Sushi in Coral Gables.
We stopped in at OBBA for lunch. I was with family who had been there before and liked it. We ordered too much and enjoyed every bite. the presentation was exquisite and the experience delightful.
I was especially taken by the phone charger they provided at the table. i never knew such a thing existed.
Yes, its a book store but the Cafe is great. Its a must visit if you are in the gables, tho he also has locations at the Arsht Center, on the Beach and a few others. Sitting on the Patio in the gables, enjoying a great sandwich, coffee and a really good dessert, surrounded by books and good people. I love it here.
Coconut grove for lunch. Love this place.
The food is good but the atmosphere is why i go. Sometimes I just want to eat in the garden and this is one of the few places in Miami where one can do that. The bonus being the food is good and you take a walk through the Grove afterwards. It can feel like wind tunnel outside and they are pretty strict about not serving dinner items at lunch.
2889 McFarlane Coconut Grove
Absolutely loved this place. Hidden away ay 10 SW South River Dr, Miami, FL 33130, in a lovely apartment building this odd shaped hidden gem is worth the trip.
The service left a little to be desired but if you are tired of the same old place come here. We didn’t know to order the paella, I’m telling you to order it. it’s apparently what they are known for.
We dipped the MOST DELICIOUS BREAD in our shrimp and garlic sauce.. and needed nothing else.
10 SW South River Drive Miami, Florida 33130
305 324 1111
4802 NW 7 St, Miami 33126
Hidden in the back of shopping center find this charming little restaurant with very good food.
We had a wonderful steak and a magnificent Chicken ravioli in pesto
We have discovered Doral and are loving it. This past Wednesday we ate at this family friendly plain old restaurant. What a joy. No style, no theme, just good food and a great looking menu.
Oh yeah, and cloth napkins and an amazing dessert. Unfortunately the salt was too thick to shake from their shakers but they gladly brought me a small bowl.
We shared a 24 oz. Porterhouse which was accompanied by yuca fries ( i would get the regular fries next time) . It came with a sharing size salad with a delicious citrus dressing. The steak was cooked as we ordered it, medium rare, and really tasty. As good as any steak ouse but without the pretentiousness. We also had a mac and cheese which was ordinary and extraordinary and worth ordering.
Then onto dessert… A mug of cookies and cream milkshake , topped with a white chocolate brownie covered with vanilla ice cram.. and the greatest largest start ever.
No need to order dinner, just get the dessert!
This little house with its front porch on 2nd Ave caught our eye as we were heading to Wynwood to seek out dinner this past Monday night. And we are so glad it did. We sat at an adequately sized table for two with the dog at our feet.
I ordered the Short Rib and my companion had an Eggplant Parmigiana. They were both good tho far from the bet we have eaten. The dessert on the other hand was magnificent. I want to say that good food is often all i get expect when i head out to dinner.
This is a lovely cozy welcoming place and i would definitely come back
Let’s talk disco fries and grilled swiss cheese and bacon on whole wheat.