On our annual visit to WPB, we visited a number of restauants. Two places deserve comment.
La Cascada is a new Columbian place on Lake Worth Road, a block or so west of Military Trail. Very good food with resonable prices. We had two dinners there. I had a very nice tongue dish and my wife had a charcoal grilled piece of pork loin. Both were excellent. I don't know how they cut the pork: it was a rectangle about six inches wide and about twevele inches long, and quite thin. The homemade salsas piquantes were a treat. The food came with rice and beans and platanos maduros. The tongues also include potatoes. The second evening there my wife had the grilled pork chops, while I had the bandeja, which is a huge plate with grilled beef, rice, beans, an egg, platano and chicharron, which is a essentially a piece of unsmoked bacon (thick cut), which has been deep fried. Not for those who are wary of cholesterol. They expect to be operating a bakery soon. When we were there the only dessert consisted of figs in syrup, served with a huge dollop of dolce de leche and a nice salty white cheese.
I recommend this place highly.