West Palm Beach, FL 33405
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
The ladies and gentlemen who haunt this place are of a type - they travel in packs, emitting the faint green rustle of freshly minted cash. Their designer jeans (size 0 or 2) cost $450; they are putting their plastic surgeons' kids through law school. But don't let it put you off: This gorgeous space, run by two expats from Bice Ristorante across the bridge, ought to be shared by us all. The Italian/sushi/tapas menu (OK, that's a little weird) is huge and varied: delightful tapas like the warm chick-pea cake mixed with goat cheese and topped with sautéed mushrooms; mini rice balls subtly laced with mozzarella and Parmesan and holding a tiny dab of meat sauce in their center; baby spare ribs in apricot sauce; tuna tartar with eggplant; white and mushroom pizzas; composed salads; and bowls of barley and bean or egg drop soup. Plus 13 varieties of fresh pasta and three of dried, plus a first-rate balsamic roasted chicken and osso buco.
Tips from foursquare
The best Italian food outside of Rome.
Extensive Italian wine list. If you know your italian wines there is something for you here.
For an intimate dinner, sit outside to avoid the noise and the crowds. We loved the Crab Cakes, Veal Meatballs, Tuna Tartar and the Spaghetti with Scallops and Asparagus.
Very tasty pasta dishes in a perfect small portion size that leaves you wanting just a bit more.
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