French Restaurants in Normandy Isles


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Inside Rouge, silent movies projected on the wall enhance the quietly romantic atmosphere as patrons dine on primarily French dishes, along with traditional Moroccan-style stews. Steak tartare or bouillabaisse—a fish soup popular in southern France—pair with french, spanish, or italian wines from the expansive wine list. The overall dining experience transcends Miami, as french, spanish, or middle eastern music plays in the background.
908 71st Street
Miami Beach,
FL
US
The two passionate pastry chefs at Astrid & Stephanie blend French and Argentinean flavors into eclectic café fare and desserts. For lunch, pairs of patrons can choose sandwiches such as the Chivito from Uruguay (a $11.90 value), which stamps its bread passport with layers of tenderloin beef before toothy customs inspectors tear apart its ham, egg, and mozzarella baggage in search of contraband Tickle Me Elmo dolls. Alternately, opt to browse the dinner menu, where specialty lamb foreshank floats over savory pools of meat moisture on a raft of fried sliced potatoes (a $19.90 value). After either meal, wash down a duo of desserts, such as meringue-topped lemon pie (a $3.85 value) and a slice of the cake of the day (a $3.85 value), with beverages such as piping-hot coffee drinks or tea (a $2.10–$3.90 value for a large). Then duos of diners can sit back to digest as the disparate dishes in their stomachs negotiate carefully worded international treaties for extradition to the small intestine.
6772 Collins Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US
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