Great food ...outstanding service... beautiful environment, what else could you ask for? This is a must go to Bistro
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If you visit or live in Miami you get use to bad, uninterested, bland, uninvolved service people. Peacock fits that bill. However, it is worth it because the food does not disappoint. The specials are always a great gamble and the brunches are fabulous. By...More
They have live music on the weekend its great. The food is good for lunch or dinner. Very low key very cool setting.
Excellent very fresh food, perfectly executed dishes, in a charming garden setting and a perfect service! Portions are well sized. We tried the burrata 25 tomatoes and the tuna tartare, then the grilled tuna Asian flavors and the short-rib ravioli.
With a lush tropical setting and restful pastel interior, this is the perfect place for relaxing after shopping and exploring Coconut Grove. The menu is nothing fancy, basically burgers, pastas soups and salads, but they're nicely prepared and attractively presented. I had a delicious if...More
Thank you for taking the time to review us, Michael. We strive to offer all of our customers a 5 star experience and we're sorry that the service wasn't up to par. We hope you come and visit us again soon!
The soup and bread were nice but the pear and blue cheese salad and wedge salad were awful. A few crumbs of blue cheese and the pear was just sliced including the stalk, not nice. Both salads would take little effort to prepare. We chose...More
We're so sorry to hear about your experience. We strive to offer a 5-star experience and are saddened that this wasn't the case with you. We hope you come and give us another try sometime soon.
Atmosphere and jazz music is great and that’s about it. Service is slow and non attentive. Food is just ok , both of our stomachs were bubbling after the meal plus is very expensive for what you get. The bread pudding nauseating sweet. Very deceiving....More
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We had seen Peacock Garden featured on the Emeril's Florida TV show. He was right to recommend it. The maître d' was friendly and accommodating, the menu was interesting and diverse, the city garden atmosphere was relaxing, and the food was quite good. My husband...More