The Bazaar By Jose Andres, Miami
About The Bazaar By Jose Andres, Miami
The Bazaar By Jose Andres, Miami - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 pm - 11:00 pm Details
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The Miami branch of the world famous restaurant by award-winning chef Jose Andres is everything you would expect. The Bazaar has a extensive menu with eclectic influences from local and world cuisine. Located in the Art Deco hotel, Ritz Plaza, the restaurant has two dining rooms. The more casual dining room is the “Rojo” room which is done up in traditional Spanish red and black colours with a contemporary touch. The second more formal room is the “Blanca” dining room, which comprises of cosy sofa seating and a sophisticated feel. The service is quite flamboyant with the presentation of the dishes ranging from elegant to quirky and even outrageous. The food though is lip smacking, as are the cocktails and desert.
The Bazaar By Jose Andres Information
- Reservations are required.
- There are both set menus and a la carte options.
- There are indoor and outdoor lounge spaces.
How To reach The Bazaar By Jose Andres by Public Transport
- Bus Stop- Collins Av@17 St
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Amazing amazing tapas food! A little bit pricey but totally worth it! Around 3 orders per person. Some dishes are medium size so you might get full just order 2 dishes. If you love food from Spain you should try here!!
The menu we found at The Bazaar was incredible and innovative. We were lucky enough to visit during Miami Spice and were happy to see that the menu was consistent with their regular menu. All the dishes we tried were incredible, and since this is a tapas restaurant, our server Johnny's knowledge and recommendations of which dishes complement each other were very welcome. The Cuban Coffee Rubbed Churassco dish was one of the best dishes I've eaten anywhere. The service was excellent as would be expected at a restaurant of this stature. It was quick, efficient, polite and professional. As a result of this experience, I'll be seeking out other restaurants by José Andrés.
The cheesy hotel lobby almost had me turn away from this place. But I’m delighted we stayed for dinner, as every tapa from traditional (Spanish) side of the menu to the modern (world inspired) side were perfection. From the Brussel Sprouts (yeah, seriously) to the Creamy Coconut Rice and the Churrasco. Will definitely come back for more.
Amazing experience, start to finish. I dream about the caprese and tortilla. Everything was delicious and unique without being otherworldly and unpalatable. Don't worry about smaller portions being an issue either. My party left feeling very satisfied. I'm coming back again.
Was given a voucher for a dinner from a prize weekend vacation we won and was organized for us. Unfortunately the restaurant did not want to honor the voucher. We spoke to the manager who also would not honor help any further. It was an embarrassing situation so we got up and left before the meal. So I can say the service was terrible.
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