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Executive Sous-Chef Matthew Gale's New Leap of Faith Program Provides Endless Possibilities at Angle

By Jayne Chase | December 30, 2019 | Food & Drink

Create the meal of your culinary dreams with the chef at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa’s Angle restaurant.

Eau_Jan19_757_JANUARY_PALM.jpgVenison with root vegetables, butternut squash and cranberries, topped with mole

Ever fantasized of picking up the phone and having a classically trained chef on the other line ready to invent a dinner catered entirely to your culinary desires? This season, Palm Beach diners can make that dream a reality at Angle restaurant—the jewel of Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa. The Leap of Faith program, a brainchild of executive sous-chef Matthew Gale, lets patrons collaborate at the table on a personalized multicourse meal with Gale himself. “We wanted to create a memorable and authentic dining experience that invited our guests into the culinary process,” explains Gale. Upgrade to include wine pairings dependent on guest preference and what best complements the dish. Finally, see if having it the way you wanted it in the kitchen was everything you dreamed it would be. 100 S. Ocean Blvd., 561.540.4924

Eau_Jan19_840_JANUARY_PALM.jpgThe Onyx Table, shown here behind the Manhattan Cart, is used for wine tastings and is the perfect place for guests to experience the Leap of Faith program.

Eau519_442_JANUARY_PALM.jpgThe seafood tower features Key West shrimp, king crab, Atlantic oysters and lobster tail.

Eau_HighRes_Dom2_Libby_Volgyes_30XQB.jpgDom Perignon Champagne flows at Angle

Photography by: Nick Mele