About Pied a Terre
Top Rated Restaurant in Miami Beach in many sites Trip Advisor, Fodors, Yelp! Located in the Cadet Hotel on 17th and James Avenue, Pied a Terre's intimate setting has 11 tables seating up to 30 (42 for private parties) people. We also offer an outdoor dining area for table of 2 to larger parties of 45. We serve contemporary Mediterranean/ French cuisine in a fine dining atmosphere. No cream, very little butter, no flour nor cornstarch in the sauces that are only reductions, Everything homemade from fresh products.
Our menu changes 3 to 4 times a year. We offer a tasting menu, and a la carte menu and special promotion menus in summer.
Our Wine Spectator Award (2013/14/15/16) wine list features 320 international and domestic selections. We can accommodate any dietary requirements or personal preferences.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Mediterranean, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Reservations: Tuesday - Thursday: 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 6:30pm - 10:30pm - Sunday 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Closed Monday and Sunday
in anticipation of Miami Spice in August September...we offer you in June and July our
"SUMMER DISCOVERY PRIX FIXE MENU AT $39.00++"
AN AFFORDABLE WAY TO DISCOVER OUR CUISINE...
This menu is available every day except Monday as we are closed.
The menu is available online and will change regularly..
Cross Street 17th and James Ave.
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Most Fridays and Saturdays, we feature live soft jazz, pianist-bassist
We can cater outside of our premise different functions
We recommend our guests to use Uber, Lyft or similar companies to avoid a costly and some times difficult parking situation.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Business meetings, small weddings..
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Pied a Terre Ratings and Reviews
We made our reservation on Open Table. When we arrived, they did not seem to have our reservation. They accommodated us and gave us an outside table overlooking the pool. We were the only table in the pool area. We ordered appetizers and main courses. The grilled octopus appetizer my have had has tasteless. I had the foie gras as an appetizer and it was good. For a main course, my wife had the bronzino which she enjoyed. I had the squab and foie gras which was not edible. It was rare and very stringy and tough. The waitress took it back to cook more. I was not able to eat it when she brought it back since I was so turned off by my first bites of it. The manger did remove this item from my bill. The wine was good at the restaurant, but expensive for the amount they poured. I would not return to this restaurant or recommend it to anyone visiting South Beach.
Wonderful food at Pied A Terre. We chose the tasting menu, with paired wines - some very lovely tasting combinations. The service didn't quite live up to the food for such a gourmet restaurant - in particular, the tasting menu dishes felt like a race to the finish, with plates taken away the minute the last mouthful was taken, and the next dish served within minutes. A little more leisure would be fine - and we asked for a break after the third course. That said, the food lives up to all promises, so as long as you're happy to make your case for a little more leisure, then it is very much worth it.
Excellent! Sampled the four foix gras -wonderful. Duck and cod mains were beautifully prepared and tastes sensations! Two great bottles of wine from an unusual list with variety and depth. Fabulous service and music from a wiz kid pianist! Wow! What a great evening. We bought four chargers -beautiful! Thank you!
Our go-to restaurant when in Miami. Celebrated our 20th Anniversary and enjoyed the tasting menu paired with delicious wines. Everything was perfect. Sonja, our wonderful waitress, was so nice and attentive. This is a great restaurant to enjoy quiet conversation and fine dining.
first & foremost, the quality of food was excellent. The preparation exceeded our expectations and clearly rivals the finest of French culinary experiences...and the casual ambiance erases any form of pretense. I’ll certainly return on our next visit to Miami.
Excellent food in a great setting. An obnoxious maitre d' insulted the food choice of one of our group members, and then a server spilt two drinks on me, breaking two glasses and soaking my jacket. The staff retreated and I was left to work out how to get the sugary liquid out of my jacket. Nobody apologized, although at the end of the dinner we were told that one desert was complementary.
The food was quite good but not the best we've ever had. The foie gras is exceptional, but the squab was a little undercooked. The service was attentive but a little curmudgeonly. That seems to be their brand. Competent old-school French Canadian cuisine served in a somewhat stuffy dining room by aging European waiters.
Restaurant is a real gem. Very quiet, beautiful and refined. Food is excellent as is the service. If you like foie gras this is the place for you. They have it 4 ways or a sampler of all 4 which is what I had. Fabulous. The duck and cod was also excellent. Wine lust is quirky, well curated and fairly priced. Staff is very knowledgeable
Wow! Really there are no other words to describe what an experience dining with Patrick and his staff was. We had the tasting menu and chose to pair wine with our courses and could truly have not been happier with everything from beginning to end. Our courses ranged from foie gras that was perfection, to branzino that could not have been cooked better. I chose lobster for my main course, kind of silly since I'm from new England but the consomme was delicious and like nothing I have ever had before with my lobster. I used the owner Patrick's name because by the time dinner was over (sad) we felt like Patrick's friends. If we are ever in Miami again this is number one on our list to return to.
This is now my favorite spot in South Beach. So beautiful and serene and nice break from the craziness. The food is spectacular with the best ingredients. Highly recommend the Truffle risotto made with celery root instead of rice, amazing. The sea bass and scollops were delicious and so well prepared. Excellent place
The best FRENCH gastronomic restaurant I have tested in my 7 years in Miami. It is a nice combination of FRENCH flavors in a quiet and elegant restaurant. The quality of the menu is generously commented by the owner Patrick who will also help you to choose a nice wine in a large but accessible wine list.
110% recommended, price is totally accessible compared to the standard of Miami.
Not excellent, not at all. This is one of the most disappointing restaurants (read: broom closet) in Miami (if anyone pays attention at all.) First, there is no chef—just a few fry cooks who are taught how to meal-prep twice a year by a real chef flown in from France. Second the tasting menu is an underwhelming disaster. Third more than one of the staff has a communication deficit. They have ONE waitress, who does her best to stay afloat in her second language. Avoid at all costs—take a risk somewhere else.
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