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This 45-seat bistro resonates with Old World charm, reverberates with robust conversations, and serves textbook French country fare in a rapidly pulsed, relaxingly paced manner. Start with a faultlessly prepared French onion soup, or scrumptious homemade pté de campagne encircled by niçoise olives, cornichons, and sweet onion confit. Help yourself to freshly sliced baguettes and consider one of the affordably priced wines. If fish be your wish, choose from salmon, snapper, tuna, and Chilean sea bass, most roasted or pan seared and served with simple accompaniments: sea bass with artichokes and tomato confit, snapper with fresh herbs and ratatouille. Meats and poultry also are deliciously direct; standouts include roasted rack of lamb atop pistou-imbued white beans, beef stew around a nest of homemade fettuccine, and farm-raised chicken fricassee in an opulent red-wine vinegar sauce. Generously portioned pies, prepared on the premises, provide no letdown. Try the raspberry tart in crême anglaise or tarte Tatin luxuriating in a pool of cream.
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As a countdown to New Times' "Best of Miami" 2010, Short Order is serving up 100 of our favorite dishes in the 305. Send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Onion Soup at Le Bouchon du Grov... More »
Le Bouchon du Grove has long been one of Coconut Grove's best restaurants: The French fare is solid, prices are reasonable, and a boisterous ambiance beckons. So upon hearing of a second bistro with the same owners, I expected something special.... More »
A cozy authentic French restaurant hidden in The Grove with tons of personality. Very European feel between the service and the food. The skirt stake is to die for, and I recommend the scallops when they are available. Save room for dessert because the chocolate mousse is a must. The staff is mostly French and they always have soccer on the TVs, and did I mention the head chef is straight out of Paris?
Bistros are like antiques: They are supposed to be old. That's why even new ones often look as though they've been around for years. It's easy to find aged bistros in Paris, not so easy in South Florida. Le Bouchon du Grove has been sating patrons with its rustic French fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner since 1994 -- which in local restaurant years translates to having been around since 1846. It looks pretty good for such an old joint. Indoor and outdoor tables spill into one... More »
BEST RESTAURANT IN COCONUT GROVE Le Bouchon du Grove 3430 Main Highway Coconut Grove 305-448-6060 This relaxed bistro has been around since only 1994 but nevertheless stands as one of the last vestiges-in-spirit to the bohemian Grove of the Seventies. The Parisian street-corner ambiance, with open floor-to-ceiling French doors, encourages patrons to casually sip glasses of Beaujolais or Burgundy at the bar and stare at soccer matches on TV screens, or sit at tables with bottles of red... More »
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