Palme d'Or

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Details
The Biltmore Hotel (1200 Anastasia Ave)
Coral Gables, FL 33134
(305) 445-1926
French, Speakeasy
$ $ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sat: 6:00 PM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Frances big day at the Biltmores Bastille Day bash (Cellar Club members, $89; guests, $109). The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with a petanque tournament. Also: live-jazz & a five-course dinner.
  • One of our reviewers says, "They pair traditional French with tropical ingredients for dishes such as braised Dover sole with celery served with carrot beurre blanc." -DK Eyewitness on TripExpert
  • Enough offerings to satisfy any cravy from the lobster fricasse to lamb tenderloin. Or go for a tasting-plate where you can pick from 20 different dishes to try a little bit of everything.
  • Must-order dishes include: pan seared turbot filet with sturgeon caviar, potato Boulangere and leeks, and the chilled foie gras terrine with chutney and warm brioche toast. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Love it- great for a romantic time.
  • From the first sip of Champagne to the last bite of chocolate souffl with house-churned vanilla ice cream, Palme d'Or pulls off fancy without being fussy.
  • At the historic, landmark Biltmore Hotel's top-end restaurant, the food is French -- but it's far from traditional.
  • Terrific food in a classic Miami hotel. Just a few blocks from where I grew up, but far off the beaten path for most tourists (which is why the hotel was out of business from the '30s to the 80s).
  • Try the small-plates tasting menu for a sampling of various tasty dishes, including frog legs and roasted duck breast. This restaurant is fancy, not fussy, and the staff will cater to your every whim.
  • Service was not what I would have expected. The tasting menu was good.
  • I was a bit disappointed in the service.