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About Angle - Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa
Angle is a contemporary, American restaurant featuring seasonal, local, regionally grown products while focusing on prime meats and market driven seafood alongside distinctive cocktails, and an award-winning wine selection. Our Chef de Cuisine Manlee Siu thrives on creating memorable dining experiences for each guest while offering a warm and friendly atmosphere.
The warm and inviting space has sleek and urbane décor including glowing candlelight and mirrors. An underlit onyx and amber “Chef’s Table” offers a true foodie indulgence in the center of the dining room!
Enjoy 50% off bottles of wine priced $200 and under on Tuesdays from 6-10pm.
Palm Beach, FL 33462
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Closed: Sunday - Monday
Ocean Boulevard and Ocean Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking when dining in Angle.
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Angle - Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa Ratings and Reviews
25th Wedding Anniversary. Angle was closed for renovations, and we were not contacted by Resort or Open Table.
The Resort was phenomenal and went above and beyond to make accommodations for us and make our evening special with a private dining room and great food served from their other on-site restaurant.
It was our anniversary and this has become our favorite place to celebrate special occasions. The food is beyond superb and the service was the best we've ever had anywhere in the world. Margarita, who has been our waitress here is incredible. She's attentive, helpful and learned our likes and dislikes very quickly. Best waiter/waitress we've ever had anywhere. It was a 5 star plus evening.
It was a nice value for summer special $65 for 3 course dinner though i had to ask the waiter for the special menu because apparently it was not offered unless asked.
The presentation was beautiful but found the food overly salty.
For the main plate I had a steak which was tough. It was immediately taken off the table and replaced with a beautifully tender filet with foie gra. Service was rushed. Courses came to the table before silverware was replaced.
Overall I would probably try this place again as the chef de cuisine Mahlee was charming.
We had an outstanding dinner. Chef Siu carefully balanced flavors so that the dishes were both interesting and delicious. The octopus and the "shrimp cocktail " with lemon caviar were excellent first courses. The breast of duck and the grilled ribeye were perfectly done. The wine list had interesting choices. The servers struck a nice balance between being attentive and not being intrusive. We look forward to returning.
We were seated promptly when we arrived for our dinner reservation - and it fell apart after that! Took forever before someone finally came over to deliver water. When our waiter finally showed up all he did was offer menus and disappeared again. Most restaurants want to get a drink into you as fast as possible - seems that's not the case here and it took almost a half hour before we could place our order for cocktails. Each of our dishes were cooked well, however, none had any taste whatsoever! Butter poached lobster with "caviar" looked lovely and was nicely presented in a metal case but even the "caviar" needed salt. Grilled duck breast was rare which was beautiful but again totally tasteless and accompanying sides on the plate were limp and unappetizing. Given the level of non-service and the insipid food we won't be coming back.
Angle was not open for our on Sunday reservation, but they were able to accommodate us at their other restaurant, Temple Orange. We sat on the veranda with the surf serenading us. The food was creative and delicious, and the service was excellent. Plus, they were able to accommodate our gluten allergy requirements. I highly recommend this gem in Palm Beach!
Chef Siu hit it out of the ballpark. Her philosophy of cooking is Cantonese influenced, meaning that she seasons just enough bring out the flavors of the locally sourced meats, and fish. Pineapple tomatillo + snapper? Wow. Creative but not overwhelming with sauces and garnishes.
Margherita was our server. She's A+. Bothers to learn how things are prepared (including the delicious pumpernickel crisp with melon and sesame seeds) and knows her wine. Attentive without being intrusive. Easy conversationalist without being fawning. She's every restaurant owner's dream. I think it's instinct with her.
This is my go-to place in South FL from now on.
Beautiful décor inside . We came during the off season, so it was mostly awkward because we were the only ones dining. Our server was friendly, food arrived on time, and beautifully presented. Food just needed to be more seasoned with salt and acid. Tuesdays are great, half off bottles of wine.
If I could give this restaurant 10 stars, I would. I had the duck breast and my wife had the vegetables and quinoa dish. Both dishes were fabulous. They were very flavorful, well composed and beautifully presented. Our server Kia was very knowledgeable with the menu and wine list and was very attentive. My wife and I eat at many fine restaurants and always look for those that stand out. Angle served us the best food we have had in a long time. The chef, Manlee Siu came to our table at the end of our dinner to introduce herself. She is a very talented chef that provides an extraordinary dining experience.
We usually don't dine in hotels but Angle sounded too good not to give it. A try. The wine list was less than exciting but the sommelier, Levin recommended a grand vin des Cotes du Rhine Cornas 1997 that was not on the menu. It was absolutely spectacular. Sipping our wine, we We began our experience with the poached lobster followed by the duck breast. Both were fabulous and went beautifully with the magnificent Cornas. It was a meal we will not soon forget.
