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1111 Nikkei Izakaya

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Enjoy fresh seafood, sashimi, nigiri, and rolls at 1111 Nikkei Izakaya -- a Japanese-Peruvian restaurant in Pinecrest, FL. Our skilled chefs draw upon the techniques of Japanese cooking paired with fresh, Peruvian ingredients to create an authentic dining experience from start to finish. Our high-end restaurant offers a space to grab a drink, settle in, and get comfortable. By selecting the freshest ingredients and employing precise culinary techniques, we create truly unique dishes that rotate with the seasons. Whether you're joining us for lunch or dinner, you'll be sure to find that a meal with us will be one to remember. Book your reservation today! [read more]

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Carrot Express

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It was not an easy start and after many failed businesses in different industries, Mario decided to go after what he was really passionate about: cooking simple and healthy dishes but with a lot of taste. After a few hits and misses, Carrot Express was born on the inside of a gas station on Alton Road in South Beach. Suddenly amongst South Beach residents, a buzz started to go around... have you tried the food at the gas station on Alton Rd.? It is amazing! Since then we began a never-ending journey to provide our community with delicious and healthy food. We pride ourselves on offering a creative and extensive menu based around natural, high-quality ingredients combined with a fun, comfortable, and relaxed environment. [read more]

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Daily Bread

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Daily Bread is a family-owned and operated Middle Eastern restaurant and marketplace located in Pinecrest, Miami. Serving customers at the same location since 1978, Daily Bread offers delicious food made fresh daily with a full menu available for delivery, takeout, eating-in or catering. As a marketplace, Daily Bread also has a variety of specialty products and delicacies from around the world — including Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Greece, Israel and more, right here in Miami. Here you can find several ingredients and culinary staples from packaged goods and spices to dried fruits, fresh yogurts and sweets. [read more]

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Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop

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Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop is a family owned South Florida based bakery specializing in pies, cakes, cheesecakes, cookies and one-of-a-kind desserts. We bake everything in-house, using fresh, locally-sourced, high-quality ingredients. [read more]

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French Bistro - Argentinian Steakhouse

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Of French, Italian, Spanish, Greek and Uruguayan descent, this Argentine family landed in Palmetto Bay to continue with the legacy of Daniel González "Our Grand Master and Friend" to satisfy all his clientele. Cristian comes from a gastronomic family, it can be said that he was born between pots and pans, and after 14 years in aeronautics he took his own flight to return to his passion and controls down to the smallest detail that each dish is a unique and unrepeatable work. Melina, with the help of her three daughters Azul, Abril and Alma, is an eternal explorer and adventurer, helping by contributing to each dish her knowledge acquired while traveling the world as a graduate in tourism, making it possible to know her through food. a little more about the culture of each country. All thanks to Corina, Melina's sister, for her unconditional support, this is a family that wants through their dishes, especially those of Argentine cuisine, to make known to the community all their traditions, folklore and typical landscapes, always handmade with love. [read more]

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Malanga Cuban Cafe

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A hairy, brown tuber may seem an unlikely namesake for a restaurant, but it made sense to Melissa and Tony Vias, who intend their 8-month-old Malanga Cafe to satisfy Old Cuba yearnings. “In Cuba, the old folks used to solve every problem with malanga,” says Tony Vias. “Ulcer? Smash up boiled malanga with milk. Stomachache? Make malanga soup.“ You don’t have to be Cuban to enjoy this charmer, but you may need to check your Cubanics app to decipher the expressions painted on one wall. Le ronca el mango, for instance, which translates “It snores the mango,” is slang for “That’s just too much.” The Cubanisms share wall space with patrons’ autographs, a tribute to La Bodeguita del Medio, a restaurant-bar in Old Havana where Ernest Hemingway, Nat King Cole and others left handwritten messages on the walls. Malanga may be the name, but the cafe is really all about the pig. Marinated, barbecued, roasted, shredded — you can go whole hog here. Literally. A 14-pound suckling pig is spit-roasted on the patio every Saturday. A whole cochinillo, roasted or stuffed with congri, can be pre-ordered ($135-$165). It’s not just the atmosphere that evokes an earlier era. Croquettes (ham, chicken or chorizo) are handmade. Corn is ground by hand for the house-made Cuban tamales. The velvety malanga soup is prepared fresh daily. Ambience: Black-and-white Cuban photos, including a poster-size one of fame bandleader Benny Moré, add to the atmosphere, as does the old-school Cuban music. The small dining room with rows of wooden tables covered in lime-green cloth and topped with white butcher paper can be crowded on weekend nights, so it’s smart to make reservations.- Jodi Mailander Farrell (Miami Herald Food Critic)10/19/2011 [read more]

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