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Continue your discovery of French restaurants with French Spice and Crêpe Bistro
After "La Palme d’Or" in Coral Gables, The Atrio in Brickell, Wine Bistro in Miami Beach, and "Maison Gourmet" in Doral, discover now the Crêpe Bistro in the south of Miami.
On the occasion of "French Spice" that goes on throughout the month of November, Bistros and gourmet menus are prepared with care, in beautiful places to enjoy your favorite French specialties.
Meet here Diane Roos, Crepe Bistro’s owner.
e-Toile: The Crêpe Bistro, located in South Miami is involved in "French Spice," organized by the French American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (FACC).
How do you participate in this process of promoting French cuisine in South Florida?
Diane Roos: By offering menus attractive prices ($15 for lunch and $25 at night), including specialties such as Beef Bourguignon, salad, foie gras, quiche chavignol and, of course, our crêpes.
e-Toile: Crêpe is one of the most popular recipes in France, for adults as well as for kids. Has it been welladopted by Floridians?
Diane Roos: Yes very much, they love crêpes, salty or sweet. Many of our crêpes are made with buckwheat flour and at lunch time, are good alternatives to a sandwich.
The sweet crêpe is a classic dessert has long been in the United States. We have adapted them and one of our best sellers is the Rocky Road: a crêpe with Nutella and marshmallow fluff.
e-Toile: We each have a story or a secret for successful crêpe. What is yours?
For crêpes, our secret lies in the choice of quality products (that’s French tradition!): Buckwheat flour, organicfruit and vegetables from Redlands delivered every morning.
La Crêpe Bistro
7340 SW 57 Avenue
South Miami FL 33143
Tel 305 665 8778
Dernière modification : 17/11/2011top of the page