Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Lighthouse Point. Lighthouse Point is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. The city was named for the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse, which is located in nearby Hillsboro Beach. As of the 2010 census, the population of Lighthouse Point was 10,344. Lighthouse Point is a part of the Miami metropolitan area, which was home to an estimated 6,012,331 people at the 2015 census.
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4 based on 165 reviews
Some of our reviews: "Best Restaurant in North Broward" (Sun-Sentinel) âSurprisingly Awesome Strip Mall Restaurantâ (Zagat).. "Elin & Andy Trousdale continue to wow guests from their funky storefront French-influenced bistro." (John Tanasychuck, Sun Senti
We came in for dinner. We had reservations.We had the Beef Wellington a long wait 1 hr and 30 mins . Our server told us 3 others ordered beef wellington and it takes longer ??BOTH servers seemed confused and RUNNING INTO EACH OTHER unorganized and needed training. I asked for some more bread hmm never got it. We had to ask for our Sorbet. A strange lady outside window on the sidewalk washing her clothes with the rain water. THE FOOD & Wine WAS EXCELLENT. The restaurant was cute and quaint. Glad you enjoyed our Motherâs Day comedy dinner theater! All kidding aside, we are very happy you enjoyed your dinner overall and apologize for the service issues during your visit. Beef Wellington normally take 35 to 40 minutes from the time the order is put in. Itâs prepared to order only. It did take longer on such a busy night. Please come back again to enjoy our fine food, wine, lovely ambiance and improved customer service. Thank you.
4 based on 784 reviews
World-Famous, Internationally Acclaimed Chef Ron Weisheit uses Organic Farm-Raised Produce, line caught seafood, South Florida Seasonal produce, sustainable grass fed meats, to artfully transform his dishes into delicious master pieces of modern day art c
This was our first time here and thereâs a talented chef in the kitchen. The food was well prepared and there was an array of tastes on our plates. However, when thereâs a $30 corkage charge itâd be nice if the wine glasses were refilled one time.
4 based on 350 reviews
The Beachcomber Resort and Villas and the Deep Restaurant are currently under renovation and are closed through December 2019. Improvements are underway. We look forward to offering you and even better experience once our project is completed. Please chec
This place has good reviews, was near our resort, and is right on the the ocean. It should have been great, but it was a terrible experience. I would like to give it a negative number, but I gave a poor because of the view and the food. The service was virtually nonexistent. After waiting forever for our bill, the view sort of lost its appeal. Then we got the wrong bill. Rather than go and get our bill, our server had us go to the lobby to pay. It was especially disappointing because I thought this would be a wonderful place for lunch on my birthday.Hello! Thanks for taking the time to leave us a review. Weâre sorry to hear you felt your service was non existent. We pride ourselves on our food and service and are disappointed you had a negative experience. We are delighted you enjoyed your food but surprised to hear there was an issue with getting your correct bill. Our lobby desk is unable to process restaurant checks so we are unsure how and why you would be sent there to pay. We will re-address service standards with all of our staff as we take all reviews seriously and we are always working to improve our quality. We hope to see you again for another chance to exceed your expectations!
5 based on 342 reviews
Our concept is totally unique and has stood the test of time. Premised on the Chefs seasonal preparation of a Four Course Limited Choice Prix-Fixe dinner for $99.99. Served for at only one seating by reservation at 7:00PM Prompt Friday and Saturday. We wi
It may be that some people think that a meal for two that costs over $300 (food, tea, bottle of wine, tax, gratuity) must be fantastic - that the level of enjoyment is dictated by the price, not the other way around. Luckily, my mother didnât raise me that way. This meal was mediocre on all accounts. The amuse bouche was pleasant. The first course - lobster bisque - arrived an hour and twenty minutes after we did. It was fine, but not great. The salad was also fine - but took far too long to come out as well, given that the only prep required immediately beforehand was to toss the leaves in the dressing. The sorbet was the size of a melon ball - not even enough to cleanse the palate. The main course was like decent but not great home cooking - the duck a lâorange didnât taste of orange at all, and the fish was simply grilled with little flavour. This course also took ages to arrive, which made no sense as the order had been taken an hour and a half before, all the sides for all the main courses were the same (I.e. the only thing being prepared uniquely for each diner was the protein), and again - none of the previous courses required more than 5 minutesâ prep time immediately before they were served, so there was no good reason for the delay. The creme brÃ»lÃ©e was very good - hence the two stars here. But we were here for more than three hours. Slow dining is one thing - sending your diners to sleep is another. A couple of other things to note. There was absolutely no attention to plating. This would be ok if they werenât charging fine dining prices. On the flip side, if you want to make your restaurant feel like youâre eating in someoneâs home, you canât charge this much. The lack of naming of the wineries on the wine list (where wines were listed by varietal, with no information about vineyard) was also really strange - again not you would expect of a place charging these prices, and might indicate that the pricing was arbitrary - they get in whatever Sancerre / Chardonnay etc they can that week, and charge the same price for whatever vineyard it comes from, rather than adjusting the price of the bottle according to the price they paid plus a mark-up.We just felt that the price of this prix fixe dinner was a show - people want to feel that the meal was good because they paid so much, but itâs a smoke screen that fails to hide the fact that this is a very ordinary restaurant with pretensions otherwise. Given that the owner implied, in his response to another review, that he would consider legal action for slander, Iâd like to emphasise that these are the opinions of me and my fellow diner. Thank You for your quite candid feedback on what certainly must have been a very disappointing evening here at Six Tables. Frankly all I can do at this point is apologize for all of our pretensions and other "faux pas". Lastly since one of my responses was construed as taking legal action, I want the public to know that I was simply trying to make a point and have since removed that thoughtless comment. I wish you all the Best
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