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About Boulud Sud Miami
A vibrant celebration of the sun and the sea. Chef Daniel Boulud’s Mediterranean concept, Boulud Sud, features a coastal menu inspired by classic dishes from the Côte d’Azur Spain, Italy, Greece, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Turkey and beyond. Join us for fresh seafood, Mediterranean dips and tapas, refreshing salads, pasta and more.
Miami, FL 33131
Mediterranean, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Thu 6:00 pm–11:00 pm
Fri, Sat 6:00 pm–12:00 am
Mon–Fri 12:00 pm–2:30 pm
SE 4th St. 3rd Ave.
$50 and over
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Met 3 Garage, $8 for 3 hours with restaurant validation
(One block away, located above Whole Foods. Entrance is on SE 3rd Ave between SE 3rd ST and SE 2nd ST)
Parking Validation with Hotel Valet:
Lunch & Happy Hour $5
Dinner, Monday - Thursday $10
Dinner, Friday and Saturday $12
Conviently located off either Knight Center or Bay Front Park Station on the Metro Mover.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Boulud Sud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s vibrant Mediterranean-inspired restaurant featuring flavors that travel the entire Mediterranean region from the shores of Southern France to the coast of North Africa and beyond.
Boulud Sud Miami Ratings and Reviews
I'm sorry to have to write this as I know and love Daniel. Maybe a makeup call is needed. The lobster was over cooked. The timing was awful. The wine pairings were timed all wrong; some times 10 minutes before the food and some times 10 minutes after. For example the dessert came and it took 15 minutes for the wine pairing to come so we just ate the dessert. All in it was just terrible. Service, food, timing, everything was off. What a shame that such an amazing chef is judged by the last thing her serves.
Great Ambiance, however the Risotto was a bit bland, the lamb was definitely not seasoned correctly, salad was drenched in dressing, not very appetizing. I felt the service was OK but I ordered a cappuccino and it never arrived. The best part of the night was the desert. good desert. Probably would not go here again, I wasn't completely pleased.
Service was not very good. Wine got to our table as we were about to have our entrees, server forgot our amuse bouche although we asked 3 times. Finally brought it out after entrees. Had trouble getting a hold of him the whole night except when it Came time for the check. We finished dessert and he immediately dropped the check although we were not finished with our bottle of wine. Food was mediocre at best.
This is a renovation of the old DB Bistro! The food is no longer french but, more Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and some Italian all mixed in! I can't say I'm wowed by the need design, not that there was anything particularly wrong just not exciting We were showered with attention by the Maitre d, who explained all the in's and out's of the new menu, making suggestions along the way! All very nice, but then no waiter came by for a good 20 minutes?? Then, they got some of our order wrong, but the food was actually very good. My husband's pasta appetizer, the orecchiette, was delicious, our Mezze platter was outstanding! The Lamb chops were okay, the Skirt Steak which I shared with a friend was flavorful but cold. All in all, we really liked the food but, the service was very uneven, which I hope they smooth out as they settle in!
We had been to Daniel Boulard's DBModern several times, always enjoyed. We wanted to try the new evolution and it is outstanding. Excellent in all ways. Our server Gabriel and manager Christoph made excellent selections and were appropriately attentive, on time, and knowledgeable.....and fun. We had the octopus, heirloom tomatoes, Bronzino, and chicken tanginess, all were excellent. We usually do not have dessert but he selections looked great so we tried the chocolate cube and ice cream and enjoyed these very very much. We will be back
I had eaten at the old DB Bistro and wasn't that impressed so was hesitant to try his new restaurant. I am glad we did as this place wasn't pretentious French food. It was authentic, delicious food with a Mediterranean flair. Chef Daniel Boulud has done a great job with this restaurant. The prices are reasonable and not out of line with any other quality restaurant in the Miami area. We had artichoke and short rib appetizers and they were delicious and different. Main course we had the lamb chops from the grill and the chicken tagine which were both tender and very flavorful. We had wine and cocktails as well as a dessert and coffee. The chocolate fondant dessert was exquisite, light yet rich. Perfect end to a wonderful dinner. Will definitely be back. Our waiter was very knowledgeable and fun, not like the stuffy waiter we had when we went to DB several years back. Many of the wait staff are from the original DB but seem to have adapted a light attitude to accompany the food. Highly recommend this place
Wonderful experience from start to finish. Grilled octopus was a fantastic way to begin the meal, and the Greek cab Christoff suggested was unexpected and delightful. We both loved our entrees and devoured dessert. Our server Gabriel was incredibly knowledgeable and well-paced through our meal. As noted, the manager & sommelier Christoff was a wonderful host.
