Miami: Heaven for Your Taste

Miami: Ideal for Everyday Food Fest

Miami is a haven for culinary expertise – tempting and definitely craved for.

Start your day with some café con leche, eggs, potatoes, ham and Cuban toast at La Carreta for just $4.00 and add up some fresh fruits from El Palacio de Los Jugos. Best selling are tropical fruits like nispero, papaya, carambola and mamey.

Few blocks from the Modern Art Museum is La Loggia, an Italian Bistro, serving traditional dishes like Chicken Parmesan, sandwiches and salad together with their seafood special. Price ranges from $8 to $14. You’ll find Stoupsy’s Grill at SE 1st St, serving gyros, Greek salad and fresh grilled chicken especially on weekdays to mostly office workers. The ‘South Beach Diet’ is also popular.

If you are looking for perfect family dining, go for the exotically decorated, the Melting Pot. Some cheese course starts the meal, after which enjoy fondue dipped with bread and fruit. The attendant prepares the fondue from your chosen ingredients. They have wide variety of seafood available although it might be a bit expensive.

Samurai, located in Pinecrest at the Falls, serves food just like that of Benihana’s. It is one of the local favorites. Dave and Busters and Gameworks offer expensive dining. Let the kids enjoy pinball and arcade games while others finish their meal.

Dining at Johnny Rockets gives you the ambiance of the 50s. Enjoy meals, with fries, some toppings and milkshake while the kids could go music tripping on the jukebox. It has been their tradition to make smiley faces of ketchup when serving to kids. Waiters also display their names and hometowns on their nametags.

For a $10 budget, try Suchi Bento at downtown Miami. The meal includes gyoza dumplings, a choice of pork or chicken katsu, miso soup, salad, vegetable tempura and shimp entrees.
If you are on for some meat and vegetarion version of mid-eastern food like tahini, stuffed grape leaves and hummus, try the Habibi Grill. The restaurant is new but the food is really good. While Premo’s make Cuban grilled flat Sandwiches with an American twist. Chips and drinks are included on their meals.

The best-kept secret of the River Oyster Bar is pork sandwich on a brioche bun deliciously sauced with smoky meat. Indulge to your choice of freshly shucked oyster, tuna tartare and grilled mahi sandwich served with rosemary potato crisp.

The Jamaican Café caters to everyday specialty like oxtail and jerk chicken while the Gourmet Carrot with spinach-tuna melt and some freshly squeezed fruit juices.

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