Its always a nice experience w/ the 4Seasons. The food was good, our table was comfortable and quiet & service was also good..
Our food was cold, not a lot of flavor it was four of us and nobody had a good meal and for the price it should have been excellent. I have 2 friends that had been and said it was just ok so we figured we tried something new.
Don’t think we will be going back. The area has great restaurants so you can skip this one.
Excellent service food and great atmosphere. Chef specialties were amazing.
We enjoyed the experience of the quiet restaurant and the lovely setting at the four seasons. But the food is nice but not exceptional in our view. Presented artfully but lacking in flavor. We tried the appetizer , beef tongue and it presented well but the dressing was the real flavor. We tried the pompano and it was bland and sparse on the plate. Lots of microscopic citrus on the plate with the pompano but it was really a pretty garnish only on the plate. We tried the roast chicken which was fine. But it looks sparse on the plate The salad was so basic and not on the menu but no side dishes are on the menu so we asked. The chocolate mouse dessert was exceptionally good and presented beautifully.
Our servers were very attentive and knew the menu to explain it well. All in all a nice venue but even with the 3 star chef at the restaurant that night we were disappointed. We believe there are other solid spots where the food shines brighter.
From the moment we walked in the restaurant, we were warmly greeted by Zoe. And how lucky were we to have Jimmy as our server. He’s relocated to Palm Beach after being a mixologist at the Four Seasons Boston for many years - and retiring from being an ER Nurse for some 16 years. Jimmy is a true asset to the Four Seasons and to Florie’s. He knows the menu inside and out without being over-rehearsed. He sold us on the flavors and unique preparation of the peach and tomato carpaccio, the burrata and the Riviera salad. I know that Palm Beachers as well as hotel guests will enjoy dining at Florie’s for many years to come.
This menu was not to my taste. Atmosphere was beautiful, service was excellent.
I thought it was also pricey. We only had 2 small plates each one alcoholic beverage , and 2 desserts and the total without tip was $175.00 .
Unimpressed - and surprised at that, as I love anything affiliated with the brand of the Four Seasons. This restaurant is located in their newly renovated hotel, which is just lovely. The dining room, however, felt more like a breakfast lounge, more casual, and harkened back to old school Palm Beach decor. The lauded three Michelen-star ranked Chef Mauro Colagreco disappoints here.
We waited for 40 minutes in an almost empty restaurant. They evidently were 'confused' because we went from a seating table of 4 to 3 people. (???) After getting up from the table and finding someone to help us, the manager was very pleasant and apologetic, and comped us one glass of prosecco. The service then met expectations, to a degree.
That would have been okay, but the food is.... odd. In the interest of attracting out of towners, perhaps the chef has developed a theme of infusing citrus into some of the recipes to lend a Floridian vibe. The menu is quite limited. We left underwhelmed. Small portions, pricey. We had a truffle flatbread pizza, a white chocolate mousse for dessert (which tasted like yogurt with citrus flavored sherbet), and a teeny tiny dinner sized portion of eggplant parmesan. Did I say overpriced? I am willing to pay top dollar for a great meal, but this was nowhere near great.
I will stay at the hotel, as the grounds, the beach property and the overall service of the Four Seasons are divine, but this restaurant needs to rethink its menu and vibe.
Appreciated a unique menu. Enjoyed the burrata with citrus and pistachios - so well balanced with creamy, rich, tart and crunchy tastes then followed with the yakitori grilled prawn with avocado. The portions (on the left side of the menu) suited me; the wait staff explained the right side of the menu had heartier fare. Again, I think it was the fact that I had not seen these identical items on local menus made the meal a real treat. There was competing pool and restaurant music otherwise I would have given the ambience a top mark as well. This was a refreshing restaurant re-model beautiful flavors without the stuffiness!!
The waitstaff was outstanding
Amazing service by the entire team. Flavourful tastings and a great discussion with the chef de cuisine. Can’t wait to be back !
Amazing service !!
Great experience! Very attentive staff, incredible food, lovely ambiance.
My party of 3 sat outside facing the ocean. The service the food the ambiance was heavenly. It's fine dining and food prepared in unexpected but outstanding ways.
The inside looked gorgeous with the redo. Beautiful rattan with tables facing the ocean and an open kitchen. As the sun went down the kitchen was lit up. Very cool ambiance although I have always dined outside to be closer to the ocean.
