Green Gastronomy

French, when used as an adjective, imparts extraordinary characteristics to ordinary words like bread, press and kiss. Eden In Eden French Café follows suit by applying it to something you’d never believe: vegetarian cuisine.
Text by Rony Mo Photos courtesy of Eden In Eden | June 4, 2018 | Lifestyle

Those that follow meat-free diets in Miami are often subjected to meals made from randomly assembled sides — or worse — haphazardly prepared dishes by confused chefs. The Guillaume family knows their plight and answered with an eatery named Eden In Eden that was created for vegetarians by vegetarians trained in classic French techniques. Starting with their Organic Carrot Ginger Soup will end with you whispering love poems into an empty bowl. Following it up with the difficult to pronounce, but frightfully easy to devour Friands A La Saucisse, or flaky sausage rolls, might have you muttering you can’t believe it’s not bratwurst. To end your meal, break all the rules with the help of the mischievous Chef Monique who veganized the unveganizable Crème Brûlée, their signature dessert; 1248 SW 22nd St.; 305.244.2840;