11 Maple Street
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
New Times Broward-Palm Beach's Description
Michael Perrin, a self-taught chef and former marine biologist, pays his culinary debt to California food maven Alice Waters by sourcing organic, locally grown, sustainable meats and produce at this 20-plus-year-old destination restaurant set in a restored 1905 cottage in Jensen Beach. Perrin and his wife and mother keep a small garden at the restaurant, serve grass-fed beef and wild game and organic salmon, and find the best locally caught seafood available. You pay, of course, for these fine ingredients -- all of the entrées are more than $30, and a Black Angus prime tenderloin costs $45. Seafood entrées are particularly stellar. The setting is romantic and charming, whether indoors in one of the tiny rooms, on the garden terrace, or on the outdoor patio. And the drive to get there, through unspoiled piney acres and across causeways, is lovely.
Tips from foursquare
The wood grilled octopus is amazing and your cant go wrong with the rabbit!!
Don't think you're going to eat the peanut butter pie by yourself. Soooo rich, but soooo good.
The roumalade that comes with the duck is AMAZING!
The crab cake is delicious!
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