Living: The Return Of Chef Daniel Boulud's Pop-up, Boulud Sud

Chef Daniel Boulud and Palm Beach Lately’s Lilly Leas
This summer, Palm Beach Lately is thrilled for the return of Chef Daniel Boulud’s popular Manhattan-based Boulud Sud that will operate as a stand-alone restaurant on Café Boulud‘s air-conditioned terrace within the fountain courtyard. The Mediterranean pop-up restaurant debuted last year and was very successful, so they have decided to return from Wednesday, July 3rd through Monday, September 2nd, serving dinner seven days a week.
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The Mediterranean region inspired the ambiance of the restaurant and the décor consists of olive trees, terracotta pots of herbs, topiaries, lanterns and tagines to channel the “Sud” (“Sud” translates to “South” in English). We had the pleasure of being one of the first to sample the menu and have a sneak peek for you below!

Amuse Bouche
Chilled Cucumber Gazpacho


Octopus A La Plancha
Marcona Almonds, Arugula, Jerez Vinegar

Carabineros Al Ajillo
Sweat Head on Shrimp, Ratatouille, Basil Pesto

Classic Greek Salad, Oregano

Mediterranean Mezze
Herb Falafel, Meyer Lemon Hummus, Babaganoush, Lavash


Whole Roasted Lubina
Grilled Baby Summer Squash, Romesco, Wild Arugula


Grapefruit Givré
Sesame Halva, Rose Loukoum, Grapefruit Sorbet

Mint-Chocolate Pavé
Pine Nuts, Jasmine Flower, Chocolate Sorbet

Provencal Moelleux
Almond Pistachio Cake, Lemon Chiboust, Sautéed Local Strawberries, Calisson Ice Cream

First Course

Daniel Boulud and Gavin Kaysen, executive chef of Café Boulud New York, prepare fish tableside

 Fish Course 
Whole Roasted Lubina

The team of chefs behind Café Boulud and the new pop-up Boulud Sud

Grapefruit Givré
Our favorite!

This year, Café Boulud Palm Beach is celebrating 10 years and Daniel Boulud loves having the opportunity to travel and enjoy the weather in Palm Beach. We asked Daniel Boulud, if he wasn’t in the kitchen where we could find him around Palm Beach. He answered, “I’ve visited the new place at The Breakers (HMF) and enjoyed the level of class. It’s a great atmosphere they’ve created.” 
The Mediterranean summer pop-up will serve an a la carte dinner menu daily from 5:30-10 pm and a three-course prix fixe menu for $35 per person on Saturdays and Sundays. To make your reservation for Boulud Sud, please call 561.655.6060 or visit  

Bonus: Stay at The Brazilian Court Hotel and enjoy a special hotel dining package for two that includes a three-course Boulud Sud dinner with a glass of rose per person and beautiful accommodations.  The hotel stay and Boulud Sud dinner package is available July 3, 2013 through September 2, 2013, starting at $299 a night* (excluding tax and cost of additional beverages).  For information, please call 561.655.7740 or visit

* Starting rate per room night plus tax.  Additional beverages and tax on dinner excluded.  Additional nights available without dinner included.  Pricing is subject to season, activity and room type availability.  Based on availability at time of booking.  Dinner reservation time and date subject to availability and is the responsibility of the guest.  Cancellation policy: seven days prior to arrival to avoid one-night charge.  Valid for single/double occupancy.

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