La Petite Maison's Miami outpost is the newest installment of the prestigious restaurant concept that has locations worldwide in London, Dubai, Istanbul and Abu Dhabi. Those locations share a theme: jet-setting glamour, sex appeal and globe-trotting privilege. The interior summons visions of the grand dining rooms of Paris and the walls feature a gorgeous and interesting complement of Continental-themed paintings and artworks. It's a look that magically celebrates the pomp and circumstance of fine dining.
A proper French meal in Miami's Brickell neighborhood? La Petite Maison goes slightly rogue, with a menu that showcases Niçoise cuisine, a blend of French-Mediterranean standards and Italian influences. It's an amazing and exhilarating selection that favors seafood, olive oil and flavorful Mediterranean vegetables, including eggplant and sweet bell peppers. A plentiful selection of hors d'ouevres allows optimal sharing opportunities, including a tart tapenade, marinated beets and carpaccio with pickle dressing. Main courses embellish familiar dishes with innovative accompaniments: homemade pasta with squid, prawns and chorizo, rack of lamb with spiced couscous, bone-in turbot with braised fennel and sweet cherry tomatoes.
Miami plants its flag as a culinary destination with the debut of La Petite Maison, the globally famed Michelin-starred restaurant concept that features a delectable menu of French-Mediterranean classics and Italian cuisine influences