Last Update: May 26th, 2018
Tramonti Delray Beach


119 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach FL, 33447
(561) 272-1944
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Hours: Mon-Thu11:30am-10:30pm,Fri-Sat11:30am-11:30pm
Attire: Casual
Parking: Valet
CC: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Prices: Expensive
Outside Dining: Yes
Reservations: Yes

Critic's Review

Tramonti is a fine Italian restaurant located in the heart of the strip on Atlantic Avenue. They have a nice bar inside, a large dining room and plenty of tables on the sidewalk. They serve lunch in season with a smaller menu than the extensive menu available for dinner.

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon the patio was about half full and we scored a table tucked against the glass door. They have a smaller menu for lunch, but its still fairly extensive. I ordered an iced tea and it took us a while to decide what we wanted. While we pondered, some complimentary bruschetta was dropped on the table.

Tramonti Bruschetta

A variation from the usual fresh version; this was tomatoes, peppers, basil and onions that has been cooked almost to a paste; very sweet and delicious.

My companion decided on the Pollo alla Griglia (chicken palliard) with arugula and spanish olives. When it arrived, I had to do a double take on it; I didn't know she had ordered a salad. But under the leafy mass was a big chicken cutlet. From the menu description I wouldn't have guessed that it was a salad.

Tramonti Chicken Milano

I had the fresh squid (calamari) which was served in a tomato sauce over angel hair pasta. I thought the menu had said it was a spicy tomato sauce, but I can't recall. The menu they have on their web site was not the menu we had for lunch so I can't be certain.

Tramonti Squid

The sauce was not spicy; it was very mild. The squid was tender and it was a large portion for $12. I ended up taking at least half of it home.

Tramonti is a prime location and on a beautiful day its a great place for lunch or dinner. The dining room and bar inside are also quite nice. The food is above average and the service is professional. Its one of several solid Italian choices on the Atlantic Ave strip.

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The food was good, but service lacked in class, we spent over $500 and the waiter came to the table and said who got the stuffed pork chop who has this who has that you think in a classy restaurant they would know where the food was going , Without interrupting conversation to ask who got what? We had Pellegrino and the girl poured water after pouring Pellegrino to fill up the Glasses, mixing the two waters together, we felt rushed they were taking the food away when there was still food on the serving dishes.

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