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This is a new restaurant is South Florida with roots in NYC. I was recommended to try by a relative familiar with the NY locations. The atmosphere, people and food is authentic and fantastic. I only gave 5 stars as 10 is not available. This place is a 10.
Super Clean. Great food. Freshest of meats and subs are filled. Not like the chain sub shops that used processed meats. Bread is brought in daily. The owners had an Italian Sub shop in WPB for over 30 years and their experience shows 100% with this store. They also sell smoothies and wraps but their roast beef and Italian subs are great!!
Salute is the perfect place to go and unwind after a long day at work. Fabulous service, awesome vibe, good music, and the food is just right!
Excellent Dining Experience3rd Visit to III Forks and have been totally satisfied each and every time. Dave the Waiter was awesome and the Food is Excellent. Great place for Romantic Dinner
Not really fine dining, but very good. Excellent service. Very crowded in the winter but they handle it well. The servers are very professional, well informed and ver accommodating.
It was quiet because they had no customers. They had no customers because the food is bland, 2 day old, stale sh**i**t. I like small business, but we should have sent our money to a good charity rather than put it in their cash register. Too bad.If you're reading this, save yourself the empty calories.As an aside, the sushi was horrible too.
Unfortunately you can't eat atmosphere. To begin with, it's the first Japanese restaurnant i've been to that doesn't give you hot towels to start. The clear soup was cold.. The Hibachi shrimp was cold. The Hibachi steak, originally served medium rare, was cold. When it was brought back after being nuked in the micrwave, I had the option of eating it or using it to resole my golf shoes. I chose the latter. Add all this to the cold service, and it was a totally unpleasant experience. Oh yes, be prepared to pay for excellence while receiving mediocrity.