I ate at Angle's two days ago. It was highly recommended in the Opentable reviews and was clearly worth the 30-minute drive.
There were only a few customers when we got there for our 6.30 reservation. When we left most of the tables were occupied. Our waitress told us that in March they will take to opening 5 nights a week instead of the three nights they open now.
Our waitress was Burcu. She was exceptionally helpful and knowledgeable. We had a soup and a salad between the two of us, and each enjoyed our appetizer. Then I had the duck and my date had a seafood stew. We gain both enjoyed our main course.
The service was excellent throughout, and was what would be expected at a high-end restaurant. For those that do not know, the hotel this restaurant is located on, Eau Palm Beach Resort, used to be a Ritz-Carlton until about 2-3 years ago. So the property is lovely. After dinner, if desired, a guest can sit out by the ocean and have after-dinner drinks.
We were very disappointed. I had contacted the restaurant in advance that it was our anniversary. Nothing special was done to acknowledge the day. In addition we had an early reservation and it was not busy but we were shown to our seats at a banquet next to another couple. There were several private tables for two so we asked to be moved.
The restaurant, although charming and romantic at first glance, is tired looking upon further inspection. The carpet is very worn and dingy.
Dinner was very good but I expected fabulous. In addition the meal was served much to fast. It was a five course meal and we were served our soup and within minutes of finishing our salad course arrived. I told our very lovely waitress to slow down the service and she did.
To sum it up our very special romantic dinner was not up to our expectation.
Start with Champagne to celebrate the meal to follow. Perfect evening. Creative food combinations that will dazzle your eyes before your palate. Started with the layered potato and goat cheese plated with beets and the ultimate in shrimp cocktail. Ribeye and Duck were both delicious. Kale Salad was lightly dressed to combine with the kale and not compete. Deserts worthy of a magazine cover. Chef Manlee came to our table which was such a treat. Angle is a true destination restaurant.
We invited our friends out to dinner at Angle at the Eau Palm Beach Resort in Manalapan. My wife and I have dined at Angle previously and have enjoyed the dining experience, as we did on this occasion. We started with a salad course, and our waitperson obtained a Caesar salad for our guest, which was not on the menu. The men had the rib-eye steak, done med-rare. Nice grill markings, and perfectly done interior. My friend's date had the duck, while my wife had the pheasant. Both done to perfection. We were pleasantly surprised by a visit from the chef who inquired about our meals and dining experience. We were very happy to report that we all were very pleased with our meals. Food and service were first rate.
My one complaint is not with the restaurant but with the lobby service. The two couples met in the lobby for cocktails. We arrived first and ordered our drinks. Our friends arrived shortly after our drinks were delivered and we could not get the attention of our waitress. We had told her we were expecting our guests to arrive shortly, but once they arrived, we waited 5 minutes ( too long given there were few people drinking) before the waitress again checked on us. The lobby was not busy and the wait was unacceptable.
This being a Saturday evening, there was a musician playing music from his iPad. The music was much too loud for the hour (7:00 PM) making conversation too difficult. We moved once, then gave up and retired to the restaurant.
The restaurant is highly recommended. I would suggest drinks on the patio or the bar area if you want to converse.
I was seated in the back room to the restaurant with my date, and no one came to our table for 15 minutes. I got up to find the manager, who by happenstance noticed us. I learned this was an aberration from their normally excellent service. From that point on the service was amazing, we were constantly looked after, the food was excellent, and the chef visited our table for 10 minutes to discuss her special preparation of some dishes. We had an outstanding culinary experience and would highly recommend this restaurant.
If you're a meat eater, I'd highly recommend you order the filet mignon with foie gras entree.. also the short rib appetizer - outstanding!
Even though not advertised, you can ask to have wine pairings with your dinner... The Sommelier will be happy to accommodate - A lovely addition to the outstanding meal choices offered by this restaurant... Exceptional!
Went for atmosphere and fine dining as per previous reviews for anniversary celebration. Overall, good in all areas but really expensive. Restaurant was nice to give complimentary dessert w decorated plate. I had higher hopes for food which I thought would be exceptional and it was not. I expect excellent at those prices.
Service and ambiance was very good. I had the conch appetizer which looked very pretty but was devoid of flavor. Followed by pheasant which was tasty but tough and alitte rubbery. My partner had the corn chowder and he thought it was very good followed by the scallops as a main, both he enjoyed. Desert menu was abit lacking so we passed. Overall, not a bad experience but I would not go back.
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