From hearty breakfasts and weekend brunch to homemade pastries, Marché Burette is the restaurant & gourmet market of your dreams. Step back in time at the grocery and wine shop featuring gourmet products from French Farm, Savannah Bee Co., Pelican Bay, Peterbrooke Chocolates, Nancy’s Candy and more!
Marché Burette located at The Shops of Omni Amelia Island Plantation is the French-style market and deli of your dreams. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or a late afternoon snack, this adorable little shop features a delicious menu as well as a wide selection of groceries, kitchen items, one-of-a-kind gifts, craft beers and wines. After enjoying a freshly made wood-fired pizza, salad, sandwich or wrap on the outdoor patio in the sunshine, peruse the fresh meats and cheeses at the deli; the array of desserts, pastries, chocolates, candies and homemade ice cream flavors; and selection of Peet's Coffee drinks.
The staff wasn't the best but the food was good. The gourmet store had some nice treats as well. The overall facility that accommodated hotel guests and others as well was a nice feature
Expensive but worth it
This is a lovely place by the water. I have eaten here several times and I have never had a bad meal. This time I had the ham and Gruyere sandwich and broccoli salad. Delicious!
Adorable spot for brunch by the water. Sitting on the patio, shade and sun available. The ladies working were doing a great job but clearly understaffed. Brunch tower was yummy but beware of it needing to sit just right on the slated tables or it topples over. Friendly service. Drinks offered as refills to go appreciated. Turkey, apple, Brie panini …was on toasted bread was delicious! Would return!
Best breakfast and lunch on the island. Went everyday was never disappointed. Friendly staff bake goods make your mouth water.
Really Poor Service
Really Poor Service! On Thursday we had a table for five to lunch at Marche Burrette. The server was very pleasant but she was not trained properly . Though she was trying very hard to take care of us still she mixed up her orders repeatedly missing or delivering the wrong items. The checkout was excruciating. It took about 45 minutes and three different versions of clarification to get our bills correct. We felt very sorry for the server as she was trying to be very pleasant, but there was no doubt she had not been trained properly. She should have had someone shadowing her to assist her to be successful. We were not offered “Trainee” prices for our lunch as my cup of soup and cup of broccoli salad were $23.54. This was before tip. Many of the women at the table had checks of more than $25 each so you can see why I was very concerned with this poor service from the Omni .
And high prices should make you look for another choice off property.