Much hype with little follow through. Dinner was very disappointing. The atmosphere is more of a casual place. When we tried to change the reservation to slightly later, we were told they were fully booked. Trust me, the restaurant was half empty throughout the entire time we were there. We will not be returning.
Birthday dinner for my spouse. We dined on the patio as it was a beautiful evening weather wise. The service was excellent and the appetizers while small were very good especially the scallops. My wife had pompano and I had snapper for entrees. Both were perfect. The wine selection is fairly good with medium to expensive choices. Not cheap but a very nice evening.
All hot food was luke warm. The marguerita pizza was cold and lacked any taste. Terrible. The main courses were also barely warm. The chicken was OK but the sauce was so minuscule it was a joke. The sauce was the only good flavor. The dining room was way to bright and cold feeling. The piped in music was horrible. The Four Seasons should go to the Breakers Resort and see what good food and service and great ambiance can be in a big resort. The worse Four Seasons I have been to in some time.
We were told by the waiter that this restaurant was rated one of the best in France! Not this one and not the France I know! What a mistake.
Clearly a work in progress.
The lobster was the smallest every seen. Only a few bites-Tasted more like langoustine.
A pompano, through fresh and testy was served lukewarm. The wine list is very weak re California wines.
The ambience is very hotelish (other than the open kitchen). Certainly not a high-end restaurant.
2/18/2019 it was terrible Tuna was good, that’s about it.... My lobster was described as a 1 1/2 half pound, I was served a 1/2 of a tail, one in my party ordered the the eggplant mozzarella dinner, 2 bites it was gone, terrible small servings, no sides, lousy wine pour barely a once. No vegetables... no potatoes OMG WILL NOT GO BACK! awful go back to the old menu , fire the chief, good view
We had high expectations for this new restaurant at the newly reopened Four Seasons. The restaurant decor underwhelmed us. For a major chef with 3 Michelin stars, we didn’t want our dinner in a room that looked like breakfast or lunch was being served. Lights could have been dimmed and possibly a tablecloth or a fancy placemat could have dressed up a very dull table. The small plates side of the menu had some nice options but certainly not a large enough portion to share. The main section of the menu was quite small and mostly expensive for small portions. My husband ordered a Pinot Noir that the waiter said was the most popular and because of that, they were out of it ($17) instead he offered one at $20/glass. To pay, they bring a portable credit card machine to the table that was not working well and the receipt was very hard to tear from a brand new machine. Waiter said the internet service was spotty. Just another issue to our dinner. The food was good but the evening was quite ordinary.
My husband and I dined on Valentines Day and enjoyed an inventive, flavorful meal. I had read some early online reviews criticizing harsh lighting and poor service, and did not experience any of that on our visit. Good news, they actually listen to feedback and take action!
Beautiful renovated dining room. Great service. Food extremely disappointing. I thought this chef had a michelin star. The bay scallops were served tasteless and in a tasteless sauce. The calzone also had no taste. We ordered a chocolate soufflé which was dry and I guess overcooked it was so bad that I didn't finish; but they apologized and took it off the bill.
Food was great, sitting outside was wonderful, staff was attentive and very educated on the food. The remodel looks open and fresh. Loved our night and will be back again soon!
Food was horrible!
Menu is very limited especially if you are a vegetarian.
Food was not served hot.
As always staff is very friendly and helpful.
For breakfast or lunch a maybe
Over priced over lighted under decorated
Looks like a dinner with a very expensive kitchen
Food over salted and bland
Lovely ..unusual menu..delicious
Phenomenal cuisine and amazing service. Wine list is well curated the by-the-glass selection is 100% sustainably sourced.
Unique, creative cuisine. Bread was beautiful bite size, warm and to die for especially with the French oil having a touch of ginger. Soup and cobia carpaccio were great starters before chicken and lamb shoulder. A great dining addition going straight to the top for the best food and service in Palm Beach.
Our appetizers were fabulous. The hamachi was the best I have had. Entree were average. Service needs to be refined. Lot's of staff but at times unsure what to do. Although beautiful, the lighting is so bright and takes away from an evening out. Hope they do well.
We wouldn’t go back. Not worth the price. Avoid it.
The opening was Grand and the food was good but not quite the standard we expected. The scallops dish was out if this world but the halibut was a little too dry.