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You’ll find three restaurants at Cheeca Lodge & Spa. The signature eatery, Atlantic’s Edge, serves local seafood, such as guava-glazed mahi with coconut-herb rice and coconut curry sauce and jumbo lump crab cakes with a saffron sauce in elegant surroundings. Did you go fishing and prefer to have your catch for dinner? Not to worry, Atlantic’s Edge will cook and serve your fish.
The Italian-inspired and more casual restaurant Limoncello features an antipasto bar with an extensive array of vegetables, cheeses, salads, seafood and meats. Additionally, you can order pastas, pizzas and a selection of carefully thought-out entrées, including veal marsala with sweet pea risotto and wild mushrooms. Save room for the housemade gelatos. While available flavors change daily, you can’t go wrong with the sundae — a flourless brownie piled with three gelato scoops, chocolate sauce, whipped cream and toasted pistachios.
The Florida Keys hotel’s Nikai Sushi provides its own take on some of the classic sushi offerings. Rolls such as the Big Kahuna, with tuna and avocado topped with lobster salad and a pineapple-ginger glaze, are delicious reminders that you are, indeed, in paradise.