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Michelle Bernstein Omphoy Restaurant
2842 S. Ocean Blvd , Palm Beach , FL 33480
561-540-6440 | michellebernsteinsomphoy.com
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Type of Food Served: Mediterranean, International | Price: $$$$

The true definition of South Florida, Michelle Bernstein at the Omphoy is a mixture of cultures and flavors through cuisine. From Classic French to Old World Spanish to New World American, the dishes are vibrant with tastes, colors and textures for every palate. Michelle Bernstein at the Omphoy enjoys unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean. Chef Bernstein and her team utilize seasonal ingredients and draw upon local farmers and fisherman to create vibrant and unpretentious food. With our location just steps from the crystal blue Atlantic Ocean, the fish and shellfish take center stage in the form of tartars and capriccios’, fresh oyster, seafood tagliatelle and whole roasted fish served table-side. Michelle's signature fried chicken and short ribs along with roasted pork loin and grilled bone-in rib-eye are there to entice those who want to dine a bit further inland. A five course tasting menu is available based on what is market fresh that night.

Open for Dinner on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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