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Posted by Anonymous on 02/25/2010
Veal you cut with a fork and a fantastic wine cellar . A hidden gem.
Posted by GGE from KY on 01/25/2010
It's looks like a hole in the wall from the outside, but once inside, white tablecloth, varied selections, personal service and our choice for the evening was excellent. After reading other reviews I was skeptical to say the least, but it was within walking distance from Palm Beach Shores Resort and our first choice for the evening was closed. We ordered the cioppino. Asked if we could split? 7.00 plate charge - no problem. We both had salads and each plate arrived with lobster tail, dolphin, clams, mussels, shrimp and fish served over linguini. Lite sauce not over powering, letting the seafood stand out. We were very pleased with dinner. Not rushed, no caffeteria noise and I never once saw a pan handler or anyone else begging outside on the street as alluded to in an earlier post.
Posted by Sara on 01/10/2010
One of the worst experiences ever encountered at a restaurant. The tea, soup and pasta were barely warm. They were unable to be reheated, because their microwave was broken. The bread was burnt, the grouper was not fresh, the chicken marsala was tough and unedible. Four out of seven main courses were returned. The soup was tasty, but cold. Their espresso machine was broken. Not a very gratifying experience for a family reunion. I felt awful for the waitress having to serve such food. I will be sure to advise the Marriott not to recommend this restaurant. Don't understand how they can stay in business?
Posted by Linda & Mike on 09/10/2009
We ate here the first night we stayed at the Marriot and it was excellent! We happened into the place with no concierge recommendation. We liked it so much that we ordered takeout a second time during the week...pizza and antipasto, which was also excellent. In my opinion they used quality ingredients, gave us large portions (which provided a second meal) and took care with the food. We highly recommend the place.
Posted by antonio on 08/17/2009
my wife and I were told to go to max and eddie's cucina by our concierge at the marriott- what a disappointment! The pasta was overcooked and the sauce tasted as though it was out of a ragu jar- the surrounding atmosphere is filled with homeless and crack addicts all begging for money and a seedy run down bar next door- don't believe the concierge on this place