Plethore et Balthazar opens at Hilton Bentley South Beach

Plethore & Balthazar is a place with its own special character which prides itself in offering a pleasurable experience and striving to satisfy every one of its customers. Whether it’s a girls’ afternoon tea break at 04.00 pm, an after-work drink with tapas, an original lunchtime meal or a romantic dinner for two, Plethore & Balthazar, South Beach will make sure the challenge to delight its clients is met. Customers will enjoy an exclusive, yet warm and welcoming atmosphere where they can feel at home. Designed as a real place of escape, Plethore & Balthazar sees their mission as giving everyone the chance to enjoy the small wonders of gastronomy thanks to their fine delicatessen and wine cellar, as well as their selection of a la carte dishes and wines. Here is more information about Plethore et Balthazar :


According to Urban Daddy :

“This place comes to you from a French maître restaurateur who opened the original in Lyon. And he’s transformed the old De Rodriguez dining room into an edgy bistro with leather walls. But they’ve got plans for black-and-white-houndstooth chairs and graffiti columns drawn up by local artists soon. Textbook Miami. Goes without saying, but you’ll want to come here for an impression-making meetup. Lunch. Dinner. Either one will work. First, situate yourself next to the glass-enclosed wine case. Then, order the “Casa Lucio” Revistados to share. That’s a 64-degree egg and warm ibérico ham served with mashed potato and chips. Followed by a 14-ounce prime New York strip steak and Maine lobster thermidor.”


According to Eater :

“The menu features a mashup of classic French and Spanish-inspired cuisine from executive chef Diego Amat Lopez, who helped open the original location of P&B in Lyon. Expect to see dishes like steamed mussels, paella, lobster thermidor, steak and ‘frites’ and the Florida-inspired Key Lime Pie. The space has gotten a revamp since its De Rodriguez days, courtesy of French interior designer Raymond Morel, with leather walls, graffiti columns and whole lot of black and white houndstooth print.” written by Olee Fowler.


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