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Posted by Foodie on 06/27/2012
I have only had the pleasure of eating here once but it was delicious. The caesar salad was like no other the melted tomatoes melt in your mouth and the fried bean croutons are a great idea. I have eaten a lot of seafood here in south Florida but their root crusted grouper was the single best fish entree I have had yet. It was cooked perfectly and the lobster sugar cane sauce was good enough to drink. Even the desserts were great I had what they call a story of chocolate and my wife had fried banana ravioli both were excellent. The place was empty on a Saturday at 8pm and the only reason I see is lack of advertising and being located in the Embassy hotel. If more people knew this place would be packed!
Posted by Pbfoodie on 05/13/2011
Great upscale atmosphere good wine selection and an innovative menu that changes often. Friendly staff but some not well versed in describing menu items so we had a few surprises when dishes arrived. We shared an order of gnocchi with wild mushrooms with a creamy rich sauce and an exotic selection of mushrooms-quite delicious. My game hen entree was disappointing not enough meat to fry in a boneless roll so it tasted of the frying oil rather than hen. The mashed potatoes were too salty as were other side dishes. Everyone else was pleased with their choices- the Chicken Milanaise was moist and tasty, the fish was ocean fresh, the beet risotto outstandingly decadent and rich. We all loved the breads with the assortment of toppings. The presentation of the plates were worthy of photos. Do try it but ask questions about preparation.