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PLEASE NOTE: The five Cedar Room dinner menus displayed are examples of actual dinner menus. These constantly changing menus will give you a good idea as to how different each Cedar Room menu will be on a nightly basis.
Executive chef, Paul Proverbs, is a major reason why the resort has achieved an outstanding culinary reputation. He’s been in charge of Pompano’s culinary operation since 1997 and has assembled a very talented team of international chefs. Innovative meals, featuring a variety of international and continental specialties, are served nightly in both of the resort’s oceanfront restaurants.
The Cedar Room serves dinner from 6:30 – 9:00pm. Registered guests on the resort’s Modified American Plan (which means that breakfast and dinner are included in their daily room rate) do not have to make reservations for dinner in the Cedar Room.
The resort features their popular “Grill Night” barbecue/buffet most Monday nights during the peak season and on busy nights during the November through April time period (weather permitting). Their sumptuous barbecue/buffet includes a large assortment of fresh salads, breads, cheeses, a raw bar with clams and/or oysters on the half shell, shrimp, stone crab claws, a huge selection of desserts and your choice of Angus steaks, grilled local Wahoo fish fillets, barbecued ribs and grilled chicken – cooked in front of you on an outdoor charcoal grill.
All meals are prepared with the freshest, highest quality ingredients available. The beef is all Black Angus and every effort is made to serve fresh fish that has been caught in local waters (i.e. yellowfin tuna, wahoo, mahi mahi and rockfish) as often as possible.
Pompano is one of the few resorts on the island that still offers five-course dinner menus to guests on their MAP plan (short for Modified American Plan – which means that breakfast and dinner are included in the nightly room rate). The Cedar Room’s five-course dinner menus change on a nightly basis and always offer a choice of five different appetizers, two soups, two salads (with one always being a fresh garden salad), eight different entrees and at least a half dozen tasty desserts. Dinner entrees typically consist of one Angus beef item, two pasta dishes, one or two fish choices, a shellfish item, poultry selection and a few veal, lamb or pork items. Numerous gluten-free options are available each night and the chefs are able to work with anyone who has specific food related allergies or dietary needs (ie: vegetarians or vegans).
The Cedar Room’s nightly dinner menu is usually posted in the main lobby around mid-day to give everyone a chance to see what their menu options are. The Ocean Grill’s dinner menu is posted right next to it for comparison and reference purposes. The difference is that the Ocean Grill menu doesn’t change from night to night.
Evening attire: The dinner attire at the Cedar Room is "resort casual". It is recommended that gentlemen (12 years and older) wear collared shirts. T-shirts with writing/designs on them, sleeveless t-shirts and hats are not permitted. Anything goes with regards to pants, shorts, skirts, jeans and footwear (flip flops, sandals, sneakers, etc. are all acceptable).