Zagat Rated 28/30

“Mais oui” exclaims the “very Palm Beach” crowd that flocks to this “family-run” “country kitchen” for chef Jean-Pierre Leverrier’s “consistently awesome” French fare including “outstanding Dover sole” and profiteroles with “chocolate sauce worth drowning in”; the “elegant” space is lined with “unique” modern art and warmed by “attentive” service, and while it helps to have “money to burn”, most say it “always delivers”; P.S. closed July through mid-August.

Food Rating: Extraordinary to perfection             Décor: Very Good to Excellent           Service: Extraordinary to perfection

 

 

 

Awards
  • Delray Beach Magazine: "Greater Delray Beach's Finest Restaurants" (2013)

  • Palm Beach Illustrated: "Top Tables"  (2012)

  • Dining Guide:  "Best Restaurants in South Florida" (2013)

  • Dining Guide: "Best Restaurants in South Florida" (2011)

  • Palm Beach Illustrated: "Top 20 Dishes" (2011)

  • Palm Beach Illustrated:  "20 Of The Are's Best Dishes" (2010)

  • Palm Beach Illustrated: "Top 20 Culinary Indulgences" (2009) 

  • South Florida Business Journal:  "Top Rated Restaurants" (2009)

  • Southern Accents: "Best Spots In Town (Palm Beach)" (2008)

  • Boca Raton: "Reader's Choice Award" (2007)

  • New Times Broward-Palm Beach: "Best French Restaurant" (2006)

  • Florida Trend: "Florida's 500 Best Places To Dine" (2006)

  • Florida Trend: "Florida's 500 Best Places To Dine" (2005)

  • South Florida Business Journal": "25 Most Popular Restaurants - Palm Beach" (2005)

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Fodor's Top Choice Award

With walls adorned with avant garde Dalí- and Picasso-like art, this bistro is where the Palm Beach old guard likes to let down its hair, all the while partaking of sumptuous French cuisine and an impressive wine selection. Forget calorie or cholesterol concerns and indulge in scrambled eggs with caviar or homemade foie gras, along with desserts like frozen hazelnut soufflé or profiteroles au chocolat. Jackets are not required, although many men wear them. The main entrance is through a courtyard in the back.