Restaurant News: Kapow! Noodle Bar to Hit Boca, Prime Offers $10 Lunch Deal, Asian Fusion Buffet Dishes in Royal Palm | Clean Plate Charlie | South Florida | Broward Palm Beach New Times | The Leading Independent News Source in Broward-Palm Beach, Florida

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Restaurant News: Kapow! Noodle Bar to Hit Boca, Prime Offers $10 Lunch Deal, Asian Fusion Buffet Dishes in Royal Palm

•    Hoping they're launching a really big hit, niteclub impresarios Rodney Mayo and Scott Freilich and Pizza Fusion proprietor Vaughan Lazar are planning to open Kapow! Noodle Bar in July in Boca's Mizner Park. "Fresh and sustainable" pan-Asian noodles, some dim sum items and cocktails will be on the menu, all reportedly under $20.

•    Prime beef and a prime location doesn't mean you can charge prime prices, so Delray's swanky Prime

steak-seafood-sushi emporium is offering a pretty prime deal at lunch.

That would be its "10 for $10" menu, 10 dishes for 10 bucks each,

everything from a meatball-Parm sub and pan-roasted salmon to spicy tuna

roll and braised short ribs. That's prime territory for the

budget-minded lunch bunch.

•    All the vaguely Chinese,

Japanese and American food you can choke down for as little as eight

bucks at lunch and $12 at dinner is the spread at the newly opened Asian Fusion Buffet

(10493 Southern Blvd., 561-792-8883) in Royal Palm Beach. Steak, sushi,

stone crab, food grilled on the hibachi and more will fill the hole in

your stomach without leaving a hole in your wallet. Pepto, of course, is

extra.



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