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230 Sunrise Avenue , Palm Beach , FL 33480
(561) 802-4222 |
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Type of Food Served: Seafood, Chinese, Japanese, Asian, Seafood, Thai, Sushi | Price: $$$$$

Situated in the heart of Palm Beach, Echo provides a thrilling showcase for spectacular Asian cuisine in a sleek, stylish setting. Guests experience a oneof- a-kind, culinary-cultural experience as they explore the distinctive cuisines and flavors of China, Thailand, Japan, and Vietnam. Echo chefs create a feast for the senses, to savor the exotic herbs, spices, seafood, produce and cooking techniques associated with each of these varied cultures. Sushi chefs displaytheir talents as they work in full view at a "theater-style" sushi bar. Guests may choose an appetizer and main course selection, perhaps mixing and matching from different themed segments of the menu, or groups may opt to share any numberof “small plate” selections. Echo does not blur the lines between the various Asian cuisines by offering trendy fusion dishes. Instead, the restaurant celebrates and respects the distinctive flavors and heritage of China, Thailand, Japan, and Vietnam by offering each culture’s traditional specialties.

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

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