Indulge in savory dishes at Verdea Restaurant and Wine Bar (formerly known as Verdea Palm Beach). Located within the elegant grounds of the Embassy Suites by Hilton, this upscale restaurant serves lunch and dinner in stylish surrounds. The restaurant offers a creative farm-fresh contemporary menu. Treat yourself to a fresh salad or some braised short ribs, served with baby carrots and smashed potatoes. Verdea’s excellent dining menu is only overshadowed by its impressive wine list, which features over 200 bottles (available by glass or bottle).
Verdea is open from 5 p.m. every day except Mondays. The restaurant’s charming interior provides a relaxing backdrop for a dinner date. The restaurant’s upscale space is divided into four distinct areas, a private room, a main bar area, a wine bar and the main dining room.
FARM TO TABLE DOES NOT EXIST. WAITER WAS SUPERB IN TRYING TO MAKE IT UP TO US. WE WERE THE ONLY PATRONS
IN THE RESTAURANT AND I CAN SEE WHY. JUST ACCEPTABLE WINE, JUST ACCEPTABLE FOOD BY A WAITER THAT WAS
TRYING TO MAKE US HAPPY.
Their original menu was very appealing and was one of the reasons we selected the restaurant for dinner. We arrived and were informed that their menu had changed and now featured typically pedestrian hotel restaurant fare.
It's actually the hotel menu! Still good variety of options, but not the gourmet "farm to table" menu we were expecting. But still a nice place with extremely friendly service
Great restaurant. Gets overlooked because of its location.
It was very quiet the night four of us were there recently, probably because the snowbirds have mostly gone home. Which makes dining out not only possible, but pleasant, for locals! We had read great reviews of Verdea in the local paper and they were right. The food was beautiful and absolutely delicious, from the bread basket served with a tray of butter, olive oil, roasted garlic, and chopped tomatoes, to the petite filets, smoked duck breast with curried noodle cake, and seafood stack, to the mango cobbler. For the quality and presentation of food, we were surprised the prices seemed very reasonable. The wine list was also reasonably priced. Decor was dark and cozy and somewhat exotic. Overall, great experience!
Had been strongly recommended and was less than average. None of the 4 of us would go back
No ambiance being inside an Embassy Hotme Suiteshotel. But lack of atmosphere was made up for by very well prepared food and a wonderful and attentive waiter. There is a big selection of good wines at very reasonable prices. I would recommend it.
Once again, the food and staff wow'd us. Tom and Torry are so personable and helpful. The food was delicious ! We hope to be back again sooner next time.
Menu was not even close to what was found online. Service, although earnest, was spotty. Food was good but uninspired. Overall, a disappointing experience.
An real treasure! This was an unbelievable food experience. A four course meal with wine parings, way beyond expectations. The food was exquisite, wine parings exceptional, service was excellent, atmosphere relaxed, romantic, intimate. This place is a real gem.
One of my favorite restuarants. They do a great job on the "farm to table" theme. In addition, the wines are so quality focused reasonably priced (100% markup) that my wife and I usually buy a bottle of white as well as red to enjoy during our dinner.
We had been at Verdea when it first opened and really enjoyed the food and wine list. We returned on a Friday evening with a group of 8 and had terrible service. The restaurant was deserted (besides our group there were only two other tables), but the food took for ever and wasn't anything special. The waiter was clueless. We won't be back.
We went for our anniversary, since we pass by the restaurant daily and always say that we want to try it. We were greeted by Tom who is the wine manager and our waiter for the evening. He was beyond helpful and gracious. He made some recommendations since we were on the fence on what to order and we went with pretty much all of them. The chef started us with some complimentary conch fritters which were amazing, we haven't had better ones living in South Florida than when we ate them almost daily in Turks and Caicos. The caesar salad was amazing due to the freshly made croutons which are made with Garbanzo (chi chi) beans. I have never enjoyed a caesar salad more. The entrees were delicious as were the desserts. My husband had Guava flan, wh
Verdea lost its chef, and the former pastry chef has taken over the menu. A valiant effort, but the food just doesn't measure up to what it used to be. It was good but not great, and at those prices, it should be great. The wine list is impressive; the wine prices are not. A glass of wine is priced at 1/2 the bottle price. Ridiculous. The biggest problem Verdea has is that it is located in and owned by Embassy Suites, and it has a "hotel" feel. The room is awkward, to say the least. The restaurant is difficult to find, and I have rarely - if ever - seen it advertised. That would explain why the place was nearly deserted both times we ate there.
North PB County could really use a good upscale restaurant. Sadly, Verdea is not it.
Had a party of 10 booked and asked for a round table. I was told that they could set us up at a round table in the bar and I told them I did not want to be in the bar.
When we arrived they had us in the bar and our server was the hostess at the door. I was entertaining customers do I could not make an issue of it at the time. The service was terrible and unattentive. The food over all was not prepared well. I would not recommend this please to anyone.