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About Table 26
Located in the heart of the historical Mango Promenade district and two blocks south of the Norton Museum, Table 26 is a Neighborhood restaurant with Global cuisine in a sophisticated, casual setting.
With exceptionally delicious comfort food dishes to bring you back to the basics of Global cuisine, this unique neighborhood eatery has a full-service bar and complimentary valet. Hours are Sunday Brunch from 10:30 AM - 2 PM. Lunch every day from 11:30 AM - 2 PM. Happy Hour every day at the bar from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM. Dinner Sunday to Thursday from 4:30 - 9 PM and Friday to Saturday from 4:30 - 10 PM.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
American, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Sunday Brunch | 10:30 AM - 2 PM
Every Day | 11:30 AM - 2 PM
Every Day at the Bar | 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Sunday - Thursday | 4:30 PM - 10 PM
Friday - Saturday | 4:30 PM - 10 PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Contact:
Donna Schack: (561) 855-2660
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Table 26 Ratings and Reviews
Our table was ready, and our waiter was attentive in just the right way. The food was delicious, however the full wine list is grossly over priced. Retail prices times 4 or 5. The small wine list was retail times 3. You need to save up to cover the outrageous wine bill.
When we left, every table was filled and people were having to speak very loudly to be heard.
The service left a lot to be desired.. the waiter took over five minutes to get us water and bread that was not cooked completely, tasted like uncooked dough. The meatloaf was inedible.. the gravy tasted like paste. They did comp the bad meal my wife got... the meatloaf.... one drink cost $15.00 not wine by the glass.. my total bill was $95,00 with tip..the food was not worth the price.. way over priced.. the ambiance is great.. a little loud.. but not too much... love it when cars pull in and the head lights .. light up the restaurant.
It was our second dining experience here. First time was also a Saturday night, and was great. This time the food was not up to snuff Meatloaf, ribs, fish and chips, and fried chicken. Sides were great but main courses were just okay. I’ll try again in a few weeks. Maybe just a bad night
I wasn’t impressed by the food. Disappointed, actually. My swordfish came undercooked (as in raw in the middle) so I sent it back and asked for the tuna with Hawaiian fried rice instead and even that was not exciting. However, the ambiance was great, valet was appreciated, and it’s great for a pre-theater dinner location. But overall I didn’t get the value. I’m always willing to pay more if there’s value but sadly I didn’t get that from Table 26. Will go to a different restaurant for the next show we watch.
I felt a bit like I was dining with the early bird special crowd. The food was good, but in my 40s, I was the youngest customer in the establishment by some margin at 7:30pm. Perhaps they liven up a bit later. The cocktails were WAY too sweet for my taste. An old fashioned should not be cloying...
That said, the meal itself was well prepared and tasty as long as you skipped the weird glutten free bread they give you to start.
We were staying at the Breakers - it was not worth leaving the property.
Our waiter was Gerald. He's awesome. The restaurant has class, yet at the same time is not snobby. It's the kind of place that has a classy yet down to earth feel, not pretentious. We've talked about trying Table 26 for a long time but never got around to it and we're locals. I'm so glad we finally made it there, we will for sure be repeat diners there.
Disappointing. Average at best. Plating was impressive, but taste not as much. We all ordered various plates of seafood. One in our party did not care for spicy food, so when the dishes arrived the waiter offered to have it changed. The dish was brought back within a few minutes. It turned out that the kitchen scraped off the spicy sauce on the top but forgot to do that on the bottom part...a new entree would have been wiser. My coffee cup arrived with red lipstick. The restaurant was not busy. The ambiance is nice. The rest needs some work.
Beautiful modern restaurant with friendly staff. We were seated immediately at a booth and given cushions for those on chairs rather than the banquette. We ordered from the summer menu which was 50% off most entrees. An amuse bouche of gluten-free cheese bread puffs soon arrived.
All our entrees were delicious and attractively presented: the swordfish special ( which was the best we'd ever eaten), the salmon, the roast chicken and the unusual vegetable sides were gobbled up.
This is our second visit to Table 26. First time we loved the food but it was so loud in the dining room it was impossible to hold a conversation there. Now we went back and different story. I ordered the special veal dish. All the flavors of everything on the plate were excellent. The quality of the veal was not good. For $39 the veal should melt in my mouth, no chewing necessary!
My wife ordered the pork chop which was delicious and tender. The brussel sprouts were not. Very tasty but very undercooked.
We are fine with these high prices, but for that, I expect the best ingredients possible...this was not even close.
I would have given it 5 stars except one my guests ordered the scallops and thought they were just ok. They also don't let you substitute some items. I still had a wonderful meal and our server was very good. Order one dessert for the table as they are enormous. Food is pricey so it is a special occasion type of restaurant
We decided to celebrate our anniversary by having dinner at Table 26 based on reviews/recommendations. It was terrible and we should have left shortly after we ordered our drinks. The restaurant was practically empty, especially for a Sat night and the food was extremely disappointing. We both barely touched our food and the server didn’t seem to wonder why which I found interesting and comical actually. We left very unimpressed and questioning how this restaurant had received so many good reviews.
Been to Table 26 a number of times. Always had a great meal. No so this time. They did not serve the Pandebono they offer instead of bread and when asked for bread they said they didn't offer that either. My meal did not taste fresh and from the jitters I had later that night I think it had preservatives in it.
Subpar food at best. Saw all the high reviews and thought we should try it. Unfortunately average at best. Nothing creative or inspiring. Fries soggy, calamari sauce way too sweet and reminded me of out of a bottle. Expensive for the quality even with the 1/2 off. Will not be back.
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