THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Bice Ristorante
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Bice Ristorante Restaurant Review: Starting from Milan and extending into Palm Beach, New York and all sorts of places nowadays, Bice remains supremely elegant. Posh power brokers, savvy businesspeople and Miami's elite diners of discriminating taste flock to this stately, dimly lit dining room in the Grand Bay hotel for the haute-iest of Northern Italian cooking. The cuisine, like the room, is at once simple and sophisticated. Tuna tartare starts things off in stellar fashion, minced sushi-grade fish on diced avocado topped with a quail egg and ringed by truffle oil and chopped black truffles. Pastas are made in-house and are particularly rewarding---try the veal-and-spinach stuffed ravioli. Other winners include classic Tuscan seafood soup with seven sea treasures (including lobster), a signature osso buco served with saffron risotto and an American-style roasted rack of lamb. Service is painstakingly serious, never playful. Lunch business is strong and the quiet atmosphere invites conversation. Some excellent Italian wines, particularly reds, embellish the list. Also located at 313 1/2 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, 561-835-1600.