France isn't known for its vegetarian-friendly food. Neither is Miami. But la cuisine française with a meatless twist is an unlikely pairing that has found a cozy little love nest in the Roads. Founded by a family of French immigrants, Eden in Eden is a labor of love; its je ne sais quoi stems from brightly colored accents, French flags, and Eiffel Tower imagery. Instead of heavy French standards, the menu offers avant-garde, vegetarian takes on European tradition: baguette sandwiches ($8.50), quiche oignons ($9), crepes fromage ($9.50), and the timeless croque-monsieur ($8.70). Father Eusebi, mother Monique, and son Nathanael Guillaume happily serve these cruelty-free French favorites — artfully prepared salads, soups, sandwiches, fresh juices, natural (made with champignons) coffee, croissants, and sometimes vegan crème brûlée. Charming French accents come à la carte. Bon appétit and vive la France.