Tabernia de Ignacio

I love Wednesday nights. I never know what might happen or where we might end up. Tonight we were stuck up in Hialeah and Todd had selected this nearby place which he passes regularly, a little Spanish place that we really enjoyed. The food was superb. We both had fish and I had a garlic soup… oh I do love that garlic.  And the dessert, Catalona, was mmmm mmmm good.  The staff was friendly and helpful and there was salt on the table, sadly no cloth napkins but on their own the servers did continue bringing us paper napkins.

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if this place was in the neighborhood I would return often

Cafe Roval

A new and upscale Yummy place by the people who brought you soyka.  Just a few doors down off Biscayne near 51st street.  The loveliest back garden, the most interesting building, the yummiest grouper.  I have nothing bad to say and I can not wait to go back.

http://caferoval.com

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5808 NE 4th Ct

(786) 953-7850

Phuc Yea

http://www.phucyea.com/menu/

7100 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL — 33138
(305) 602-3711

so worth it.  Best to go with a few people so you can order more and share. There was nothing not to like about this place.  In a what used to be possibly a hotel we were seated around the corner up a flight of steps and to the back.  it felt right.  nothing usual about anything we ordered, yet nothing so unusual that we were off put.