What do you get when you cross Miami's most beloved and creative pastry chefs with an innovative expert on savory stuff? You get a Miami win. Bachour Bakery + Bistro just opened and is already serving lunches that are both delicious and gorgeous. Chef Henry Hané is in charge of the savory side, and his dishes include gazpacho ($9), which is made creamy with olive oil powder and garnished with edible flowers that provide a fresh bite. It's vegan, but you'd never know it. A slaw consists of a rainbow of fresh veggies on a bed of carrot-ginger purée ($14), and a smoked salmon tartine ($17) is garnished with roe, crisp capers, and egg snow in a tribute to the iconic lox and bagels. The only warning is to save room for dessert because Antonio Bachour's creations are simply out of this world. A one-person mojito cake ($7) starts with mint cake and lime mousse, topped with Bacardi rum gelée. There are also macarons and Nutella croissants and freshly baked bread to take home — everything almost too beautiful to eat. Get over yourself and demolish these exquisite offerings. This art was meant to be viewed — and then consumed.