Out with good friends. Delicious!!! Thoroughly enjoyed everything.
It is a really excellent restaurant. Don't shy away because of appearances - everything here is great - from bread to onion soup to all there steaks including steak tartare. Don't forget the profiteroles
This restaurant was recommended to us when we were dining in a high end restaurant in Miami.When we got there the front window was boarded on two sides, and it looked as if it had been so for some time. The inside was dated and a bit 'grubby'. The wine was great; the mussels were fantastic but when it came to the entree it was a disaster. My husband order the special of veal chop, which was pretty boring, but when the check came it was also $58! Twice the price of any other entree. We had not been told how much it was when the specials were told to us. I had the liver, which said sautéed. It was covered in a soggy sort of coating, and the underside was burnt. You could not taste the liver. We had three very small glasses of wine, shared an appetiser and main and the check came to $128. No we will not go back and I would not recommend it to anyone.
Always a great experience - onion soup, trout, steak tartare, salmon, filet mignon and profiteroles!! Go if you can
Great service and delicious food!!!
We visit this place every time we are in Miami. If you like French cousin, you must visit this restaurant!!!
Was looking for / had heard of a bistro experience and found a pretty exciting french menu trying to satisfy typical american appetite. Way too large plates and portions lost the quality of the chef efforts. Also, you cannot “not have” a Beaujolais on a french bistro which is on the wine list. Highlight of the night was i) our server Carlos Gorn who was attentive and sharp, and ii) the profiteroles dessert which was also huge but lights-out good.
Best French in town. David provides an amazing service!! Actually both do. Best stake tartare in town and beyond
Fantástic. But most special of all was the service: WOW!
Always great food and service. .
An amazing resturant. One of our favorites!
Great food. Very attentive staff.
Best Caesar salad I've had in ages.
Salmon and trout dinners were excellent.
Felt like I was in a bistro in France.
Food is amazing. Had the lamp chops, mussels, salad with goat cheese and trout. Everything was delicious. Service was excellent
Petite Rouge never disappoints!
Consistent classic French cuisine with additional wonderful daily specials. Always delicious!
Great food as always.
Petit Rouge is a reliable good restaurant, offering good French bistro food and service. Because it is small the noise level tends to be higher than you need for an enjoyable meal... Nevertheless, it is worth visiting it again and again !
This is probably our 10th time at Petit Rouge, which we love for its genuine French menu and its wonderful service. It's tucked in between a Chabad center and urologist's office, which makes it such a delightful misfit along Biscayne. I saw somewhere that PR isn't "child friendly", which might be true if you've got a couple of active kids or fussy eaters, but our five-year-old is always remembered by name, gets treated like a genuine customer (which he is, after all) and he loves chatting in French with them, which is a delight to see. The food is bistro/brasserie staples, expertly done, with very adroit picks for daily specials, and it's always full, which speaks volumes.
First time, good stuff. Not French all the way as you can get other dishes. Not fancy, not big, but good food. We will be back.
The mostly French main menu is very good and the daily specials are always interesting. I had one of the best bolognese ever as a special. It's my "go to" spot and I miss Neal, David and Carlos when I'm away for the summer. This is clearly the work of an owner/chef and staff who like what they do.
Great food in an unlikely place