My wife and I often eat breakfast at Le Bistro when we're in Key West, so this review is confined to breakfast at Le Bistro, which is the restaurant side of Croissants de France. The setting is outdoors, on a raised deck, and our favorite seats are in the back next to a fountain under a huge old Spanish Lime Tree. Portions are large, so consider splitting an omlette or a galette (a stuffed buckwheat crepe), or the baguette with brie - the latter could serve as an appetizer for 6 people, but we split it and take some brie home. They also do a credible fruit bowl. Prices are a bit high, but not unusually so by Key West Standards. Service is outstanding, particularly if Ramiro is your waiter. Other reviewers will have to speak to lunch and dinner, but given the quality of breakfast, I suspect the other meals are also very good.
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