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7310 SW 57th Ave., Miami, FL 33143
Chef/partner Philippe Jacquet was born in Marseille, trained in Paris, and is able to put out amazingly tasty cuisine from perhaps Miami's tiniest kitchen space. He has been doing so since Friday the 13th of August 1999. The dining room, boasting brightly colored walls, is barely larger than the kitchen -- if you're one of those people who "talk with their hands," you'll probably end up slapping the diners at the next table. Oh, but the bouillabaisse is sublime, as are other specialties of Provence -- and at affordable prices (entrées under $25, many under $20). Our favorites include escargots in pastis-spiked garlic butter; duck legs confit in black-currant/fig sauce; grilled grouper over fennel and fava beans; and steak with peppercorns in cognac sauce and frites (the superb frites are culled from fresh potatoes and served in paper-lined tins).
Source: Miami New Times
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