Restaurants in Miami

Restaurants in miami The cultural influences that characterise Miami have resulted in a culinary scene that is entirely its own. Floriddean cuisine is a blend of Caribbean, Latin and US flavours which can be found in homes and restaurants all over the city.
As can be expected, the so-called Capital of Latin America has a wide selection of Cuban, Dominican and Colombian restaurants, many of which borrow from other styles to create unique fusions of flavour.
The city also boasts a wide selection of eateries cooking cuisines from all over the world including Asian, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Aside from Latin food, however, restaurants in Miami are perhaps best known for their seafood offerings.

Restaurants in Miami


Address: 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami
A stylish eatery serving mouth-watering high-end Asian cuisine.

Joe's Stone Crab
Address: 11 Washington Avenue, Miami
Offering some of Miami’s finest seafood, this culinary institution has served everyone from Al Capone to Jennifer Lopez.

News Café
Address: 800 Ocean Drive, Miami
Serves mouth-watering café food in a relaxed setting with superb oceanfront views.

Palme d'Or
Address: 1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables
A glamorous restaurant in the Biltmore Hotel serving Nouvelle French cuisine.

Red Fish Grill
Address: 9610 Old Cutler Road, Miami
A seafood restaurant located on the edge of a saltwater lagoon – perfect for a romantic dinner.

Señor Frog's
Address: 1450 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
A trendy, vibrant eatery popular with a younger crowd that serves delicious Mexican fare.


Address: 17624 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach
A popular Mediterranean eatery serving innovative and exciting cuisine to the masses.

Address: 3555 SW 8th Street, Miami
Self-proclaimed to be the world's most famous Cuban restaurant, it serves some of the city's best Latin cuisine.

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