While sitting in the romantically lit garden, one forgets that they are in South Beach and feels like they have been transplanted to the South of France where Bâoli all started. With excellent French service, the knowledgeable sommelier picks perfect wine pairings for the food which is divine. The classically European menu is perfectly executed. Favorites include; black truffle risotto, buratta, beef tartar with truffle pommel frites, crab cakes, dover sole served table side, scallops and prime cut steaks.
Executive Chef, Gustavo Vertone, brought on renowned Sushi Chef Fnu “Danie” Armandani, from Nobu. This has been a great addition to the restaurant. Danie prepares authentic Japanese sushi using luxe ingredients including kobe beef, truffle, caviar, king crab and all of the classics of course. The Bâoli Roll was my favorite with kobe beef, lobster, topped with truffled caviar, and was wrapped in pink soy paper. The desserts are also amazing, the platters come to the table with sparklers which make for an impressive presentation and add to the festive scene.
Come to Bâoli for great music, food, atmosphere and on Wednesdays for “My boyfriend is out of town,” for a night full of surprises.
|1906 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139|