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zook May 7, 2012 10:12 AM

Who has the best variety and well made salads in Broward Coumty? Sometimes a salad is all that's needed for a great lunch or dinner. Eat in or take out. Your thoughts?

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    FtLaudyEATS May 17, 2012 04:40 PM

    I feel bad that nobody has commented on this point. Everyone seems to be searching for BBQ, Cuban and fish tacos.
    My personal favorite is the Cypress Salad at J Alexander's with fried chicken tenders, pecans, avocado, corn bread croutons, cheese, tomatoes and ranch. At $14 it's a little pricey for salad but it's always great. The Mason Jar serves a grilled salmon salad with a piece of fish that rivals most places dinner portion. For a good Caesar I'm going to D'Angelo's pizza. Houston's serves a wonderful, tropical ahi tuna salad.

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      stoner May 17, 2012 07:40 PM

      There is a Salad Bowl and Deli on E. Broward Blvd that's pretty decent. The deli looks like a fast food restaurant but the choices are plenty. Portions are nice and big for the price. Many office workers go there for salads during the lunch hour so it's best to avoid it during the rush hour.

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        southocean May 17, 2012 10:24 PM

        Chima, on East Las Olas in Fort Lauderdale, probably better known for it's meat-atarian proclivities, has an excellent salad bar, with all manner of things salady and vegetabley. If you opt for just the salad bar, and not the meat-a-rama, the AYCE price is considerably reduced.

        1. The Chowfather May 19, 2012 05:36 AM

          what is this salad thing you speak of??

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