Eclectic, creative, and international is the best way to describe the cuisine and decor at this charming Cocoa Village spot. The menu blends French, Italian, and Asian influences with dishes like lollipop pork chop over English pea & orzo risotto, sweet onion-crusted fresh red snapper, and braised veal scallopini, and also features more exotic fare such as duck and ostrich. Themed dining rooms are elaborately decorated with dramatic but not necessarily coordinating
window treatments, wallpaper, and artwork.
May 28, 2012
I travel around the state with my restaurant club looking for exciting new places to eat. We pick our restaurants based on rave reviews and positive reports. Cafe Margaux has the rave reviews we like, but we chose not to go there when we saw a series of health department reports that scared us. You can decide for yourself. http://www.city-data.com/fl-restaurants/CAFE-MARGAUX.html
Jan 12, 2004
My husband and I have been to Cafe Margaux many times. We have always had excellent food, and the servers are very friendly and attentive. I especially recommend the crepes and creme bruele. In the spring time it is very nice to dine out on the covered patio.