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Pascal's On Ponce
Parking is available across from the Outside Dining Tent
Welcome to Pascal's On Ponce, Contemporary French Cuisine featuring local ingredients, prepared fresh when ordered and using the classical French Cooking Techniques in Coral Gables FL, since 2000.
Award-winning Pascal’s on Ponce, the 55-seat, upscale, yet unpretentious French restaurant in Coral Gables has wowed critics and diners for years by virtue of its delicious fare, impeccable service and charming atmosphere. The restaurant’s success is owned by critically acclaimed chef/owner Pascal Oudin, who insists on creating an elegant French dining experience without the fussiness and reminiscent of a classic Parisian bistro. The restaurant boasts sublime contemporary French cuisine, featuring local ingredients and utilizing the classical French techniques.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
Upside Down Gruyre Cheese Souffl, Parmesan Fondue
Strawberry and Vanilla Ice Cream, Grand Marnier Meringue
with Red Wine Sweet Onion Fondue, Asparagus, Potato Mille Feuille, Sauce Bordelaise
Nice place. Food was good. Best part was the soufle
Pascals warm ambiance, lovely soft music and great food was wonderful.
The Scallops were outstanding and the Lamb was cooked perfectly.
Great service, food was delicious, everything fresh, great portions including miami spice menu. Staff very friendly and sweet.
No noise at all. Great drinks.
This is the best French food I’ve ever had, even compared to France. The twice baked cheese soufflé with Parmesan fondue is out of this world. The bouillobese was amazing. The dessert soufflés impecable. The grand marnier soufflé is actually better than before. Gustavo was our server & he was delightful. The restaurant could enhance its ambiance & update a few things to make it prettier. They haven’t renovated in a long time. But, I don’t care because the food is so good. It’s our favorite place to enjoy dinner. We missed the cavatelli on the menu. Chef Pascal should consider bringing it back because they were awesome. Also, living in Florida, he should consider a lobster thermidor & other fish dishes with hogfish, yellow tail snapper & grouper. There was salmon prepared in many ways, but not many other fish choices. We also miss the pistachio soufflé. Just some suggestions. Overall, it was delicious!
Pascal continues to be Miami’s top French restaurant.
The food is outstanding! Inside it is cold as per the AC.
The place has an old vibe and it is small. Reservations request credit card info.
Th best authentic French in town. Loved the bouillabaisse and carrot soufflé were amazing.
The best authentic French food in town. During Covid it was outside only. That's the reason for the low ambience rating. While the tent is not ideal, the food is worth it.
Excellent place for a fine dining meal. Loved the souffles! Service was top notch and very attentive. We had to dine outside, under a tent because of social distancing rules. It would be a good idea if fans were provided for better cooling.
The food is still as good as it always was. Classic French superbly done.
Birthday for our 18 year old. Always delicious. Always professional. Support your local restaurants.
We did the chefs tasting menu/ wine pairing it was good but next time will have from the menu
I have always loved Pascal’s but feeling as safe as we feel when we go now, is even better! Thank you!!! My favorite all time restaurant in Miami, but even more in times of pandemia!
Unfortunately due to COVID, we were the only table at the restaurant. Pascal’s always delivers in terms of outstanding food and service. The carmenere wine was excellent too.
Classic French Cuisine consistently good and served by professionals. We had the Gruéye Soufflé, bouillabaisse and truffled Brie. All we’re fabulous.
Upside down cheese soufflé was fantastic desert soufflé was fantastic the duck confit was terrible dry and tough. They were out of several different alcohols and wines due to the virus so that’s no big deal but it was disappointing I would normally give this place five stars except for the food the duck confit was terrible and they’re limited supply of bar items
The table was ready for the time it was reserve, the service was excellent as well as the food. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Over the years we have eaten here several times and always looked forward to it. This last time was a disappointment. My wife's duck was overcooked and had a strange taste. The first bite of my grouper smelled like fish. The rest was good. The souffle was not as good as it has been in the past. Small item was the removal of my salad plate while my wife was still eating hers - not classy. Then we were told our meal was ready but my wife was still eating her salad. I doubt if they were rushing us since the restaurant was only half full.
Pascal’s is like a Paris neighborhood restaurant, charming ambiance and great food.
Food was exquisite and the wine was paired perfectly. The staff was super attentive and accommodating!
the cheese souffle was amazing :) The filet was cooked how I liked and the sauce was delicious.
A little French gem hidden in Coral Gables.
Visiting Pascal is always such a nice experience!
Starting with a warm welcome, classic ambiance, white linens and fresh flowers. Followed by a great presentation of the always interesting menu, never disappointing. Ending with the best chocolate souffle in town.
We are looking forward to our next visit!
The first time we have ever been there and food was not up to par. The appetizers were very good and my entrée, the lamb chops, were great, my spouse's beef tenderloin was not the best. Temperature wise it was fine, but the cut on meat was not very tender in sections. Similarly my dessert was great but his Baked Alaska, the ice cream was frozen solid, that it was almost impossible to eat
As always, the service was great as was the wine selection.
Like the menu. Baked Alaska and Lamb. Best french option.
It is always wonderful to dine at Pascals. The food specials were terrific and so too the wine. The service was a little slow that evening but it appeared they had a full house and staff was very busy. But overall we had a great time.
Classic! One of the best institutions around.
Excelente todo. Volveremos con mucho gusto. Se nota que hay un buen chef con conocimiento excelente de la cocina francesa.
One of the best meals I have had in Miami in years!!!
Spectacular dinner with emphasis on the double baked cheese soufflé appetizer. The lamb chops where very large and cooked to perfection.
Muy agradable restaurant y se come delicioso .la atención siempre muy buena . Lo frecuentamos siempre en ocasiones especiales .
Service was unprofessional. Server did not know wines. Had discussion on item ordered. Waiter was unapologetic. Pricing was stratospheric (dinner for four with wine $785). Will never return. Manager could not be located because had left the premises. No one was in charge. Awful.
I had a free evening to myself and went to dinner food and service was excellent atmosphere quiet and relaxing
My husband and I were looking forward to French Cuisine to celebrate our 33rd Anniversary. Pascal's was quite ordinary, disappointing, and not at all what we expected. We regret this reservation.
Great food and ambiance for our anniversary celebration
If you're looking for classic French food well prepared, this is the place. The Gruyere cheese Souflle is amazing as is the Gnocchi, which is not on the menu. The mussels are wonderful.
We went for lunch. The food was amazing from start to finish. My husband ordered a la carte and had appetizer, entre, and dessert. I ordered from the bistro lunch menus (fixed price for appetizer, entre, and dessert). The total with tip was $105.00, no drinks. Pricey, yes but it was worth it. Because is so pricey is not a lunch place that you go every week unless you are very wealthy. The reason that it did not get a 5 in ever category is because when you go in it has a musty smell but the smell goes away eventually. The place needs a little updating or refreshing to my taste.
Overall excellent. Mushroom soup with some of the best I’ve ever had. Thought the beef tenderloin was a little dry, especially when ordered medium rare. My wife loved her fish dish.
Pascal's On Ponce offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (305) 444-2024.
Pascal's On Ponce is rated 4.7 stars by 989 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.