Established in 2007, Off the Hookah-West Palm Beach is a family-owned restaurant that serves international cuisine. It's also a bar with live entertainment and belly dancers. Off the Hookah-West Palm Beach serves multiple varieties of soups, salads, appetizers, entrées, sushi, hookah and desserts. Off the Hookah-West Palm Beach has a nice casual ambience and good service.
Oth platter, baba-ghannaouj, hummus and beef croustades are popular appetizers here. Well-known entrées include the falafel, shish kebab, gyro, and sushi like spider and dancing eel. Among soups and salads, dishes like the spinach salad, cleopatra salad, caesar salad and soup du jour are noteworthy. Popular desserts include the chocolate pyramid and the deep fried cheese cake.
Made reservation but table still unavailable due to Mayweather fight. Stand up only... Not happening in heels.
As a group of four who enjoy eating food that is both well prepared and flavorful, Off the Hookah provided both. The menu is eclectic: sushi,pasta,flatbreads, and middle eastern choices. A drink list that offers variety.
We had a Middle Eastern family dinner for four that included fattoush salad, a platter of baba ghanoush,hummus and green peppers. Next a tray of chicken and beef on skewers and lamb chops and accompanied by rice and vegetables. All courses were perfectly seasoned and the meats and chicken were tender. Desserts ended the meal......baklava , fried banana cheese cake and sliced strawberries in cream.
Tables spaced far apart. Material drapes the walls
We will return!
Food is excellent at Off the Hookah. However, the disco it becomes at 10pm makes this less attractive to grab a good bite. Just too noisy and seating is an afterthought.
The food was excellent! Our server was not. We had to wait a long time to get refills on our drinks. The food also took a really long time, but at least it was worth it. The sever was not very friendly and did not make my birthday night. I would recommend this place for the food only, the service needs work.
We had a great time, as always, last night at OTH. We brought our friends from Boston who were new to the hookah bar experience. The service was great, the food was delicious, (Hookah-awesome!) and the Clematis St. view was fun for people-watching. The decor is beautiful. too. Very cool and original place...new experience for many, highly recommended.
The restaurant decor is eclectic - and the lighting givesthe impression of being in an imaginary a red light district. The menu is also eclectic: think South American, Japanese and Contemporary American - but items we ordered were all well prepared and attractively presented - we were pleasantly surprised: an excellent ceviche; an addictive baba ganoush; a beautiful roast duck and a nicely crusted piece of fish. There were several pairings of sweet items and proteins on the menu. The butterscotch sweet potatoes was too rich for my taste - but that's just my taste. The fire-eating blonde belly dancer added flair to the whole spectacle-experience. And there are hookas - plenty of them; it was fun - and is worth a return visit.
Service was good, foods,drinks, and hookah were delicious. Only complaint I have is the bottle service policy because a couple hours into our service the waiter said we had to purchase a bottle or move. Fortunately we were done with our food and hookah's or we wouldve had to up and move all of the stuff we had ordered. Also I had a party of 10 and the spot they gave us only had enough seating for about 5 of us. Overall it was a good experience and good time and our waiter was quick with bringing back things we ordered.
Overall it was wonderful, just a tad bit pricey for the portions, especially the sushi menu. I did not think it was as good as it could have been. The service was outstanding though, our server Rick was accommodating and really kept his cool with over 30 people in the party each asking for different things. The location is beautiful and fun but if the drinks were more moderately priced we would have stayed the whole night. Unfortunately many in the party wanted to leave after dinner in search of less expensive drinks. The Gratuity was added automatically as is often the case with big parties, but I heard many people state that it was an unusually large percentage...I don't know specifically because as the Birthday Girl I didn't get one
Hated it! The decor and service were okay. The DJ was HORRIBLE. Justin Bieber...come on. Fresh Prince...come on. I was celebrating my birthday and was so disappointed that I left at 12:30am. The crowd was awful. Too many people walking with canes and too many flip flops. If your looking for upscale atmosphere and want to dance the night away, this is NOT the place to go.