Which restaurant in Wellington got an A- rating for food, service?

 

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Roasted Swordfish with Florida Rock Shrimp at The Grille Fashion Cuisine in Wellington. (Bruce R. Bennett / The Palm Beach Post)

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Chef Clay Carnes, popular among Wellington’s equestrian set, is a passionate pragmatist when it comes to his cuisine: He believes in well-executed, no-nonsense food.

Armed with locally grown produce, first-rate meats and other quality ingredients, Carnes delivers a menu that’s diverse enough to keep a foodie interested (with pops of Asian, Latin and Mediterranean flavors) and classic enough to keep more mainstream diners coming back to The Grille Fashion Cuisine in Wellington.

Carnes’ meat dishes are particularly strong. Among the entrée list we spotted a dish that promised to fix our craving for comfort food: the free-range roasted chicken with pesto. And it did. Dessert does not disappoint, either. Then again, how could homemade gelato that’s crafted of fresh, sometimes local ingredients disappoint?

Like the rest of The Grille’s offerings, it is fresh, earnestly prepared and delicious.

If you go: The Grille Fashion Cuisine: 12300 South Shore Blvd., Wellington; 561-793-2110.

Related: Our full dining review – Wellington’s equestrian set has hot dining destination

Grilled chicken and zucchini stack with local heirloom tomatoes, red wine vinaigrette and micro greens at Oli's Fashion Cuisine restaurant in Wellington. (Bill Ingram/The Palm Beach Post)

Grilled chicken and zucchini stack with local heirloom tomatoes, red wine vinaigrette and micro greens at Oli’s Fashion Cuisine restaurant in Wellington. (Bill Ingram/The Palm Beach Post)

 

 

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