Really nicell French corner at the heart of Miami Beach. Good food and prices, and they have excellent service.
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We went for breakfast and tried something like five of the pastries. They were, as advertised, amazing. The egg dishes that we ordered to give the meal some substance were pretty average (and expensive). So, I'd say stick to what they are good at and...More
The food was good; however, very expensive for sandwiches. That being said, everything in this area is expensive. Our lunch came to $60 before tip for 3 adults and 2 kids. No dessert, just sandwiches, 1 soup, and 3 sodas. I had the tuna and...More
After a day of shopping and dining on Lincoln Road, my friends and I went to have coffee and pastries at Paul. I got a strawberry tartelette and a cappuccino. They were amazing. This place is really nice for all kinds of pastries and coffee.
Wonderful coffee and great breakfast choices. Went there 3 days of 6, tried other places - nothing to compare with breakfast outside watching the world pass by.
Already said! We had breakfast there everyday for a week The egg, bread, coffee, juice, service, everything!
We actually visited Paul while we were vacationing in Paris this past summer. I immediately recognized this place and remembered how delicious the pastries and desserts were. There was a bit of a line in the morning so get there early to avoid a long...More
We stopped into Paul during a quick trip to South Beach to grab a snack and it was nice for exactly that. With a case of pastries and breads, it's hard to pick just one or two things to try. We ordered a loaf of...More
Today was my second visit to Paul in Miami Beach. My experience is that the quality of the pastry is better some times than others. I ordered a palmier - which was very delicious- and an almond croissant - which was not as crisp as...More