Find out what Barbecue restaurants to try in Pinecrest. Pinecrest is an affluent suburban village in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States of America. The population was 18,223 as of the census of 2010. Pinecrest is governed by a five-member Village Council and operates under the Council-Manager form of government. 33156, the zip code that encompasses all of the village, has been consistently ranked as one of the most expensive in the United States.
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4 based on 935 reviews
Great experience, laid-back atmosphere, sitting is shared in large wooden tables which makes it possible to interact with other customers, service provided by Jill was outstanding, food was a little bit cold but excellent. Would go back again and recommend. Restrooms need work and were a bit on the dirty side. Make sure to search on their website for coupons, they offer them from time to time. Only pet peeve is that you have to âprintâ the coupons which are not accepted by just showing your phone. Incredible, the restaurant needs to work on that, very weird at this day and age demanding a printed piece of paper!!!
4 based on 112 reviews
We always have a great time when we visit this place. We live by the area and Flannigan's is definitely our go-to-spot for late night food and drinks. They not only have affordable drinks and food, they also have amazing staff that would take care of you. If you love chicken wings, their chicken wings are definitely a must try. Make sure to save some room for dessert as well, try their brownie bonanza for those of you with sweet tooth.
4 based on 148 reviews
A trip to Grill Argentino Kendall is the perfect opportunity to indulge in some serious feasting - including sampling some of Argentina's legendary steaks. Argentinean people have a reputation for their love of food, it's no surprise our social gatherings
The worst service ever. We declined the alcoholic beverage and really treated us as second class citizen. It was Ricon Argentino before and I do not remember it being that bad. The food was horrible, the worst milanesa ever. Never offer to refill our sodas or waters and when we asked they seemed bothered. They were more interested in watching the soccer game on TVHello Miguel, We are sorry to hear about your negative experience. Our staff is not trained to make customers feel guilty for not ordering alcoholic beverages. We will make sure to communicate your experience with our staff and make sure that this doesn't happen again. Warm Regards,
4 based on 41 reviews
Gyu-Kaku is a restaurant transplanted from Japan serving what they call Japanese barbeque. Each table has a grill embedded in the center and course after course were delivered for the diners to cook themselves - after following carefully given instructions; everything cooks quickly. The Shrimp & mushroom ahijo (lots of garlic) were delivered in a small cocotte which was set onto the grill to cook. Shrimp as tender as ever. Next was the spicy tuna volcano - the best course of the night for me - tuna tartar on very, very crispy rice. The servers actually arranged the portions to spell out Yelp! How fun.Next was a thankfully small portion of Garlic Chicken noodles. A bowlful of satisfyingly thick and tasty noodles. The harami in secret pot is a cut of beef placed onto the grill til done, then the servers used scissors to cut portions. Peppers were grilled alongside the meat. This dish was tasty but disappointing as diners have only chopsticks and the portions were too large and thick to be a single bit. We ate them anyway!So-called sukiyaki is the restaurant's version of the Korean national rice dish, bibimbop. Teeny pieces of meat and mushrooms were mixed into a sweetish rice. Very good. We finished with their famous kalbi short rib (another Korean favorite). Served with a platter of vegetables, diners grill this on their own. Dessert is Lady M's green tea mille crepe with ice cream. This is a concoction of many thin crepes layered with a green tea pastry cream (we were told mousse, pastry cream makes more sense) served with green tea ice cream (must eat at every Chinese buffet). Hmmmm, the texture of the pastry cream was interesting. And who is Lady M.Service was great. The atmosphere pleasant - the conversation covered the loud music. Give it a try. I'd like to try to Brickell restaurant, closer to home.
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