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Southern Belle Dec 18, 2012 08:18 PM

Just got back from the Boca area and enjoyed meals at Asia & Golda's for fleishigs and Cafe Mozart and Euro Lounge for dairy. None of the meals were flawless but all were enjoyable.

euro lounge is in the same mall as the former Eilat cafe, with more spacious outdoor dining and a full bar. It is run by the same folks as the former European Cafe but the food was more artful and the service friendlier and more professional. Their Caesar salad was incredible and we also enjoyed the Euro salad with spinach, bleu cheese, pistachios and a side of salmon grilled to crisp-around-the-edges perfection.

Mozart offered an Israeli influenced menu with a lot of additional offerings. Almost everything we ordered on a Saturday night and then for weekday brunch was good (with the exception of thei pitiful freezer style hash browns and straight from the freezer aisle side veggies) but a few things were really over-the-top delish. In particular they have an amazing green sauce that goes with their avocado egg rolls that I would love to replicate if only I knew what it was. Mozart was pricier than Euro cafe and service was friendly but a drop inconsistent.

Wish we could eat in Boca every week!

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    joe1212 RE: Southern Belle Dec 3, 2013 10:08 AM

    Bumping this up. Will be in Boca area in January and need a place for a business lunch with non-Kosher eaters. It seems like nothing in the area has a working or updated website. Is there anywhere in Boca/Delray/Boynton, etc. that we can go to for lunch that won't be embarrassing?

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      MartyB RE: Southern Belle Dec 3, 2013 06:01 PM

      http://www.grilltimerestaurant.com/in...

      I usually go for #8 with upgrade #1

      #8 Steak & Salad Combo:

      Selection of 5 freshly prepared ethnic salads serves w/ Pita bread.

      10oz. Prime Rib.

      Choice of one side order (French Fries, Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Vegetables, or Rice.) Choice of a Lunch Salad (Israeli Salad, Lettuce Salad, or House Salad).

      UPGRADE 1:

      Add $3.00 for Soup & Drink

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        AdinaA RE: MartyB Dec 3, 2013 06:26 PM

        Marty, Do you prefer Grill Time to harbor Grill or Rare Steakhouse?

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          MartyB RE: AdinaA Dec 3, 2013 06:43 PM

          I only went to Grill Time for their extremely inexpensive (I don't remember the price but I think it was about $17 and change) and delicious lunch specials so I cannot answer your question.

          http://westbocanews.com/2013/09/grill...

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          joe1212 RE: MartyB Dec 3, 2013 06:48 PM

          I'd looked at that as the likely best choice, but the website has not been updated in years, nor has their facebook page, and they did not answer their phone when I called at 12:30 today. Can anyone confirm that they are open still and open for lunch?

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            MartyB RE: joe1212 Dec 3, 2013 08:03 PM

            Last time that I was there was the week before succos, they were open. I believe I came around 3-4pm, the tail end of their "lunch" special. Keep us posted since I will probably go down south again in the Feb time frame and would love to go there again.

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              joe1212 RE: MartyB Dec 4, 2013 10:53 AM

              I called again today and this time, someone answered and confirmed that they are open from 12-9:30. Hopefully they are still around next month.

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