Designed by Architect Pierre-Yves Rochon, Le Jardinier’s light-filled interiors combine retro-glam with a modern aesthetic indicative of The Miami Design District.
The contemporary space features one-of-a-kind, custom-made black and white marble walls and floors, marble tables, metal chairs, and eye-catching light fixtures.
Accents of greenery are present throughout the restaurant to match the vegetable-driven menu, including.
A vertical garden as a focal point on the back wall.
Seat black marble sits off to the side, with circular accent lights behind the glass shelving.
Located in Miami’s Arts District, Le Jardinier has the feel of an indoor garden, with green-marble walls and floors and a vegetable accented-driven menu of French recipes to match.