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Boynton Beach, Florida
November 2, 2010
January 24, 2004
The staff and the food is excellent. It is a pleasure to dine at the Sea Watch, as you can always depend on a good experience.
From journal A Nice Surprise at Pompano, Florida
June 23, 2003
The food is pricey as most dinners start at $22 each. But the seafood is excellent and extremely fresh. Don't walk in this place expecting Red Lobester because it's not. The food is fine dining and is artfully presented. The serve can lag, but in fairness, our server seemed to be pretty new. We witnessed better service at other tables.
I can't recommend any particular dishes off of the regular menu as both my husband and I picked two of three daily specials. We had crab cakes with fresh tomato salsa (huge chucks of fresh crab lightly seasoned and lightly fried in very thin coating) and broiled red snapper topped with half a dozen jumbo shrimp and red pepper sauce and bernaise sauce. Both dishes were excellent. We had conch fritters for an appetizer and they were just ok.
We had to ask for a child's menu, which had some really poor choices. My child wanted fish just broiled or fried, which they wouldn't accommodate, so he picked cheese pizza (not very good or appealing in looks).
If you get there early enough there is a bar upstairs that overlooks the ocean and has an appetizer bar (smoked salmon, conch fritters, shrimp, and the like).
All in all, this is a great treat for adults, but maybe leave the kids at the resort with the grandparents (if possible). No matter how well behaved they are, this place doesn't do anything to cater to them.
From journal Family Vacation in Pompano Beach
by Marcia Greendyk
May 20, 2003
From journal Southern Florida Coastal