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La Provence Miami Beach

433 W. 41st St. (Royal Palm Ave.) Send to Phone
305-672-4951 | Menu
This café offers light fare like traditional French sandwiches and salads, as well as evocative breads and pastries.

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Breakfast & Lunch daily
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La Provence Miami Beach Restaurant Review

: Most regular upscale restaurant-goers in Miami already like La Provence's breads, whether they know it or not; if a bread basket's baguettes are properly crunchy outside, and tender but toothy (rather than cottony-soft) inside, the eatery may have gotten them here. Pastries, from a complex mini-opera cake to a truly tart lemon tart, are also reminiscent of a Parisian pâtisserie. The place's café component isn't as well known, but items like a salade niçoise or a pan bagnat (tuna salad on a crusty baguette) taste authentic; they may be a buck or two more than some cafés' fare, but still, cheaper than a plane ticket to Paris.



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