Fodor's South Florida 2014
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La Gloutonnerie Review
Far removed from South Beach's mass-market deco drive strip, this intimate "vintage kitchen" brings the best of French old-school cuisine to the beach's more refined SoFi (South of Fifth) neighborhood. Executive Chef Christian Testa presents everything you'd desire from a renowned French kitchen from escargots Bourgogne to chateubriand while adding new-world flavors and fusions to the mix with dishes such as the tuna carpaccio and an assortment of fresh pasta entrees. Within the restaurant, a retro mini-market offers cheese, cold cuts, and imported French products. Add stylish black and white decor, stellar service, and a hip crowd, and you have the perfect recipe for keeping history in style.
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