It was buttery and expensive and now it is closed down. My review needs 100 characters to say this place is no longer existing in Pembroke Pines.
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Went with my wife on a casual, romantic night out. Restaurant was nicely decorated, comfortable seats and the staff was excellent. Husband and wife team waiter/chef made you feel as if you were invited into their home for dinner. Having recently returned from Paris, this...More
Nice romantic place, very good food, good service. Good place for a couple. The dessert was a nice treat. Yes we will go back.
My parents live in Weston and every time I visit we eat at this restaurant. We have traveled to France many times because my grandmother is French so I think our opinion is worthy of trust. You might find that this restaurant has a strange...More
Previous visits were good but this time it was a disaster. The food came out Luke warm and not hot. The sliced duck was half uncooked fat. The only thing special about the fish specials that night were that they were priced $10 higher than...More
Romantic restaurant, great service and delicious food. Worth any drive!! So glad I have tried it!! I know already we will be back very soon! If you like good food, this restaurant is it. We had the foie gras, brie, curry shrimp and scallops au...More
my wife and I enjoy a quiet dinner together in a intimate siding with good food good service and good wine.this restaurant is definitely different then the mainstream what's being next to a French bakery ensure that the desserts were out of this world.I recommend...More
Definitely, the reviews do not match the restaurant. Good service but terrible, terrible food. The waiter offered the day's specials that had nothing special about them. We ordered an unsavory lukewarm carrot soup and a miniscule mediocre shrimp appetizer. That should have been our clue...More
We loved discovering a bona fide French restaurant in a strip-mall laden, suburban American city. Of course, to enjoy this gem, one must immediately forgive the cringe-worthy location in its horrid architectural conglomeration of an office building. To be fair, that is the only kind...More