I was surprise when I saw the size of the restaurant, very elegant decor, made us feel like we were attending a private upscale dinner at a friends house. It has this quiet atmosphere, intimate and romantic. The service was outstanding, our waitress knew exactly when to show and how to make our experience unforgettable. we went for Miami Spice and the food was perfectly cooked, right temperature and amazing presentation.The wine menu was good. I recommend this place for a romantic date or special occasion time. I would say that due to the size of the restaurant, to make a reservation will be a must. I had the Grilled Octopus salad ( Octopus was deliciously tender). As my main entree, the Grilled Swordfish (excellent) and for dessert i chose the Limoncello Ricotta Cheesecake, it tasted good but it was not my favorite part of the whole meal. I also add the wine pairing special for $15 more and it was a good decision because the selection was exactly perfect. A super cute little restaurant hidden inside the JW Marriott, Miami Florida Note: The restaurant validated our parking ticket therefore parking was complimentary....It was a great end to our night!
We had dinner at this very small and private restaurant at the JW Marriott in Brickell ave. food was excellent! We had great crab cakes, carpaccio, and the duck. Everything very delicate and tasty. The atmosphere is excellent, very well decorated and good for a quiet business dinner or a romantic one. Service was excellent, Elitza did a great job. Valet parking was very good and convenient. A very good experience. We will be back!
Wonderful burgers and great snapper. Nothing to dislike... The hotel rooms dont have much of a view..but that doesnt matter
For our Valentines day prefix menu, Immediately we found it odd the server recommended the filet mignon (that she pronounced phonetically) be ordered medium well. Since we're not learning disabled, we requested medium rare. Sure enough, it came out medium well, if not really well. Later, logic led us to the conclusion all the food was pre-cooked and reheated. The third course involving truffle appeared to have lots of truffle, but zero truffle taste, but a more powerful odor and taste of very chlorinated pool water. We chose the wine pairing only to find the first three courses were served with the exact same Prosecco. One of those Prosecco paired courses was wagyu beef. I'm no sommelier but not a great match. It was edible, but nothing great to say about the place. Not exactly what one would call fine dining.