The restaurant was good but not great. The food was quite good but the space was lacking in personality--your typical garishly decorated Marriott lobby feel. It would be quite worthwhile if you are staying in the hotel or in the neighborhood--good food, good service, convenient--but I'm not sure I would bother returning given all the compelling choices in Miami. Again, everything they did was fine, i.e. food and service, but it just didn't have any energy (at least at 7:00-8:00). I applaud them for having good food at a J.W.Marriott.
Overall the experience was very good. At the beginning the service was a little bit slow. But then it got much better. I guess the waitstaff are listening to our conversation about the service. So they are listening and are willing to provide you a good dining experience , so for me that’s a plus. The food was very good. My ossobucco was delicious and so is my partner’s steak. The flat bread was excellent. The cocktails are divine. Thanks for a very good evening.
Truly spectacular; from the moment you arrive until your very last bite, an exquisite experience. There was nothing on that menu we didn’t want to try, and everything we ordered was delicious: the mezze, the flatbreads, the tagines, ossobucco, the branzino, all the sides... all to die for. And the service is excellent, they don’t miss a beat! Super nice, prompt but never rushed. Just great. We are definitely going back!!!
Boulud Sud is a great new addition to the Miami food scene, with a Mediterranean menu enhanced by local ingredients. Our server Rafael was exceptional, dancing that fine line between friendly and intruding, and always with a smile. The entire staff demonstrated a warm, energized, sincere hospitality. They're rightfully proud of their new venture as everyone was smiling. Food has layers and flavors with wonderful ingredients and beautiful presentation. Hanuah knows her wines and takes delight in introducing her favorites to you. I'd let her choose my wines every time! Although I didn't go in, the bar was packed and lively but didn't look so crowded that you'd be five deep trying to get a drink. It was clearly the place to be on a Saturday night in Miami. Some minor wrinkles to be worked out with a new restaurant but a clear five-star experience. Well done and good luck, Boulud Sud! I look forward to my return.
It is not often that I take time to write a review, but this newly opened Mediterranean restaurant deserves acclaim. It is a balanced blend between coastal French, Moroccan, Spain, and Italian cooking with whimsical presentation. The entire staff was prompt, knowledgeable, and detail oriented. The flavors were multi layered without being heavy or burdened, which made every dish feel fresh and healthy. The sommelier is a joy and very helpful. The overall experience was wonderful.
Went 2 weeks ago for soft opening and was a "10". This time food not as good. The artichokes, which last time were to die for, this time were greasy and chewy (and kind of gross). The hummus platter was boring. The shrimp on bread was bland. The salad with grapefruit and avocado was OK. The pumpkin agnolotti was pretty good but EXTREMELY rich (best to eat one or two and share the rest. Osso Bucco was perfect and different.
Service and ambience quite nice. Good change from the old restaurant.
The new menu of the restaurant that used to be called dB Bistro Moderne is bigger and gives more choices. The food, which is basically French Mediterranean, including some with a Moroccan taste, is delicious and creative. The service, as always, is superb. My friend and I shared a number of smaller dishes. The ones I liked best were the carrot volute and the pate with romaine lettuce leaves topped with varied delicious garnishes in a delicious dressing. The restaurant’s menu is very similar to the restaurant of the same name across Broadway from Lincoln Center.
We truly enjoyed dining at Boulud Sud. So much so, that we visited twice while on a brief getaway in Miami! The food, service, and setting were all exceptional. The menu is inventive and balanced, and we enjoyed a variety of different dishes, resulting in a very individualized dining experience. Both times!
The entire staff is highly professional, attentive, and very welcoming. Our server on both occasions was Jovana, and she helped us work our way through the many great choices on the menu, and she offered some excellent recommendations. Christoph, the general manager, is a very engaging and hospitable host.
Thank you, everyone at Boulud Sud, for a great addition to our trip.
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