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Acerca de The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Estilo de comida:
Latina / Española, Tapas / Botanas, Española
Horas de operación:
Sun-Thurs 6pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 6pm-12am
Código de etiqueta:
Rango de precio:
De $31 a $50
Opciones de pago
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Acceso para silla ruedas, Almuerzo de fin de semana, Asientos en la barra, Banquete, Bar / Sala pública, Bar completo, Cargo por descorche, Cervezas, Menú sin gluten, Mesas en el exterior, Para no fumadores, Promoción nocturna, Restaurante bar, Salón privado, Trae tu propio vino, Variedad, Vinos, Vista, Zona exterior para fumadores
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The Bazaar by José Andrés South Beach calificaciones y reseñas
Unfortuneately, we are a "snobish/spolied: group of interenational "foodies"/NYC/French/ Blah's trying to experience the José Andres SLS(I have also been in the F&B Hospitality industry worldwide since 1992) experience during spring break. We were a group of 9 (connoisseurs if you will, both in food and wine) coming from the VIP of the tennis matches and most were impressed whereas I working from from inside of hospitality running such places in NYC as Lotus/Bungalow 8, and several other mentionalbles, I know all the tricks. We ordered the 125 pre set menu, we understood the 18% grat included for parites of ++, when the bill was delivered, we requested it be divided in 2(believe me we never really care about price we care about quality). The server brought (and I do not drink so I wish they gave me the bill to sort out as I have been a GM of such places) 2 separate checks two copies each with the GRAND total and the included gratuity on a spearate bill for BOTH signees. Very confusing and easy in chaos to take advantage of especially French decent. I only learned of this after the fact a day later but had Iknown at the time, as a GM in hospitality an with the connections I do have in Miami(worldwide) I would have made a proper claim... Not cool. Ambience was what is was given the time we chose to dine there, so we were cool with that even thoough we showed up elegant and with class (25-60 range in age of cultural fashion designer elegant educated clientletel) on time and consumed good wine on top of the tasting menu... The perfect ideal demographic... I now have a bitter taste in my mouth sadly. Sorry
I booked this restaurant for to celebrate my wife's 31st birthday. Immediately upon entering we were immediately disappointed to find out there was some kind of music festival directly out side the back doors of the restaurant. Needless to say it felt more like a nightclub rather than a fine dining experience. The restaurant was flooded with drunk/drugged 18-25 year old people who were mostly half naked. Not the romantic dining experience you would expect from such a high caliber restaurant. None of this was mentioned to me when booking my reservation knowing the fact I was booking a birthday dinner. On the the food. My wife and I are very great cooks as well as passionate foodies. We can appreciate the high cost of dine dining when it has food that lives up to its value. Needless to say this was not the case. We had maybe 1-2 dishes we really liked but the rest were very pretentious and did not live up to the hype. After what turned out to be a $300 bill we left the restaurant hungry. One positive I will say about the restaurant is the bar was good and the bartenders were very attentive. Needless to say we will never come back to this restaurant and will more than likely avoid the south beach area altogether next time we want a find dining experience.
Unfortunately, it was the Ultra weekend so South Beach was crazier than usual and what should have been a nice dinner became an inconvenience because it was too loud to be at the main dining area and even though there were tables available at the bar area the hostesses made us wait over a half hour to sit there. The bar and wait staff did a much better than the hostesses. The cocktails were great. The food was touch and go. Some dishes were nice, others were disappointing. If you want to go for the scene, it's fun. I wouldn't go for the food. I'm sure Jose Andrés himself would agree he can do better than this. Perhaps there's a disconnect with the kitchen execution?
A very interactive and knowledgeable waiter picked a series of tapas for the four of us. Each was complex in flavors and textures, and richer, more interesting, and beautifully displayed than we would have guessed from the menu descriptions. Our second time here, and again an exquisite dinner.
My husband said he had the Best Double-Cut Veal Chop in his entire life here and that is a big statement as we travel often and eat out a lot in Atlanta 😊 The wine was excellent and all the food fabulous. It is a must when you are in Miami SoBe .
A celebration of a special birthday became spectacular. The host was able to alter the menu so that we could enjoy the dinner. He adapted the food having it taste exactly the way it was meant to be, excluding shell fish and meats.
Our waiter "Javier" was terrific. This is the second time I had dinner at the Bazaar and still look forward to having dinner there again.
This is a winner!
I thought our waiter was pompous and rude. I was not pleased that they at us in front of the doors to the outdoor bar because every time the doors opened it was freezing. I have dined all over the world and I have never been talked down to before until here. The food was incredible but the staff needs to improve.
