered at half price, which was fairly decent since the cheapest bottle listed was $32. This place is NOT cheap, but well worth it occasionally, given the quality of the food; even with the Flavor Palm Beach special the bill came to $93.00. I would have been about $135 otherwise. There is tons of free parking and complimentary valet parking. Make a reservation just in case; we went on Monday when it's not usually crowded, but you never know, especially with an expense account crowd at the Hilton next door.
Posted by FishLover on 02/16/2010
I love the look of this place. Its a stage set of clean ultra white and dark woods. Went there for Valantine's night. Place was already crowded when we got there for 7:15 reservation. Sat at bar until hostess came for us. Our wait was minimal, and our table for 2 was probably one of the best in the house overlooking the water. Our waiter was knowledgeable, polite, and attentive. Unfortunately, the food that was served to us that night came up woefully short for the price charged. Not that it was inediable, but for their pricing I expected far more in taste and preperation. Their mussels in white wine shallots and garlic are a wonderful value. Great Bar, but do try to go for H Hour or for lunch.
Posted by gary on 02/02/2010
Crabmeat stuffed lobster special came out luke warm. I sent it back to be heated up. It came back ten minutes later just as cold on a very hot plate. Gumbo was very good, but if you can't bring out a hot entree in two tries I'm not coming back. The waiter was nice and tried his best.
Posted by gesusser on 10/29/2009
a nightmare to park at; very slow service; numerous problems w/ food quality;snapper was tasteless & not eaten nor taken off the bill; they ran out of lobster specials and refused to substitute just as everyone else ws getting meal; eating out at such an expensive place should be a pleasure, not a hassle as this place was from start to finish
Posted by miriam Spiller on 10/11/2009
we enjoyed eating lunch and late afternoons dinners on the weekends. If the prices were less expensive more people would join in for the lunches and City would not have to close for lunch on the weekends.