Miami Spice: Bagatelle Miami’s Global Dinner

The Cuisine du Monde (CDM) is a monthly global epicurean series at Bagatelle Miami Beach, in which the chef creates a menu inspired from different countries. June was Morocco; July was Greece created by Executive Chef Matthieu Godard. Photo by Jipsy

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The Cuisine du Monde (CDM) is a monthly global epicurean series at Bagatelle Miami Beach, in which the chef creates a menu inspired from different countries. Photo by Jipsy
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July was Greece and what is more classic than a glass of Ouzo. This sets the mood for what’s to come. Photo by Jipsy
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A perfect spread mainly created with ricotta and truffle paste gets the taste buds going for this Greek experience. Photo by Jipsy
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Starting off with a nice Horiatiki Salad, made with a crunchy lettuce, herloom tomato, Kalamata olives, red onion, cucumber, oregano and topping this fresh salad off is crispy feta cheese. Photo by Jipsy
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The monthly global epicurean series at Bagatelle Miami Beach, Cuisine du Monde (CDM) brought Morocco in June and Greece in July. For the months of August and September, Bagatelle will be offering its Miami Spice menus paying homage to the brands South of France roots.
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The Ixtapodi, charred and grilled octopus over roasted pepper humus parsley with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil was part of the starts on the Cuisine du Monde. Photo by Jipsy
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One of the main courses is a light Mediterranean Dorade A La “Plancha” served with smoked eggplant, spanakopita with ouzo-saffron tomato coulis. Photo by Jipsy
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The three course meal of the monthly Cuisine du Monde experience is $59 (or $89 with a wine pairing). It returns in October after Miami Spice. Photo by Jipsy
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Another choice in entrée is the classic Chicken Souvlaki. This Greek spiced marinated chicken skewer comes with tzatziki sauce over grilled pita bread. Photo by Jipsy
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While this classic Chicken Souvlaki is no longer available, don’t fret, the Miami Spice menu is just as delicious. With an inspiration of the South of France, a couple of choices from the entrées on the menu include Moules Provençales and Filet Mignon de Porc. Photo by Jipsy
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Greek Donuts, also known as Loukoumades was a nice ending to a Greek meal. Topped with honey syrup, toasted walnuts and candied lemon with olive oil with ice cream. Photo by Jipsy
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For the trendy high end crowds, the Bagatelle Miami is a hot spot for pre- party dinners or those seeking a lively atmosphere with a live DJ and a mix of a Euro-chic decor with pop-art adorning the walls provided by Opera Gallery. Located at 220 21st Street in Miami Beach, reservations are strongly suggest. Photo by Jipsy
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