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05/14/2013
By: brisa88
Sushigo
Went there last night because I hadn't heard of this place, and I know most places in deerfield/boca/delray. Decided to meet a friend there, where the place was small and clean and looked like a very cute typical sushi place. We got there pretty late for a monday night and there were only a couple people there. However, the sushi was THE BEST I've had in a VERY long time. It was fresh and good portioned, presented specialty rolls creatively, which looked amazing. The fish didn't taste like some other places, where the fish can taste a bit fishy/bloody which is gross. We shared a tuna tartar, which was on point. I ordered a rainbow and spicy tuna roll, which were again, excellent. At the end of our meal, the sushi chef and owner Joe came over and brought us a small piece of mochi for us to share. He asked about our meal and then told us a bit about himself. It so happens, he's had MANY years of experience and worked at NOBU for years (if you know good sushi, then you'll know NOBU is on another level) as well as many finer sushi places around the country. He also told us he as a special freezer, which freezes the fish after being butchered to -30Celsius. He explained the importance of it to kill bacteria and better the quality. Awesome place and food, defintely must try.
03/05/2016
By: Sarah J.
DAVITO'S Italian Restaurant
Stumbled across this place after reading some awesome reviews online and was looking for a new Italian place, and this place over delivered. We sampled a variety of dishes and each was better than the last. The sauce was to die for, the fish was cooked perfectly and the pizza was other worldly. I don't know how I've been missing out on 'Grandma's Pie' my entire life, but I now know that I simply can not exist with out it. If it's the one thing you try, get it. Your mind will be blown. A definitely must!
04/05/2013
By: daniellec06
Sushigo
THIS IS THE BEST SUSHI I HAVE EVER HAD!!!!! And it will be the best sushi you will have ever had too! And i've tried a lot of sushi spots in Florida...I was weary about leaving this review because I want this to stay my own secret amazing sushi spot, but since it's a new restaurant I want to tell everyone about it so it can stay open!Go to this place if you like sushi! Joe will serve you the freshest fish you could ever eat. Guaranteed.
11/21/2015
By: Maria G.
La Rosa Nautica Peruvian Seafood Restaurant and Catering
We were really lucky to find la rosa nautica for our company anniversary celebration. Great service and the food was fantastic. everything was delicious. i highly recommend them for any of your catering needs and also the restaurant. I was so impressed with the quality they provided us on our party that my family and I visited their restaurant next day, and they did a great job again.
03/24/2017
By: Rui P.
Le Sorelle Restaurant Italian Pizza and Wine Bar
This is the place that checks all three boxes for: great atmosphere, excellent food and friendly service. You feel at home when you're eating at The Sorelle and it is undoubtedly the BEST Italian restaurant in the area. Their home baked bread is to die for.
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02/28/2016
By: Brian F.
Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill
Food was cold salty greasy service was good manager dropped food went all over my shirt had to go all the way home to change because I had to meet someone later asked about a discount she's like accidents happen had to drive an extra 40 miles because of that
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09/08/2009
By: wayneo
Fran's Chicken Haven
I HAVEN'T BEEN TO SOUTH FLORIDA LATELY. BUT A RECENT VISIT BROUGHT ME PASSED FRAN'S. I REMEMBER GOING THERE IN THE EARLY 60'S AND THE FOOD WAS GREAT. WE STOPPED IN AGAIN AND I WAS NOT DISAPOINTED. THE SAME QUALITY IS STILL THERE. CONTINUED SUCCESS TO YOU
02/02/2014
By: Wendy S.
Madison's New York Grill & Bar
Salad dressing are oily, no taste. Managers did not handle minor issue. Front desk gives you beeper, with no estimate of the wait. When asked they state 30 minutes. We waited 10. Go somewhere else.No one works / offers drinks in the outside bar area?
08/13/2015
By: Manuel T.
La Rosa Nautica Peruvian Seafood Restaurant and Catering
This is an authentic Peruvian restaurant located in East Boca Raton. I go often for lunch, they have a great lunch menu that is not only delicious, but reasonably price. I highly recommend it.
07/08/2017
By: Jason J.
Tucker Dukes
Very good Burgers. I've been to the original in Deerfield Beach and I believe this place does a great job of keeping the same great taste.
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