As the weather transitions, so do the kitchen plans at Seasons 52. Known for creating remarkable dishes at 475 calories or fewer, the restaurant shapes its menu around seasonal ingredients, switching out its core offerings four times a year and varying its specialty plates every week.
New starters on the current menu include ahi tuna served with a spicy Asian cucumber salad as well as an assortment of flatbreads, like the weekly special featuring thinly roasted eggplant, Parmesan and feta. We’re amazed the creamy penne pasta with grilled jumbo shrimp is fewer than 475 calories, but our favorite entrée is the tender grilled swordfish ponzu, brushed with a savory ginger-chili relish glaze and served with Asian vegetables and steamed rice.
Seasons 52 claims to be the first to introduce those irresistible shot-glass desserts now popularized by common chains. The chocolate peanut butter mousse and the pecan pie hit the spot, but you really can’t go wrong with any of the miniature indulgences. Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton (seasons52.com)