This restaurant is- in a word- perfection. From the service, to the amazing food, to the divine cocktails, a first-class and innovative dining experience. I had the Passion Fruit Up cocktail, which was heavenly- sooo good. We started with the Kueh Pai Ti, which is a Singapore street food bite featuring peanuts and shrimp in a crispy shell. It is one of the most complex and interesting bites of food I have ever had- sublime! We also had the Iberico Sliders with piquillo pepper, alioli, piparra- the most delicious sliders I've ever had, I wish I could have eaten a dozen! We had the Not Your Every Day Caprese which featured super flavorful tangy tomatoes and liquid filled mozzerella - so cool and yummy. Also the Yellowtail Hamachi with olive oil yogurt, grapes, radish, crispy rice. I don't love raw fish, but this was to die for. My husband LOVED the Bone Marrow with Caribbean white truffles, florida citrus, capers. I wasn't a fan of the texture- just a personal preference- but the flavor was amazing. Our dessert was the Smores Chocolate cake- which featured flaming liquor in a chocolate cup balanced on a marshmallow on top of the cake - the chocolate melted and slightly charred the marshmallow before flaming out. The result was the most luxurious smore imaginable. Delicious cappuccinos and we were done- a most excellent meal! FYI- For a normal adult appetite, you will need more courses or double portions for two people for most of these- perhaps except for the Sliders and Kueh Pai Ti, which are shareable.
Exceeded are expectations! We truly enjoyed are dinner and the friendly service we received. I also sincerely appreciated the manager introducing himself and making sure we enjoyed are visit. We will highly recommend this fine establishment
From the moment you are seated to the point of leaving, you are involved in the restaurant in every way. The waiter was able to give us great direction on what to order. Every bite was exceptional. Presentation and service were spot on, as one plate finished the next one was around the corner. Could not of asked for better timing of the food. It seemed that someone thought about the course selection and gave us the best possible bite to bite itinerary.
By far a place that you have to go to at least one..
Favourites were the coffee cuban skirt steak and the fish in paper, but the Squid ink pasta is surreal when you take your first bite.
We always come here and it never disappoints. It is expensive but it's the flavour combinations that when put into the mouth are stimulating. I would recommend some dishes but the menu changes seasonally. The olives, the bone marrow, the Japanese peaches. Great wine selection that is moderately priced and ask for Alex the server. We've had him twice and he's amazing with a great recommendation for wine.
My boyfriend and I made a reservation for the bazaar after seeing how beautiful the dining space was in SLS. The server was the best I've ever had (shout out to Marty) and gave us recommendations based on the types of food we wanted. The pork belly sliders, steak, chicken croquettes, coconut curry, rice and shrimp cups, and the deconstructed key lime pie were all out of this world. Highly suggest everything, you can't go wrong. The table side sangria was also a big plus.
I WAS NOT AWARE THAT THE MENU IS TAPAS STYLE . MEANING YOU SHARE SMALL PLATES NOT JUST ONE PLATE PER PERSON . THE PLATES DO NOT COME ALL AT ONCE ITS ONE AT A TIME SO MY DINNER WAS 2- 3 HOURS LONG . THANKFULLY I WAS IN NO RUSH . IT WAS AN DEFIENTLY AN EXPIRIENCE .
AMAZING!! Selected The Bazaar, located in the SLS Hotel, for dinner with two friends based upon various reviews online and I'm so glad I trusted other diners' opinions.
Starting with our drinks, we ordered a speciality cocktails to start the night off, including two salt air margaritas and a jasmine margarita; they were very tasty. Although we didn't order any bottles of wine, the wine list looked very extensive and I did order a glass of Tempranillo at the beginning of our feast that I very much enjoyed.
As for the food, it was so good. The menu was full of various tapas; some Asian inspired, some locally inspired and some true to Spain. We ordered a little of everything (twelve different tapas) including dessert and with each plate it just kept getting better. The plates that were most memorable to us were the Kueh Pai Ti, the Dragon Fruit Tuna Ceviche and the Jamon Croqueta. However, the other plates we had were just as delicious. As for dessert, we ordered deconstructed key lime pie and smores chocolate cake. Both were out of this world.
A few other items of note: The noise level is a little high, particularly where we were seated which was basically a through-way for people headed from the hotel lobby to a club in the back. Next time I visit, I would ask to be seated more in the middle of the room. Be sure to make reservations. We made ours a few weeks prior to our visit and I'm glad we did because the restaurant was packed. Plan to order 3-4 tapas per person and definitely share.
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