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
The food here is fantastic and our server, Josh, made our experience all the more wonderful. He was friendly and very knowledgeable about the menu. He gave us great suggestions based on our dietary preferences and service is so accommodating that he told us several times that if we don't like something they are happy to take it back no problem.
Everything is amazing about this place! Food is an experience in itself! The menu is unbelievably creative and presentation second to none!
And I must say that the overall staff island service is almost equal to the food!
One of Miami's Best!
Food is innovative but not overwhelming with competing tastes. The waiter, Javier, was very knowledgeable about the menu. Twice he told us that something we were thinking of ordering would not go with the other tapas at the table. That was much appreciated. Eating here is a culinary experience.
Our experience at The Bazaar by José Andrés was truly spectacular. My wife and I were in Miami for a few days of rest and relaxation and had both heard very positive reviews about this place, so we decided to make a reservation to dine here. I must say that our experience was spectacular and it all started with such amazing service by out waiter, Martin. The menu was filled with a variety of great options and there were many plates that caught our attention so we decided to ask Martin his recommendation on plates where we had difficulty choosing between a few. The food was truly amazing and every single option that we had was an adventure filled with many different flavors blended beautifully. Our favorite dishes that we ordered were the Kueh Pai Ti, the Twenty Vegetable Quinoa Couscous which were vegetarian friendly, as my wife is a vegetarian/pescatarian (is this even a word?). I also decided to try the Cuban Coffee rubbed Churrasco and was not disappointed in the least! Definitely would recommend to others, and the bar scene also seemed like an amazing place to come grab a drink and a quick bite and to people watch as this restaurant is located in the SLS hotel, which is also home to the Hyde Night Club, so many interesting characters will be constantly walking by.
The food was very good and creative with a good mix of traditional Spanish tapas with touches of Asian, Cuban, Peruvian, etc flavors. We had the tuna cones (tiny), stone crabs (awesome but expensive), octopus (excellent!), patatas bravas (good), piquillo (peppers) with goat cheese (delicious but small), escalivada (seared eggplant, and peppers, onions and tomatoe), and short ribs (ok ). The service was good while the restaurant wasn't busy but spotty as people started to come in -we had an early reservation and by the time we left, the place was full of people. The restaurant is in the back end of the lobby or main floor, and people stroll through to get to the bar and pool area outside. It's a bit distracting but the place did feel cozy!
This is the best restaurant in Miami. Truly number one and second to none (perhaps Bazaar Mar in Brickell is as good). The managers, Marlon and Jacob, excel in making you feel special. Food is beyond outstanding with complex favors. The scene is lovely. Definitely a restaurant that competes with NYC standards. My favorite in Miami!
Let me say, the service was amazing. Our waiter was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable, and he picked most of the things we tried. He really made our evening. The food is obviously very unique and we enjoyed everything we tried. We Especially loved the pork belly sliders, dragonfruit tuna tartare, and skirt steak, and lemon merengue dessert. The only thing that I was disappointed with was that we were seated basically in the lobby, not the main dining area. When I asked why, I was told it was due to the dress code. The dress code said casual elegant and specifically said men- no open toed shoes. So the gentlemen in our party were wearing dress shirts and shorts with loafers. We could not sit in the main dining room bc they were wearing shorts. They would have gladly worn dress pants had we realized the real dress code which was not listed
Valet parking ($35.00) should be complimentary when you spend 388.00 dollars on dinner for two , music needs to be lowered, to much walking traffic next to my table.
Food was creative and excellent quality but to pricey.Wine is 4 to 5 times retail.
Once is enough.
The restaurant is in the SLS hotel. The design is soothing and romantic, and the table configurations is comfortable. The concept is small-plates with emphasis on latin american preparations. We ordered 5 plates for the two of us and everything was inventive and delicious. Wine is quite pricey. Expect to pay $100 per person.
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