I frequent Delray Beach and still enjoy the strip and it’s choice of eateries. I was walking and saw Osteria Salina....I was familiar with the building from an excellent Cuban restaurant that existed there years ago. I ordered the Octopus to start. To me, this is a defining dish which is cooked improperly all too often. I’m glad to say that it was perfect at this restaurant! Great texture and nice flavor. Next I had the black pasta with grilled shrimp. Another defining dish....it was not a simple pomodoro sauce on black pasta....it was a true “sepia”. Absolutely delicious. The wine list was extensive and not over priced. My only gripe was that after a pricey dinner, the valet Parker handed me my keys and required $5. How do you charge for parking after an expensive dinner??? Truly in bad taste and detracted from fifth star!
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