A visit to our house is a unique way to relax and enjoy life's simple pleasures as well as our treasures from the sea. The word Bagatelle comes from ... More
A visit to our house is a unique way to relax and enjoy life's simple pleasures as well as our treasures from the sea. The word Bagatelle comes from the French and means "a trifle or a little nothing", often referring to a light, fun, yet not too serious spring time romance. The French brought their history of fine cuisine and their love of wine to the Caribbean Islands. It is in this tradition that we have combined our French heritage, southern hospitality and the indigenous tastes of the Florida Keys into the meals we prepare today. Our chefs blend the best of our locally caught fresh seafood, fresh produce and delicious tropical fruits for our tropical seafood dishes.
This place was the highlight of a recent 5-day Key West vacation. My mouth waters every time I think of the special I ordered -- parmesean encrusted grouper in a sun-dried tomato sauce with rice and vegetables. I usually don't even eat baked fish, but this meal was probably the best one I've ever had. Ambiance was great, too. (Note to summer travelers: Sit inside, not on the deck, when it's really warm out. We saw several parties request outdoor seating and then ask to change.)