Euro Fusion Restaurant & Bar is closed on the Sabbath, from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday, and it keeps kosher by serving no meat, only seafood. In its review, the Sun Sentinel lauded the kitchen for turning this restriction into an asset, while the Boca Raton Observer says the eatery cooks kosher and pescatarian meals with such aplomb that dining here is as memorable as seeing an acclaimed Broadway show. This is largely thanks to two chefs. Master Chef Danillo compiles a menu of seemingly disparate items?pasta dishes, pad thai, teriyaki chicken?with masterful skill, while sushi chef Larry Simmons oversees the creation of artistic rolls that are so aesthetically pleasing, some diners take them home to keep in their curio cabinets.
The sprawling eatery seats more than 300 people, with tables both inside and out, where diners can overlook the waterfront. And every night brings different entertainment: live bands, movie screenings, karaoke, and sports events, to name a few. Diners are invited to linger over a signature cocktail or cup of coffee, and even return for breakfast, where pancakes share the bill along with feta-filled puff pastries.
The space between Latin countries is no wider than a table at Latinos Restaurante. Here, specialties from Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico are all on the menu.?Especially hungry guests can dine like ranchers or particularly refined bears on steak served with two fried eggs, beans, and rice. Other entrees include rice mixed with a seafood medley, and fish saut?ed Peruvian style with onions, tomatoes, and french fries. But the restaurant doesn't stop at dinner?it has a large selection of breakfast plates, as well as its own bakery that churns out croissants and empanadas.
The restaurant, which started in 2001 as a tiny business with only two employees and 14 tables, now boasts a large dining area decorated with hanging saddles and a terracotta-style awning that hangs over wooden booths. On the opposite side, bartenders fill buckets with imported bottled beers and pour cocktails, from classic margaritas to Brazilian caipirinhas.
Mozart Cafe’s chefs draw culinary inspiration from modern Israeli cuisine, and the result is an eclectic mix of made-from-scratch kosher dishes ranging from pizza and salad to breakfast salmon platters. The Balkan pizza blends Israeli and Italian flavors with olives chunks of smoky eggplant sitting atop a bed of sauce, mozzarella, and feta cheese. Though the café is decidedly health-focused, plates arrive piled high with portions as generous as what you’d find in a neighborhood diner or your mom’s kitchen.