The Bazaar By Jose Andres

Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
  • Address: 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
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  • Timings: 06:00 pm - 11:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3054552999
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids, Fine Dining

The Bazaar By Jose Andres - Review

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.

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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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TripHobo Highlights for The Bazaar By Jose Andres

  • The Bazaar By Jose Andres Address: 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
  • The Bazaar By Jose Andres Contact Number: +1-3054552999
  • The Bazaar By Jose Andres Timing: 06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • The Bazaar By Jose Andres Price: Free
  • Best time to visit The Bazaar By Jose Andres(preferred time): 06:00 pm - 09:00 pm
  • Time required to visit The Bazaar By Jose Andres: 02:00 Hrs
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The Bazaar By Jose Andres, Miami Reviews

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  • Awesome experience. From the liquid nitrogen caipirinha to the squid ink risotto, this place is great. There’s a huge menu and it’s hard to go wrong (although our one negative is that last time we went the packet of fish was a unusually bland, nowhere near as good as other visits). The squid ink risotto with shrimp is fantastic. Also a great wine list - we had some beautiful Spanish red wine.

  • Went there for dinner during Miami Spice. Over-stylized, pompous space, but still somewhat pleasant. Our waiter was very good - professional, knowledge and personable. He realized quickly we were not interested in all the BS about the chef, the kitchen etc. He also made good suggestions for menu choices. The food arrived very quickly, not in order. Most dishes were good, in terms of ingredient quality and presentation, but hardly anything was surprising. This is seems like a trendy restaurant from 2010 rather than 2018 - all the foams and LN2 are things if the past, just gimmicks. We did end up being full afterwards - portions were at least not tiny. There is a large amount of staff serving your dishes, and some of them take forever to explain every detail about a dish, it's ingredients, where it comes from, how to eat it. Excruciating. Overall, decent dinner, but nothing spectacular and would definitely not pay full price here.

  • Great restaurant, but please don't go if you want massive portions and doggie bags. This is molecular gastronomy at one if its finest in Miami. The food and service are impeccable. If I may lob one criticism is that the menu has been left relatively unchanged in the last 5 years and I think they are missing that sense of innovation that molecular gastronomy should provide. Regardless, IF you've never been, then you must absolutely go and try them out

  • Came here for the second time. I think I enjoyed my first visit here. Service was great as last time. However, some of the changes they made in the menu was not so great. Overwhelming citrusy taste in some of the dishes. Omoke oyster was good until I put it in the mouth. Cocktails were pretty decent.

  • Absolutely incredible place. The food was just delicious small portions. The breakfast is a bit bigger amount of food. The service is espectacular they have one waitress at the terrace before the pool which is a total peculiar person he made our visit more fun. The best croquetas de pollo you can get in Miami. Great environment and crowd, around 100 dollars bill for 2 people without the tip. Definitely will come back. Recommended 100%

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