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JackGlasser Jul 19, 2009 08:01 PM

Going to Singer Island. Interested in very fresh seafood, sushi, casual to midlevel upscale.

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    JackGlasser Aug 3, 2009 06:02 AM

    Thai and Sushi: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida: I am told there is a new restaurant near the Publix on PGA near Military Road. Has anyone been there?

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      ash0529 Aug 3, 2009 07:18 AM

      There are three places right there for sushi - Saito's, Sushi Jo, and Sushi Yama. Sushi Yama is the new one and is in the Publix center. It's on par with the other two although has a bigger all around menu and sushi menu than Sushi Jo and is probably similar in menu size to Saito's. Rolls are priced on par too - $8-10. Of the three it's probably the best, but, IMO, it's not a GREAT place. You can get half price certificates at southfloridadines.com though, which may be reason enough to check it out. Yu-mi is still my overall #1, and second in the area for me is Asian Fin, which is small, but the quality of fish was top notch.

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        nigel Aug 20, 2009 01:05 PM

        check out sushi jo in the gardens area and on the way from the airport check out ginza on village blvd- was just there on sat night very good!- and on the island get delivery from pizza lino- best dough and cheese around and they deliver

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      JackGlasser Jul 26, 2009 09:21 AM

      Advise on restaurants on Blue Heron or North Lake in the West Palm Beach, North Palm Beach Florida area

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        freakerdude Jul 26, 2009 09:07 PM

        While you are here, make sure you hit one of the seafood recs in my above post link. Leftovers would be my highest rec for casual mid priced seafood....best around guaranteed.

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        JackGlasser Jul 22, 2009 07:29 AM

        Thank you. Please advise regarding Sushi: Is Hayashi still open, on my way from the airport to the hotel I could lunch there easily.

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          ash0529 Jul 22, 2009 08:10 AM

          I haven't been and don't drive on Northlake too often so I couldn't tell you. Yu-mi is probably less than a mile from there though and I can guarentee you it will satisfy!

        2. freakerdude Jul 20, 2009 09:57 AM

          We just visited this on a recent rec request.....see this thread for detailed resto info:

          http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/635544

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            ash0529 Jul 20, 2009 06:29 AM

            If you search the boards, you'll find the same three places over and over for fresh seafood - Reef Grill (Juno Beach), Food Shack (Jupiter) and Leftovers Cafe (Jupiter). They're hands down the best in the area. The latter two are the same owner who used to be affiliated with the first. Reef grill is probably the most casual of the three and least expensive. Great apps, good wine prices and you're more likely to have a shorter wait time than FS and Leftovers. For sushi, Yu-mi Sushi is the best in the area. It's a casual atmostphere as well. June was Palm Beach restaurant month, but I know some are carrying it over for the rest of the summer. Some great deals can be had here. Cafe Boulud is one example. IMO, palm beach's best restaurant, and you can do a 3 course meal for $35 pp. View the menu here - http://www.danielnyc.com/cafebouludPB...

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