than Madrid, this happily stuck-intime Spanish restaurant is delicious all the same. Spanish, European/Italian. Lunch, dinner. Moderate-expensive. Reviewed 8-10-2016. Eduardo de San Angel — 2822 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-4731. Chef-owner Eduardo Pria was born in Mexico City and trained in Europe and he has run this cozy restaurant for 25 years. Little has changed here through the decades and his dependable “Mexican-infused” global food features quality ingredients, good sauces and classic technique. Moderateexpensive. Dinner. Reviewed 8-18-17.
Burlock Coast — 1N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-302-6460. Located at the Ritz-Carlton, this is a beachside eatery offers a vibe that is more unpretentious party than exclusive club. Try the smoked fish dip. Expensive. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Reviewed 4-1-16. Poke House – 666 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale. 754200-4555. High-quality bowls of raw marinated fish will lure sushi and seafood lovers to this casual Hawaiian surf-themed spot. Tuna, salmon and Hamachi are served over rice, kale or quinoa. Lunch, dinner. Inexpensive-moderate. Reviewed 3-29-17. Sea Watch on the Ocean — 6002 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-781-2200. In business since 1974, this oceanfront restaurant boasts a postcard-perfect view, fresh food and dependable service. Moderateexpensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 5-27-16.
Arun’s Indian Kichen — 10278 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs, 954-227-1123. Arun and Anu Sareen run this marvelous hole in the wall with a deliber-