good food, good service. the service was excellent; they were attentive and friendly -- although i don't know if it was because it was not crowded when we had dinner there. my friend who had the filet mignon loved it. i ordered the salmon and scallops, which was good, but not excellent. i thought the salmon was a tad (just a tad) bit overcooked. we started off with the black truffle ravioli, which was EXCELLENT! the crab cakes were good.
best miami spice.
i went for the miami spice, and wasnt like this restaurants that with cheap items...
the food was EXELLENT !!!
the lobster bisque and the snapper out of this world....
art deco romance. very nice romantic art deco restaurant in the heart of south beach, great service and very good food...
very good romantic quiet french restaurant.
i went there for the MIAMI spice and eat the red snapper a list 5 times, and never had a problem..
the food is very good and very honest, the decor is breath taking ....
This Restaurant is the Best French Restaurant in Miami, for a South Beach Location.
The Filet mignon is prepared with a sauce, excellent, and youhave to try their deserts! yumm especially theChocolate Volcano!
is that scales in my snapper?.
very unimpressed! my snapper came with an extra serving of scales and bones which i did not appreciate. at this price level i would at least expect for the fish to be properly cleaned.
the singer was great though... fantastic voice and great attitude. if it wasn't for her it would have been altogether an awful experience.
very nice and relaxing restaurant.
art deco atmosphere.
great service, and the food is sooooooooooo great !!!!
one of the best restaurant in south beach ...
great restaurant. i love that place, the food is amasing... great view on the pool, very romantic...
Daring French fusion and an "ooh-la-la" water view make this romantic South Beach hotel eatery a feast for the senses..
Inspired by the works of art-deco painter Tamara de Lempicka, whose gloved likeness watches over patrons from a ceiling mural, Tamara's limited number of indoor tables spill onto a more scenic outdoor seating area. From under outstretched awnings, the view of the National Hotel's narrow 205-foot infinity pool greeting the sandy Atlantic coastline is stunning.
Executive chef Frederic Delaire brings innovative Latin and traditional American bents to French dining, creating uncommon pairings that gel flavorfully. Lobster bisque poured over sour cream-coated shrimp works to silky smooth perfection; sweet sun-dried tomatoes in a Caesar salad provide a palate-pleasing contrast. Entrees also gamble successfully: The vol-au-vent puff pastry surrounded by shrimp and scallops and the peach-saddled filet mignon each offer fresh, unique sensations. Clafoutis for dessert, coupled with explosive blueberries rather than the traditional cherries, makes for a light yet dramatic finale.
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