This is a place that it was recommended to us. we sat outside and it was beautiful; however, the food did not make the wait worth.
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Went here for a very impressive Sunday brunch. In true French fashion, they let you eat, socialize, without rushing the bill to get you out. The food was fantastic, a couple of us ordered the smoked lox Benedict and others the goat cheese omelette. Everyone...More
I am always looking for a local breakfast cafe when I travel. This small shop on Miracle Mile is not fancy, but the food is fantastic. It is typical French, meaning service may be slow. If you are looking for a quick meal, this is...More
On Friday, January 1, 2016, we stopped by for lunch and witnessed Thomas Chiche, one of the owners doing food prep, serving meals, taking money, handing out menus, opening the kitchen door, and eating off of a patrons salad without ever washing or gloving to...More
A small and cozy sidewalk cafe similar to what you will find in any Euro town only this one happens to be located on the Miracle Mile.. Nice selection of pastries/desserts on the day I visited, I picked a blackberry tartelette and apple clafouti to-go...More
I was wandering down Miracle Mile and was unimpressed with the choices for lunch until I came across this restaurant. I love French Bistro cuisine and I was not disappointed. I had perhaps one of the best salades nicoises ever. Bravo. The pastries looked fabulous...More
Finally enjoyed a good french pastry. The Jambon Fromage Croissant was excellent and the hot and full bodied cup of coffee was just what I needed to fortify me for my Miracle Mile walk.
The salmon eggs benedict is hearty and excellent! My wife had the Nordique Crepe with salmon, and it was wonderful. The Cuban coffee was smooth and delicious. So glad we found this café! We will definitely return.