’French Spice’: Taste the flavor of France in Miami! [fr]
Indulge yourself and book your table!
"French Spice" is the perfect way to showcase the very best of French Cuisine in South Florida for a wallet friendly price. "French Spice" is part of the annual festival French Weeks Miami, showcasing cultural, social and economics event in the region.
"French Spice" sets the table from October 24 through November 15, 2013.
"French Spice" offers a fixed priced menu at several restaurants for lunch and dinner, a two-course meal for lunch priced $19 or $23 and a three-course menu for dinner is $33 or $39.
"French Spice" doesn’t leave wine lovers excluded with their "French Spice" wine list starting at $20 a bottle and $6 a glass.
Running its fourth year, "French Spice" has dutifully highlighted the best French dining in Miami. Participating restaurants include: Atrio Restaurant and Wine Room Conrad Miami, La Riviera at the Sofitel, Pierre’s Lounge and Restaurant at Morada Bay, Pascal’s on Ponce, Café Bastille, Angelique Euro café, La Gloutonnerie Vintage Kitchen, and Villa Azur Restaurant and Lounge, Le Provencal et L’Entrecôte de Paris (read below the interview of Gerard Herisson, the General Manager of this restaurant).
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e-Toile: “L’entrecôte de Paris” is a very well-known destination for all “steak-frites” lovers. Six restaurants are open in Latin America and one elsewhere in the U.S, why the city of Miami was picked to host the second brasserie in North-America?
Gerard Herisson: Miami, and especially Brickell is booming, also some of the partners live and work in Miami, so it was a natural choice to have our first location in Miami.
e-Toile: The restaurant thrives around one main course: its famous “entrecote” siding with French fries. Could you tell us why this restaurant that has developed this unique concept has decided to pair with this other unique concept “French Spice” operated during “French Weeks Miami”?
Gerard Herisson: The concept was first introduced in Geneva in 1912. In the early 30‘s the first restaurant with the name L’Entrecote Cafe de Paris was inaugurated in Geneva, today this restaurant is called Maison Boubier.
We, L’Entrecote de Paris, follow on the tradition of this great restaurant, the Swiss origin that made the name of steak-frites be so famous all around the world.
Our company is operating six restaurants in Latin America and one in the United States, our first location is Miami, Brickell.
We want to be close to the French community, so it was natural for us to join the ’French Spice’ program.
L’Entrecote de Paris
1053 SE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33130
Article published on September 3, 2013