classics like Four Seasons & Mandarin but sadly enough they are not our particular winners in this city.
When it comes for dinner the options are multiples but if you stick to this list we assure you, you will not be disappointed:
Zuma, yes same branch as London and other cities it is our favorite restaurant any day of the week either for lunch, dinner or the best Brunch in town, especially in terms of value and ambience. A few signature dishes are rib eye with, beef Tataki with truffle dressing, pork skewers, salmon and tuna tartare, mushrooms hot pot, and the sushi is pretty good too.
Hakkasan, yes another London Branch don’t let the location at the Vegas style Fontainebleau hotel keep you apart from the best modern Chinese restaurant of the city and for us the world, not to be missed are the Dim sum platter, Phi Pha duck, wok fried snapper, and Singapore noodles.
Casa Tua, very reliable Italian think burratta with prosciutto, and tagliollini with caviar, it has a private club on the second floor but if you know someone you should have no problem getting inn and it usually has a very nice crowd, so good to see and be seen.
Prime One twelve, for those in search of a really good steak in a very nice ambience. Look no further.
Bond street, if you want a casual night out for a few drinks with the best sushi rolls in town plus some other great appetizers like the tuna pop tarts and lobster tacos. You won’t be disappointed and don’t be scare of their baseman location is kind of cool.
Cecconis, yeap it looks like London is taking over Miami, inside the Soho beach house, its serve the nicest pizzas among other Italian classics with great ambience.
Shake shack, it need no introduction, as good and simple as a burger should be, ideally located for a movie night out across Lincoln road.
Joe’s, and institution for Stone crabs in Miami, I personally preferred the steam killers (Alaska king crabs) come just before closing time to avoid the long wait.
A few others that we should mention too are: Milos, Mr Chow, Setai, Cipriani, Sushi Tony, Nobu, Houston’s, Greek tavern (Ft. Lauderdale area), villa Azure (fun night out, plus good food)
If you want to party after dinner, try the bar on top at casa tua, or the wall (a kind of small disco at the W hotel, good combination with Mr. Chow)
For shopping we will suggest to stick to Ball Harbor shops there you can have lunch at Macondo or Mariposa inside NM, we still don’t understand why everyone keeps having lunch at Carpaccio where the food is less than appealing, just it is to see and be seen but the food is less than average.