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La Brochette Bistro

2635 N. Hiatus Rd.
Cooper City, FL 33026
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  • Sun 5:30pm-9pm, Tue-Sat 5:30pm-10pm
  • $$$
  • Beer/Wine
  • Free, Lot Available
  • Required, Reservations Accepted
  • Call restaurant to order/pay, Curbside pickup
  • Wheelchair accessible, Takeout
  • Dinner
La Brochette, opened in March '93, may be located out in East Jabip (read: Cooper City), but regulars happily trek there for chef/owner Aboud Kobaitri's European-by-way-of-Lebanon style, as evidenced by the preparations of fresh fish flown in daily, dainty lamb chops, skewered shrimp, escargots, and wild game, all presented beautifully with flourishes of fresh herbs and sauced in butter, key lime, and chipotle; rubbed in spices; or draped in exotic blankets of wild mushrooms, pomegranate seeds, or pine nuts. The place is old-fashioned, old-world romantic, from the flickering tapers on every table to the Frenchman who comes around to recite the specials. Go with the specials, but don't miss the cracked conch steak appetizer or the white chocolate bread pudding for dessert.

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