Seven Great Chefs for Seven Great Hotels
Good restaurants infuse hotels with glamour and appeal.

Chef Phillippe Ruiz
La Palme díOr
The Biltmore Hotel
1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables

The Grande Dame of Hotels houses one of the best French restaurants in South Florida. At the stately La Palme díOr, chef Philippe Ruizís superb cuisine is paired with the talents of pastry chef Michel Chiche, and sommelier Sebastien Verrier.

Chef Clay Conley
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel
500 Brickell Key Drive
Downtown Miami

The sumptuous five star-hotel with the awesome view is the right spot for Azul, and an ideal setting for chef Bernsteinís outstanding cuisine and beautifully presented dishes.

Chef Frank Randazzo
The Gaucho Room
St. Moritz
The Loews Miami Beach
1601 Collins Ave., South Beach

Off the lobby of the historical St. Moritz Hotel, adjacent to the Loews, The Gaucho Room is an architectís fantasy of a mythical Argentine hacienda. There, chef Frank Randazzoís passion for haute comfort cuisine expresses itself in luscious dishes with South American-inspired twists.

Chef Matthias Raditz
The Breakers Resort. Palm Beach

Chef Raditz rules over all of the grand hotelís busy culinary agenda, and infuses itís seven restaurants with his high standards of haute gastronomie. At LíEscalier, impeccable service, and chefís Matthew Sobonís creative cuisine, enhance a most elegant old-world setting.

Chef Johnny Vinczencz
Astor Place
Astor Hotel
956 Washington Ave., South Beach

In the quaint Astor Hotel, Johnny Vinczencz has found an outlet for a stunning creativy. Maturity, simplicity and intense flavors best describe his stylish and delicious cuisine.

Chef Alice Weingarten
Aliceís At La-Te-Da
1125 Duval St. Key West

At the delightful and quaint Key West inn, chef Weingarten raises up a storm. Her knowledge of ingredients, her culinary talent, and her passion for food, unfold in impeccably executed delights.


©2001 The South Florida Gourmet
Home | Privacy Policy | About Us | Contact Us
Site Design By:
All Design Services