Regency Grill (Boca Raton)

Posted on May 20th, 2008 · American Boca Raton

*****  Regency Grill, 3011 Yamato Road, Boca Raton, Florida 33434, (561) 998-3336.

Ate dinner tonight in a new joint named Regency Grill. Regency has been open about 6 weeks and calls itself a “contemporary bistro.” This is a very nice looking joint, with blond wood floors, black ceilings, upholstered booths and black wood tables. There is an open kitchen and a large bar with a couple of flat screen tvs. This is a  casual joint with an upscale atmosphere (if that makes any sense), but you can wear  tee shirts/shorts and be right at home. Young energetic staff in black shirts/black pants.

Regency is open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.

This joint (for my taste) has a somewhat limited menu. That said, I will tell you, that everyone should be able to find an entree to order. The dinner menu’s entrees include…salmon, veal meatloaf, char-grilled chicken breast, filet mignon, hamburger, pork chop, tuna, skirt steak, veal chop milanese, NY strip, fillet of mahi-mahi and tender tips of beef. There are also 5 different salads, 2 soups, 7 side dishes, 7 appetizers and 5 desserts.

 Just so you know, the lunch menu is basically the same as the dinner menu but the prices are “reduced”  and there are 1-or-2 “specials” thrown in, like a chicken salad sandwich or one-half of a chicken sandwich+cup of soup+ a small mixed green salad.

Tonight I “tried” the burger, marinated double chicken breast and grilled double cut pork chop. I also had a caesar salad. Everything was absolutely delicious.

As for price points…appetizers run $8-14…entrees run $12-29…salads run $5-12…soups run $5-6…sides run $4-5…and desserts run $6-7.  You get a couple of sides with your entree, but no salad.

Tonight’s service was friendly and extremely efficient. Like I said before, this joint has only been open a few weeks…amazingly it already has its act together. Good food, good service and the prices are  fairly reasonable.

If you live in the Boca Raton area, Regency is worth a try.




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