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Il Gabbiano is an impeccable Italian restaurant serving delightful dishes along with exquisite wine from their impressive French and Italian wine selections. Though it is pricey, the service and food will make you feel pampered, making it worth the money spent. With beautiful views of the river and a cozy atmosphere, this elegant eatery is ideal for a romantic dinner with your beloved.
Located on Lincoln Road, Juvia a striking location on the rooftop of a parking building. Views of the rooftops over Miami Beach, the sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean and the twinkling lights of the city will take your breath away. There is an outdoor bar and dining area as well as an indoor dining area. The decor is sleek, with amazing touches of amethyst. The cuisine is described as French-Japanese-Peruvian, and the chefs come from France and Korea. Some of the specialties, like the Hamachi Espuma (yellow tail tuna in a citrus marinade surrounded by a spicy foam) are especially worth trying. The wine list and cocktails are unique, and all of the ingredients are fresh. Make reservations, as it is always busy.
If French cuisine is what your palate craves, then Pied à Terre will surely appease. Nestled within South Beach's Cadet Hotel, this French restaurant opened its doors in 2011, and quickly rose to become one of the best in the city. The menu features a contemporary take on traditional French recipes, retaining the typical Mediterranean flavor while blending in something new. Freshly caught seafood cooked in various sauces is a sure winner here. An extensive wine list is available to complement your food. Give your meal a sweet finish with a delightful dessert.
Located in the Sanctuary South Beach hotel, Ola restaurant is very welcoming with soft lighting, fresh flowers in vases, an array of lit candles on the broad marble parapet. Visit for dinner, when you're feeling and looking like a million bucks after a re-vitalizing time at the Sanctuary Salon & Spa. Apart from the standard menu, guests are faced with the choice of cuisine from selections such as Brazilian, Argentinian, Spanish, which are served in different months. Whether you opt for a tuna taco or smoked marlin, lamb or crispy pork don't miss 'da bomb' for da dessert.
This elegant but cozy restaurant off Collins Avenue, has a small bar with a nice selection of wines and beers, a dozen tables, and an inviting couch that covers one side of the dining area. Indonesian food is a fusion of other Asian, Portuguese and Dutch cuisines, but has a flavor all its own. At Indomania Restaurant, this flavor has been captured well. The menu, though small, is authentic and includes the famous rijstafel or rice table: a mound of white rice surrounded by chicken in coconut milk, hard boiled egg curry, cucumber pickled in sweet vinegar, beef stew in a sweet molasses-like sauce and a large, crisp shrimp cracker. Appetizers are delicious and desserts are light and refreshing.
Do not be deterred by the crowd milling about on the sidewalk, Cafe Prima Pasta has proven itself well worth the wait time. As the name suggests, the cafe specializes in homemade pasta. Although house made pastas are the main attraction, the expanded menu includes more meat and fish choices. Fresh tomato sauces are superb. Both indoor and outdoor seating are available.