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Posted on Fri, 05.30.2008 @ 16:37It has the feeling of the great Hotel Russie in Rome. You can start with the Burrata or the Vitello Tonnato, go on to either the Risotto or one of the great pastas and finish with the beef tenderloin with Foie Gras or the great Veal, after a dinner in this magical place the decerts are afterthoughts, sit back and enjoy it.... Read more
Posted on Fri, 05.30.2008 @ 16:11I think that this is the best of the chain, great Cuban food which is getting hard to find since a lot of the new chefs are non-Cubans, but when I want good Ropa Vieja this is worth the drive... Read more
Posted on Fri, 05.30.2008 @ 15:48Miami.com brought me here and I'm very glad. We had a terrific selection of Sushi and Sashimi with Korean beef, it was great and the killer was the bill, great value for high quality, we don't venture south much but this one good reason to do so.... Read more
Posted on Fri, 05.30.2008 @ 15:40have eaten at Nobus in London, LA, NY and now Miami and they are all excellent, the rock scrimp, the monkfish and the Toro Hagashi are terrific with a Matsuhisa Martini and don't forget your American Express.... Read more
Posted on Mon, 03.24.2008 @ 21:12disagree with the critic, this should be a 3 star, the food is always good, the salmon is always fresh, good service, order a proseco, great for a lazy Sunday afternoon brunch... Read more
Posted on Fri, 03.21.2008 @ 17:05good quality meats and cheeses with a wide selection of Argentinian wines
Posted on Fri, 03.21.2008 @ 17:01Come here on the last Friday of each month for Little Havana”s "Cultural Nights". Live music, art gallery openings. I recommend the Tapas; you can order 2 per person and a bottle of wine (any Rioja will do). The Flamenco dancers will get you going. A lively place where you wont need your passport... Read more
Posted on Fri, 03.21.2008 @ 16:46if you like full bodied reds at reasobale prices try the Malbecs from Argentina. You can find a Luigi Bosca in the $50s
Posted on Thu, 03.20.2008 @ 17:23steady good food, great bar, good Margaritas, a good hangout place, reasonable prices for South Beach.
Posted on Thu, 03.13.2008 @ 08:27one of the first good places on Lincoln, steady good food, good wine selection, great people watch on Sunday afternoon
Posted on Thu, 03.13.2008 @ 08:22the whole family works here, good food, great service and you have to finish your meal with their famous coffee, the lemon chicken is good
Posted on Wed, 03.12.2008 @ 16:01Rome meets Miami, good Burrata, good wine selection, service can be a challenge on a busy night.
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 18:02nothing flashy here, good home cooking, generous portions at mid-prices
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 18:00great food, large portions, solid wine list, good service, worth the ticket
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 17:56slightly bettter home food than Versailles, good service, local clientele
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 17:52good food at good prices with plenty of noise, the real Cuban Bistro, good people watching too.
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 15:02agree on Bin 18, but also try Perricones where you can buy your favorite bottle and enjoy it with a light meal.
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 14:47very consistant, excellent daily specials
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 13:59a little bit of Nice on a lazy afternoon,
Posted on Tue, 03.11.2008 @ 11:48good food, good service, a good addition to an area with little on the upscale category