notch service in a relaxing, stylish atmosphere. Reviewed 6-15-12. Kin Noodle Bar — 200 S. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 561-361-8777. Pan-Asian noodles including pad Thai, Japanese pan-fried noodles and Vietnamese style soup with house-made rice noodles. Great draft beer selection. Inexpensivemoderate. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed12-7-12. Old Place Asian Bistro & Bar — 2885 S. Federal Highway, Delray Beach, 561-266-9298. Owned by a South Florida restaurant veteran, Old Place offers a menu that is chock full of moderately priced Szechwan and Hunan fare. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Review 3-30-12.
La Cigale — 253 S.E. Fifth Ave., Delray Beach, 561-265-0600. Gourmet French/Mediterranean cuisine in a traditional, elegant setting. Expensive. Dinner. Reviewed1-18-13. Cote France Café — 100 Plaza Real South, 561-955-6021, Boca Raton. Sandwiches on house-made baguettes and every classic French pastry is sold at this fast-casual cafe in Royal Palm Place. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Inexpensive. Reviewed 5-2-13.
Bad Ragaz Hall and Biergarten — 1417 S. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach, 561-336-3297. Outstanding German beer and modern German food is served at this contemporary beer hall. Moderateexpensive. Dinner. Reviewed 8-23-16.
Italio — 1658 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 561-392-7778. Fast, assemblyline Italian pasta, salads and wraps. Quality is high. The price is right. Inexpensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 6-7-13. Meatball Room — 3011Yamato Road, Boca Raton, 561-409-4111. Along with the signature meatballs, the big Italian menu includes pizza, chicken, veal, fish, pasta and perhaps the largest dessert menu in South Florida. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 2-28-14. Raffaele Ristorante — 508 Via De Palmas, Boca Raton, 561-392-1110. After 20 years in Manhattan, Raffaele Esposito moved to Boca, where his sophisticated menu is served with an emphasis on personal service. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 4-27-12. Segreto — 39 SE First Ave., Boca Raton, 561-465-2888. Chef Rino Vesuvio, who for 25 years owned Vesuvio’s in Pompano Beach, prepares Old World Italian in a chic setting with excellent service. Expensive-very expensive. Dinner. Reviewed 5-3-13. Tanzy — 301Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561-922-6699. Mizner Park’s most-upscale dining choice before or after a movie at the adjoining iPic Theaters offers artisanal Italian in a whimsically glamorous setting. Lunch, dinner, bunch. Reviewed11-9-12.
Euro Fusion Restaurant and Bar — 6877 SW18th St., Boca Raton, 561-395-1109. Quality and variety in kosher food, served in a stylish environment. Moderate. Breakfast and lunch every day but Saturday. Dinner nightly. Reviewed 8-24-12. Joseph’s Wine Bar and Grill — 200 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach 561-272-6100. Fine wines and excellent European/Middle Eastern cuisine in a chic, sophisticated setting. Expensive. Reviewed 9-28-12. Mozart Café — 7300 W. Camino Real, Boca Raton, 561-367-3412. This eclectic Kosher restaurant offers a bright, cheery dining experience for observant Jews and Gentiles alike. The falafel platter is a standout. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Moderate. Reviewed11-30-12.
50 Ocean — 40 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach, 561-278-3364. The best ocean view in Delray Beach serves contemporary seafood and other American fare in a handsome setting. Expensivevery expensive. Lunch, brunch, dinner. Reviewed 5-11-12. Racks Fish House + Oyster Bar — 5 SE Second Ave., Delray Beach, 561-450-6718. Great oysters are served along with shrimp and grits, trout almondine and a burger topped with crispy oysters. Moderateexpensive. Lunch, dinner, brunch. Reviewed 5-24-13. Azul — 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, 305-913-8358. Modern fine dining is alive and well at this waterside temple to eclectic new American cuisine. Very expensive. Dinner. Reviewed 5-17-13. Blue Collar — Biscayne Inn, 6730 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, 305-756-0366. Chef Danny Serfer’s homage to comfort/diner food is set in the lobby of an old motel. Inexpensive-moderate. Lunch, dinner, brunch. Reviewed 12-21-12. Bread + Butter — 2330 Salzedo St., Coral Gables, 305-442-9622. Cuban food meets the gastropub at chef Alberto Cabrera’s storefront eatery. Moderate. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Reviewed11-14-13. Copper Chimney Indian Restaurant — 18090 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, 305-974-0075. Authentic Indian in an upscale setting. Moderateexpensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 9-27-13. Dolce Italian — 1690 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-975-2550. Classic Italian pizza and pasta served in a gorgeously renovated1941hotel. Moderate-expensive. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Reviewed 3-22-13. Eating House — 804 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305-448-6524. The most-inventive small-plates restaurants in South Florida, with “Chopped” winner Giorgio Rapicavoli at the helm. Brunch, dinner. Expensive. Reviewed 3-10-13. Edge Steak and Bar — 1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-381-3190. Locally grown ingredients and smaller portions are on the menu at this chic steakhouse on the seventh floor of the Four Seasons. Expensive- very expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed11-23-12. Escopazzo — 1311Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-674-9450. Open since 1993, this modern-Italian restaurant serves inventive organic food with many vegan and vegetarian choices. Expensive-very expensive. Dinner. 10-26-12. Estiatorio Milos by Costas Spiliadis — 730 First St., Miami Beach, 305-604-6800. Pristine seafood, exquisite surroundings and pampered service make this an exceptional restaurant. Very expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 8-31-12. Fish Fish — 13488 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami, 786-732-3124. The combination fish market/restaurant gets a big upgrade at this bistro, where fresh Florida seafood is prepared any way you like. Expensive-very expensive. Lunch. Dinner. Reviewed 8-25-13. Florida Cookery — 1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786-276-0333. Chef Kris Wessel uses historical recipes along with his own in his homage to Sunshine State food and eating, from alligator empanadas to grilled wild-boar chops. Expensive. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Reviewed 2-7-13.