Azur – Key West


Address: 425 Grinnell Street, Key West, FL 33040

Phone: 305-292-2987

Key West - Azur - Sign-1

I have been to Key West numerous times but this was my first visit to Azur. The family originally wanted to go for lunch or dinner but after reading the breakfast menu we decided to we wanted to try out the amazing sounding French toast, fritattas, and Benedicts.

On a Tuesday morning we were easily able to get a table for our party of 6 people. There is indoor and outdoor seating available, we chose indoor to keep cool.

Our waitress was very accommodating and attentive. She was very patient with our large party.






Key West - Azur - Key Lime Pie French ToastKey Lime Pie French Toast – $10.75

A couple of items popped out on the menu but ultimately I chose the Key Lime Pie French Toast as I felt it was something you couldn’t easily get at other restaurants outside of Key West. The description states “Texas Toast, grilled in vanilla custard, key lime pie, wild berry compote”. I suppose I was thinking it was going to be more of a stuffed French toast but what actually arrived were 4 pieces of French toast along with 2 slices of Key Lime pie all topped with the berry compote. It was very tasty but quite rich and much more than I was expecting to get. Luckily everyone at the table wanted to try some so nothing went to waste.


Key West - Azur - Brie and Mushroom Fritatta

Brie, Herbs de Provence, Button Mushrooms Fritatta – $8.95

Another item ordered at the table was one of the fritattas with brie, herbs de Provence, and button mushrooms. It came with Ciabatta toast which was soft yet crunchy and very delicious, I could easily eat a whole loaf of it. It also had a grilled tomato which paired nicely with the frittata. The fritatta itself was quite large, easily shared, with mushrooms throughout and brie melted on top.

Ultimately I recommend ordering 1 plate per person and sharing as there are numerous dishes that you will like and want to try.


One thought on “Azur – Key West

  1. …I am certainly very impressed by the professional review about the Key West restaurant Azur written by Michelle Smith, MS, RDN, LDN in her site “Appetite for Life — Secrets of a Dietician”. She certainly tickled my tastebuds and urged me to try items she reviews.


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