Cafe Nikki opens at South Beach

A charming and eclectic space beneath sprawling trees and twinkling bistro lights, Cafe Nikki features a mix of South of France Pastries and croissants are baked daily in a Pavailler oven imported directly from France, and served with Alain Milliat marmalades and juices from Lyon. Cafe Nikki will be open this Friday, 21 Aug 2015 at SoBe. This serene cafe features freshly brewed coffees and teas, house made pastries and croissants, imported jams and marmalades plus breads prepared by Miami’s favorite artisan, Zak the Baker. It will be open Monday-Saturday from 9AM til 4PM. Here is more information about Cafe Nikki :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

“Hard to believe, but Nikki Beach is getting into the French café game. Really. You’ll find it in their courtyard area. And it’s all sprawling trees, towering bookshelves, cushioned couches and suspended wicker swings. Just a charming little spot to while away the afternoon, pretending you’re in the South of France. Minus the France part. They’ve got coffee and tea, sure. But also juice imported from Lyon. And a Pavailler oven from France baking croissants and pastries, like the kiwi-topped custard tart. Which might work for a quick afternoon snack in between meetings. But if it’s shaping up to be more of a lunchtime rendezvous with a friendly face, look to some Zak the Baker bread paired up with smoked-salmon quiche.”

 

According to New Times :

“This little French cafe serves light breakfast and lunch fare like coffees and teas, croissants, quiches, pastries, European marmalades, and Zak the Baker bread in a charming courtyard filled with greenery at reasonable prices. And by reasonable, we mean reasonable. In other words, how does a muffin or a cookie for one dollar sound? After perusing the menu, I seriously had to confirm the pricing with a rep for the cafe. She replied in the affirmative, adding, Café Nikki was truly created for the local community. We wanted an accessible menu that had something for everyone within a comfortable environment. If you’re looking for something a little more filling, a quiche made with salmon cured in-house or Florentine quiche is $5 each; a fresh fruit and Greek yogurt parfait is $5; and a basket filled with two slices of Zak the Baker bread, butter, cream cheese, and assorted jams is $3.” written by Laine Doss.

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.