Miami Beach, FL 33139
- All Major Credit Cards, cash
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
- Brunch, Dinner
- Full bar
Miami New Times' Description
Eyebrows were raised when La Gloutonnerie, a pricey French brasserie with a popular sister branch in Mexico City, moved into the former haunt of a pricey French brasserie with a popular sister branch in Mexico City. Still, the cuisine of chef Christian Testa, attentive service, and an attractive dining room ought to help Gloutonnerie in its quest. Certainly a taste of thin shrimp carpaccio fat with flavor from peaches will make you feel optimistic. So will subsequent courses such as beef bourguignon with a sauce so deep and rich it looks black; sautéed turbot with a textbook beurre blanc; and crisp duck confit in plum sauce. Black Forest cake and soufflé for two further reassure Gloutonnerie's staying power. This expensive French establishment is courting the customer in admirable fashion. Let's hope that's good enough.
Tips from foursquare
Amazing food, excellent service and chic atmosphere!
Best of Miami 2013- Best Brunch: La Gloutonnerie. A seat at La Gloutonneirie includes the finest french feast south beach has to offer. Make sure to try Beurre d"Isigny ontop a warm baguette.
For $45, you can eat to your belly's content and sip two glasses of champagne or mimosas. Here you'll find pâté, dover sole, and lots and lots of French pastries.
The souffles are the best in Miami
$45 all you can eat brunch with mimosas/champagne is a great deal for the quality of food. Definitely worth it.
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Reviews and News
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