Palm Beach's window on Asia has a sleek sushi bar and floor-to-ceiling glass doors separating the interior from the popular terrace dining area. Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese selections are neatly categorized: Wind (small plates starting your journey), Water (seafood mains), Fire (open-flame wok creations), Earth (meat dishes), and Flavor (desserts, sweets). Pick from dim sum to sashimi, pad Thai to Szechuan beef, steamed sea bass to shrimp lo mein. On weekdays,
come for the early shift (5–6:30 pm) for half-priced sushi and cocktails in the restaurant's Dragonfly Lounge.
Mar 6, 2006
Everyone including clients at other tables were so great! Our non seafood eating daughters had the best sushi ever and will now know how to judge it! We can't say enough about the other diners, who gave us recommendations, and the staff who were wonderful, educational, and patient-it made our evening fantastic-as my husband says satisfying two teenage girls is never easy and for girls that didn't like seafood before it was great! The only drawback
is now they have had the best sushi and will settle for no less!
Sep 14, 2005
The atmosphere was ridiculously slick, the bar, while offering a nice selection, was fantastically overpriced and the food was simply trying a little too hard to be creative. And not in an interesting way either. You know those places where the kitchen is trying to be cool and ends up with ostentatios menu items like wasabe ice cream and sake pickled fish eyeballs? Sadly, I can't even say that Echo overshot it's mark because it never made it. The
food was creatively named and presented but only mildly tasty and completely ordinary. Nothing special here. This place is little more than a pretty stage for wealthy middle age men to show off their bought and paid for arm candy; where young spoiled hipsters with more cash than taste can sip $15 "martinis" and bitch about their trust funds.