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Posted by C Mihok on 02/04/2012
We went on a Monday night and there was a wait so we thought hey, must be good! The duck I ordered was very good if you are a connoiseur of duck. The lobster bisque had not one little chunk of lobster in it though. My husbands steak was ordered medium rare and brought out well done. He said the steak was not fresh.The bread they bring out and the salads that go with your meals are superb. Nice atmosphere though...
Posted by TequestaLocal on 11/27/2011
Truly traditional gourmet food without the frills. Atmosphere is low key, simple. But the dishes are prepared like a finer restaurant. Love bringing our parents here when they are in town. Tequesta's locals try to keep this place a secret.
Posted by Sandy on 07/23/2009
We (my wife and I )live in Palm City and don't mind the 20 mile drive to Cobblestone Cafe because we have dined there 4 times in the last 4 months and , so far, we have not been disappointed. The ambience-decor is comfortable, the service has been very satisfactory, the menu items are fairly creative and well prepared and the prices are not cheap, but are reasonable. We like this cafe and will return. The chef/owner does a good job. For example, this evening I had the "Prosciuto wrapped boneless chicken breast w/ spinach gorgonzola cream sauce", caesar salad and my wife had the "Macadamia nut encrusted snapper" -- all three were excellent. Cobblestone Cafe is a nice place and we recommend it.
Posted by Kate on 07/06/2008
Three of us were dining, and everyone ordered from the Early Prix Fixe Menu, which includes soup or salad, entrée, and dessert for $15.95. I got a free appetizer sampler by using a coupon printed from online. The appetizer sampler, which consisted of 3 quarter size crab cakes, coconut-crusted shrimp and scallops, grilled tuna, and a shredded salad, was tasty and well-prepared. I ordered an extra crab cake appetizer for $8.95 and received only one three-inch crab cake which was not worth the cost. The bread rolls were delicious and hot out of the oven. Although the lobster bisque tasted good, it was too salty. We had to gulp water while eating the bisque to cut the saltiness. The lamb shank in rosemary-wine sauce was very tender but did not have any flavor or seasoning. The rosemary-wine sauce tasted so weak that I could not tell that rosemary or Cabaret wine was used in the dish. Plus, they did not give enough of the so-called rosemary-wine sauce to moisten the lamb so it was dry and tasteless. The carrots, green beans, and red bell peppers accompanying the meals were undercooked and freezer burned. The garlic mashed potatoes and red cabbage tasted good. My friend had the almondine trout, which was flavorless without any seasoning at all. When it came time to order our desserts which were included with the Early Prix Fixe Menu, the waitress named the linzertorte (raspberry cookie), oatmeal pie, ice cream, and sorbet as the only desserts to choose from. She conveniently failed to mention the brownie sundae or the cheesecake as part of the [select]ion (because the brownie and cheesecake are more expensive than a scoop of ice cream or a cookie) although they were listed as being included on the Early Prix Fixe Menu. I remembered the brownie sundae being on the menu so I ordered it. My friend asked for a dessert menu, but the waitress would not bring it. My brownie was so hard and dry that I could not eat it. However, the oatmeal pie was good. The service was extremely slow although there were only three other tables of customers, and the staff was unfriendly. They acted as though they were too busy to answer questions and take our order. The Cobblestone Café’s food is edible but not enjoyable or exceptional. None of us would eat at it again.