New York Culinary Talents Lured to Palm Beach to Open Restaurant in the Historic Ambassador Hotel

Casual fine dining in a classic oceanfront hotel offers distinct reinventions of the famous Palm Beach dishes of yester-year with New York culinary talents, Robert Ahle and Joseph Frappaolo.

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The Ambassador Hotel Palm Beach

The Ambassador Hotel Palm Beach

Some of my favorites include the roasted breast of duck with roasted pears and cranberries in an orange sauce, and the Island coconut chicken with mango. To me, both capture the feeling of Palm Beach.

Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 11, 2013

Having left a private club in Manhattan, Joseph Frappaolo and Robert Ahle are pleased to announce the opening of the Ambassador’s Table, the Ambassador's Hotel's new signature restaurant. With over thirty years of combined experience serving the likes of Princess Diana, Placido Domingo and Maya Angelou, Frappaolo and Ahle have been drawn to Florida to open their own restaurant on South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach.

Graduates of the Culinary Institute of America, Frappaolo and Ahle bring to The Ambassador’s Table enviable fine dining experience. Having catered to the tastes of an historic American arts institution in New York, Frappaolo and Ahle are eager to make their mark on Palm Beach.

The Ambassador’s Table offers diversified continental cuisine, including gourmet soups, fresh seafood dishes, and reinventions of New York and Palm Beach classics. Their distinctive menu offers favorites such as succulent sautéed seafood risotto with lemon. The menu features a number of New York dishes with a Palm Beach flavor, such as Smoked Salmon with caper berries, sweet onion, and lemon. For the evening diner, the Ambassador's Table offers a vibrant wine list and a full bar.

Executive Chef Ahle commented, “Some of my favorites include the roasted breast of duck with roasted pears and cranberries in an orange sauce, and the Island coconut chicken with mango. To me, both capture the feeling of Palm Beach.” With seating both in the dining room and poolside, the Ambassador’s Table offers a casual, fine dining experience, where the quality of the food speaks for itself.

At its dawn, the Ambassador Hotel was the first luxury hotel developed on the fine sand beaches of Florida's outer island, now known as the south end of Palm Beach. Built in 1947, the hotel was an exclusive hide-away for the rich and famous of the 1950s and 60s, just ten miles from John F. Kennedy's Winter White House.

The seven storied Ambassador remains a classic beachfront hotel, now offering a succulent Palm Beach dining experience not to be missed. Whether you fancy key lime pie or New York cheese cake, be sure to leave room for desert at the Ambassador's Table. For reservations, contact 561-868-2700.

For additional information, contact:
Jeff Colner
SPE/Communications Group
jeffc[at]spequities[dot]com
Phone: 888.673.2180
Fax: 603.947.9500


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