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$25 for $50 Worth of French Dinner Fare
The dinner menu begins with escargot in garlic butter ($6.50) or salad nicoise with seared tuna, mixed greens, hard-boiled eggs, and black olives ($13.50). Ten types of tartines include ham, brie, and butter ($13.50), and pâte with cornichons ($13.50). Daily specials are served alongside specialty entrees, such as steak tartare ($32), mahi mahi with fennel salad and avocado ($15.50), and the Le Boudoir cheeseburger ($15).
With the deft hands of a veteran baker, Vincent Benoliel keenly measures almonds, eggs, and sugar, because accuracy is essential when making macarons. The ephemeral sweets come in a rainbow of colors and might taste of chocolate, rose petal, or lemon, but every single one has that je ne sais quoi of a macaron made by a native Frenchman. Vincent grew up in France's ubiquitous restaurant industry, ascending to the rank of sous chef in a Parisian brasserie when he was only 18. In 2005, he brought the richness of French cuisine to South Florida by importing the Eiffel Tower in 3-pound chunks and by opening Le Boudoir in Miami. His handiwork includes delicacies such as escargot, steak tartare, and fresh pastries.